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Strong Field Set for Genesis Scottish Open

2022 Genesis Scottish Open Betting Odds

As the British Open approaches, the golf world shifts its attention to North Berwick, Scotland, for the Genesis Scottish Open.  Founded in 1972, the Genesis Scottish Open is held at the Renaissance Club.  Specifically, the course is a par 71 with a length of 7136 yards.  And a total of $8 million is at stake for the prize fund.  Last time that the Genesis Scottish Open was held at the Renaissance Club was in 2019.  Most important of all, a strong field of top names is on the Golf Betting Lines board.

2022 Genesis Scottish Open

When: July 7-10, 2022
Where: The Renaissance Club, North Berwick, SCO
TV Coverage: CBS, GOLF, ESPN+

2022 Genesis Scottish Open Top Contenders  

Patrick Cantlay Finds Form

Namely, Patrick Cantlay will be a popular pick with the sportsbook odds.  Cantlay is ranked 7th on the Official World Golf Ranking.  He is coming off a 13th place finish at the Travelers Championship and was 14th at the US Open.  But a couple of impressive recent finishes have caught the attention of gamblers.  Cantlay was 3rd at the Memorial Tournament and 2nd at the RBC Heritage.  Cantlay’s last win was at the BMW Championship.

Rahm Aims for Return to the Top

Overall, Jon Rahm is 3rd on the Official World Golf Ranking.  Rahm led the OWGR for most of the year before a poor 55th place finish at THE PLAYERS Championship.  Rahm is coming off a 12th place finish with the Golf Betting odds

At the US Open.  Previously he was 10th at the Memorial Tournament.  Rahm was the winner of the Mexico Open at Vidanta.

Justin Thomas Off Poor Performance  

Last time out for Justin Thomas was a 37th place finish at the US Open.  Thomas had won the PGA Championship earlier in the season for an impressive major championship.  Thus, the debacle at the US Open was a shock to the Golf Betting Lines.  Before that US Open flop, Thomas finished 3rd at the RBC Canadian Open.  Thomas is ranked 5th on the Official World Golf Ranking.

Scheffler Sits on Top of the World Rocking a Green Jacket

First on the Official World Golf Ranking is Scottie Scheffler.  Scheffler broke out from the pack as the winner of the Masters Tournament.  He has led the OWGR from that point forward.  Scheffler has cooled off in recent events.  To illuminate, he was 13th at the Travelers Championship and 18th at the RBC Canadian Open.  Sandwiched in between that was a 2nd place finish at the US Open.  Scheffler has other wins at the WGC Dell Technologies Match Play, Arnold Palmer Invitational, and WM Phoenix Open.

Collin Morikawa Off Strong US Open

Last time out for Collin Morikawa was a 5th place finish at the US Open.  Morikawa is 4th on the Official World Golf Ranking.  Before the US Open, Morikawa was in a terrible slump.  To illustrate, he missed the cut at The Memorial Tournament and was 40th at the Charles Schwab Challenge.  Additionally, Morikawa was 55th at the PGA Championship and 26th at the RBC Heritage.  His most recent win was at the DP World Tour Championship.

Cameron Smith Hits the Skids  

In sum, Cameron Smith is ranked 6th on the Official World Golf Ranking.  Smith is coming off a missed cut at the US Open.  Before that, he flopped at the RBC Canadian Open with a 48th place finish.  But Smith has also had impressive wins at THE PLAYERS Championship and the Sentry Tournament of Champions.

Viktor Hovland Seeks to Hit Breaks on Slump 

Viktor Hovland is ranked 8th on the Official World Golf Ranking.  However, he has not cracked the top 17 in his last seven starts.

2022 Genesis Scottish Open CashBet Free Pick 

In this situation, Jon Rahm combines ability and consistency for the best  Golf Betting Lines value.

2022 Genesis Scottish Open CashBet Best Bets

Jon Rahm


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