Best Bets – Mexico Open Betting Tips 2022

Gary Woodland

The Mexico Open makes its PGA Tour debut this week and the Greg Norman designed course looks like it is made for the bombers.

Best Bet

Gary Woodland ($23)

2019 US Open winner Gary Woodland has been knocking on the door for a while and this is a tournament he looks able to break through in.

Woodland has three Top 8 finishes in his last six starts including a T-8 at the Valero Texas Open on another Greg Norman designed course.

He ranks Top 10 in the field in strokes gained on paspalum, a huge push, while he ranks 14th in Driving Distance.

Mid-Tier Bet

Cameron Champ ($51)

This looks a course for the big hitters and there is no bigger hitter on Tour than Cameron Champ. Champ leads the Tour in Driving Distance while he ranks 19th in Strokes Gained: Off The Tee. He finished 10th at Augusta so playing well enough.


Austin Smotherman ($151)

SMU graduate whose only win on the Latinoameica Tour came in Mexico. Smotherman is a quality iron player who ranks 4th on Tour in Proximity and 18th in Strokes Gained: Approach. Looks a very strong Top 10/20 play.


Top English Player – Callum Tarren ($4.50)

Callum Tarren looks an excellent bet this week to be top Englishman after a season best T-5 at correlation tournament the Puerto Rico Open. Tarren ranks 18th in Strokes Gained: Off The Tee and that puts him in good stead to have a good tournament in Mexico.