Betting Odds

3M Open odds 2022: Jason Day, Rickie Fowler in 'longshot' territory


Kevin C. Cox

In 2015, the last time the Open Championship was played at St. Andrews, Jason Day and Rickie Fowler were enjoying some of the best golf of their careers. Day tied for second at the Old Course that summer, then won the PGA at Whistling Straits the next month. Fowler had won the Players in May, then claimed the Deutsche Bank during the FedEx Cup Playoffs.

Fast forward to 2022 and neither Day nor Fowler were in the field at this past week's Open, both sitting at 143rd and 149th in the world, respectively, as they each continue to search for their former selves. For Fowler, this marked the fifth major he's not played in in the last eight. For Day, it was the fourth he's missed in that same span.

This week, both players are in the field at the 3M Open in Minnesota, and both are in what you might consider "longshot" territory. Seven years is a long time, but it's still quite jarring to see how far they've fallen. Day (55-1, DraftKings) and Fowler (65-1, DraftKings) are each at longer odds than the likes of Mark Hubbard (35-1), Adam Svensson (45-1), Nick Hardy (45-1) and Chris Gotterup (50-1), a quartet that's combined for 0 PGA Tour victories to Fowler and Day's combined 17.

At the top of the odds board youu'll find Tony Finau (11-1) as the solo favorite, with Sungjae Im (16-1), Maverick McNealy (18-1) and Hideki Matsuyama (18-1) right after. Chez Reavie, fresh off a victory in the Barracuda Championship, is 35-1.

Below you'll find the consensus odds for every player in the 3M Open field: