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Fortinet Championship odds 2022: Defending champion Max Homa the favorite. What a time to be alive

September 13, 2022

Cliff Hawkins

Not too long ago, Max Homa was a struggling PGA Tour pro only known for his Twitter account. He's since become a prolific winner on tour, and this week he returns to the 2022 Fortinet Championship not only as the defending champion, but as the solo favorite to repeat. What a time to be alive.

Most surprising is the fact that Homa is the solo favorite at 10-1 on the DraftKings Sportsbook over Hideki Matsuyama, who is the next name on the odds board at 16-1. That's serious respect for Homa, whose peak Official World Golf Ranking was 19th (he's currently 22nd), while Matsuyama, a major champion, has been as high as No. 2. 

Joining Matsuyama at 16-1 is Corey Conners, who continues to be priced below 20-1 despite having just one PGA Tour win. Maverick McNealy, who finished runner-up in Napa Valley a year ago, is 22-1, along with Australia's Cameron Davis. California native Sahith Theegala is 28-1, and Canada's Taylor Pendrith, a last-minute addition to the International Presidents Cup roster, is 30-1. 

Here are the odds for every player in the 2022 Fortinet Championship field: