Waste Management Phoenix Open 2022 odds: Jordan Spieth in the teens off runner-up finish
A quieter weekend at Pebble Beach might have seen Jordan Spieth's odds to win this week's Waste Management Phoenox Open drift into the late 20s. But Spieth clearly found something on Saturday and Sunday, nearly winning the AT&T Pro-Am for a second time.
Still, even after a solo second, you can get Spieth at anything from 16-1 to 20-1 to win at TPC Scottsdale. In five trips to the WMPO, Spieth has three top-9 finishes, most recently a T-4 a year ago when he shot a Saturday 61 to vault into contention.
Brooks Koepka, the defending champion who cashed at 50-1 last year, is at 30-1 to repeat. Jon Rahm is the clear solo favorite at 6-1, while Justin Thomas checks in behind him at 10-1. Hideki Matsuyama, Patrick Cantlay and Viktor Hovland are all right around Spieth in the teens odds-wise.
Here are the odds for every player in the 2022 Waste Management Phoenix Open field.