The 2022 Open Championship will be underway this week. Rory McIlroy, Jon Rahm, and Scottie Scheffler are among the top golfers expected to have success in Scotland, but here are three sleepers who could be making even louder noises there. Check out some of the sleepers in 2022 The Open Championship below.
Top 3 High Value Sleepers and Sleeper Picks and Predictions for the 2022 The Open Championship PGA Golf Tournament Running from July 14 to 17 2022
Where: St. Andrews Links (Old Course), Fife, Scotland
When: July 14 to 17, 2022
Lines: View all 2022 The Open Championship lines
TV Broadcast: GOLFTV
Aaron Wise (+17500)
Wise got cut in his last start (2022 Travelers Championship), but overall this season so far, he’s been pretty solid. He is 14 of 19 in the 2021-22 PGA TOUR campaign, with eight top 25s and four top 10s. He has yet to win an event this season but recently came so close to topping the field at the 2022 Memorial Tournament presented by Workday where he placed second. He followed that up with a T27 at the US Open, which also means that Wise has now made the cut in all of his last seven appearances in a major tournament, including his T41 at the 2019 Open Championship at Royal Portrush.
Corey Conners (+10000)
Conners warmed up for the 2022 Open Championship with a T61 at the 2022 Genesis Scottish Open. That wasn’t much, but at least he was able to rebound nicely from a missed cut at the 2022 US Open, which was the last event he played prior to crossing the Atlantic. On the season, Conners is 15 of 20 with three top 10s and a third-place finish. Conners, who is also fifth this season overall in terms of greens in regulation percentage (70.15%), has played twice before at The Open Championship, missing the cut on his first try in 2019 at Royal Portrush and going T15 in 2021 at Royal St. George’s.
Kevin Kisner (+20000)
The 38-year-old Kisner was on a tailspin when he missed cuts in four consecutive starts. But he was able to snap that skid when he finished with a strong T6 at the 2022 Travelers Championship. That should give him enough momentum to build on heading to the 2022 Open Championship. Kisner has a much better streak in this tournament, as he is 5 of 5 in his last five appearances at The Open Championship, a stretch that also includes his best finish in a major tournament; he settled with a T2 here back in 2018 at Carnoustie.
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