The 2021-22 PGA TOUR is headed this week to Innisbrook Resort, where many of the best players in the world will compete for the top prize in the 2022 Valspar Championship. Have you made up your mind about which player to bet on? If not, let the experts help you decide.
Expert Picks and Predictions for the Valspar Championship Golf Tournament Running from March 17 to 20 2022
Where: Innisbrook Resort (Copperhead), Palm Harbor, FL
When: March 17 to 20, 2022
Lines: View all 2022 Valspar Championship lines
TV Broadcast: GOLFTV
|Jason Sobel||Gary Woodland|
Woodland is priced +5500 to win the 2022 Valspar Championship, but Jason Sobel of the Action Network has the following to say about the pro:
“Even though he missed the cut at THE PLAYERS last week, he was right there in the mix at the Arnold Palmer Invitational two weeks ago, as a pair of pars on the final two holes would’ve given him the title. He’s certainly back to playing some better golf and could maybe find some good vibes at this one.”
|Expert||Golfer to watch out for|
|Sean Hennessy||Jason Kokrak|
Kokrak is the pick of Golf Digest’s Jason Kokrak. The 36-year-old Kokrak is 5 of 5 in his last five starts and already has a win this season. Having won the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Houston Open last November. He also has three top 10s in 10 total starts at Innisbrook Resort.
|Rob Bolton||Viktor Hovland|
In his power rankings of players set to compete in the 2022 Valspar Championship, Rob Bolton of PGA.com has Viktor Hovland on top.
TopBet News Editor | Ryan Simpson
|Ryan Simpson, News Editor||Dustin Johnson|
In his preview of the 2021 Valspar Championship, TopBet News Editor Ryan Simpson revealed that he is picking Dustin Johnson to win the tournament. Here’s what Simpson had to say about DJ:
“Johnson was on fire in the final round of last week’s THE PLAYERS Championship, setting a new course record at TPC Sawgrass by going 9-under 63 in the fourth round on his way to a T9 finish. He can build on that incredible performance for more success this week at Innisbrook, where the 24-time PGA TOUR events winner is 2 of 4 with a T6 at the 2019 Valspar Championship.”
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