The 2022 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play is scheduled for March 23 to March 27 at Austin Country Club in Austin, Texas. TheSportsGeek has the latest Dell Match Play odds and Dell Match Play expert picks for the big tournament in Texas.
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— WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play (@DellMatchPlay) March 21, 2022
This is different from normal stroke play tournaments, so I’m looking forward to the event. It’s important to note that the first tee times are scheduled for Wednesday and not Thursday.
With that in mind, check out and handicap the World Golf Match Play odds a day earlier from what is your normal research schedule for golf tournaments. This week, there is a PGA Tournament at the Corales Puntacana Resort for a modest purse of $3,700,000.
The Dell Match Play odds are currently on the board at BetOnline. This is my favorite online sportsbook for golf betting and has the best Dell Match Play odds online. We’ll get to the World Golf Match Play odds below and WGC Dell Match Play picks.
With a purse of $12,000,000, you can see why players are skipping Puntacana and going to Austin. This is the sixth straight year, with the tournament taking place here after spending time in Arizona and California.
An American has won the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play in four straight years. Dustin Johnson, Bubba Watson, Kevin Kisner, and Billy Horschel are the past four winners in Austin. 2020 was scrapped because of Covid-19.
The most recent player to win from another country is Jason Day from Australia in 2016. Day has won the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play twice. He is second behind Tiger Woods, with three wins in this tournament.
If you are looking for Jason Day Dell Match Play odds, don’t bother because he is skipping this year after a poor showing in the Valspar last week. Check out the most recent previous winners from the Dell Technologies Match Play.
|2015||Rory McIlroy||Northern Ireland|
World Golf Match Play Odds
There are different methods to bet the Dell Match Play odds in 2022. If you just want to bet a winner straight up, that option is on the board at BetOnline.
Jon Rahm headlines the top of the field with +1400 odds to win. Rahm is the top-rated player on the PGA Tour, ahead of Collin Morikawa and Viktor Hovland.
Rahm, Morikawa, and Hovland are three of the top four players to win on the Dell Match Play odds board at BetOnline. This is no surprise, with the oddsmakers looking at the top of the leaderboard.
As wide-open as the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play is this weekend, there is probably better value for the WGC Match Play odds in 2022. We have the latest Dell Match Play odds to win at BetOnline.
|+3300||Louis Oosthuizen||South Africa|
Those are the Dell Match Play odds to win straight up. There are also head-to-head matchup plays to consider. I’m going to be playing both head-to-head bets and an outright winner at BetOnline.
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— WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play (@DellMatchPlay) March 22, 2022
The World Golf match play odds for my top selections and picks for the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play can be found below.
Head-To-Head Dell Match Play Bets To Consider
Louis Oosthuizen vs. Alex Noren
Louis Oosthuizen has mastered the ability to play well, but not finish the assignment. He has been to every major tournament and won the 2010 Open Championship.
Oosthuizen could have more wins in his career, but he has finished a whopping seven times as a runner-up. He was playing pretty well last week. However, Oosthuizen dropped to T62 with a final score of -2.
Alex Noren is playing well and should continue against Oosthuizen. Noren has finished T12, T26, T5, T48, T6 in his previous five tournaments.
I’m not eager to pay -135 on Oosthuizen versus a comfortable Noren right now. Noren doesn’t have name recognition, but his Dell Match Play odds provide the better value.
Paul Casey vs. Corey Conners
Paul Casey and Corey Conners are matched to open the 2022 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play. Conners has to hope that Casey isn’t in his The Players form, or it’s going to be an early exit.
In his previous four starts, Casey finished T12, T15, 72, 3 and has looked in good form. Conners is T38, CUT, T11, T26 in his last four tournaments, with an OK performance in The Players at TPC Sawgrass to finish T26.
I’m going to give Casey the nod over Conners in this matchup.
Billy Horschel vs. Min Woo Lee
Billy Horschel dropped out of The Players and took a tournament off last week. He was dealing with a sinus infection and wasn’t feeling his best. Fortunately, this is not a lingering issue for Horschel.
Min Moo Lee of Perth, Australia, did not get a fair shake in his opening matchup against Horschel. This is tough.
If Horschel is feeling fine this week, he should have an easy time clearing Lee in his first matchup of the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play.
The defending champ should have a chance to defend his title. He’s one of my strongest plays for our WGC Dell Match Play picks.
Match Player Picks: Golfer To Win
There is plenty of value on the World Golf Match Play odds. It’s pretty simple what the oddsmakers did with the favorites in this tournament.
They looked at the top of the PGA season leaderboard and went in that direction. There might be better value out there on the board, though.
Berger played well to finish T13, and he has to be heading into Austin with some confidence. He completely bombed on the final day to blow a comfortable lead in the Honda Classic, but didn’t get too bothered by it and played well in The Players.
Since December, Berger has finished in the top-13 in four of his tournaments and top-10 in three. I like Berger to win at these value odds of +2800.
You can consider playing Berger to beat Si Woo Kim to win his first matchup as well.