2022 WGC Dell Technologies Match Play Round of 16 & Quarterfinals Odds and Preview

  • The group stage of the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play is complete through three days
  • The sweet 16 remaining golfers vie for the prestigious title in single-elimination play
  • See the best bets and odds for golfers to win the title in the article below

Three days of the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play is in the books and just like its March Madness basketball counterpart, this week many people’s brackets have been busted. Big names that exited after the round-robin format include two of the top-three favorites entering the championship in Justin Thomas and Viktor Hovland.

Last year’s finalists Billy Horschel and Scottie Scheffler made it through to the knockout stages, and they’ll renew their rivalry Saturday. The favorite entering the week was Jon Rahm, and he advanced, surviving to compete in a star-studded match against Brooks Koepka.

As the action shifts to Saturday morning, it’s single elimination matches throughout the rest of the weekend, beginning at 8:35 am ET. Then, the quarter-finals tee off in the afternoon following the eight morning matches. In this article, we’ll explore which players have the best chance of advancing in play en route to the final to win one of golf’s most prestigious tournaments.

2022 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play Odds

Golfer Odds
Collin Morikawa +600
Jon Rahm +650
Dustin Johnson +700
Scottie Scheffler +800
Will Zalatoris +1100
Kevin Kisner +1200
Tyrrell Hatton +1200
Brooks Koepka +1400
Adam Scott +1400
Corey Conners +1400
Abraham Ancer +1400
Billy Horschel +1800
Seamus Power +2000
Kevin Na +2500
Takumi Kanaya +4000
Richard Bland +5000

Odds as of March 26th at DraftKings Sportsbook

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Big Names Exiting Early

Justin Thomas came into the week playing inspired golf, but he dropped two of three matches to exit stage left. Viktor Hovland won two of his three but got ousted in a playoff by Will Zalatoris. The three other playoffs that determined the group stage winners were Scottie Scheffler over Matt Fitzpatrick, Kevin Na defeating Maverick McNealy and Takumi Kanaya taking down Lucas Herbert.

Saturday Morning Sweet Sixteen Match Odds

First Pairing Match Odds
Scottie Scheffler (#5) -125
Billy Horschel (#12) +105
Second Pairing Match Odds
Tyrrell Hatton (#13) -145
Seamus Power (#42) +125
Third Pairing Match Odds
Dustin Johnson (#8) -235
Richard Bland (#54) +190
Fourth Pairing Match Odds
Jon Rahm (#1) -155
Brooks Koepka (#16) +135
Fifth Pairing Match Odds
Kevin Kisner (#29) -125
Adam Scott (#32) +105
Sixth Pairing Match Odds
Will Zalatoris (#24) -140
Kevin Na (#25) +120
Seventh Pairing Match Odds
Corey Conners (#36) -150
Takumi Kanaya (#56) +130
Eighth Pairing Match Odds
Collin Morikawa (#2) -145
Abraham Ancer (#15) +125

Jon Rahm vs Brooks Koepka In Blockbuster Tilt

Without question, the best of the eight matches for Saturday morning is the amazing battle between world number one Jon Rahm and four-time major champion Brooks Koepka. The betting favorite and world number one Rahm won two matches while Koepka swept his group.

Rahm has had a run at the title at this course before, before losing in the 2017 final to Dustin Johnson. Koepka is a +135 underdog in their battle and is +1400 to win it all. He leads the field this week in birdies and strokes gained: approach. Should he advance, he’d play the winner of the aforementioned past champ DJ and 49-year-old sensation Richard Bland. That’s what’s pushing Koepka’s odds to his current number, but it’s still really good value.

Best Live Value Picks for WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play

  1. Kevin Kisner (+1200): We were high on Kevin Kisner at the start of the tournament at his +6500 odds, so no reason to change now. He’s super comfortable at this track, having won in 2019 and also went to the final in 2018. He’s second through three rounds in strokes gained: tee-to-green, approaching the green, and around-the-green. He squares off against Adam Scott and would play the winner of the Will Zalatoris/Kevin Na duel.
  2. Billy Horschel (+1800): Given that Billy Horschel is the defending champion, these odds are enticing. He’s up against the red-hot Scottie Scheffler, but he beat him in the final last year to prove he can take him down. Horschel went 2-0-1 in the group stage, and hasn’t lost a match in his last eight at the Dell Match Play. Prior to him withdrawing at the Players Championship, he was runner-up at Bay Hill and had four straight finishes of 16th or better. Should he advance, the 2014 FedEx Cup champion would face the winner of Tyrrell Hatton vs Seamus Power.

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