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2022 World Wide Technology Championship: 5 Props to Consider

2022 World Wide Technology Championship 5 Props to Consider
Bill Christy
Written by Bill Christy
November 2, 2022

We went 2-3 on our props last week and that actually ended up being a profitable score. Brian Gay came in at almost 2 to 1 and Seamus Power almost 1.5 to 1 to finish in the top 20. His outright winner ticket would have been a lot nicer but we typically don’t play those long of odds.

This week we have 5 props again and we believe that it will be our most profitable week to date. We love our Top 30 plays this weekend and the Top 40 should be solid this weekend as well.

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Top 40: John Huh

Best Available Odds: +210 at FanDuel

John Huh has 3 great starts at the World-Wide Tech Championship. Excusing his missed cut in 2019, his worst finish would be 25th back in 2018. Last year he finished 15th and the year prior was 20th in this event.

Huh has finished 65th and 45th in back-to-back starts this year. At El Camaleon, we believe he will hit his stride as he did the last 2 seasons. A top-40 finish should be well within reach for Huh on Sunday.

Top 40: Danny Lee

Best Available Odds: +220 at DraftKings

Danny Lee had a rocky start to this season with missed cuts at the Fortinet and Shriners but he took home the 53rd finish at the ZOZO. Danny has had 4 straight starts at the WW Tech where he finished no worse than 26th.

He grabbed a 7th-place finish last year and was runner-up in 2019. We believe Lee’s strong track record at this event makes this over 2-to-1 ticket well worth the risk.

Top 30: Matt Kuchar

Best Available Odds: +145 at FanDuel

Mr. Consistency Matt Kuchar has played in 2 events this season and finished inside the top 30 in both. He's made 3 starts in the past 3 seasons here at El Camaleon with his worst finish being last year when he finished in 22nd.

The year prior he finished 14th and the year previous he won the tournament outright. Kuchar typically plays well at courses where he has had strong past starts and that is the case here.

Top 30: Brendon Todd

Best Available Odds: +130 at FanDuel

Brandon Todd has finishes of 9th and 7th this season in 2 of his 1st 4 starts. He did miss the cut at the Sanderson Farms but finished 28th at the Shriners between those 2 top-10 finishes.

His track record at the WW Tech Championship has been solid. He won the event in 2020, finished 8th in 2021, and was 11th last year. Todd should be in contention again this season and finish near the top 15.

Top 30: Adam Long

Best Available Odds: +200 at FanDuel

Adam Long loves playing in this event. His 22nd-place finish last year was his worst finish. He came in 3rd in 2021 and was runner-up the year prior.

Long already has a top-30 finish this season through just 4 starts. Long should be able to keep things rolling here in Mexico and get us another top-30 finish for a 2-to-1 win.

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