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2023 Wells Fargo Championship: 9 Bets We Love

Bill Christy
Written by Bill Christy
May 3, 2023
2023 Wells Fargo Championship 9 Bets We Love

The 2023 Wells Fargo Championship will tee off on Thursday, May 4th, at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte. It's no surprise that Rory McIlroy is the betting favorite, as he's won this tournament on 3 occasions. McIlroy will have to contend with other stars like Jordan Spieth, Patrick Cantlay, and Tony Finau if he wants to add another WFC title to his resume.

Need help betting on the 2023 Wells Fargo Championship? You've come to the right place. Let's go over 9 bets that we love for this iconic event. Good luck!

Brian Harman -120 OVER Chris Kirk

Harman shot 13 under in his most recent start. That was at the RBC Heritage in mid-April. He finished tied for 7th at the event.

Kirk finished tied for 41st in the same event. In their prior starts here at the Wells Fargo, Kirk has only 1 start in the last 5 seasons.

He finished 71st in 2017, where Harman won the championship. Harman also has finishes of 24th, 18th, and 9th over the last 3 starts here.

Emiliano Grillo -110 OVER KH Lee (DraftKings)

Grillo has been playing at a high level over his last 2 starts this season. After finishing 7th at the RBC, he followed that up with a 5th place finish at the Mexico Open, where he fired 16 under par.

KH Lee didn’t participate in the Mexico Open but did start the RBC, where he finished a mediocre 41st. At the Wells Fargo, Grillo has recent finishes of 14th and 9th.

Lee had a respectable 25th finish last year following a couple of weaker starts that ended with finishes of 58th and 60th. Grillo should continue his strong play here.

Keegan Bradley -120 OVER Corey Conners (DraftKings)

Keegan had a good outing at the Masters, where he finished 23rd but struggled a bit at the RBC, where after struggling to make the cut, he fired a 7 under 3rd round.

In a good spot, he faltered and shot 4 over to finish his weekend in 48th. Conners played a bit better at the RBC was had missed the cut at the Masters.

Conners had his best finish here at the Wells Fargo last year when he finished 21st, but Keegan finished 2nd and will look to be in the hunt once again this weekend.

Rickie Fowler +100 OVER Sungjae Im (DraftKings)

Rickie has seemingly found the fountain of youth and has begun to play at a level that we had been accustomed to seeing for years prior to his last couple of years, where he struggled terribly.

He’s made 11 of 12 cuts this season and has finished in the Top 20 in 6 of his last 7 starts. Im has been playing well on the season but has not had great success here at Wells Fargo.

He missed the cut in his last start here in 2021, while Rickie finished 22nd last year. We like Rickie to continue his rejuvenated play and outlast Im in this matchup.

Top 40 Finish: CT Pan

Pan is 6 to 1 on this play for good reason. He has yet to finish in the Top 40 this season. However, here at the Wells Fargo, he has had success over the last 2 years.

In 2021, he finished in 18th and last year, he was a Top 15 finisher. The value we are getting here, combined with his history on this course, makes it worth the risk on this play.

Top 40 Finish: Luke List

List has only made the cut 8 times in 17 events this season. However, in those 8 made cuts, 5 times List has found himself inside the Top 40 on Sunday.

He finished 9th here at the Wells Fargo in 2018, 6th in 2021, and 31st last year. We like List to make the cut and finish inside the Top 40 here once again.

Top 40 Finish: Joel Dahmen

Dahmen has finished inside the Top 40 here at the Wells Fargo in 3 of his last 4 starts. He has made the cut in 3 of his last 4 starts this season but has failed to get inside the Top 40 in all 3. That changes here at the Wells Fargo, where Dahmen will make the cut and find his way inside the Top 40.

Top 30 Finish: Brian Harman

Harman has found his way inside the Top 30 in the last 3 Wells Fargo Championships. In his last start this season, at the RBC, he finally got inside the Top 30 with a 7th-place finish. We like him to make his way into contention here at the Wells Fargo and get a Top 30 with relative ease.

Top 20 Finish: Jason Day

Outside of his 39th-place finish at the Masters, Day has finished inside the Top 20 in 6 straight starts this year. He won the Wells Fargo Championship back in 2018 and finished 15th last year.

While his play over the last 3-5 years has been a bit rocky, Day seems to finally be at peace on the course, and his play is reflecting that. Day is a nice dark horse to win this event outright, but a plus-money play on the Top 20 makes the most sense.

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