2023 Arnold Palmer Invitational odds, picks, field: Surprising PGA predictions from model that nailed 8 majors

The Arnold Palmer Invitational 2023 is scheduled to start on Thursday, March 2nd, with several players coming to Bay Hill confident they can win. John Rahm has won three of his last five PGA Tour starts and has finished T-7 or better in every start this season. Ram competes in the Arnold Palmer Invitational 2023, placing first in many statistical categories, including green percentage in regulation (75.69%), birdie average (5.58) and batting average (67.21).

Meanwhile, Rory McIlroy, a 23-time PGA Tour champion, could add a win at the 2023 Arnold Palmer Invitational to his impressive record. However, McIlroy has finished T-29 or worse in each of his last two PGA Tour starts. According to the latest odds at the 2023 Arnold Palmer Invitational, Ram is the 7-1 favorite with McIlroy walking away 19-2. They are followed by defending champion Scotty Scheffler (11-1), Max Homa (19-1) and Collin Morikawa (21-1) on the PGA odds board. Before you lock in your selection of the 2023 Arnold Palmer Invitational, be sure to View golf predictions and a projected leaderboard based on a validated computer model on SportsLine..

SportsLine’s own model, built by DFS pro Mike McClure, has been at the peak of popularity since the PGA Tour resumed in June 2020. In fact, since the relaunch, the model has grown by over $8,300 at the best rates, winning tournament after tournament.

McClure’s model predicted that John Rahm would take the top spot on the 2023 Sentry Tournament of Champions, American Express, and Genesis Invitational leaderboards. The model also included JT Poston in their best bets to win the 2022 John Deere Classic. That bet went up to +5500 and for the entire tournament, McClure’s best bets returned almost $1100. At the 2022 Masters, McClure’s model was all over the place, with Scotty Sheffler’s first career major championship win ahead of the weekend.

Also, McClure’s best bets included winning Collin Morikawa at the 2021 Open Championship, though he was listed as a massive 40-1 long-range striker. Model was also in John Ram’s (10-1) first major career win at the 2021 US Open. Before the weekend, Ram was two points behind the leader, but the model still considered him the winner.

The same model also scored a whopping eight majors over the weekend. Anyone who followed him saw tremendous results.

With the Arnold Palmer Invitational 2023 now locked down, SportsLine has simulated the tournament 10,000 times and the results are surprising. Head to SportsLine now to see the predicted leaderboard..

Top Arnold Palmer Invitational Predictions for 2023

At the Arnold Palmer Invitational 2023, the model is in for one big surprise: Morikawa, a two-time Grand Champion and one of the big favorites, stumbles this week and doesn’t even make the top 10. Morikawa finished T-6 or better in three of his last four PGA Tour starts, and he secured a T-9 finish in his most recent start at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

However, Morikawa struggled hard with his stick this season, finishing 94th in hits scored: putting (.063), 110th in strikes per round (29.08), and 159th. by total number of putting (287.6). He also ranks 213th on the PGA Tour in 100-yard approaches, which doesn’t bode well for his chances of finishing at the top of the leaderboard this week. He is not the best choice to win it all and there are much better values ​​in the Arnold Palmer Invitational 2023 field.

Another surprise: Patrick Cantley, a 28-1 long-ranger, is on his way to the title. Cantley has a much better chance of winning everything than his odds suggest, which is why he is a target for anyone looking for huge money.

Cantlay is a long ball player who has averaged 311.8 yards per throw this season, 17th on the PGA Tour. Cantley’s ability to dribble deep down the fairway allowed him to use his short irons on close shots. That deadly combo helped the 30-year-old hit 74.38% of the greens this season, tied for third on the PGA Tour. In addition, Cantley has scored 68 points or less in nine of the last 12 rounds of the tour, making him a solid betting choice for the Arnold Palmer Invitational 2023. See who else to choose here.

How to choose the 2023 Arnold Palmer Invitational

The model also targets four other golfers with odds of 24-1 or higher who make surprise runs. Anyone who supports these long-term plans can achieve great things. Here you can only see the PGA model selection..

So who will win the Arnold Palmer Invitational 2023? And what long-range shots stun the golf world? Check out the Arnold Palmer Invitational 2023 odds below and then visit SportsLine to see the predicted leaderboard for the 2023 Arnold Palmer Invitational.all from a model that has won eight major golf tournaments, including last year’s Masters.

Odds of Arnold Palmer Invitation 2023, field

See the full list of picks, best bets and predictions for the Arnold Palmer Invitational 2023 here..

John Ram +700
Rory McIlroy +950
Scotty Scheffler +1100
Max Homa +1900
Collin Morikawa +2100
Justin Thomas +2300
Xander Spade +2400
Will Zalatoris +2400
Tony Finau +2800
Patrick Cantley +2800
Jason Day +3100
Viktor Hovland +3100
Tyrrell Hatton +3600
Matthew Fitzpatrick +3600
Sungjae Im +4100
Jordan Sleep +4100
Cameron Young +4600
Sam Burns +4800
Tom Kim +5000
Sahit Tigala +5500
Hideki Matsuyama +5500
Keith Mitchell +5500
Chris Kirk +6500
Shane Lowry +6500
Corey Conners +7000
Tommy Fleetwood +7000
Keegan Bradley +7500
Adam Scott +8500
Billy Horschel +8500
Ricky Fowler +8500
Justin Rose +9000
Adam Hadwin +9000
Seamus Strength +9000
Gary Woodland +9000
Min Woo Lee +11000
Luke List +11000
Taylor Montgomery +11000
Tom Hoge +12000
Wyndham Clark +12000
Christian Bezuidenhout +12000
Aaron Wise +12000
Alex Noren +12000
Ryan Fox +13000
Si Wu Kim +13000
Lucas Herbert +14000
Nick Taylor +14000
Adrian Meronk +15000
Thomas Detry +16000
Russell Henley +16000
Brian Harman +17000
Bo Hossler +17000
Sepp Straka +18000
K. H. Lee +19000
JJ Spawn +19000
Harris English +19000
Byung Hong An +20000
Justin Su +21000
Patrick Rogers +21000
Taylor Pendrit +21000
Joel Damen +21000
Sam Ryder +21000
Taylor Moore +22000
Emiliano Grillo +22000
Kurt Kitayama +22000
Joseph Bramlett +23000
Danny Willett +23000
Ben Griffin +24000
Garrick Higgo +24000
Francesco Molinari +25000


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