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2023 Sony Open odds, picks, field: Surprising PGA predictions from computer model that’s nailed 8 majors

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The first full-blown PGA event of the year kicks off on Thursday when the Sony Open 2023 takes place in Hawaii. This is the second consecutive PGA tournament held in Aloha State and hosted by the Waialae Country Club. Hideki Matsuyama will be looking to defend his title and Tom Kim is the highest-ranked golfer in the Official World Rankings and FedEx Cup Scores at Sony Open 2023.

Unsurprisingly, Kim is the 11-1 favorite this week. According to the latest odds for the 2023 Sony Open, Sungjae Im is 14-1, with Matsuyama (15-1) and Jordan Spieth (15-1) next in line. Before committing your choice to the Sony Open 2023, be sure to View golf predictions and a projected leaderboard based on a validated computer model on SportsLine..

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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 over $9,500 at its best stakes, winning tournament after tournament.

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McClure’s model predicted John Rahm (+800) to top the 2023 Sentry Tournament of Champions leaderboard. 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.

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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.

Now that the Sony Open 2023 field is closed, SportsLine has simulated the tournament 10,000 times and the results are surprising. Head to SportsLine now to see the predicted leaderboard..

Best Sony Open predictions for 2023

The model is in for one big surprise at the 2023 Sony Open: Matsuyama, the defending champion and one of the favorites with a score of 15-1, stumbles this week and narrowly breaks into the top 10. Matsuyama faced a five-stroke deficit with just nine holes. play last year but shot 31 into the back nine and finished 23 short in a week.

However, Matsuyama has been wildly inconsistent this season, finishing T-21 or worse in each of his last five PGA Tour starts. In addition, Matsuyama has struggled a lot with his accuracy this season, finishing 136th on the tour among the Greens in terms of percentage of rules (66.98%). He’s not the best pick to win all of this, and there are far better values ​​in the 2023 Sony Open field.

Another surprise: K. H. Lee, a 34-1 long-range shot, is on a solid path to the title. Lee, who turned pro in 2010 and joined the PGA Tour in 2018, is on track for the best start to his career. He’s been in the top 10 three times in the last four tournaments and has shot below par in every round of those four tournaments. In addition, Lee’s three top 10 finishes are already career highs.

Lee has also broken par in each of his last eight rounds at Waialae Country Club, so he’s clearly comfortable on the track. Lee is one of the best hitters in the world, with a top 25 rating in driving accuracy percentage (66.79%), percentage of greens in rule (77.22%) and shots made: tee to green (1.523). In addition, his current 160-hole, three-stroke streak is the third longest on the tour, so his all-round play should make him highly desirable in betting at the 2023 Sony Open. See who else to choose here.

How to make a choice at Sony Open 2023

The model also targets five other golfers with odds of 22-1 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 Sony Open 2023? And what long-range shots stun the golf world? Check out the Sony Open 2023 odds below and then visit SportsLine to see the predicted 2023 Sony Open leaderboard, all from a model that has won eight major golf clubs.including last year’s Masters.

Sony Open 2023 odds, field

See the full Sony Open 2023 predictions, best bets and predictions here..

Tom Kim +1100
Sungjae Im +1400
Hideki Matsuyama +1500
Jordan Sleep +1500
Russell Henley +2100
Tom Hoge +2200
Corey Conners +2200
Brian Harman +2600
Adam Scott +3100
Taylor Montgomery +3100
Billy Horschel +3200
Cameron Davis +3300
Kyung-Hun Lee +3400
Keegan Bradley +3400
Keith Mitchell +3700
Si Woo Kim +3700
Maverick McNeely +3700
JJ Spawn +4000
Alex Smalley +4500
Christian Bezuidenhout +4500
Mackenzie Hughes +5000
Emiliano Grillo +5000
Harris English +5000
JT Poston +5000
Danny McCarthy +5000
Matt Kuchar +5000
Webb Simpson +5000
Gary Woodland +5000
Kurt Kitayama +5500
Adam Svensson +5500
Will Gordon +5500
Andrew Putnam +5500
Chris Kirk +6000
Brendan Steel +6500
Hayden Buckley +6500
Brandon Todd +7500
Nick Hardy +8000
Aaron Rai +8500
Davis Thompson +9000
Chun-an Yu +9000
Russell Knox +9500
Grayson Sigg +9500
Patton Kizzir +9500
Ryan Palmer +10000
Robbie Shelton +10000
Stefan Jaeger +10000
Justin Su +11000
Ryan Armor +11000
Troy Merrit +11000
Brandon Wu +11000
Ben Griffin +11000
David Lipsky +12000
In Rivi +12000
David Lingmert +13000
Kevin Strilman +13000
Sam Ryder +13000
Kazuki Higa +14000
Michael Thompson +14000
Lucas Glover +14000
James Khan +14000
Mark Hubbard +14000
Stuart Zink +14000
Taiga Semikawa +14000
Sunghyun Kim +14000
Joseph Bramlett +15000
Carl Yuan +15000
Nick Taylor +16000
Brian Steward +16000
Harry Higgs +16000
Adam Long +16000
Keita Nakajima +16000
Tyson Alexander +16000
MJ Duffy +16000
John Hugh +16000
Adam Shenk +17000
Scott Piercy +17000
Cole Hammer +17000
Zach Blair +19000
Ben Taylor +19000
Austin Ekcroat +21000
Danny Lee +21000
Peter Malnati +21000
Byung Hong An +21000
Yuto Katsuragawa +21000



Source: www.cbssports.com

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