Captain's Picks Odds for 2022 Presidents Cup

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C Costigan
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The 2022 Presidents Cup will take place later this month at Quail Hollow in Charlotte.


The PGA Tour won't allow LIV participants to compete, which has created some havoc around the team selection process.

The U.S. Team is stacked as Patrick Cantlay, Sam Burns, Justin Thomas, Scottie Scheffler, Xander Schauffele and Tony Finau have already qualified. U.S. team captain Davis Love III will add six selections choices on Sept. 7.

According to the below odds from SportsBetting.ag, Love's first five picks are almost a given as Collin Morikawa, Jordan Spieth, Max Homa, Billy Horschel and Cameron Young all have -3000 odds or better, with that number equating to a 96.8% probability.

The last spot is up for grabs with Kevin Kisner, Tom Hoge, J.T. Poston and Sahith Theegala all with a chance, at least based on the numbers.

Hideki Matsuyama, Sungjae Im, Tom Kim, Corey Conners, Mito Pereira and Adam Scott have qualified for the International Team, but captain Trevor Immelman will announce his six additional selections on September 6.

The locks are K.H. Lee, Adam Hadwin, Sebastian Munoz and Ryan Fox. Christiaan Bezuidenhout and Cameron Davis also have favorable odds, but Mackenzie Hughes and Lucas Herbert are close behind.

The U.S. is currently a -500 favorite for the tournament while the International Team is a +500 underdog (tie option is +1600).

U.S. Team Captain's Picks              

Collin Morikawa          -50000

Jordan Spieth              -50000

Max Homa                  -10000

Billy Horschel              -3000

Cameron Young          -3000

Kevin Kisner                +110

Tom Hoge                   +125

J.T. Poston                   +275

Sahith Theegala          +300

Aaron Wise                 +700

Webb Simpson            +1600

Bubba Watson            +2000

Davis Riley                   +5000


International Team Captain’s Picks  


K.H. Lee                       -2500

Adam Hadwin             -2000

Sebastian Munoz        -800

Ryan Fox                     -500

C. Bezuidenhout         -300

Cameron Davis            -175

Mackenzie Hughes      +100

Lucas Herbert             +130

Emiliano Grillo            +400

Si Woo Kim                 +400

Haotong Li                   +1000

Jason Day                    +2000

Jhonattan Vegas         +2000

Min Woo Lee              +2000

Adam Svensson          +3000

C.T. Pan                       +4000

Carl Yuan                     +7500

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