Houston Open Live Odds, Field: Tracking the Action at Memorial Park

Just days after firing off a final-round 62 in Mayakoba, Scottie Scheffler makes his way to Texas to headline the field for this week's Houston Open. Check out the live Houston Open odds below as the event unfolds over the weekend.

Chris Gregory - Publishing Editor at Covers.com
Chris Gregory • Publishing Editor
Nov 10, 2022 • 09:55 ET • 4 min read
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The PGA Tour returns to American soil with this week's Cadence Bank Houston Open at Memorial Park Golf Course. 

After a scorching-hot final-round 62 in Mayakoba, OWGR No. 2 Scottie Scheffler headlines the field with a couple of other strong names also in the mix. 

We break down the favorites, field, and more in our full Houston Open odds below. You can also check out our full Houston Open picks and predictions

Live odds to win 2022 Houston Open

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Favorites to win the 2022 Houston Open

Scottie Scheffler (+600)

Scottie Scheffler looked to be knocking off some off-season rust when he finished a substandard T45 at the CJ Cup in South Carolina while losing strokes on and around the greens. 

Well, consider the rust knocked off. The former World No. 1 finished T3 at last week's World Wide Technology Championship on the backs of a final-round 62. He'll look to build off that at this week's Houston Open — entering the week a clear +600 betting favorite. 

Sam Burns (+1,200)

The days of Sam Burns being undervalued on PGA Tour betting boards are long gone, coming off a season in which he won three times. 

He's made just two starts this season, a T30 at the Sanderson Farms and a T7 at the CJ Cup, but has also finished inside the Top 10 in each of his last two starts here in Houston. He's as big of a threat as anyone in the field this week.

Tony Finau (+1,800)

Tony Finau made up for what was a mostly forgettable season with back-to-back wins at the 3M Open and Rocket Mortgage Classic back in the Summer. 

He missed the cut in Mayakoba last week in what was his first start of the season and doesn't have a great track record here in Houston, with two missed cuts and no finish better than T24 in six career starts. However, ignore Tony at your own risk.

Notable longshots for the 2022 Houston Open

Maverick McNealy (+2,800)

While far from a longshot, Maverick McNealy has a combination of form and course history here in Houston that makes him worth the attention.

He's finished inside the Top 20 in last four starts, including at T10 in Mayakoba over the weekend, and recorded three straight Top-20s here in Houston in three career starts. You have to think his first Tour win is coming sooner rather than later...

Joel Dahmen (+4,500)

For all of the fun moments he produces, Joel Dahmen's results are starting to catch up. He finished third in Mayakoba, his best result in more than a year, and has posted three Top 20s in five starts to begin the new season. 

He also finished T5 here in Houston a year ago. While winning the whole thing feels like a stretch, Top-10 or Top-20 markets may be a great way to use some of your bankroll. 

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