After a record-breaking weekend at the Sentry Tournament of Champions at Kapalua, the PGA Tour is gearing up for another week in Hawaii.
A much lighter field, including last weekend's winner Cameron Smith, heads to Wai'alae Country Club in Honolulu for the Sony Open in Hawaii.
Check out the live Sony Open odds below (and check out our Sony Open picks and predictions),
Live odds to win the Sony Open in Hawaii
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Sony Open pre-tournament favorites
Cameron Smith (+900)
After securing his fourth PGA Tour victory just a few days ago, OWGR No. 10 Cameron Smith leads the field on the Sony Open odds board, available at +900.
Smith won this event in 2020 and is coming off a record-breaking 72-hole score of 34-under at the Sentry Tournament of Champions, edging out OWGR No. 1 Jon Rahm by one shot. He's finished within the Top 10 in six of his last nine PGA Tour starts.
Barring a victory hangover, you should expect Smith to be in the mix come Sunday afternoon.
Hideki Matsuyama (+1,400)
Tied for the No. 2 spot on the odds board is 2021 Masters champion, Hideki Matsuyama. He's finished within the Top 20 here over the past two years and is on the board at +1,400.
He made his first start since October in the Sentry last weekend and finished T13. That aforementioned October start was his victory at the ZOZO Championship, where he cruised to a five-shot victory.
If he was just knocking off the rust at Kapalua, he could be in for a great week.
Webb Simpson (+1,400)
Also on the board at +1,400 is OWGR No. 29, Webb Simpson. He's finished T4 or better in three of his last four starts at this tournament and thrives on shorter courses like this one.
Per Justin Ray, Simpson leads the PGA Tour in scoring average on sub-7,100-yard courses since 2017 (Hideki is third on that list). You can almost lock it in that he'll be in or around the first page of the leaderboard come Sunday.
Behind the Top 3 favorites are Sungjae Im (+1,600), Marc Leishman (+2,000), and Corey Connors (+2,200).
Last year's champion, Kevin Na, is also on the board at +2,500.
Sony Open FAQ
Who was the favorite to win the 2022 Sony Open?
Cameron Smith (+900) was the pre-tournament favorite to win the 2022 Sony Open.
Where is the 2022 Sony Open played?
The Sony Open in Hawaii is played at Wai'alae Country Club in Honolulu, Hawaii. It's a par-70, 7,044-yard course.
Who won the Sony Open in 2021?
Kevin Na won this event in 2021 with a 21-under 259, beating out Chris Kirk by one shot.
What is the Sony Open payout in 2022?
The Sony Open purse for 2022 is $7.5 million, with $1.35 million going to the winner.