Phoenix Open Prediction, Preview, and Odds (2024)

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  • PGA Tour action takes place in Arizona this weekend at the TPC Scottsdale
  • The field will be competing for their share of the $8 million purse

The action on the PGA Tour steps up a gear this weekend, as the ultra-competitive Phoenix Open is staged in Arizona. This event will be competed over 7,261 yards, with the field competing for a share of $8 million at the par-71 event.

Schedule & How To Watch

  • When: Thursday, February 8, 2024- Sunday, January 11, 2024
  • Where: TPC Scottsdale, Arizona
  • How To Watch: Golf Channel

Phoenix Open Odds

Scottie Scheffler
Justin Thomas
Jordan Spieth
Max Homa
Sam Burns
Byeong Hun An
Min Woo Lee
Sahith Theegala

Event Preview

One of the most competitive early season events on the PGA Tour will be staged this weekend, as the Phoenix Open is staged at TPC Scottsdale. This event boasts a purse of $8 million, with the field competing over a distance of 7,261 yards. The event has been labeled as ‘The Greatest Show on Grass,’ and it has long been one of the most popular events on tour.

Phil Mickelson and Mark Calcavecchia hold the joint records for best finishing scores in this tournament, with both former champions ending 28-under with an aggregate score of 256. But, there is a familiar feel to the top of the betting this weekend, as Scottie Scheffler chases a third successive victory at the Phoenix Open.

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The American comes into this event after finishing in a tie for sixth in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am last weekend, and the world number one has already shown his best form on the tour this season after winning the Hero World Challenge at the start of December. He could be challenging to oppose based on his dominant record.

Justin Thomas also finished in a tie for sixth at the event last weekend, and he could be set to produce another strong effort this weekend. Max Homa was below his usual high standards last weekend after finishing in a tie for 66th. But, he could be a likely contender if back at his very best this weekend.

Phoenix Open Prediction

Scheffler is extremely short in the betting, meaning that we will be looking to take him on this weekend. Hideki Matsuyama could be a standout play if bouncing back from a disappointing tournament last weekend. The Japanese star has excellent form at the Phoenix Open after winning back-to-back editions in 2016 and 2017.

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