Wells Fargo Championship Prediction, Preview, and Odds (2023)
- Rory McIlroy heads betting to win the Wells Fargo Championship 2023
- Event has been staged since 2003, and a purse of $20 million is available at Quali Hollow Club
Exciting action on the PGA Tour is staged this weekend, as the Wells Fargo Championship will see some of the best players in the world in action. The event has been staged since 2003, and a total of $20 million is available in prize fund for those competing in North Carolina.
Schedule & How To Watch
- When: Thursday, May 4, 2023- Sunday, April 7, 2023
- Where: Quali Hollow Club, North Carolina
- How To Watch: Golf Channel
Wells Fargo Championship Vegas Odds
There is high-quality action on the PGA Tour this weekend, as Quali Hollow Club in North Carolina hosts the Wells Fargo Championship. A total of 7,160 yards will be covered by the players involved this weekend at the par 70 course. The stroke play event offers a huge purse of $20 million, with Max Homa coming into the 2023 event as the reigning champion.
Rory McIlroy has previous success at the event in his favor, as the Northern Irishman landed victory at the Wells Fargo Championship in 2015 by a tournament record score. He has since won the event on a further occasion, with that success coming back in 2021. McIlroy is the record holder for most victories in the event, and could be hard to overlook if back to his best.
However, Patrick Cantlay showcased his best form when finishing third in the RBC Heritage last month, and the 31-year-old isn’t without his chance this weekend. He has made the cut in each of his previous five appearances, and has finished in the top ten on three occasions.
Max Homa may not be in the best form this year, but he has claimed two previous victories at the Wells Fargo Championship. He finished two shots clear of Cameron Young, Matt Fitzpatrick, and Keegan Bradley last year, and could present excellent value at +3000 this weekend.
Wells Fargo Championship Prediction
McIlroy certainly ticks all the boxes for this event on the PGA Tour. However, a chance will be taken on another player with previous experience in North Carolina. Cameron Young finished second in the event 12 months ago, and could have an excellent chance after finishing in the top ten in two of his previous five appearances.