FedEx Cup Playoffs resume this week with the 2022 BMW Championship after Will Zalatoris won the FedEx St. Jude Championship over the weekend. The annual PGA Tour tournament will begin on Thursday, August 18 and end on Sunday, August 21.

The BMW Championship is set to take over the Wilmington Country Club in Wilmington, Delaware for the first time in tournament history this year. Donald Ross designed the course in 1926, and it is 7,334 yards long with a par of 71.

In three of the last four years, the tournament has culminated in a playoff, notably in 2021, when Patrick Cantlay upset Bryson DeChambeau after finishing 27-under-par.

Cameron Smith, who would have been one of the BMW Championship favorites, withdrew from the competition on Monday, citing hip pain as the cause.

Smith, whose ended tied for 13th at the FedEx St. Jude Championship, will maintain his lead in the FedEx Cup standings despite not competing this week. So, although his withdrawal may surprise gamblers, it will have little effect on his chances of winning the FedEx Cup Playoffs at next week’s Tour Championship in Atlanta.

Below are the most recent 2022 BMW Championship odds from OKbet Sportsbook, as well as some betting selections to consider this week.

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Betting Odds and Tournament Information for the 2022 BMW Championship

  • Date: Aug. 18 – Aug. 21, 2022
  • Course: Wilmington Country Club in Wilmington, Delaware
  • Purse: $15,000,000
  • 2021 BMW Championship: Patrick Cantlay

BMW Championship Betting Odds

  • Rory McIlroy +1000
  • Jon Rahm +1200
  • Patrick Cantlay +1400
  • Matthew Fitzpatrick +1400
  • Justin Thomas +1400
  • Tony Finau +1400
  • Scottie Scheffler +1400
  • Will Zalatoris +1600
  • Xander Schauffele +2000
  • Collin Morikawa +2000
  • Cameron Young +2200
  • Sam Burns +2200
  • Sungjae Im +2200
  • Viktor Hovland +2700
  • Joaquin Niemann +3100
  • Joohyung Kim +3300
  • Jordan Spieth +3400
  • Shane Lowry +4100
  • Corey Connors +4500
  • Tyrrell Hatton +5000
  • Hideki Matsuyama +5000
  • Max Homa +5000

Odds are via OKbet Sportsbook as of Wednesday, August 17.

Best Bets for the BMW Championship in 2022

Patrick Cantlay to win | before +1500, now +1400

You can’t count Cantlay out after winning the event last year, particularly at these odds. If he wins this week, the 30-year-old would become the first golfer in event history to win the BMW Championship back-to-back since the Western Open was dropped in 2007.

Fortunately, there is plenty to enjoy about Cantlay’s performance this season. In addition to winning the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, he’s done well in his previous several races, placing T-14 or better in six of the last seven.

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While that alone is noteworthy, four of those performances saw him finish in the top five. Cantlay’s finest performances are T-4, T-3, and T-2 results. Needless to say, few golfers are as popular right now as he is.

Aside from winning the BMW Championship last year, Cantlay finished T-12 in 2020 and was runner-up in 2019. He’s certainly stepped up his game at the tournament in recent years. When that history is combined with his recent performances, it’s impossible not to appreciate his chances this week.

Will Zalatoris | +1600

If you’re seeking for momentum, go no further than Zalatoris. As previously stated, the 25-year-old San Francisco native is headed to Wilmington after winning the FedEx St. Jude Championship.

Having saying that, Zalatoris has made it a habit to finish near the top of the 2022 PGA TOUR leaderboard. The former ACC Player of the Year has finished T-21 or better in nine of his past 13 tournaments heading into the BMW Championship.

During that time, Zalatoris has cracked the top six on seven times. That’s the sort of streak that few golfers witness, which is why it’s critical to take advantage of his odds.

Despite his BMW Championship debut, Zalatoris is a strong favorite to win it all at Wilmington Country Club.

Sungjae Im | before +2700, now +2200

Sungjae Im is yet another fascinating contender for the 2022 BMW Championship. Despite the fact that his most recent win came in just his second tournament on the tour, there are some reasons to appreciate him this week.

For starts, Im finished T-2 at the 3M Open and Wyndham Championship before finishing 12th at the FedEx St. Jude Championship. Given that he failed to make the cut in two of the previous three events, it’s reasonable to say he’s turned things around.

Im has also been quite consistent in the BMW Championship, finishing T-12 and third in two of the previous three years. While it is a tiny sample size, it demonstrates that he is still someone you can rely on for a great performance.

Joohyung Kim | before +3100, now +3300

Look to Joohyung Kim if you want to get the most out of your BMW Championship choice. Though the 20-year-old isn’t yet a household name, he’s been on his way to becoming one in the previous month or two.

Kim’s winning streak began in July, when he finished third in the Genesis Scottish Open. He’s placed T-13 or better in four of his previous six tournaments, including his Wyndham Championship triumph on Aug. 7.

Given that Kim has only competed in six PGA tournaments before to this season, it’s logical that you’d prefer someone with more experience. However, it is occasionally preferable to ride the hot hand.

Even if you don’t believe Kim can go all the way, he’s worth considering in OKbet’s top five and top ten markets.

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