Fortinet 2022 Championship Expert Picks, Betting Rankings & Fantasy Golf Tips

The 2022 Fortinet Championship is here, and we’re back with our PGA Tour expert picks and betting tips for the PGA Tour event at the Silverado Resort in Napa, CA.

Every week we share our PGA Tour player rankings, and they’re independent of the competition. Whether you’re betting on golf, playing in fantasy golf leagues, or taking part in a DFS event (DraftKings, FanDuel), our picks highlight the best players to watch this week.

Here are our 2022 Fortinet Championship rankings and expert picks, as we do every week of the PGA Tour season.

2022 Fortinet Championship Preview

The Fortinet Championship takes place this week, and after a long offseason, the PGA Tour is back with the final season on the loop. The Napa-area event tends to favor California-born players, and there are often surprise tournament winners.

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Fortinet Championship 2022 Rankings: 10 Expert Picks

1. Max Homa: Homa is the defending champion here, and his win a year ago was a bit of a surprise. However, as he continues to become a top 20 player, he should be a great pick this week.

2. Hideki Matsuyama: It’s hard to see Matsuyama playing this week more than an obligation to prepare for the Presidents Cup. He is a class player in this area, however.

3. Cam Davis: The Aussie finished his season strong and will be part of the Presidents Cup squad. You have to be quite confident.

4. Maverick McNealy: Mav came close to breaking into this event last year for his first PGA Tour victory. He knocked on the door enough. Browse this season.

5. Corey Conners: Conners is a guy to love most of the time because of his shots, especially in an in-between area like this.

6. Sahith Theegala: Theegala has found a way to qualify for the Tour Championship and now has one hell of a year ahead. The easing that comes with two years of guaranteed status should help.

7. Denny McCarthy: Not Denny’s favorite course, but he’s become a player who’s learned to make it work even in places that don’t suit him. It could be a big year for him.

8. Chez Reavie: This is a very Chez event, which could very well suit him given his record on this course.

9. Taylor Pendrith: The Canadian has flaws, but he beats the hell out of the ball. If he stays straight and makes a few putts, he has a chance.

10. Brendan Steele: Not many horses for this course are in the 2022 field, but Brendan Steele has won here back-to-back. He also had decent – ​​albeit sporadic – results throughout the summer.

Michael C. Ford