2023 Charles Schwab Challenge picks, odds, field: PGA predictions, bets from model that nailed nine majors

Competing in the 2023 Charles Schwab Challenge, Scottie Scheffler is second in the FedEx Cup standings after securing two wins and ten top 10 finishes this season. He finished second at last week’s PGA Championship, which catapulted the 26-year-old to No. 1 in the official golf world rankings. Scheffler is sure to be among the top contenders for the 2023 Charles Schwab Challenge when games begin at Colonial Country Club on Thursday, May 25.

Scheffler, a six-time PGA Tour champion, is listed on Caesars Sportsbook as a 4-1 favorite in the odds for the 2023 Charles Schwab Challenge. Jordan Spieth (12-1), Viktor Hovland (14-1), Tony Finau (14-1) and Collin Morikawa (16-1) are next on the PGA odds list. Before committing to the Charles Schwab Challenge 2023, be sure to check out the golf predictions and projected leaderboard on SportsLine’s trusted computer model.

Our proprietary model, developed by DFS pro Mike McClure, has been red hot since the PGA Tour resumed in June 2020. In fact, the model is up over $8,700 on its best bets since reboot, winning tournament after tournament.

McClure’s model predicted that Jon Rahm would finish at the top of the leaderboard at the 2023 Sentry Tournament of Champions and The American Express. At the 2023 Masters, Rahm was on top of his second big win of his career ahead of the weekend. Rahm was two strokes behind the lead early in the third round, but the model still predicted him as the winner. It was the second consecutive Masters win for the model, which also gave Scottie Scheffler the win in 2022.

Additionally, the model included Nick Hardy and Davis Riley among his best bets to win the 2023 Zurich Classic. This bet reached a value of +4,500, and throughout the tournament McClure’s best bets brought in over $1,100. Also among McClure’s best bets was that Jason Day (17-1) would take the overall win at the 2023 AT&T Byron Nelson despite not having won a PGA Tour event since 2018.

The same model also won a whopping nine major tournaments over the weekend. Everyone who has followed it has achieved tremendous success.

Now that the field for the Charles Schwab Challenge 2023 has been determined, SportsLine has simulated the tournament 10,000 times and the results were surprising. Go to SportsLine now to see the prospective leaderboard.

Top predictions for the Charles Schwab Challenge 2023

A big surprise awaits the model at the Charles Schwab Challenge 2023: Hovland, five-time PGA Tour winner and one of the top favorites, stumbles this week and barely manages to crack the top 10. Hovland puts in an impressive performance in the Charles Schwab Challenge PGA Championship with a T-2 result at Oak Hill. Hovland has achieved T-7 or better in each of his last two starts in major championships.

However, Hovland struggled a lot in the week after this season’s Majors. After his T-7 result at the Masters, Hovland recorded a T-59 result at the RBC Heritage a week later. He also has T-31s or worse in three of his last five starts on the PGA Tour. The 25-year-old is one of the best ball hitters on the tour, but ranks 114th in strokes made in putting (-0.074) and 145th in total putting (263.9). He’s not a strong pick to win everything and there are far better stats in the 2023 Charles Schwab Challenge field.

Another surprise: Sungjae Im, a 22-1 full-back, is on a strong run for the title. I have a much better chance of winning anything than his odds suggest, so it’s a destination for anyone looking for a big win.

To score well at Colonial, players must be extremely precise off the tee shot and few can do that better than me. In fact, the 25-year-old ranks 13th for strokes won from the tee (.0630) and 19th for shot accuracy (65.36%) this week. He also ranks 12th in scoring average (69.47) and 13th in yardage average (4.25). Those impressive stats and his high odds make him a great pick for your Charles Schwab Challenge 2023 bets this week. See who else to pick here.

How to make your selection for the 2023 Charles Schwab Challenge

The model also targets four other golfers whose odds for the 2023 Charles Schwab Challenge are over 20:1 and who will hit surprise runs. Anyone betting on these longshots could have a big hit. Here you can only see the Charles Schwab Challenge selection of the model.

So who will win the 2023 Charles Schwab Challenge and which longshots will stun the golfing world? Check out the 2023 Charles Schwab Challenge odds below, then visit SportsLine for the prospective leaderboard for the 2023 Charles Schwab Challenge, all based on the model that has won nine golf majors including this year’s Masters .

Odds for the Charles Schwab Challenge 2023, Field

For the full Charles Schwab Challenge 2023 tips, best bets and predictions, click here.

Scottie Scheffler 4-1
Jordan Spieth 12-1
Tony Finau 14-1
Viktor Hovland 14-1
Collin Morikawa 16-1
Sungjae, I’m 18-1
Max Homa 22-1
Sam Burns 22-1
Rickie Fowler 30-1
Justin Rose 30-1
Tommy Fleetwood 33-1
Russell Henley 35-1
Chris Kirk 45-1
Cam Davis 45-1
Denny McCarthy 50-1
Si Woo Kim 50-1
Min Woo Lee 60-1
Emiliano Grillo 60-1
Brian Harman 60-1
Kurt Kitayama 65-1
Tom Hoge 70-1
Stephan Jaeger 75-1
Brendon Todd 75-1
Ryan Fox 80-1
Harris English 80-1
Byeong Hun An 80-1
Taylor Moore 80-1
Lucas Herbert 80-1
KH Lee 90-1
Patrick Rodgers 90-1
Thomas Detry 90-1
Christiaan Bezuidenhout 90-1
Davis Riley 100-1
Joseph Bramlett 100-1
Billy Horschel 100-1
JJ Spaun 100-1
Maverick McNealy 100-1
JT Poston 100-1
Alex Smalley 100-1
Beau Hossler 100-1
Justin Suh 100-1
Eric Cole 100-1
Sam Stevens 125-1
Will Gordon 125-1
Nick Taylor 125-1
Hayden Buckley 125-1
HH Kim 150-1
Andrew Putnam 150-1
Ben Griffin 150-1
Ryan Palmer 150-1
Sepp Straka 150-1
Scott Stallings 150-1
Alex Noren 150-1
Akshay Bhatia 175-1
Joel Dahmen 175-1
Ben Martin 175-1
Adam Schenk 175-1
Matt Wallace 175-1
Robby Shelton 200-1
Garrick Higgo 200-1
Austin Eckroat 200-1
Cameron Champ 200-1
Vincent Norman 200-1
Nate Lashley 200-1

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