2022 Mexico Open at Vidanta Sleeper Picks

To celebrate the debut of the Mexico Open in the PGA TOUR, the Greg Norman Signature Course at Vidanta Vallarta will be graced by the presence of former No. 1 golfer Jon Rahm. However, Rahm isn’t the only name worth keeping an eye on in Mexico, as there’s solid value to be had from underrated players from the field this week who could net their betting backers huge returns relative to a predicted victory for Rahm.

Nitrobetting is here to give the best tips from the betting greens and fairways. This time, take a closer look at the three best sleeper candidates to keep tabs on at the 2022 Mexico Open at Vidanta this week, as well as their corresponding odds to win the very first installment of the newly-minted PGA TOUR event south of the border.

Top 3 Sleeper Picks for the 2022 Mexico Open at Vidanta

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Aaron Rai

  • 2022 Mexico Open at Vidanta Odds: +4,000

Rookie Englishman Aaron Rai is slowly making waves across the pond on the PGA TOUR. After a T6 showing at the Farmer’s Insurance Open in late January, Wolverhampton native secured another superb finish this past week at TPC Louisiana, finishing tied for fourth at the Zurich Classic. Rai’s 66-percent driving accuracy percentage also ranks 30th amongst all golfers this season, exhibiting his precision amidst his continued growth in the highest level of professional golf.

Brendon Todd

  • 2022 Mexico Open at Vidanta Odds: +4,500

One golfer who’s had plenty of success in tournaments held in Mexico is Brendon Todd. The 36-year-old from Atlanta has three top-11 finishes in recent Mayakoba events, including a win in 2019. Todd also ranks fifth this season in strokes gained: putting, as well as a T8 finish at the Valero Open earlier this April to give him some relative momentum heading into this week’s tourney.

Carlos Ortiz

  • 2022 Mexico Open at Vidanta Odds: +5,000

Fans at Vallarta this week will be cheering for their local hero Carlos Ortiz, who also happens to be the ambassador for Vidanta Resorts. Even though the pride of Guadalajara has missed the cut in each of his last four starts, he certainly gets it going in his native country. Ortiz has two runner-up finishes and another T8 showing in his last three trips to a Mayakoba tournament, making him a trendy dark horse to win his second-ever PGA TOUR event since November of 2020 in Houston.

Where to Bet on the 2022 Mexico Open at Vidanta

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