Ludvig Aberg's favored in the World Wide Technology Championship Odds

World Wide Technology Championship Odds & Picks: Aberg Tops Oddsboard

After a week away from competition, the PGA Tour returns this week with the 2023 World Wide Technology Championship.

This version of the tournament will look different than years past as El Camaleon Golf Club at Mayakoba will no longer serve as host. Welcoming golfers to the Tiger Woods designed El Cardonal at Diamante, the World Wide Technology Championship will see some of the biggest and brightest stars set foot on the par 72.

The betting action is led by Ludvig Aberg at +900. The young Swede has connected on six straight top 15s between the PGA Tour and DP World Tour, one of which included a playoff loss at the Sanderson Farms Championship. The 23-year-old is the rightful favorite and is followed closely by Cameron Young at +1200 and Sahith Theegala at +1400.

Young looks for his first career victory on the PGA Tour, a feat Theegala accomplished at the Fortinet Championship. The former Wake Forest Demon Deacon will tee it up for the first time since the BMW Championship in August and looks to impress following his snub from the U.S. Ryder Cup team.

Beau Hossler and Stephan Jaeger sit in the same boat at +2000 and +2500 respectively with 2023 regular season winners Emiliano Grillo and Lucas Glover rounding out those below +3000.

]2023 World Wide Technology Championship  Odds

Odds To Win World Wide Technology Championship
Ludvig Aberg+900
Cameron Young+1200
Sahith Theegala+1400
Beau Hossler+2000
Stephan Jaeger+2500
Emiliano Grillo+2500
Lucas Glover+2500
J.J. Spaun+3000
Akshay Bhatia+3000
Adam Svensson+3500
Thomas Detry+3500

Odds as of October 31

World Wide Technology Championship Picks

While the field isn't stacked, I still have a few picks and props to consider for the World Wide Technology Championship

Cameron Young To Win (+1200)

The reigning PGA Tour Rookie of the Year endured a sluggish sophomore campaign.

Highlighted by his runner-up performance at the WGC-Match Play, Young’s year fell short compared to his freshman stroll on the PGA Tour. Despite the relative letdown, he still connected on a pair of top 10s at major championships and cashed in on 10 top 20s.

On a golf course not seen before, Young should thrive on this resort-styled track as wide fairways and large greens will allow his ball striking to separate himself from the field.

J.J. Spaun To Win (+3000)

There have been few players more consistent than Spaun throughout the FedEx Cup Fall.

After snagging a T-11 finish at the Fortinet Championship, Spaun cashed in with a T-6 result at the Zozo Championship. His play in Japan marked his best finish since January and was the culmination of the entirety of his game coming together. He fired four under-par rounds at the Zozo Championship and ranks eighth in total strokes gained over the last three months.

During this same period, he checks in eighth in strokes gained tee-to-green and inside the top 25 in each tee-to-green metric. A proven winner on the PGA Tour, Spaun looks keen to adding win No. 2 to his resume.

Adam Svensson To Win (+3500)

The Canadian is quietly stringing together a tremendous fall swing. Kicking things off with back-to-back top 20s at the Sanderson Farms Championship and the Shriners Children’s Open, Svensson struck the ball beautifully and is just a hot putter away from winning.

It was around this time last season when he cashed in on his first career victory, and this type of golf course may be a great spot for him to add another. Over the last three months, he ranks fifth in this field in total strokes gained, seventh in strokes gained tee-to-green, 15th in strokes gained off the tee and 13th in strokes gained approach.

Ludvig Aberg Top-10 Finish (+120)

The 23-year-old is the clear cream of this crop and should give a serious charge into the World Wide Technology Championship. While Aberg has been shut out in nine prior starts on the PGA Tour, he has notched a victory on the DP World Tour at the European Masters just before the Ryder Cup.

In fact, over the last handful of months, there are few, if any, players in better form than Aberg. Six straight top-15 finishes include a victory, a 54-hole lead at the BMW PGA Championship and a playoff loss in Mississippi. He has since added a nice finish at the Shriners Children’s Open thanks to a closing 62 and has the look of a young star ready to enter the winner’s circle.

Over the last three months, he ranks third in total strokes gained, fourth in strokes gained off the tee and fourth in strokes gained approach. If the putter cooperates, Aberg should win this tournament, but if it doesn’t, a top-10 finish is a safe bet.

Beau Hossler Top-20 Finish (+130)

The former Texas Longhorn currently resides in the first position in the FedEx Cup Fall.

Standing at No. 51 in the season-long race and ready to pen his name into the field for the first two signature events of 2024, Hossler needs just couple more quality starts to do so.

He should relish the opportunity down in Mexico as he arrives off a strong Zozo Championship that saw him finish runner up to Collin Morikawa. Entering the weekend with the lead, Hossler was unable to convert his margin into a victory, but it proved to be another learning experience and should serve him well in future endeavors.

This followed a top 10 at the Shriners Children’s Open and a pair of top 30s in the Fortinet Championship and the Sanderson Farms Championship. He should have no issue finishing inside the top 20 of this field given his current run of form and what is on the line.

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