2024 Mexico Open odds: This four-time Tour winner is our long-shot pick

PGA TOur pro Charley Hoffman waves to fans on green at 2024 WM Phoenix Open

Charley Hoffman has shown some flashes of elite play recently.

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The 2024 Mexico Open at Vidanta kicks off Thursday, February 22, and we’re picking a long shot who has won four times on the PGA Tour. Here’s our pick, the Mexico Open odds, betting favorites and everything else you need to know.

Mexico Open odds: Long-shot bet

For this week’s event in Mexico, we’re picking Charley Hoffman as our long-shot to win at +6600.

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Hoffman has been in the news more than normal lately. A week ago at the Genesis Invitational, Hoffman revealed that he had called tournament host Tiger Woods to ask for a spot, but he was turned down. Instead, he played his way into the Genesis field, mostly thanks to a runner-up finish at the WM Phoenix Open two weeks ago.

Hoffman started off strong at Riviera with a 69, but faltered in the final three rounds to finish 50th.

If you put $10 on Hoffman to win and he claims the title, you’ll earn $660. For insurance, consider placing additional small bets on Hoffman to finish top 10 and top 20.

Looking for more long-shot bets for the Mexico Open? Our honorable mentions this week are Mackenzie Hughes (+5500) and S.H. Kim (+6000).

Mexico Open odds: The favorites

Leading the way as the betting favorite in Mexico is Tony Finau (+800), who won last year’s Mexico Open.

Coming in second on the odds list behind Finau is Nicolai Hojgaard at +1600. Emiliano Grillo and Stephan Jaeger are knotted at +2200 odds-to-win.

You can see the top 15 in Mexico Open betting odds as of Tuesday afternoon below or head over to BetMGM to see the full list of odds and bets for this week.

2024 Mexico Open betting odds (Top 15 and ties)

Tony Finau (+800)
Nicolai Hojgaard (+1600)
Emiliano Grillo (+2200)
Stephan Jaeger (+2200)
Keith Mitchell (+2500)
Taylor Pendrith (+2500)
Thomas Detry (+2500)
Davis Thompson (+3300)
Erik van Rooyen (+3300)
Patrick Rodgers (+3300)
Thorbjorn Olesen (+3300)
Brandon Wu (+3500)
Ryan Fox (+3500)
Aaron Rai (+4000)
Doug Ghim (+4000)
Jake Knapp (+4000)
Mark Hubbard (+4000)

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