Mexico Open PGA Tour Event 2023 Predictions, Odds and Analysis

Mexico Open PGA Tour Event 2023 – John Rahm, world No.1 golfer, returns after taking time off for rest and recuperation at Mexico Open where the course promises to be exciting and difficult. 

Since it first debuted on the PGA Tour last year, this tournament quickly became a fan favorite. While many of the world’s top golfers may not attend due to competing in recent events like Zurich Open and Masters, its course will surely showcase impressive talent. Prepare for some exciting golf action at Vidanta Vallarta, one of Latin America’s premier courses offering both short and long drives with wind being an influential factor. Top golfers like Tony Finau and John Rahm enjoy this course due to its increased humidity which softens the greens more, providing them with an ideal opportunity to fine-tune their skills before the second Major of the year.

Since 1944, when it first began at Club de Golf Chapultepec in Mexico City – home of the World Golf Championship for several years. The Mexico Open was relocated to Puerto Vallarta after it was approved for play on the PGA Tour.

As golfers prepare for the PGA Championship, playing at the Mexico Open is an invaluable opportunity to assess one’s skills against Jon Rahm – providing both players and spectators with invaluable experiences that test both mind and body. Without further delay, we will cover this thrilling event with all your favorites and the most competitive golf betting odds available to ensure a thrilling experience.

Here are Some Favorite Golfers to Win:

Mexico Open PGA Tour Event 2023Jon Rahm +320

He won the Masters, Genesis Open, American Express, Sentry and was a defending champion of Mexico Open and also the current world number one golfer. He’s having an outstanding year, continually refining his game and taking on top competitors like Scottie Scheffler. He decided to skip the Zurich Open in order to defend his crown at Vidanta Golf Course – an arena he appreciates for both its challenging course and surrounding cityscape. Perhaps he’ll take more risks in this tournament and use bolder shot selections to sharpen his skills and develop new weapons before heading into the PGA Championship on May 21st.

Tony Finau +800

He’s already secured one victory this year at the Houston Open, but has recently fallen away, placing 26th at Masters and 31st at RBC Heritage respectively. However, he loves Puerto Vallarta due to its expansive fairways which pair perfectly with his powerful drive; making this course ideal. At the last Mexico Open, he finished second and gave John Rahm a run for his money. If he brings his A game to Vidanta, he could win both championships – potentially his sixth overall and his second of this season.

Aaron Wise +1600

He hasn’t been at his best lately and missed out on The Masters due to not receiving an invite. In his last significant outing at WGC Dell Match Play where he finished 31st place overall despite failing to make cuts at The Players and Arnold Palmer events, this would indicate an ability to maintain his level of play for another title run; but since his recent layoff could either benefit him or work against him.

Jhonattan Vegas +1000

Since he failed to qualify for the Valspar Championship and missed out on making the cut, he’s had plenty of time to train and sharpen up his short game, which can sometimes be his Achilles heel. Following his victory at the RBC Canadian Open 2017, he is looking to add another crown. Though he possesses all of the skills required, recent lack of top-level competition may pose some obstacles for success.

Kurt Kitayama +2000

He’s had an exceptional start this year, taking home his maiden championship win at Arnold Palmer Invitational where he showcased some impressive golf skills. He placed fifth at the WGC Dell Match Play but failed to make the cut at both Masters and RBC Heritage events, suggesting some issues with shot selection as well as desperation in his game. But he knows the course well; having finished second at the last Mexico Open and with his powerful drive perfectly suited to this terrain. If he can remain calm throughout his rounds, he could become one of the toughest contenders for victory at this year’s Mexico Open.
Keep an eye on this thrilling game and place your bets on your best golfer by following the golf betting guide.