The Phoenix Open 2019 Waste Management has a field of 132 golfers vying for a $ 7.1 million scholarship, of which about 1.3 million go to the winner. The tournament takes place every year the same week as the Super Bowl and attracts a rowdy crowd that will host the TPC Scottsdale. The latest weather forecasts in Phoenix announce sunny skies and light winds Thursday and Friday, offering spectators and golfers a respite from the polar vortex that the rest of the country is experiencing. The latest 2019 Waste Management 2019 Phoenix Open list, Jon Rahm, is Vegas' favorite at 7-1, with Justin Thomas, who missed the cup in two of his last three starts at this event, starting at 9-1. Before you lock in any of your Phoenix Open 2019 waste management choices, be sure to check out the latest PGA forecasts from the proven SportsLine computer model.

The SportsLine prediction model, built by DFS professional Mike McClure, has allowed four of the last eight major to get involved in the weekend and has called Tiger Woods' deep race into the PGA Championship, despite a long shot of 25-1. The model was developed early in the 2018-19 season. He was everywhere Rahm (12-1) at the Hero World Challenge 2018, projecting it from the start. He also correctly predicted the victory of Brooks Koepka (9-1) at the 2018 World Cup earlier this season. In addition, he correctly called the victory of Bryson DeChambeau (9-1) on seven shots at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic. All who followed the model are huge.

Now that the Phoenix Open 2019 field is locked, SportsLine has simulated the event 10,000 times and the results have been surprising. The model claims a shock: Hideki Matsuyama, double champion of this event and one of the big favorites of Vegas, succeeds strongly, but does not reach the title.

The announcement of Matsuyama's three rounds ended early at this event last year. After winning the Phoenix Open in 2016 and 17, Matsuyama had to pull out of last year's tournament due to a left wrist injury. Although he has dominated this course in recent years, he has finished at the top of a tournament standings only since his triumph in 2017, the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational two years ago. . In addition, Matsuyama finished 18th or worse in three of his last four starts on the PGA Tour. There are far better values ​​to have in this open Phoenix Open 2019 field than the premium it commands.

Another surprise: Rickie Fowler, a long shot 18-1, made a strong performance in the title. It is a target for those looking for a big salary.

Fowler quickly started the 2018-2019 PGA Tour season and finished fourth at the Shriners Children's Hospital Open. He then made a strong performance at the Mayakoba Golf Classic, where he shot the four rounds in the '60s. He also finished fifth at the Hero World Challenge, an unofficial event bringing together 18 of the world's top golfers.

Fowler's regular play this season places him in the top 20 average scores (70,082) and bird (4.92), which will allow him to quickly climb the rankings of the Phoenix Open Waste Management 2019. In addition, he finished 11th or better in his last three starts of this event. He has a much better chance of winning than his chances imply. It is therefore a target for those looking for a huge salary.

In addition, the model indicates that five additional golfers with a rating of 18-1 or higher at the Phoenix Open make a solid run for the title. Anyone who supports these outsiders could hit hard.

So, who wins the Phoenix Open 2019 Waste Management? And what long shots are dizzying the world of golf? Check out the odds below and visit SportsLine now to see the complete ranking of the Waste Management Phoenix Open 2019 project projections based on the model that describes the winners of four major golf tournaments and find out.

Jon Rahm 7-1
Justin Thomas 9-1
Hideki Matsuyama 14-1
Xander Schauffele 14-1
Gary Woodland 18-1
Rickie Fowler 18-1
Webb Simpson 18-1
Tony Finau 20-1
Phil Mickelson 22-1
Matt Kuchar 25-1
Cameron Smith 28-1