2022 Genesis Invitational one and done picks, expert PGA predictions, betting tips from legendary pro DFS

The 2022 Genesis Invitational is set to begin Thursday, February 17 at Riviera Country Club in California. Tiger Woods returns as tournament host and will be present throughout the event. In what has become an annual tradition, the 2022 Genesis Invitational field is filled with many of the best golfers in the world ready to participate. The Genesis Invitational scholarship is $22 million and the winner will take home $2.16 million. World No. 1 Jon Rahm is the 9-1 betting favorite in the latest Genesis Invitational golf odds from Caesars Sportsbook. Also among the top contenders in the Genesis Invitational at Caesars. Defending tournament champion Max Homa (40-1) is also in the Genesis 2022 squad.

With his record of success at Riviera, two-time Genesis champion Bubba Watson (40-1) is likely to be a very popular PGA and a pick made this week. Watson, the world No. 53 player, is he essential? Or would it make more sense to go with another big name golfer like Rahm, Thomas, Cantlay or Morikawa? Before you lock in your Genesis Invitational one and your picks complete, you need to see what SportsLine DFS pro and PGA pundit Mike McClure has to say.

The One and Done format is growing in popularity. It has several notable similarities to NFL Survivor pools, the main difference being that entries are not eliminated with a bad week. Players select one golfer per week and earn points based on the selected golfer’s prize money for that tournament. Golfers can only be used once per season, and the points format makes major tournaments and big tournaments critical.

McClure is a DFS legend with nearly $2 million in career earnings, and he’s been scorching on his golf picks since the PGA Tour restarted in June 2020. McClure uses his proprietary simulation model to analyze the course and smash his golf picks.

Last week at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, McClure’s top three One and Done picks were Xander Schaffele, Brooks Koepka and Louis Oosthuizen. Schauele and Koepka finished T-3, one stroke behind the leaders, which was good for $434,600 each. Oosthuizen finished T-14 and won $133,250.

Two weeks ago at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, McClure was everywhere with Matthew Fitzpatrick. The 27-year-old came out and shot 14 under par for the tournament, finishing tied for sixth place, taking home $293,625.

Three weeks ago at the Farmers Insurance Open, McClure’s first pick was 25-year-old Will Zalatoris. The result: Zalatoris finished in sole possession of second place, winning $915,600. While falling short against eventual winner Luke List in a one-hole playoff, Zalatoris’ performance at Torrey Pines was huge for a player and a finished player.

Four weeks ago on The American Express, McClure was all over Patrick Cantlay and Sungjae Im, who finished 9th ($222,300) and T-11 ($184,300), respectively.

Five weeks ago at the Sony Open, McClure’s model ranked Hideki Matsuyama as a top contender. The defending Masters champion came out and overcame a five-stroke deficit in the final nine of the final round to earn his eighth career PGA Tour win.

Six weeks ago at the Sentry Tournament of Champions, McClure included Jon Rahm and Daniel Berger among his top PGA picks. The result: Rahm came second with a score of 33 under par, while Berger was in the top five with a score of 25 under par. Everyone who has included them in their unique picks is in great shape.

At the 2021 World Tech Championship in Mayakoba in November, McClure’s role model was everywhere Viktor Hovland (18-1) won his third PGA Tour title. At The 2021 Open Championship, McClure’s best bets included winning Collin Morikawa even though it was listed as a whopping 40-1 from afar. Additionally, McClure’s pattern was all over Jon Rahm’s first career major championship win (10-1) at the 2021 US Open.

McClure’s model has also earned nearly $10,000 on his best bets since the restart, nailing tournament after tournament. Everyone who followed him saw massive returns.

Now, McClure has competed in the 2022 Genesis Invitational golf tournament, and has just locked in his unique picks and PGA predictions. You can only see McClure’s Genesis Invitational and picks made on SportsLine.

Expert’s Choice Genesis Invitational One and Done 2022

One golfer McClure will be supporting at Riviera is Patrick Cantlay. The No. 3 player in the world is coming off an impressive second-place finish last weekend at the Waste Management Open where he fell to eventual champion Scottie Scheffler in the playoffs. Cantlay has finished in the top 10 in all four tournaments he has entered in 2022, and in the top five on three occasions, making him one of the safest options in the Genesis realm.

Cantlay finished T-15 in 2021, T-17 in 2020 and T-15 in 2019 at Riviera, and he is currently playing the best golf of his career. On a notoriously difficult course, Cantlay’s ability to avoid costly mistakes could be a major factor. McClure is building on Cantlay’s recent form and run history and expects the 29-year-old to be in contention on Sunday. If that turns out to be the case, the Cantlay will be a great One and Done choice for the 2022 Genesis Invitational.

How to Make Genesis Invitational One and Done 2022 Picks

McClure is also targeting a player for his Genesis Invitational Open and picks made which are listed at 25-1 in the latest PGA odds. This player has been hot, but constantly flies under the radar and has the ability to win any tournament he enters. You can find out who it is and see all of McClure’s Genesis Invitational One and Done picks on SportsLine.

Who wins the 2022 Genesis Invitational? And which golfers should you target for your PGA one and done picks this week? Visit SportsLine now to get Mike McClure’s Genesis Invitational and picks made, all from the DFS pro with over $2 million in career earnings, and find out.