The Chevron Championship 2022: Preview, betting tips & how to watch

Chevron Championship 2022

This week the women’s major season gets under way at the Chevron Championship.

This year marks the event’s 40th year as a major, and a huge field will assemble at Mission Hills.

It’s the final time it will be held at the course before it heads to a new venue in 2023.

One player who won’t be there is world No.2 Nelly Korda, who has failed to recover from a blood clot in time.

But the rest of the biggest names in women’s golf will battle it out over four days for major glory.

Here’s everything you need to know...

Chevron Championship 2022 details

Course: Mission Hills Country Club

Course stats: Par 72, 6,763 yards

Defending champion: Patty Tavatanakit

Purse: $5 million

Winner’s share: $750,000

Chevron Championship 2022 betting tips

Here's how they stack up at the moment...

Jin Young Ko 5/1

Lydia Ko 11/1

Danielle Kang 12/1

Minjee Lee 16/1

Lexi Thompson 16/1

Inbee Park 20/1 

Xiyu Lin 20/1

Jeong Eun Lee6 22/1

Atthaya Thitikul 25/1

Leona Maguire 28/1

The bunkered Bet

Nanna Koerstz Madsen (40/1): Has finished first and second in her last two starts and is absolutely flying at the moment. Can she break her major duck?

Odds available during the week of the tournament and are correct at the time of publishing. Always gamble responsibly.

Chevron Championship 2022: How can I watch?

Sky Sports has live coverage in the UK. You can watch on its dedicated golf channel between 5pm and 9pm each day.

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