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The final regular season tournament of the PGA Tour’s 2022-2023 campaign is upon us.

The Wyndham Championship is the last event before the FedEx Cup playoffs, where 70 players qualify for the FedEx St. Jude Championship.

From that tournament at TPC Southwind in Tennessee, 50 will advance to the BMW Championship at Olympia Fields, before the final 30 battle it out at the Tour Championship at East Lake.

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But before that, a host of big names will tee it up at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, North Carolina with the hope of boosting their FedEx Cup position.

Tom Kim, the champion in 2022, has been forced to withdraw from his title defence due to a sprained ankle after finishing in a tie for second in The Open at Royal Liverpool.

But there will still be some major champions in an impressive cast list for this year’s event.

Justin Thomas, desperately looking to find some form to make the FedEx Cup playoffs, will be in the field, alongside fellow major winners Adam Scott, Shane Lowry and Gary Woodland.

Ryder Cup captains Zach Johnson and Luke Donald will also be teeing it up, no doubt keeping a close eye on their players with the biennial battle in Rome fast approaching.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Wyndham Championship…

Wyndham Championship 2023 details 

Course: Sedgefield Country Club, Greensboro

Course stats: Par 70, 7,117 yards

Defending champion: Tom Kim

Purse: $7,600,000

Winner’s share: $1,368,000

Wyndham Championship betting tips

Here’s who the bookies fancy to do well this week…

Hideki Matusyama 18/1

Sungjae Im 18/1

Sam Burns 20/1

Russell Henley 22/1

Shane Lowry 25/1

Adam Scott 25/1

Ludvig Aberg 28/1

Justin Thomas 28/1

Si Woo Kim 28/1

The bunkered Bet

Denny McCarthy 33/1

Sedgefield is perennially one of the easiest on the PGA Tour, as six of the last seven events have been won on a score of at least 20-under-par. Consistent approach play and a hot putter will likely be the key to victory, so McCarthy fits that bill. The American took last week off after missing the cut at Royal Liverpool, but he finished T6 and T7 in two starts prior to the Open. McCarthy is one of the best scorers and putters in the field, and has four finishes inside the top 36 in five starts at the Wyndham Championship.

Odds correct at time of publishing. Please gamble responsibly. 

How to watch

Here’s how you can tune into the action in North Carolina…

Thursday: Sky Sports Golf, 7pm

Friday: Sky Sports Golf, 6pm

Saturday: Sky Sports Golf, 5pm

Sunday: Sky Sports Golf, 5pm

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