Omar Uresti enters the 2022 Barbasol Championship at Keene Trace Golf Club with +91666 odds. He made the cut and finished 67th in his last event, the John Deere Classic. Before he tees off in Nicholasville, Kentucky, let’s break down his recent form to help you make your best bets on Uresti in this event.
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Omar Uresti: Recent Form
- Uresti finished 67th in his only finish over his last three events.
- In the past three times he has played a tournament, he’s made the cut once.
- Uresti has not finished within five strokes of the winner or carded a better-than-average score in any of his past three tournaments.
- He finished with a score of even par in his only recent appearance.
Uresti: Recent Rounds
- Uresti has finished below par twice and carded one round with a better-than-average score over his last eight rounds played.
- He has not finished any of his last eight rounds with one of the 10 best scores of the day.
- Uresti has carded a score within five shots of the day’s best in one of his last eight rounds.
Uresti: Last Outing
- Uresti fared better on par 3s than most players his last time out, carding a birdie or better on three of the 16 par-3 holes at the John Deere Classic (the other participants averaged 1.9).
- On the 16 par-3 holes at the John Deere Classic, Uresti carded two bogeys or worse, which was equal to the field average.
- Uresti’s six birdies or better on par-4 holes at the John Deere Classic were less than the field average (6.9).
- In that last outing, Uresti’s showing on the 44 par-4 holes included a bogey or worse six times (compared to the field’s better average of 5.2).
- Uresti finished the John Deere Classic underperforming compared to the field’s average of birdies or better on par-5 holes (3.7), with three on the 12 par-5 holes.
- On the 12 par-5 holes at the John Deere Classic, Uresti had three bogeys or worse, more than the field’s average (0.8).