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The PGA Tour puts the finishing touches on its early season west coast swing when the Genesis Invitational 2022 tees off on Thursday, Feb. 17 at Riviera Country Club in California. The star-studded event will be hosted by Tiger Woods, with the golf legend expected to be in attendance all week. The 2022 Genesis Invitational field features the entire top 10, and 13 of the top 15 golfers in the world. The Genesis Invitational purse is $12 million, with the winner taking home $2.16 million. World No. 1 Jon Rahm is set to enter the tournament as the 9-1 betting favorite in the latest Genesis Invitational golf odds from Caesars Sportsbook. Other top contenders in the 2022 Genesis field include Patrick Cantlay (12-1), Justin Thomas (16-1), Dustin Johnson (18-1), Collin Morikawa (20-1), Xander Schauffele (22-1), and Rory McIlroy (22-1). Defending tournament champion Max Homa is listed at 40-1.

With his status as the No. 1 golfer in the world, Rahm will likely be a very popular PGA one and done pick this week. Is Rahm, who has two top-5 finishes already in 2022, a must-play? Or would it make more sense to go with another dominant golfer like Johnson, Thomas, Morikawa, or McIlroy? Before locking in your Genesis Invitational one and done picks, you need to see what SportsLine DFS pro and PGA expert Mike McClure has to say. 

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

McClure is a DFS legend with nearly $2 million in career winnings, and he's been red-hot on his golf picks dating back to the PGA Tour restart in June of 2020. McClure uses his proprietary simulation model to analyze the field and crush 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. Schauffele 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 all over Matthew Fitzpatrick. The 27-year-old went out and shot 14-under par for the tournament, finishing in a tie for sixth place, taking home $293,625.

Three weeks ago at the Farmers Insurance Open, McClure's top pick was 25-year-old Will Zalatoris. The result: Zalatoris finished in sole possession of second place, taking home $915,600. While he came up short against eventual winner Luke List in a one-hole playoff, Zalatoris' performance at Torrey Pines was huge for one and done players.

Four weeks ago at 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 listed Hideki Matsuyama among the top contenders. The reigning Masters champion went out and overcame a five-stroke deficit on the back nine of the final round to notch his eighth career PGA Tour victory.

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 in second with a score of 33-under par, while Berger secured a top-five finish with a score of 25-under par. Anybody that included them in their one and done picks is in great shape.

At the 2021 World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba in November, McClure's model was all over Viktor Hovland (18-1) winning his third PGA Tour title. At the 2021 Open Championship, McClure's best bets included Collin Morikawa winning outright even though he was listed as a massive 40-1 long shot. In addition, McClure's model was all over Jon Rahm's (10-1) first career major championship victory at the 2021 U.S. Open. 

McClure's model is also up nearly $10,000 on its best bets since the restart, nailing tournament after tournament. Anyone who has followed it has seen massive returns.

Now, McClure has dialed in on the 2022 Genesis Invitational golf tournament, and just locked in his one and done picks and PGA predictions. You can only see McClure's Genesis Invitational one and done picks at SportsLine.

2022 Genesis Invitational One and Done expert picks

One golfer McClure loves this week is world No. 3 Patrick Cantlay. The 29-year-old is fresh off an impressive second place finish at the Waste Management Phoenix Open last weekend, where he came up just short against Scottie Scheffler in a three-hole playoff. He's yet to finish outside of the top-10 in any tournament he's entered in 2022, and has finished within the top-5 three times. 

Cantlay is no stranger to success at Riviera, and always seems to be in contention during the final round every time he plays. His well-rounded skillset and ability to avoid costly mistakes has McClure believing the six-time PGA Tour winner is one of the safest One and Done picks in the Genesis field.  

How to make 2022 Genesis Invitational One and Done picks

McClure is also targeting a player for his Genesis Invitational Open one and done picks that is listed at 25-1 in the latest PGA odds. This player has been red-hot, but consistently flies under the radar and has the ability to win any tournament he enters. You can find out who it is, and check out all of McClure's Genesis Invitational One and Done picks at 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 one and done picks, all from the DFS pro with over $2 million in career winnings, and find out.