Tuesday, February 28, 2012

The Honda Classic Betting Odds

Rory McILroy: 15-2
Lee Westwood: 9-1
Tiger Woods: 10-1
Charl Schwartzel: 25-1
Keegan Bradley: 25-1
Padraig Harrington: 40-1
Louis Oosthuisen: 50-1
John Huh: 66-1
Vijay Singh: 80-1
Anthony Kim: 150-1

Complete field betting odds

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Accenture World Match Play Overview

Jack Nicklaus designed Ritz Carlton Golf Club at Dove Mountain

First round matches and tee times

Past winners of the event

Betting Odds

Golf Week Match Play Challenge

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Accenture World Match Play Betting Odds

The Jack Nicklaus designed Ritz Carlton Golf Club at Dove Mountain in Arizona.
Expect the unexpected at the Accenture World Match play this week. There is no such thing as an upset in this event as anyone can be anyone on a given day. Anything can happen in match play so it's very difficult to predict who will come out on top.

Here are some notable player betting lines for the tournament:

Rory McILroy: 11-1
Tiger Woods: 11-1
Luke Donald: 16-1
Lee Westwood: 16-1
Sergio Garcia: 20-1
Martin Kaymer: 22-1
Jason Day: 33-1
Keegan Bradley: 40-1
Geoff Ogilvy: 50-1
David Toms: 100-1

Monday, February 20, 2012

Accenture World Match Play Bracketology

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Sunday, February 19, 2012

Accenture World Match Play begins Wednesday

World number one Luke Donald is looking to go back to back at the World Match Play.
The Accenture World Match Play kicks off Wednesday with the top 64 available players in the world rankings vying to win six consecutive matches in the single elimination format.

The event began in 1999 and is now played at the Jack Nicklaus designed Ritz Carlton Golf Club at Dove Mountain in Arizona.

World number one Luke Donald is the defending champion and will look to become the first back to back winner since Tiger Woods did it in 2003 and 2004.

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Northern Trust Open: Betting Odds

Phil Mickelson is coming off a stellar performance last week and he won the the Northern Trust Open in 2008 and 2009. Aaron Baddely is the defending champion and coming off a good week at Pebble Beach. Steve Stricker, Charles Howell III, and Adam Scott are all recent winners of the event. Luke Donald, Sergio Garcia, Jason Day, and many other great players are in the field this week.

Tiger Woods adds Honda to schedule, will play three straight

With the Masters less than two months away, Tiger Woods appears to be very serious about getting in as many reps as possible in preparation for the the first major of 2012. He announced today that he will be adding the Honda Classic to his upcoming schedule.

Woods will play three straight weeks beginning with the Accenture Match Play Feb 22nd, the Honda Classic March 1-4, and Doral March 8-11.

Monday, February 13, 2012

Phil Mickelson: From pathetic to phenomenal

With his flawless final round 64 Sunday to win the Pebble Beach Pro-Am, Phil Mickelson showed how fast things can change in the life of a professional golfer.

Just a few weeks ago, Mickelson was playing extremely inconsistent, missed a cut, called his own play pathetic, and admittedly questioned whether or not he was working on the proper things. He complained that he was unable to stayed focused throughout his rounds. 

On Sunday, paired with Tiger Woods, Mickelson played one of the best rounds of his life. He made six birdies as well as an eagle, and drained two long putts to save par when he found trouble. He admitted afterword that playing with Woods amps him up and heightens his focus to the highest levels.

Monday, February 6, 2012

Pebble Beach Pro-Am: Betting Odds

Tiger Woods makes his 2012 PGA Tour debut this week at the Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Phil Mickelson, Rickie Fowler, Dustin Johnson, Hunter Mahan, and Nick Watney will be among the American players in action as well. Should be an exciting tournament at an outstanding venue.

Here are the betting odds for notable players:

Tiger Woods: 5-1
Phil Mickelson: 20-1
Dustin Johnson: 20-1
Hunter Mahan: 20-1
Nick Watney: 20-1
Rickie Fowler: 25-1
Spencer Levin: 33-1
Sean O'Hair: 50-1
Bud Cauley: 66-1
David Duval: 250-1