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2016 Sony Open Odds & Free Value Picks

January 13th, 2016 by Lou Palumbo (Head Columnist) | Posted in Golf / PGA Tour   Comments Off on 2016 Sony Open Odds & Free Value Picks
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The first open PGA tour event of the 2016 season starts on Thursday, January 14th.  Back to back winner, Jimmy Walker (11 to 1 odds) will look to capture this opening tournament for the third straight season.  Standing in his way is a fairly strong field.  The field includes FedEx Cup point leader, Kevin Kisner (16 to 1 odds) who is the second favorite on the board.  The rest of this tournament’s entrants includes the popular pick in Adam Scott (21 to 1) as well as other young tour studs such as Justin Thomas (Current Odds; 21 to 1)Harris English (Odds to win: 32 to 1). The Sony open will also feature some tour winning veterans such as Zach Johnson (23 to 1), Brandt Snedeker (19 to 1), & Graeme McDowell (40 to 1).

2016 Sony Open General Tournament Info
 Dates: Thursday, January 14th to Sunday, January 17th, 2016
Sony Open Tournament Location: Waialae CC, Honolulu, HI
Defending 2015 Sony Open Winner: Jimmy Walker (11 to 1)
Sony Open TV Coverage – Network: Golf Channel (All Weekend)

Value Picks:
As for our Sony Open value picks, the Bankroll Sports handicappers see the one-plane swinging, Matt Kucher as very solid value bet. 21 to 1 is a tremendous value price on Kucher who seems to be offered at value quite often.  I’d have a hard time being convinced that 5Dimes Sportsbook isn’t currently offering Harris English (32 to 1) & Graeme McDowell (41 to 1) at some highly discounted prices.  As for a small dark-horse, we’ll look to the big-hitting Gary Woodland as a play worth a few dollars, as 79 to 1 is some serious long shot odds.  Check below for the full list of 2016 Sony Open future odds and be sure to post your picks in the comments below.

Latest Odds to win the 2016 Sony Open @ 5Dimes (as of 1/13/12):
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Jimmy Walker  +1100
Kevin Kisner  +1600
Brandt Snedeker  +1900
Adam Scott  +2100
Justin Thomas  +2100
Matt Kuchar  +2100
Zach Johnson  +2300
Russell Henley  +2400
Marc Leishman  +2600
Kevin Na  +3000
Harris English  +3200
Charles Howell III  +3525
Chris Kirk  +3700
Russell Knox  +3700
Danny Lee  +4100
Graeme McDowell  +4100
Ryan Palmer  +4100
Daniel Berger  +4200
Will Wilcox  +4400
Emiliano Grillo  +4700
Patton Kizzire  +4700
Scott Piercy  +4700
Keegan Bradley  +5100
Luke Donald  +5400
Tony Finau  +5400
Jason Dufner  +6400
Peter Malnati  +6400
David Lingmerth  +6700
Francesco Molinari  +7200
Jerry Kelly  +7200
Padraig Harrington  +7200
Webb Simpson  +7200
Gary Woodland  +7900
William McGirt  +7900
Daniel Summerhays  +9200
Fabian Gomez  +9200
Graham DeLaet  +9200
Johnson Wagner  +9200
Steven Bowditch  +9200
Brian Harman  +9900
Brendon Todd  +10600
Ben Martin  +11900
Brendon de Jonge  +11900
David Hearn  +11900
Rory Sabbatini  +11900
Lucas Glover  +13300
Troy Merritt  +13300
Zac Blair  +13300
Camilo Villegas  +13900
Hudson Swafford  +13900
Pat Perez  +13900
Chad Campbell  +14600
Boo Weekley  +15300
Ryo Ishikawa  +15300
James Hahn  +15600
Jamie Lovemark  +15900
Morgan Hoffmann  +15900
Sean O’Hair  +15900
Spencer Levin  +15900
Steve Stricker  +15900
Colt Knost  +16600
Shawn Stefani  +16900
Cameron Smith  +17300
George McNeill  +17600
Jim Herman  +17900
Alex Cejka  +18300
Scott Stallings  +18300
Jeff Overton  +18600
Roberto Castro  +18600
John Senden  +19200
Harold Varner III  +19500
Chris Stroud  +20300
Michael Thompson  +21500
Tom Hoge  +21600
Carl Pettersson  +22300
Jonas Blixt  +24300
K.J. Choi  +24300
Davis Love III  +25000
J.J. Henry  +25000
Greg Owen  +25600
Ricky Barnes  +25600
Seung-Yul Noh  +25600
Si Woo Kim  +25900
Derek Fathauer  +26300
John Huh  +26300
Tim Clark  +26900
Carlos Ortiz  +27900
Chez Reavie  +28300
Erik Compton  +28900
Stewart Cink  +28900
Jon Curran  +29600
Kyle Stanley  +29600
Michael Kim  +29600
Adam Hadwin  +29900
Bronson Burgoon  +30000
Chad Collins  +30000
Henrik Norlander  +30000
Hiroshi Iwata  +30000
Vijay Singh  +30000
Hao-Tong Li  +30300
Tyrone Van Aswegen  +30300
Dawie Van Der Walt  +30600
Mark Wilson  +30600
Brett Stegmaier  +33600
Scott Pinckney  +34300
Kyle Reifers  +34600
D.H. Lee  +35000
Daisuke Kataoka  +35000
Hyung-Sung Kim  +35000
Mark Hubbard  +35000
Tyler Aldridge  +37600
Sam Saunders  +39000
Blake Adams  +40000
Brian Gay  +40000
Stuart Appleby  +40000
Sung Kang  +40000
Tim Wilkinson  +40000
Ben Crane  +40900
Hideto Tanihara  +41900
Yusaku Miyazato  +42600
Nick Taylor  +43300
Derek Ernst  +43900
Whee Kim  +44900
Charlie Beljan  +45000
Jason Gore  +45300
Will MacKenzie  +47600
Miguel Angel Carballo  +50000
Miguel Tabuena  +50000
Steve Wheatcroft  +50000
Toshinori Muto  +50000
Fred Funk  +95000
Garrett Okamura  +95000
Parker McLachlin  +95000
Rob Oppenheim  +95000
Robert Allenby  +95000
Satoshi Kodaira  +95000
Shane Bertsch  +95000
Shawn Lu  +95000

2015 British Open Odds & Free British Open Picks

July 11th, 2015 by Lou Palumbo (Head Columnist) | Posted in Golf / PGA Tour   Comments Off on 2015 British Open Odds & Free British Open Picks
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2015 Open Championship (British Open): Sleeper Picks & Tournament Info
British Open Tournament Dates: Thursday, July 16th to Sunday, July 19th

Course & Location: Old Course at St. Andrews (St. Andrews, Scotland)
Current Favorite To Win The 2015 British Open: Jordan Speith (6 to 1)
Defending Champion (@ Royal Liverpool): Rory McIlroy (Not Playing)

Free British Open Picks (Sleeper & Value Plays)
Thursday, 7/16 (First Round) @ 4:00am on ESPN
Friday, 7/17 (Second Round) @ 4:00am on ESPN
Saturday, 7/18 (Third Round) @ 7:00am on ESPN
Thursday, 7/19 (Final Round): 6:00am ESPN
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st-andrews-2015As expected, the 21-year-old Texan, Jordan Speith (Odds: 6 to 1), is listed as the current favorite to win the 2015 Open Championship.   Jordan continues his quest for the holy grail of legendary golf: The true Grand Slam.  Speith was offered to the public at approximately 12 to 1 for the 2015 masters & 8 to 1 for the U.S. Open.  Turns out, these were tremendous values.  At most books his odds for the British jumped after Rory McIlroy’s withdraw due to an ruptured left ankle.  You can still get Jordan currently at 6 to 1 at 5 Dimes Sportsbook.  

Free British Open Picks (Sleeper & Value Plays)
Jimmy Walker: (85 to 1 at Five Dimes)
Rickie Fowler (30 to 1 at JustBet Sportsbook)
Sergio Garcia (36 to 1 at  Five Dimes)
Graham DeLaet (385 to 1 at Five Dimes)
J.B. Holmes (95 to 1 at Five Dimes)

Other notables and their odds for the 2015 British Open include:

  • Bubba Watson (36 to 1) – Bubba didn’t fair so well in the U.S. Open, but it appeared Chambers Bay wasn’t best suited for his game, as next week he went on to win the Travelers Championship at TPC River Highlands.
  • J.B. Holmes (95 – 1) – We love J.B. this weekend and see 80 to 1 as a bargain.  He’s now ranked 13th in the world.  He now has 5 Top Ten finishes along with a win (at the Shell Houston Open) and two 2nd place finishes in his 24 events played.  The fact that he has played in almost every tournament this year (and made the cut in almost all of them) tells us something.  It shows that this big smasher of the golf ball is in great shape and ready for the trip across the pond.  If J.B. is going to win a major, this is the year he is going to do it.  95 to 1 is a super bargain with Holmes.
  • Rickie Fowler (25 to 1) – Nobody is more due to win a major than Rickie in our opinion.  He quietly finished second in 3 of 4 majors last year including a 2nd place finish at the British.  We like him to have a strong showing at St. Andrews.
  • Tiger Woods (30 to 1) – This is obviously a sell at 30 to 1 (at least it should be obvious).  He has not been able to put together a very strong weekend yet this year.  If you’re a Tiger fan, 30 to 1 odds may be temping, but you’d be betting with your heart instead of your brain.
  • Phil Mickelson (38 to 1) – It seems everyone is a Phil fan and every tournament is always more exciting when the big lefty is in the hunt.  However, believe it or not, Phil hasn’t won a tournament since 2013.  If you are looking for value, it’s probably best to pass on Phil Mickelson unless you can get more than 50 to 1 odds.

British Open Winners (Since 2000)
2014 – Rory McIlroy
2013 – Phil Mickelson

2012 – Ernie Els
2011 – Darren Clarke
2010 – Louis Oosthuizen
2009 – Stewart Cink
2008 – Padraig Harrington
2007 – Padraig Harrington
2006 – Tiger Woods
2005 – Tiger Woods
2004 – Todd Hamilton
2003 – Ben Curtis
2002 – Ernie Els
2001 – David Duval
2000 – Tiger Woods

Latest 2016 British Open Odds at 5 Dimes Sportsbook (as of 7/13/16):
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Jordan Spieth 6 to 1
Dustin Johnson 11 to 1
Rickie Fowler 16 to 1
Justin Rose 17 to 1
Louis Oosthuizen 19 to 1
Henrik Stenson 20 to 1
Adam Scott 21 to 1
Tiger Woods 30 to 1
Jason Day 34 to 1
Bubba Watson 36 to 1
Sergio Garcia 36 to 1
Hideki Matsuyama 38 to 1
Paul Casey 38 to 1
Phil Mickelson 38 to 1
Martin Kaymer 40 to 1
Shane Lowry 42 to 1
Branden Grace 45 to 1
Brandt Snedeker 45 to 1
Matt Kuchar 60 to 1
Brooks Koepka 66 to 1
Patrick Reed 70 to 1
Jimmy Walker 85 to 1
Tommy Fleetwood 85 to 1
Victor Dubuisson 85 to 1
Bernd Wiesberger 90 to 1
Ian Poulter 95 to 1
J.B. Holmes 95 to 1
Lee Westwood 95 to 1
Charl Schwartzel 100 to 1
Luke Donald 100 to 1
Francesco Molinari 110 to 1
Kevin Kisner 110 to 1
Danny Willett 125 to 1
Jim Furyk 125 to 1
Zach Johnson 125 to 1
Byeong-Hun An 135 to 1
Joost Luiten 135 to 1
Billy Horschel 155 to 1
Graeme McDowell 155 to 1
Danny Lee 165 to 1
Marc Warren 165 to 1
Ryan Palmer 165 to 1
David Howell 200 to 1
Jason Dufner 215 to 1
Keegan Bradley 215 to 1
Padraig Harrington 215 to 1
Rafa Cabrera Bello 215 to 1
Ernie Els 225 to 1
Jamie Donaldson 225 to 1
Eddie Pepperell 235 to 1
Miguel Angel Jimenez 235 to 1
Hunter Mahan 255 to 1
Russell Knox 255 to 1
Ross Fisher 265 to 1
Geoff Ogilvy 275 to 1
Angel Cabrera 285 to 1
Thomas Bjorn 285 to 1
Ryan Moore 300 to 1
Gary Woodland 315 to 1
Thongchai Jaidee 315 to 1
Stephen Gallacher 325 to 1
Bill Haas 335 to 1
George Coetzee 335 to 1
Marc Leishman 345 to 1
Andy Sullivan 355 to 1
Retief Goosen 355 to 1
Russell Henley 355 to 1
Alexander Levy 365 to 1
James Morrison 365 to 1
Ben Martin 385 to 1
Graham DeLaet 385 to 1
Harris English 395 to 1
John Senden 425 to 1
Pablo Larrazabal 425 to 1
David Lingmerth 435 to 1
Webb Simpson 435 to 1
Charley Hoffman 445 to 1
Richie Ramsay 450 to 1
Jonas Blixt 455 to 1
Raphael Jacquelin 455 to 1
Soren Kjeldsen 455 to 1
Kevin Na 465 to 1
Tyrell Hatton 465 to 1
Brendon Todd 475 to 1
Thorbjorn Olesen 500 to 1
Robert Streb 515 to 1
Mikko Ilonen 525 to 1
Thomas Aiken 525 to 1
Steven Bowditch 535 to 1
Steve Stricker 550 to 1
Paul Lawrie 615 to 1
Brian Harman 655 to 1
Daniel Berger 675 to 1
Matteo Manassero 675 to 1
Kevin Streelman 685 to 1
Matt Jones 685 to 1
Cameron Tringale 715 to 1
Kiradech Aphibarnrat 735 to 1
Morgan Hoffmann 755 to 1
Carl Pettersson 765 to 1
Anirban Lahiri 775 to 1
Jaco Van Zyl 800 to 1
James Hahn 800 to 1
Marcel Siem 825 to 1
Edoardo Molinari 835 to 1
David Hearn 845 to 1
Stewart Cink 855 to 1
Darren Clarke 875 to 1
Greg Owen 88 to 1
Bernhard Langer 91500
Adam Bland 1000 to 1
Alister Balcombe 1000 to 1
Anthony Wall 1000 to 1
Ashley Chesters 1000 to 1
Ben Curtis 1000 to 1
Ben Taylor 1000 to 1
Brett Rumford 1000 to 1
Daniel Brooks 1000 to 1
David Duval 1000 to 1
David Lipsky 1000 to 1
Gary Boyd 1000 to 1
Greg Chalmers 1000 to 1
Gunn Yang 1000 to 1
Hiroshi Iwata 1000 to 1
Hiroyuki Fujita 1000 to 1
John Daly 1000 to 1
Jonathan Moore 1000 to 1
Jordan Niebrugge 1000 to 1
Justin Leonard 1000 to 1
Kouemi Oda 1000 to 1
Marcus Fraser 1000 to 1
Mark Calcavecchia 1000 to 1
Mark O’Meara 1000 to 1
Mark Young 1000 to 1
Matt Every 1000 to 1
Oliver Schniederjans 1000 to 1
Paul Dunne 1000 to 1
Paul Kinnear 1000 to 1
Pelle Edberg 1000 to 1
Rikard Karlberg 1000 to 1
Robert Dinwiddie 1000 to 1
Rod Pampling 1000 to 1
Romain Langasque 1000 to 1
Romain Wattel 1000 to 1
Ryan Fox 1000 to 1
Sandy Lyle 1000 to 1
Scott Arnold 1000 to 1
Scott Hend 1000 to 1
Scott Strange 1000 to 1
Shinji Tomimura 1000 to 1
Sir Nick Faldo 1000 to 1
Tadahiro Takayama 1000 to 1
Taichi Teshima 1000 to 1
Todd Hamilton 1000 to 1
Tom Gillis 1000 to 1
Tom Lehman 1000 to 1
Tom Watson 1000 to 1
Wen-Chong Liang 1000 to 1
Yuta Ikeda 1000 to 1

Current Odds To Win The British Open From JustBet Sportsbook (as of 7/10/16):
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JORDAN SPIETH 9/2
RORY McILROY 8/1
DUSTIN JOHNSON 12/1
JUSTIN ROSE 15/1
ADAM SCOTT 20/1
HENRIK STENSON 20/1
LOUIS OOSTHUIZEN 20/1
RICKIE FOWLER 25/1
JASON DAY 25/1
TIGER WOODS 25/1
SERGIO GARCIA 30/1
PHIL MICKELSON 30/1
BUBBA WATSON 30/1
HIDEKI MATSUYAMA 40/1
MARTIN KAYMER 40/1
PATRICK REED 40/1
PAUL CASEY 40/1
BRANDT SNEDEKER 40/1
BRANDEN GRACE 50/1
BROOKS KOEPKA 50/1
SHANE LOWRY 50/1
JIMMY WALKER 60/1
MATT KUCHAR 60/1
LEE WESTWOOD 60/1
IAN POULTER 60/1
JIM FURYK 60/1
CHARL SCHWARTZEL 80/1
BILLY HORSCHEL 80/1
J.B. HOLMES 80/1
BYEONG HUN AN 80/1
ZACH JOHNSON 80/1
KEEGAN BRADLEY 80/1
FRANCESCO MOLINARI 80/1
LUKE DONALD 80/1
VICTOR DUBUISSON 80/1
BERND WIESBERGER 80/1
KEVIN KISNER 80/1
JASON DUFNER 100/1
JAMIE DONALDSON 100/1
DANNY WILLETT 100/1
TOMMY FLEETWOOD 100/1
RYAN MOORE 100/1
CHRIS WOOD 100/1
GRAEME McDOWELL 125/1
HUNTER MAHAN 125/1
ERNIE ELS 125/1
BILL HAAS 125/1
RYAN PALMER 125/1
GARY WOODLAND 125/1
GRAHAM DeLAET 125/1
WEBB SIMPSON 150/1
CHRIS KIRK 150/1
KEVIN NA 150/1
MARC LEISHMAN 150/1
GEOFF OGILVY 150/1
HARRIS ENGLISH 150/1
JOOST LUITEN 150/1
PADRAIG HARRINGTON 150/1
MIGUEL ANGEL JIMENEZ 150/1
CHARLEY HOFFMAN 150/1
BRENDON TODD 150/1
NICK WATNEY 150/1
ANGEL CABRERA 150/1
GEORGE COETZEE 150/1
STEPHEN GALLACHER 150/1
RUSSELL HENLEY 150/1
DAVID HOWELL 150/1
JOHN SENDEN 200/1
THOMAS BJORN 200/1
RUSSELL KNOX 200/1
BRENDON DE JONGE 200/1
TONY FINAU 200/1
BEN MARTIN 200/1
THORBJORN OLESEN 200/1
MARC WARREN 200/1
ANDY SULLIVAN 200/1
PABLO LARRAZABAL 200/1
THONGCHAI JAIDEE 200/1
JUSTIN THOMAS 200/1
EDDIE PEPPERELL 250/1
MIKKO ILONEN 250/1
TYRRELL HATTON 250/1
ROSS FISHER 250/1
MORGAN HOFFMANN 250/1
PETER UIHLEIN 250/1
JONAS BLIXT 250/1
SOREN KJELDSEN 250/1
CAMERON TRINGALE 300/1
MATTEO MANASSERO 300/1
ROMAIN WATTEL 300/1
ROBERT KARLSSON 300/1
STEWART CINK 300/1
BERNHARD LANGER 300/1
DARREN CLARKE 300/1
EDOARDO MOLINARI 500/1
JOHN DALY 500/1
TOM WATSON 500/1
JUSTIN LEONARD 1000/1
DAVID DUVAL 1000/1
REST OF THE FIELD 15/1

2014 British Open Odds & Free British Open Sleeper Picks

July 9th, 2014 by Lou Palumbo (Head Columnist) | Posted in Golf / PGA Tour   Comments Off on 2014 British Open Odds & Free British Open Sleeper Picks
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2014 British Open – Current Odds To Win, Free Sleeper Picks & Tournament Info
2014 Open Championship Dates: Thursday, July 17th thru Sunday, July 20th
2014 British Open Location: Royal Liverpool Golf Club, Merseyside, England
Current Favorite To Win the 2014 British Open: Rory McIlroy (Odds: 12 to 1)
Defending British Open Champion (2013 Champ): Phil Mickelson (17 to 1)
Free Sleeper Picks: Kevin Na (150/1 at 5Dimes) & Rickie Fowler (50/1 at 5Dimes)

2014 British Open Golf Live TV Coverage: ESPN / ABC (& DirectTV Mosaic)


Royal LiverpoolThe third grand slam tournament of the 2014 PGA Tour takes place at Royal Liverpool Golf Club in Merseyside, England 
for the 154th annual British Open. Phil Mickelson (Current Odds: 17 to 1 @ 5 Dimes). will be looking to defend his 2013 championship, and will need his best effort of the year by far to be in contention. Mickelson, currently ranked 91st in the world, has had a disappointing season by his standards, with no top 10 finishes and an average score of 71 per round. Perhaps the rumors of possible insider trading has somewhat distracted him, and who knows how much that will affect his game in the upcoming months.

This year’s Open Championship may have a different sort of buzz compared to the previous major tournaments this year, and that is due to the return of Tiger Woods (Odds: 17 to 1 @ 5 Dimes). It should come as no surprise that Woods is the favorite, however with his return from injury and past performances this year, one would have to question if he is a serious contender. Woods missed the cut in his return from injury at the Quicken Loans national, and his progress leading up to the British Open should be monitored. His recent struggles shouldn’t matter as the betting public will more than likely have a lot of action on Tiger to be in the mix. It should also be pointed out that the last time Woods won the Open Championship; it was at none other than Royal Liverpool.

British Open Winners (Since 2000)
2013 – Phil Mickelson
2012 – Ernie Els
2011 – Darren Clarke
2010 – Louis Oosthuizen
2009 – Stewart Cink
2008 – Padraig Harrington
2007 – Padraig Harrington
2006 – Tiger Woods
2005 – Tiger Woods
2004 – Todd Hamilton
2003 – Ben Curtis
2002 – Ernie Els
2001 – David Duval
2000 – Tiger Woods

It should come as no surprise that US Open winner Martin Kaymer is listed at only 16 to 1 (at 5Dimes) to win this year’s Open Championship. The 29 year-old German dominated the field at Pinehurst, winning the tournament by an astounding 8 strokes. In 12 tournament appearances, Kaymer has 2 wins and 3 top 10 finishes in 2014. If Kaymer can come anywhere close to duplicating his US Open performance, he will most certainly be a serious contender.

If there is anyone in the field that is due for a major, it’s Sergio Garcia (Best Odds: 25 to 1 at Bovada). Garcia is currently ranked 9th in the world, and despite poor showings in the previous 2 majors, he has 10 top 10 finishes this year, including a 3rd place finish at the Players championship at TPC Sawgrass, and a 2nd place finish at the Travelers Championship. Garcia has been competitive in previous Open championships with 4 top 10 finishes, including placing 2nd in 2007 (Carnoustie) and 5th in 2006 (Royal Liverpool).

California native Rickie Fowler (Best Odds: 50 to 1 at Bovada) is showing some value after a 2nd place finish in the US Open. Fowler has yet to win a major but has shown signs this year that he might be ready to take the next step. Among his 4 top 10 finishes this year was finishing 6 strokes back and placing 5th at the Masters. Fowler did miss the cut in last year’s British Open championship, and will most certainly be determined to put forth a better showing.

Odds to Win the 2014 British Open @ 5 Dimes Sportsbook (as of 7/9/14):
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  • Rory McIlroy: 12 to 1
  • Adam Scott: 13 to 1
  • Henrik Stenson: 14 to 1
  • Martin Kaymer: 16 to 1
  • Tiger Woods: 17 to 1
  • Justin Rose: 22 to 1
  • Sergio Garcia: 23 to 1
  • Graeme McDowell: 24 to 1
  • Phil Mickelson: 27 to 1
  • Dustin Johnson: 30 to 1
  • Lee Westwood: 30 to 1
  • Jason Day: 32 to 1
  • Matt Kuchar: 32 to 1
  • Bubba Watson: 40 to 1
  • Rickie Fowler: 45 to 1
  • Brandt Snedeker: 50 to 1
  • Luke Donald: 50 to 1
  • Ian Poulter: 55 to 1
  • Thomas Bjorn: 55 to 1
  • Angel Cabrera: 70 to 1
  • Paul Casey: 70 to 1
  • Louis Oosthuizen: 75 to 1
  • Charl Schwartzel: 85 to 1
  • Francesco Molinari: 85 to 1
  • Jason Dufner: 85 to 1
  • Jim Furyk: 85 to 1
  • Keegan Bradley: 85 to 1
  • Zach Johnson: 85 to 1
  • Ernie Els: 90 to 1
  • Webb Simpson: 90 to 1
  • Mikko Ilonen: 95 to 1
  • Miguel Angel Jimenez: 100 to 1
  • Hunter Mahan: 125 to 1
  • Ryan Moore: 125 to 1
  • Steve Stricker: 125 to 1
  • Branden Grace: 135 to 1
  • Robert Karlsson: 135 to 1
  • Kevin Na: 150 to 1
  • Bill Haas: 175 to 1
  • Nicolas Colsaerts: 175 to 1
  • Padraig Harrington: 175 to 1
  • Matteo Manassero: 185 to 1
  • Thorbjorn Olesen: 185 to 1
  • Billy Horschel: 200 to 1
  • Gary Woodland: 200 to 1
  • Nick Watney: 200 to 1
  • Peter Hanson: 210 to 1
  • Martin Laird: 220 to 1
  • K.J. Choi: 225 to 1
  • John Senden: 235 to 1
  • Aaron Baddeley: 250 to 1
  • Fredrik Jacobson: 250 to 1
  • Bo Van Pelt: 265 to 1
  • Gonzalo Fdez-Castano: 275 to 1
  • Anders Hansen: 285 to 1
  • Ben Crane: 300 to 1
  • Ben Curtis: 300 to 1
  • George Coetzee: 300 to 1
  • Sang-Moon Bae: 350 to 1
  • Charles Howell III: 365 to 1
  • Stewart Cink: 365 to 1
  • Geoff Ogilvy: 375 to 1
  • Carl Pettersson: 385 to 1
  • Alexander Noren: 400 to 1
  • Tom Watson: 450 to 1
  • Tim Clark: 455 to 1
  • David Lynn: 550 to 1
  • David Toms: 600 to 1

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  • Rory McIlroy 12/1
  • Tiger Woods 12/1
  • Adam Scott 14/1
  • Henrik Stenson 14/1
  • Martin Kaymer 14/1
  • Justin Rose 16/1
  • Phil Mickelson 18/1
  • Jason Day 25/1
  • Jordan Spieth 25/1
  • Lee Westwood 25/1
  • Sergio Garcia 25/1
  • Graeme McDowell 28/1
  • Bubba Watson 33/1
  • Charl Schwartzel 33/1
  • Dustin Johnson 33/1
  • Ian Poulter 33/1
  • Luke Donald 33/1
  • Matt Kuchar 33/1
  • Brandt Snedeker 40/1
  • Ernie Els 40/1
  • Louis Oosthuizen 40/1
  • Zach Johnson 40/1
  • Hideki Matsuyama 45/1
  • Hunter Mahan 50/1
  • Jason Dufner 50/1
  • Paul Casey 50/1
  • Rickie Fowler 50/1
  • Bill Haas 66/1
  • Jamie Donaldson 66/1
  • Webb Simpson 66/1
  • Angel Cabrera 80/1
  • Branden Grace 80/1
  • Francesco Molinari 80/1
  • Harris English 80/1
  • Jim Furyk 80/1
  • Jonas Blixt 80/1
  • Keegan Bradley 80/1
  • Matteo Manassero 80/1
  • Miguel Angel Jimenez 80/1
  • Nicolas Colsaerts 80/1
  • Padraig Harrington 80/1
  • Steve Stricker 80/1
  • Thomas Bjorn 80/1
  • Billy Horschel 100/1
  • K.J. Choi 100/1
  • Martin Laird 100/1
  • Nick Watney 100/1
  • Patrick Reed 100/1
  • Peter Hanson 100/1
  • Richard Sterne 100/1
  • Ross Fisher 100/1
  • Ryan Moore 100/1
  • Shane Lowry 100/1
  • Thorbjørn Olesen 100/1
  • Bernd Wiesberger 125/1
  • Chris Wood 125/1
  • Fredrik Jacobson 125/1
  • Paul Lawrie 125/1
  • Alexander Noren 150/1
  • Bo Van Pelt 150/1
  • Danny Willett 150/1
  • Darren Clarke 150/1
  • Geoff Ogilvy 150/1
  • George Coetzee 150/1
  • Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano 150/1
  • Stewart Cink 150/1
  • Thomas Aiken 200/1

2014 US Open Odds & Golf U.S. Open Value Picks

May 27th, 2014 by Lou Palumbo (Head Columnist) | Posted in Golf / PGA Tour   Comments Off on 2014 US Open Odds & Golf U.S. Open Value Picks
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2014 Golf US Open Odds, Picks & Info
2014 U.S. Open Scheduled Dates: June 12-15, 2014
2014 US Open Location: Pinehurst No. 2 in Pinehurst, NC
Odds On Favorite To Win The US Open: Rory McIlory (12 to 1)
Defending US Open Champion (2013 Winner): Justin Rose
2014 US Open TV Coverage – Network: ESPN & NBC

The 2014 US open takes place at Pinehurst Resort in Pinehurst, NC on the second weekend in June. Justin Rose (US Open Golf Betting Lines: 22 to 1 at BetOnline) will be defending his crown, and thus far this year Rose has been decent with five top 10 finishes. Rose won the 2013 US Open in Marion with a consistent effort through all 4 rounds to beat Aussie Jason Day and American Phil Mickelson by 2 strokes finishing at +1 for the tournament.

Rory McIlroy (Current US Open Odds: 12 to 1 at BetOnlineis the favorite in this year’s open. McIlroy will be looking to duplicate his efforts that won him the 2011 Open Championship. He has had a top 10 finish at the Masters, finishing 8th, and currently has six top 10 finishes this year and just missed a win at the Honda Classic losing on a one hole playoff. Given his current form, McIlroy is poised for a great tournament and is due for a major win.

List Of Past US Open Golf Winners (Since 2000)

2013 US Open Winner – Justin Rose
2012 US Open Winner – Webb Simpson
2011 US Open Winner – Rory McIlroy
2010 US Open Winner – Graeme McDowell
2009 US Open Winner – Lucas Glover
2008 US Open Winner – Tiger Woods
2007 US Open Winner – Angel Cabrera
2006 US Open Winner – Geoff Ogilvy
2005 US Open Winner – Michael Campbell
2004 US Open Winner – Retief Goosen
2003 US Open Winner – Jim Furyk
2002 US Open Winner – Tiger Woods
2001 US Open Winner – Retief Goosen
2000 US Open Winner – Tiger Woods

After the Masters this season, many were talking about Bubba Watson’s second win at Augusta. However, the real story was the performance of the young American sensation Jordan Spieth (US Open Golf Betting Lines: 22 to 1 at BetOnline). Spieth had a second place finish at Augusta National, and a month later followed that performance up with a 4th place finish at The Players championship at TPC Sawgrass. This season, Spieth has 6 top 10 finishes, and is certainly proving that his performance at the Masters was no fluke. The 20-year-old definitely has the talent and poise to win a major, and could definitely be among the serious contenders at Pinehurst this year.

Speaking of the Masters, Bubba Watson (US Open Golf Betting Lines: 28 to 1 at BetOnline) is definitely playing at a high level this season, with two wins and six top 10 finishes this season. Watson was inactive for a month after his Masters victory, and his next tournament was a disappointing 48th place finish at TPC Sawgrass. Watson’s form should be monitored in the week leading up to Pinehurst, but he could very well be in the mix. Watson’s best performance in the US Open was in 2007 when he tied for 5th.

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Matt Kuchar (22 to 1 Odds to win the US Open @ BetOnline) is looking like an attractive play. The Georgia Tech graduate has been solid this season, and currently ranks 4th on the PGA money list. He’s had one win and nine top 10 finishes this season, with his victory coming in April at the RBS heritage. Kuchar is great form, and is averaging 69.8 per round and had a good Masters showing finishing 5th, and a 7th place finish at the Byron Nelson Championship. If there is a player that is due for a major win, Kuchar is the guy.

Who Will Win The 2014 US Open at Pinehurst No. 2?

  • Matt Kuchar (22 to 1 Odds) (23%, 22 Votes)
  • Jordan Spieth (22 to 1 Odds) (19%, 18 Votes)
  • Phil Mickelson (17 to 1 Odds) (16%, 15 Votes)
  • Rory McIlroy (12 to 1 Odds) (15%, 14 Votes)
  • Adam Scott (17 to 1 Odds) (11%, 10 Votes)
  • Tiger Woods (22 to 1 Odds) (10%, 9 Votes)
  • Other (Comment Below) (4%, 4 Votes)
  • Jason Day (22 to 1 Odds) (2%, 2 Votes)

Total Voters: 94


Current 2014 Golf US Open Odds @ BetOnline (as of 5/27/14):
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RORY MCILROY 12-1
ADAM SCOTT 17-1
PHIL MICKELSON 17-1
JORDAN SPIETH 22-1
TIGER WOODS 22-1
JASON DAY 22-1
MATT KUCHAR 22-1
JUSTIN ROSE 22-1
BUBBA WATSON 28-1
HENRIK STENSON 33-1
LEE WESTWOOD 33-1
GRAEME MCDOWELL 33-1
DUSTIN JOHNSON 33-1
BRANDT SNEDEKER 33-1
JIM FURYK 33-1
SERGIO GARCIA 33-1
MARTIN KAYMER 40-1
ZACH JOHNSON 45-1
LUKE DONALD 45-1
JASON DUFNER 45-1
HUNTER MAHAN 45-1
CHARL SCHWARTZEL 55-1
WEBB SIMPSON 55-1
KEEGAN BRADLEY 55-1
STEVE STRICKER 55-1
RICKIE FOWLER 55-1
JIMMY WALKER 55-1
IAN POULTER 65-1
GRAHAM DELAET 65-1
HARRIS ENGLISH 65-1
LOUIS OOSTHUIZEN 65-1
BILL HAAS 80-1
RYAN MOORE 80-1
JONAS BLIXT 80-1
PATRICK REED 80-1
HIDEKI MATSUYAMA 80-1
JOHN SENDEN 100-1
BILLY HORSCHEL 100-1
FRANCESCO MOLINARI 100-1
ERNIE ELS 100-1
GARY WOODLAND 100-1
ANGEL CABRERA 100-1
NICK WATNEY 100-1
VICTOR DUBUISSON 100-1
MARC LEISHMAN 125-1
JAMIE DONALDSON 125-1
MATT JONES 125-1
KJ CHOI 125-1
MIGUEL ANGEL JIMENEZ 125-1
RYO ISHIKAWA 150-1
ROBERT GARRIGUS 150-1
GEOFF OGILVY 150-1
BO VAN PELT 150-1
CHARLEY HOFFMAN 150-1
KEVIN NA 150-1
STEWART CINK 150-1
MATTEO MANASSERO 150-1
THORBJORN OLESEN 150-1
NICOLAS COLSAERTS 150-1
CHARLES HOWELL III 150-1
KEVIN STADLER 150-1
RETIEF GOOSEN 150-1
THOMAS BJORN 150-1
MARTIN LAIRD 150-1
PAUL CASEY 150-1
RUSSELL HENLEY 150-1
RYAN PALMER 150-1
FREDDIE JACOBSON 150-1
GONZALO FERNANDEZ-CASTANO 150-1
CHRIS KIRK 150-1
CHESSON HADLEY 150-1
BRENDON DE JONGE 150-1
PADRAIG HARRINGTON 150-1
GEORGE COETZEE 200-1
WILL MACKENZIE 200-1
ROBERTO CASTRO 200-1
BROOKS KOEPKA 200-1
STEPHEN GALLACHER 200-1
PETER UIHLEIN 200-1
MATT EVERY 200-1
CHRIS STROUD 200-1
THONGCHAI JAIDEE 200-1
PETER HANSON 200-1
RUSSELL KNOX 200-1
BRANDEN GRACE 200-1
JOOST LUITEN 200-1
TIM CLARK 200-1
LUCAS GLOVER 250-1
BOO WEEKLEY 250-1
KENNY PERRY 300-1
LUKE GUTHRIE 300-1
DA POINTS 300-1
YE YANG 300-1
MICHAEL CAMPBELL 500-1
MATTHEW FITZPATRICK 500-1
OLIVER GOSS 500-1
DARREN CLARKE 500-1

2013 PGA Championship Odds, Picks, Analysis & Preview

August 5th, 2013 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in Golf / PGA Tour   Comments Off on 2013 PGA Championship Odds, Picks, Analysis & Preview
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2013 PGA Championship LogoThe 2013 PGA Championship odds are going to be challenged at the East Course of the Oak Hill Country Club starting on August 8th, as some of the best PGA expert handicappers try to beat the golf odds for this event. Join us as all of the best golfers on the planet try to claim the fourth and final major tournament title of the year in golf betting action!

Over the course of the last several years, the man that we have been waiting to bust out and become a force in the sport of golf has been Rory McIlroy (Defending PGA Championship Champion, PGA Championship Odds: 25 to 1 SportBet Sportsbook). McIlroy, to his credit, did win the PGA Championship last season, but this year has been the nightmare of all nightmares. He didn’t make the cut in his first tournament of the year at the Honda Classic, and he didn’t make the cut in the Open Championship just a few weeks ago as well. Even last week at the Bridgestone Invitational, the Northern Ireland native only managed to finish at +2, and he only had one round below par on Saturday. McIlroy hasn’t been a serious contender in an event on a Sunday since the Players Championship when he finished eighth, and he only has one Top 5 finish this year at the Valero Texas Open, a tournament which, under normal circumstances, he probably wouldn’t have played. We can’t really recommend playing McIlroy at this point, though we know that many will.

2013 PGA Championship Predictions & Info
2013 PGA Championship Dates: Thursday, August 8th – Sunday, August 11th, 2013
2013 PGA Championship Location: Oak Hill Country Club, East Course, Pittsford, NY
Defending PGA Championship Winner: Rory McIlroy
2013 PGA Championship TV Coverage – Network: TNT, CBS

Most of the bets in the PGA Championship though, are going to come in on Tiger Woods (PGA Championship Betting Odds: 3.75 to 1 @ SportBet Sportsbook). Woods is still waiting for that elusive major title, one which has gotten away from him for a half of a decade at this point. Woods did win the PGA in 2000, 2006, and 2007, so he definitely knows what he is doing at this event. That said, this is a really cheap price for a man that hasn’t won a major in quite somet ime. Tiger though, won last week at the Bridgestone Invitational going away, and he has to be poised and ready to go for this one. He was in the second to last group at the Open Championship a few weeks back, and though he didn’t win and sort of shriveled a bit on Sunday, he was still right in the thick of the fight and would have been right there had Phil Mickelson not gone on his outrageous tear on Sunday to win the event. There is going to be a point that Tiger tames the world and wins that major tournament he has craved, and this very well could be the week that happens.

List Of Past The PGA Championship Winners (Since 2000)
2012 – Rory McIlroy
2011 – Keegan Bradley
2010 – Martin Kaymer
2009 – YE Yang
2008 – Padraig Harrington
2007 – Tiger Woods
2006 – Tiger Woods
2005 – Phil Mickelson
2004 – Vijay Singh
2003 – Shaun Micheel
2002 – Rich Beem
2001 – David Toms
2000 – Tiger Woods

5DimesLee Westwood (Odds to Win PGA Championship: 30 to 1 @ SportBet Sportsbook) has never won a major tournament in his career, and he hasn’t won a single event this year on the PGA Tour calendar, but he has done a remarkable job in these majors and is certainly due. In all three of the major tournaments this year, Westwood has finished tied for 15th or better, something that hardly anyone in the world can boast. Alas, Westwood is a bit scary right now after he finished 40th at the Bridgestone Invitational last week, but in typical Westy fashion, but he finished with very consistent rounds, shooting 71, 71, 71, 72 in his four days. The truth of the matter is if he is able to keep his score right in line with the rest of the pack early in this tournament, don’t be shocked if Westwood is right there come Sunday again. This is a man that just doesn’t beat himself up on the links, and though he rarely puts together that flashy round of 63, he is a consistent golfer who is always in the thick of the fight as well.

With one major under his belt already this year, Phil Mickelson (Odds to Win The PGA Championship: 13.50 to 1 @ SportBet Sportsbook) is going to have a shot to complete the career Grand Slam in this one. It’s really hard to ignore the man they call Lefty. He won the Open Championship in Scotland, he finished second at the US Open at Medinah, and though he stunk it up at the Masters, there is no taking away what he has been able to do elsewhere this year as well. Mickelson won the Waste Management Phoenix Open by shooting -28, he finished tied for third at the Cadillac Championship, he was third at the Wells Fargo Championship and then finished tied for second at the FedEx St. Jude Classic. A 21st place finish at last week’s Bridgestone Invitational wasn’t a bad outing either considering how difficult the course was. Could Mickelson find a way to capture this crown and finish that coveted career Grand Slam? We aren’t going to count Mickelson out, especially after that huge run he went on at the end of at the British Open just a few weeks ago when virtually everyone counted him out of the running.

Betting Odds to Win PGA Championship @ Sportbet Sportsbook (as of 8/5/13):
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Tiger Woods 3.75 to 1
Phil Mickelson 13.50 to 1
Adam Scott 18 to 1
Henrik Stenson 25 to 1
Rory McIlroy 25 to 1
Brandt Snedeker 30 to 1
Justin Rose 30 to 1
Lee Westwood 30 to 1
Hunter Mahan 32 to 1
Keegan Bradley 35 to 1
Matt Kuchar 35 to 1
Dustin Johnson 40 to 1
Luke Donald 40 to 1
Jason Day 43 to 1
Jason Dufner 44 to 1
Charl Schwartzel 45 to 1
Steve Stricker 50 to 1
Bubba Watson 55 to 1
Ian Poulter 55 to 1
Zach Johnson 55 to 1
Bill Haas 60 to 1
Sergio Garcia 65 to 1
Martin Kaymer 70 to 1
Webb Simpson 70 to 1
Graeme McDowell 80 to 1
Rickie Fowler 85 to 1
Angel Cabrera 90 to 1
Ernie Els 90 to 1
Jim Furky 90 to 1
Hideki Matsuyama 110 to 1
Jordan Spieth 110 to 1
Ryan Moore 110 to 1
Billy Horschel 130 to 1
Nick Watney 130 to 1
Paul Casey 130 to 1
Harris English 145 to 1
Richard Sterne 160 to 1
Nicolas Colsaerts 165 to 1
Gary Woodland 180 to 1
Miguel Angel Jimenez 180 to 1
Tim Clark 190 to 1
Bo Van Pelt 200 to 1
Branden Grace 200 to 1
Francesco Molinari 200 to 1
Martin Laird 200 to 1
Chris Wood 225 to 1
Matteo Manassero 240 to 1
Thomas Bjorn 240 to 1
Padraig Harrington 280 to 1
Russell Henley 280 to 1
Scott Stallings 280 to 1
Geoff Ogilvy 290 to 1
Boo Weekley 300 to 1
Kyle Stanley 300 to 1
Graham Delaet 310 to 1
David Lingmerth 320 to 1
Gonzalo Fernandez Castano 320 to 1
Peter Hanson 340 to 1
Thorbjorn Olesen 340 to 1
Charley Hoffman 350 to 1
Jimmy Walker 380 to 1
Kevin Chappell 380 to 1
Michael Thompson 380 to 1
Ryan Palmer 380 to 1
John Merrick 400 to 1
KJ Choi 400 to 1
Fredrik Jacobson 420 to 1
Stewart Cink 420 to 1
Brooks Koepka 450 to 1
Carl Pettersson 450 to 1
Charles Howell III 450 to 1
George Coetzee 450 to 1
Jonas Blixt 450 to 1
Marcel Siem 450 to 1
Tommy Gainey 450 to 1
Jamie Donaldson 475 to 1
John Senden 475 to 1
Marc Leishman 475 to 1
Robert Karlsson 475 to 1
Chris Kirk 480 to 1
Rafael Cabrera Bello 480 to 1
Sang Moon Bae 480 to 1
YE Yang 480 to 1
David Lynn 500 to 1
Scott Piercy 500 to 1
Trevor Immelman 500 to 1
Chris Stroud 520 to 1
Danny Willett 520 to 1
Kevin Streelman 520 to 1
Aaron Baddeley 550 to 1
Bernd Wiesberger 550 to 1
Jason Kokrak 550 to 1
Peter Uihlein 550 to 1
Alexander Noren 580 to 1
Brendon De Jonge 580 to 1
Roberto Castro 580 to 1
Shane Lowry 580 to 1
John Huh 600 to 1
Brendan Jones 620 to 1
Joost Luiten 620 to 1
Luke Guthrie 625 to 1
Lucas Glover 630 to 1
Kiradech Aphibarnrat 640 to 1
Matt Every 645 to 1
Ben Crane 650 to 1
D.A. Points 650 to 1
Ken Duke 650 to 1
Marc Warren 650 to 1
Mikko Ilonen 680 to 1
Brian Gay 700 to 1
Marcus Fraser 700 to 1
Paul Lawrie 700 to 1
David Toms 725 to 1
Davis Love III 725 to 1
Ben Curtis 730 to 1
Vijay Singh 750 to 1
Josh Teater 780 to 1
Robert Garrigus 780 to 1
Darren Clarke 790 to 1
Kevin Na 790 to 1
Kevin Stadler 800 to 1
Pablo Larrazabal 800 to 1
Ryo Ishikawa 810 to 1
Scott Jamieson 810 to 1
Retief Goosen 835 to 1
Anders Hansen 1,000 to 1
Bob Gaus 1,000 to 1
Bob Sowards 1,000 to 1
Brett Rumford 1,000 to 1
Caine Fitzgerald 1,000 to 1
Charlie Beljan 1,000 to 1
Charlie Wi 1,000 to 1
Chip Sullivan 1,000 to 1
Danny Balin 1,000 to 1
David McNabb 1,000 to 1
David Muttitt 1,000 to 1
Derek Ernst 1,000 to 1
Hiroyuki Fujita 1,000 to 1
JC Anderson 1,000 to 1
Jaco Van Zyl 1,000 to 1
Jeff Martin 1,000 to 1
Jeff Sorenson 1,000 to 1
Kirk Hanefeld 1,000 to 1
Kohki Idoki 1,000 to 1
Lee Rhind 1,000 to 1
Mark Brooks 1,000 to 1
Mark Brown 1,000 to 1
Mark Sheftic 1,000 to 1
Mike Small 1,000 to 1
Paul McGinley 1,000 to 1
Rich Beem 1,000 to 1
Richie Ramsay 1,000 to 1
Rob Labrtiz 1,000 to 1
Rod Perry 1,000 to 1
Ryan Polzin 1,000 to 1
Scott Brown 1,000 to 1
Shaun Micheel 1,000 to 1
Sonny Skinner 1,000 to 1
Stephen Gallacher 1,000 to 1
Stuart Smith 1,000 to 1
Thongchai Jaidee 1,000 to 1
Tom Watson 1,000 to 1
Woody Austin 1,000 to 1

2013 Bridgestone Invitational Odds, Predictions & Free Picks

July 30th, 2013 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in Golf / PGA Tour   Comments Off on 2013 Bridgestone Invitational Odds, Predictions & Free Picks
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The World Golf Championships continue this week at historic Firestone Country Club, where we are set to make our free golf picks on what should be a compelling set of Bridgestone Invitational odds. This WGC event is one of the premier on the docket in between the British Open and the PGA Championship, and it is a tournament that you aren’t going to want to miss out on! Bet on golf with us here at Bankroll Sports!

2013 Bridgestone Invitational, Picks & Info
2013 Bridgestone Invitational Dates: Thursday, August 1st – Sunday, August 4th, 2013
2013 Bridgestone Invitational Location: Firestone Country Club, Akron, OH
2013 Odds To Win The Bridgestone Invitational Favorite: Tiger Woods (+445)
Defending Bridgestone Invitational Champion: Keegan Bradley
2013 Bridgestone Invitational TV Coverage – Network: Golf Channel, CBS

As always, anywhere he goes, Tiger Woods (Current Bridgestone Invitational Odds: 4.45 to 1 @ 5Dimes Sportsbook is going to be the man of the hour. The last we saw of Woods, he finished +2 at the Open Championship. It was good enough to finish tied for sixth, but it wasn’t good enough to capture that elusive major tournament title. Woods though, is playing some sound golf right now. He hasn’t won since the Players Championship back in May, but he has only played in three events since that point. Woods was awful at the Memorial Tournament, but since that point, he played well at both the US Open and the Open Championship. We have to think that there is at least a one in four chance that he is going to ultimately find a way to rule the day here in Akron, where he has won seven times before.

BovadaWe aren’t a big Lefty fan right now, knowing that Phil Mickelson is overhyped at 14 to 1 after his big win at the Open Championship. That said, we do still like the man that is the third choice on the board, the Aussie, Adam Scott (Current Bridgestone Invitational Betting Lines: 18 to 1 @ 5Dimes Sportsbook. Scott won the Masters and finished third at the Open Championship, and there is a real chance that he is due for another win here in Akron. The Australian born golfer really hasn’t had a miserable tournament this year, and we think that he is going to get another win somewhere along the way over the course of the rest of the season. This is a venue in which he has won before, taking down the Bridgestone Invitational in 2011, and that has to give him some confidence to be able to come back and get the job done once again this year.

List Of Past Bridgestone Invitational Champions
2012 Bridgestone Invitational Winner: Keegan Bradley
2011 Bridgestone Invitational Winner: Adam Scott
2010 Bridgestone Invitational Winner: Hunter Mahan
2009 Bridgestone Invitational Winner: Tiger Woods
2008 Bridgestone Invitational Winner: Vijay Singh
2007 Bridgestone Invitational Winner: Tiger Woods
2006 Bridgestone Invitational Winner: Tiger Woods
2005 Bridgestone Invitational Winner: Tiger Woods
2004 Bridgestone Invitational Winner: Stewart Cink
2003 Bridgestone Invitational Winner: Darren Clarke
2002 Bridgestone Invitational Winner: Craig Parry
2001 Bridgestone Invitational Winner: Tiger Woods
2000 Bridgestone Invitational Winner: Tiger Woods
1999 Bridgestone Invitational Winner: Tiger Woods

5DimesIt would be awfully poetic if Hunter Mahan (Current Bridgestone Invitational Odds: 25 to 1 @ 5Dimes Sportsbook ultimately ended up winning this tournament this week. Mahan of course, made headline news when he walked off the course at last week’s RBC Canadian Open to be with his wife for the birth of their child. At the time, Mahan was -13 and playing the best golf that he had played all season long. It had to be a tough decision to walk away from what could have been a few hundred grand at least, but Mahan gets all the credit in the world. Now, it’s off to a relatively similar golf course here in Akron, and there is going to be a great opportunity to score a few more low rounds. Just like the rest of the men that we have listed here for this tournament, Mahan has a history of winning the Bridgestone Invitational, having done so in 2010. Maybe the time is here for him to get lucky and post a second straight amaizng tournament in a row to claim glory.

Current 2013 Bridgestone Invitational Odds @ 5Dimes Sportsbook) (as of 7/30/13):
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Tiger Woods 4.45 to 1
Phil Mickelson 14 to 1
Adam Scott 18 to 1
Brandt Snedeker 22 to 1
Dustin Johnson 25 to 1
Hunter Mahan 25 to 1
Justin Rose 25 to 1
Matt Kuchar 25 to 1
Rory McIlroy 25 to 1
Henrik Stenson 30 to 1
Lee Westwood 30 to 1
Steve Stricker 30 to 1
Charl Schwartzel 35 to 1
Jason Day 35 to 1
Keegan Bradley 35 to 1
Jason Dufner 45 to 1
Luke Donald 45 to 1
Sergio Garcia 45 to 1
Bubba Watson 50 to 1
Graeme McDowell 50 to 1
Ian Poulter 50 to 1
Hideki Matsuyama 60 to 1
Jim Furyk 60 to 1
Webb Simpson 60 to 1
Zach Johnson 60 to 1
Angel Cabrera 70 to 1
Rickie Fowler 70 to 1
Bill Haas 80 to 1
Billy Horschel 95 to 1
Ernie Els 95 to 1
Martin Kaymer 95 to 1
Nicolas Colsaerts 100 to 1
Paul Casey 100 to 1
Ryan Moore 100 to 1
Bo Van Pelt 115 to 1
Branden Grace 125 to 1
Francesco Molinari 125 to 1
Harris English 125 to 1
Martin Laird 125 to 1
Nick Watney 125 to 1
Russell Henley 175 to 1
John Merrick 185 to 1
Matteo Manassero 185 to 1
Peter Hanson 210 to 1
Jonas Blixt 225 to 1
Boo Weekley 250 to 1
Gonzalo Fernandez Castano 250 to 1
Richard Sterne 250 to 1
Kevin Streelman 275 to 1
Miguel Angel Jimenez 275 to 1
Thorbjorn Olesen 275 to 1
Jamie Donaldson 285 to 1
Ken Duke 300 to 1
Scott Piercy 300 to 1
Mikko Ilonen 325 to 1
Sang Moon Bae 325 to 1
DA Points 350 to 1
Paul Lawrie 350 to 1
Shane Lowery 350 to 1
Carl Pettersson 400 to 1
Stephen Gallacher 400 to 1
Brian Gay 425 to 1
Brett Rumford 500 to 1
Kiradech Aphibarnrat 500 to 1
Tommy Gainey 500 to 1
Chris Wood 600 to 1
Michael Thompson 600 to 1
Richie Ramsay 600 to 1
Jaco Van Zyl 700 to 1
Derek Ernst 800 to 1
Daniel Popovic 1,000 to 1
Satoshi Kodaira 1,000 to 1
Toru Taniguchi 1,000 to 1

2013 British Open Odds, Free Open Championship Picks & Preview

July 10th, 2013 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in Golf / PGA Tour   Comments Off on 2013 British Open Odds, Free Open Championship Picks & Preview
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