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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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Complete List Of Current 2013 Bridgestone Invitational Odds Can Be Found Below

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