2010 Verizon Heritage Betting Odds

The Verizon Heritage actually has a pretty good cast of characters for its little play this year. Jim Furyk is the odds-favorite at 16/1, although I don’t know how considering his horrible showing at last week’s Masters. Paul Casey and KJ Choi are in at 18/1—can Choi snap back after the disappointment? At one point, he seemed to have the Green Jacket in his bag. Matt Kuchar is at 20/1; Camilo Villegas at 25/1; and Robert Allenby and Luke Donald at 28/1.

Read the full odds after the jump, courtesy of Bodog, the world’s largest betting destination.

Jim Furyk – 16/1
Paul Casey – 18/1
KJ Choi – 18/1
Matt Kuchar – 20/1
Camilo Villegas – 25/1
Robert Allenby – 28/1
Luke Donald – 28/1
Stephen Ames – 33/1
Tim Clark – 33/1
DJ Trahan – 33/1
Zach Johnson 33/1
Vaughn Taylor – 33/1
Chad Campbell – 33/1
Brian Gay – 33/1
Stewart Cink – 40/1
Lucas Glover – 40/1
Davis Love III – 40/1
Charles Howell III – 40/1
Boo Weekley – 40/1
Ben Curtis – 40/1
Kevin Na – 40/1
Scott Verplank – 40/1
Mike Weir – 40/1
Jason Bohn – 40/1
Sergio Garcia – 50/1
JB Holmes – 50/1
Jerry Kelly – 50/1
Bryce Molder – 50/1
Bill Haas – 50/1
Brand Snedeker – 50/1
Jonathan Byrd – 50/1
Frederik Jacobson – 50/1
Jeff Maggert – 66/1
Jason Dufner – 66/1
Rory Sabbatinin – 66/1
Heath Slocum – 66/1
Bo Van Pelt – 66/1
Charlie Wie – 66/1
Aaron Baddeley – 66/1
Rickie Fowler – 66/1
Ryui Imada – 66/1
George Mcneill – 80/1
Nick O’Hern – 80/1
Woody Austin – 80/1
Briny Baird – 80/1
Jason Day – 80/1
Graham Delaet – 80/1
Steve Elkington – 80/1
JP Hayes – 80/1
Robert Karlsson – 80/1
Alex Prugh – 100/1
Rod Pampling – 100/1
Carl Pettersson – 100/1
Webb Simpson – 100/1
Greg Chalmers – 100/1
Chad Collins – 100/1
Mark Leishman – 100/1
Tim Petrovic – 100/1
Blake Adams – 100.1
Alex Cejka – 100/1
Chris Couch – 100/1
Bob Estes – 100/1
Steve Flesch – 100/1
Nathan Green – 100/1
Tom Gillis – 100/1
JJ Henry – 100/1
Trevor Immelman – 100/1
Spencer Levin – 125/1
Shaun Micheel – 125/1
Joe Ogilvie – 125/1
Stuart Appleby – 125/1
Brian Davis – 125/1
Matthew Goggin – 125/1
The Field – 10/1

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3 thoughts on “2010 Verizon Heritage Betting Odds”

  1. That’s fair enough then – after all, it is your blog so I guess you’re entitled to your own opinions too!

    As a hug Phil fan I guess I never gave him enough credit during the round. I spend most of Sunday worrying about Lee Westwood (who is a pretty classy guy – I saw the interview also).

    Have a good day!

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  2. Where does this statement come from? ” At one point, he seemed to have the Green Jacket in his bag.” (about K.J. Choi). Granted, he was playing pretty good on the front nine, but I don’t remember him ever having the lead outright. Was he ever even tied for the lead? The only thing I remember is him being one stroke back at one point. Besides, don’t they always say the real tournament starts on the back nine at Augusta?

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  3. I was convinced at several points in the early going that he was going to end up as the winner. Choi was playing very steady golf while others were spraying shots, flubbing bunker shots and having strange objects deflect their putts from the sky.

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