Betting Odds To Win The Transitions Championship 2011

It would be nice to see the World Number One take a PGA Tour victory during his stayover in the States to cement his lofty position. And that’s exactly what a preponderance of bettors think he will do this week at the Transitions Championship. Martin Kaymer is this week’s favorite at 10/1.

Meanwhile, last week’s winner, Nick Watney is in at 11/1. Watney has had a hot hand this season, with five top tens (including last week’s win) in five starts.

Paul Casey and Padraig Harrington (25/1), Jim Furyk, Retief Goosen and Bubba Watson (28/1) and KJ Choi, Bill Haas, Ryan Moore, Geoff Ogilvy, Justin Rose and Vijay Singh (33/1) fill out the rest of the top ten.

To be sure, this isn’t the heaviest hitting lineup we’ve seen, but I think that means that the favorites are more likely to do well.

You find the rest of the odds for the 2011 Transitions Championship below, courtesy of Bodog, the world’s largest betting destination:

Player Odds
Martin Kaymer  10/1  
Nick Watney  11/1  
Paul Casey  25/1  
Jim Furyk  28/1  
Retief Goosen  28/1  
Padraig Harrington  25/1  
Bubba Watson  28/1  
K.J. Choi  33/1  
Bill Haas  33/1  
Ryan Moore  33/1  
Geoff Ogilvy  33/1  
Justin Rose  33/1  
Vijay Singh  33/1  
Jonathan Byrd  40/1  
Martin Laird  40/1  
Spencer Levin  40/1  
Stephen Ames  50/1  
Stuart Appleby  50/1  
Stewart Cink  50/1  
Sergio Garcia  50/1  
Brian Gay  50/1  
Charles Howell III  40/1  
Matteo Manassero  50/1  
Sean O’Hair  50/1  
Rory Sabbatini  50/1  
Ricky Barnes  66/1  
Chad Campbell  50/1  
Ben Curtis  66/1  
Jason Day  66/1  
Brendon De Jonge  66/1  
Lucas Glover  66/1  
Peter Hanson  66/1  
Zach Johnson  66/1  
Jerry Kelly  66/1  
Marc Leishman  66/1  
Kevin Na  66/1  
David Toms  66/1  
Chris Couch  80/1  
Charley Hoffman  80/1  
Justin Leonard  80/1  
Ryan Palmer  80/1  
Carl Pettersson  80/1  
John Senden  80/1  
Webb Simpson  80/1  
Vaughn Taylor  66/1  
Jimmy Walker  80/1  
Jason Dufner  80/1  
David Duval  100/1  
Tommy Gainey  100/1  
J.J. Henry  100/1  
Ryui Imada  100/1  
Chris Kirk  100/1  
Troy Matteson  100/1  
Bryce Molder  100/1  
Kenny Perry  100/1  
Alex Prugh  100/1  
Brandt Snedeker  100/1  
Gary Woodland  100/1  
Matt Bettencourt  125/1  
Alex Cejka  125/1  
Hunter Haas  100/1  
Brandt Jobe  125/1  
George Mcneill  125/1  
Pat Perez  125/1  
Heath Slocum  125/1  
Kevin Sutherland  125/1  
D.J. Trahan  125/1  
Johnson Wagner  125/1  
Charlie Wi  125/1  
Mark Wilson  80/1  
Arjun Atwal  150/1  
Keegan Bradley  150/1  
Chris Dimarco  150/1  
Robert Garrigus  150/1  
Trevor Immelman  150/1  
Matt Jones  150/1  
William Mcgirt  150/1  
Zack Miller  150/1  
Tag Ridings  150/1  
Chris Riley  150/1  
Kevin Stadler  150/1  
Kyle Stanley  150/1  
Chris Stroud  150/1  
Dean Wilson  150/1  
Greg Chalmers  175/1  
Bobby Gates  175/1  
The Field ( Any Other Golfer)  5/1  

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