Farmers Insurance Open Odds

At 3/1, Tiger Woods is rightly the odds on favorite to win the 2011 Farmers Insurance Open. He has, after all, won at Torrey Pines seven times as a professional: six Buick Invitationals and one US Open. That sort of thinking also explains why Phil is in the second place slot, at 14/1. Phil has won three times at Torrey Pines. Dustin Johnson is the third choice at 16/1. Charles Howell, Nick Watney and Rickie Fowler follow at 25/1.

I think that the Farmers is going to tell us a lot about the upcoming season. It’s the first significant field of the year and Tiger’s first of 2011. A good showing by Tiger here would be a sign that he’s ready to reimpose his will on the PGA Tour. By the same token, a poor showing could be an . This is a course that he bas absolutely owned and there can be no excuses.

Phil also has something to prove. Torrey Pines is just as much his as it is Tiger’s. A good showing here could signal he’s over the health issues that plagued him after last year’s Masters’ win. Would be it too much to hope for a Phil-Tiger showdown on Sunday?

On the other hand, there’s also the strong possibility of a win by one of the younger players. I personally like Dustin Johnson for the win. But a win by any of the younger players could continue the changing of the guard storyline from last year.

This is the first tournament of the year that I’m excited about. I’m looking forward to seeing the storylines that develop.

You can see the complete odds for the Farmers Insurance Open below, courtesy of Bodog, the world’s largest betting destination.

Player Odds
Tiger Woods3/1
Phil Mickelson 14/1
Dustin Johnson 16/1
Charles Howell III 25/1
Nick Watney 25/1
Rickie Fowler 25/1
Bill Haas 28/1
Ben Crane 33/1
Hunter Mahan33/1
Justin Rose 33/1
Anthony Kim 40/1
Robert Allenby 40/1
Bo VanPelt50/1
Brandt Snedeker 50/1
Bubba Watson 50/1
Camilo Villegas 50/1
Chad Campbell 50/1
Charley Hoffman 50/1
Kevin Na 50/1
Lucas Glover 50/1
Martin Laird 50/1
Ryuji Imada 50/1
Steve Marino 60/1
Alex Prugh 66/1
Carl Pettersson 66/1
Davis Love III66/1
J.B. Holmes 66/1
John Senden66/1
K.J. Choi 66/1
Kevin Streelman 66/1
Marc Leishman 66/1
Rory Sabbatini 66/1
Stewart Cink 66/1
Stuart Appleby 66/1
Y-E Yang 66/1
Arjun Atwal 80/1
Boo Weekley 80/1
Chris Kirk 80/1
Fredrik Jacobson 80/1
Jhonattan Vegas 80/1
Kevin Sutherland 80/1
Michael Sim 80/1
Robert Garrigus 80/1
Webb Simpson 80/1
Alex Cejka 100/1
Andres Romero 100/1
Angel Cabrera 100/1
Charlie Wi 100/1
Chris Riley 100/1
John Rollins 100/1
Matt Jones 100/1
Mike Weir 100/1
Pat Perez 100/1
Spencer Levin 100/1
Stephen Ames 100/1
Ben Curtis 125/1
Brian Davis 125/1
Bryce Molder 125/1
Daniel Summerhays 125/1
David Duval 125/1
Derek Lamely 125/1
Gary Woodland 125/1
Greg Chalmers 125/1
Kenny Perry 125/1
Kevin Stadler125/1
Matt Bettencourt 125/1
Nick Ohern125/1
Troy Matteson 125/1
Vijay Singh 100/1
Chris Couch 150/1
Richard S Johnson 150/1
Shigeki Maruyama 150/1
The Field ( Any Other Golfer) 5/1

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