Odds To Win The 2011 Barclays

The PGA Tour “Playoffs” are here, and Luke Donald is the favorite to win the first round at The Barclays. And why not? He’s number one in the (highly flawed) world rankings. Donald is in at 12/1, with Adam Scott and Steve Stricker close at hand at 16/1. Bettors also like Jason Day at 20/1, Nick Watney at 22/1, Matt Kuchar and Phil Mickelson at 25/1,Dustin Johnson and Webb Simpson at 28/1 and David Toms at 33/1.

As usual, I think the trend is for the winner to come from the mid to low odds. Keegan Bradley was 125/1 to win the PGA Championship, and runner up Jason Dufner was 175/1. That’s the parity on the PGA Tour showing. This week, Keegan Bradley is in at 40/1. The kid’s got game, but its probably too much to expect him to win a pair of big events so close together.

There’s an interesting crowd in this week at 80/1, and I think the winner could very well come from one of them: Aaron Baddeley, Anthony Kim, Brendon De Jonge, Camilo Villegas, Carl Pettersson, Davis Love III,
Graeme McDowell, Ian Poulter, John Senden, Lucas Glover, Robert Allenby, Ryan Moore, Scott Verplank, Spencer Levin, Trevor Immelman, Vijay Singh, and Y-E Yang.

The compete odds for the 2011 Barclays are below:

Player Odds
Luke Donald  12/1  
Adam Scott  16/1  
Steve Stricker  16/1  
Jason Day  20/1  
Nick Watney  22/1  
Matt Kuchar  25/1  
Phil Mickelson  25/1  
Dustin Johnson  28/1  
Webb Simpson  28/1  
David Toms  33/1  
Rickie Fowler  33/1  
Charles Howell III  40/1  
Gary Woodland  40/1  
Hunter Mahan  40/1  
Jim Furyk  40/1  
Keegan Bradley  40/1  
Sergio Garcia  40/1  
Zach Johnson  40/1  
Bubba Watson  50/1  
Robert Karlsson  50/1  
Andres Romero  66/1  
Bill Haas  66/1  
Bo Van Pelt  66/1  
Ernie Els  66/1  
Fredrik Jacobson  66/1  
Geoff Ogilvy  66/1  
Justin Rose  66/1  
K.J. Choi  66/1  
Martin Laird  66/1  
Retief Goosen  66/1  
Aaron Baddeley  80/1  
Anthony Kim  80/1  
Brendon De Jonge  80/1  
Camilo Villegas  80/1  
Carl Pettersson  80/1  
Davis Love III  80/1  
Graeme McDowell  80/1  
Ian Poulter  80/1  
John Senden  80/1  
Lucas Glover  80/1  
Robert Allenby  80/1  
Ryan Moore  80/1  
Scott Verplank  80/1  
Spencer Levin  80/1  
Trevor Immelman  80/1  
Vijay Singh  80/1  
Y-E Yang  80/1  
Ben Crane  100/1  
Brandt Snedeker  100/1  
Chez Reavie  100/1  
Heath Slocum  100/1  
Jason Dufner  100/1  
Jerry Kelly  100/1  
Mark Wilson  100/1  
Padraig Harrington  100/1  
Ryan Palmer  100/1  
Sean O’Hair  100/1  
Stewart Cink  100/1  
Tommy Gainey  100/1  
Brandt Jobe  125/1  
Brian Davis  125/1  
Brian Gay  125/1  
Chad Campbell  125/1  
Chris Kirk  125/1  
D-A Points  125/1  
George Mcneill  125/1  
Jeff Overton  125/1  
Kevin Na  125/1  
Pat Perez  125/1  
Rory Sabbatini  125/1  
Scott Piercy  125/1  
Steve Marino  125/1  
Blake Adams  150/1  
Bryce Molder  150/1  
Cameron Tringale  150/1  
Charley Hoffman  150/1  
Chris Couch  150/1  
J.B. Holmes  150/1  
John Rollins  150/1  
Jonathan Byrd  150/1  
Ricky Barnes  150/1  
Scott Stallings  150/1  
Charlie Wi  175/1  
Hunter Haas  175/1  
Jimmy Walker  175/1  
Nick O’Hern  175/1  
Robert Garrigus  175/1  
Bill Lunde  200/1  
J.J. Henry  200/1  
Johnson Wagner  200/1  

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