Odds To Win The Frys.Com Open 2011

It’s Deja Vu all over again as Tiger Woods is the 7/1 favorite to win the 2011 Frys.Com Open.

In truth, it’s a little strange to see the Striped One play in the Fall Series with the likes of David Duval, Pat Perez and other somewhat marginal players on the Tour. Tiger’s presence normally signals the appearance of all of the sport’s luminaries. But it’s been a strange year. The only other marquee name this weekend is Ernie Els (28/1) who has himself had a strange couple of seasons.

Speaking of strangeness … Kevin Na is in second at 25/1. Na, who in recent years has gained a reputation for agonizingly slow play, had yet to live down his 14-over-par excursion through the woods at the Valero Texas Open when he added a “whiff” to his resume while winning last week’s Justin Timberlake.

Also at 25 to one are Paul Casey and Spencer Levin.

Speaking of slow play, Ben Crane is in the field at 33/1. He adds to the strangeness with his training and Golf Boys videos.

From a purely perverse angle, I’d like to see an opening round trio of Tiger, Kevin Na and Ben Crane. Tiger’s no speedy player himself, but I’ll bet those two would drive him to homicide.

The complete betting odds for the Frys.Com Open, 2011 edition, are below, courtesy of Bodog, the world’s largest betting destination.

Player Odds
Tiger Woods  7/1  
Kevin Na  25/1  
Paul Casey  25/1  
Spencer Levin  25/1  
Ernie Els  28/1  
Louis Oosthuizen  28/1  
Ben Crane  33/1  
Brandt Jobe  33/1  
Bryce Molder  33/1  
Chad Campbell  33/1  
Brendan Steele  40/1  
Chez Reavie  40/1  
Patrick Cantlay  40/1  
Rory Sabbatini  40/1  
Scott Piercy  40/1  
Brendon De Jonge  50/1  
Charlie Wi  50/1  
Chris Stroud  50/1  
Hunter Haas  50/1  
Kevin Stadler  50/1  
Marc Leishman  50/1  
Pat Perez  50/1  
Paul Goydos  50/1  
Tim Herron  50/1  
Tommy Gainey  50/1  
Trevor Immelman  50/1  
Angel Cabrera  66/1  
Bill Lunde  66/1  
Blake Adams  66/1  
Bud Cauley  66/1  
Cameron Tringale  66/1  
David Hearn  66/1  
George Mcneill  66/1  
John Rollins  66/1  
Justin Leonard  66/1  
Nick O’Hern  66/1  
William Mcgirt  66/1  
Alex Prugh  80/1  
Billy Horschel  80/1  
Billy Mayfair  80/1  
Boo Weekley  80/1  
D.J. Trahan  80/1  
Greg Chalmers  80/1  
Heath Slocum  80/1  
Ricky Barnes  80/1  
Rod Pampling  80/1  
Ryuji Imada  80/1  
Stephen Ames  80/1  
David Duval  100/1  
Josh Teater  100/1  
Kevin Chappell  100/1  
Michael Letzig  100/1  
Nathan Green  100/1  
Tim Petrovic  100/1  
Vaughn Taylor  100/1  
Ben Curtis  125/1  
Bob Estes  125/1  
Briny Baird  125/1  
Chris Dimarco  125/1  
David Mathis  125/1  
Dean Wilson  125/1  
Garrett Willis  125/1  
Jarrod Lyle  125/1  
Joe Ogilvie  125/1  
John Merrick  125/1  
Rocco Mediate  125/1  
Roland Thatcher  125/1  
Steve Elkington  125/1  
Steve Flesch  125/1  
Woody Austin  125/1  
Adam Hadwin  150/1  
Arjun Atwal  150/1  
Aron Price  150/1  
Cameron Percy  150/1  
Chris Riley  150/1  
Matt Jones  150/1  
Michael – H Thompson  150/1  
Scott McCarron  150/1  
Steven Bowditch  150/1  
Sunghoon Kang  150/1  
Tag Ridings  150/1  
Tom Pernice Jr.  150/1  
Troy Matteson 150/1  
Troy Merritt  150/1  
Bobby Gates  175/1  
Joe Durant  175/1  
Paul Stankowski  175/1  
Alexandre Rocha  200/1  
Kevin Kisner  200/1  
Michael Connell  200/1  
Shaun Micheel  200/1 
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1 thought on “Odds To Win The Frys.Com Open 2011”

  1. Seems like Micheel should be higher than 200 to 1.  Also Gainey at 50 to 1 seems a little long – Two Gloves is due, and it will be interesting to see what happens against this field for him.

    Also strange is the absence of Rickie Fowler.  If I am not mistaken, he finished strong in this event last year, and against a weaker field he was sure to finish strong this year.  Also I think he lived in Vegas last year. 

    Tiger with single digit odds?  Seems stupid, however, if he was lumped in with the 1/25 guys then I wouldn’t have a problem with that.  In fact if there were a couple guys at 1/15 or so, I might put Tiger there.  I do think he will finish well, and has as good a chance as any to win, maybe a better chance.  If he does blow up and miss the cut or finish at T70, it will be interesting to see if Couples gets much heat.  Also I think there is a decent chance that if he is +6 or so, he could be having an “injury”.  Then how does he come back for the Australian or Presidents?

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