Odds To Win The Tour Championship 2012

After winning the last two FedEx Cup events, Rory McIlroy is the hottest player on the planet. But what are the odds that he could win three in a row?

9/2 to be exact.

At least, those are the odds for Rory to win the Tour Championship, according to Bovada.lv It would really be something, wouldn’t it?

McIlroy is one of five players who are “in control of their own destiny.” They can win the entire FedEx ball of wax by winning the Tour Championshipn at East Lake outright.

The four remaining are Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Nick Watney and Brandt Snedeker. The odds for the five:

Rory McIlroy (9/2)
Tiger Woods (5/1)
Phil Mickelson (12/1)
Brandt Snedeker (35/1)
Nick Watney (40/1)

Interestingly, the top five in the odds are not exactly the same as the five men of destiny. The top oddsmakers five are:

Rory McIlroy (9/2)
Tiger Woods (5/1)
Phil Mickelson (12/1)
Dustin Johnson (16/1)
Adam Scott (16/1)
Lee Westwood (16/1)

The complete odds are below:

Player Odds
Rory McIlroy 9/2 
Tiger Woods 5/1 
Phil Mickelson 12/1 
Dustin Johnson 16/1 
Adam Scott 16/1 
Lee Westwood 16/1 
Luke Donald 20/1 
Sergio Garcia 25/1 
Louis Oosthuizen 25/1 
Jason Dufner 25/1 
Jim Furyk 25/1 
Keegan Bradley 35/1 
Zach Johnson 35/1 
Justin Rose 35/1 
Brandt Snedeker 35/1 
Steve Stricker 35/1 
Bo Van Pelt 35/1 
Nick Watney 40/1 
Bubba Watson 33/1 
Webb Simpson 40/1 
Ernie Els 50/1 
Robert Garrigus 50/1 
Matt Kuchar 50/1 
Hunter Mahan 50/1 
Ryan Moore 50/1 
Rickie Fowler 66/1 
Carl Pettersson 66/1 
John Senden 66/1 
John Huh 80/1 
Scott Piercy 100/1 

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1 thought on “Odds To Win The Tour Championship 2012”

  1. Rory and Tiger are playing well it’s hard to see either of them finishing outside of their minimum required positions to win the whole thing. With the field being only limited to the top 30 it makes their chances even greater.

    The outsider for mine is Adam Scott. He’s playing great golf at present and if his putter has a good week is capable of being up near the finish.


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