Odds To Win The Valero Open 2011

There’s a strong Australian flavor at the top of the list for this week’s Valero Open—and why not. Three different Australians (shame on you if you can’t name Adam Scott, Geoff Ogilvy and Jason Day) very nearly won the Masters. Adam Scott is the bettor’s favorite at 10/1, followed closely by Geoff Ogilvy at 11/1. The public, I supposed, is more impressed with Scott’s granny putter than it is by Ogivly’s major credentials (he won the 2006 US Open and also has collected three World Golf Championship titles). Martin Laird, who played with Tiger at the Masters—although you’d be hard pressed to find footage of him—is next at 16/1. He’s got lots of promise; lets hope he avoids Monty’s star crossed career. Next is a trio of Americans: Bo Van Pelt, who did well at the Masters (22/1); Anthony Kim, who was supposed to contend for a jacket, but didn’t (25/1); and long hitting JB Holmes (25/1). Yet another Aussie, Mark Leishman, is in at 28/1, as is American Ryan Palmer, another top 10 Masters finisher and Brandt Snedeker, who finished T15 and is 28/1

The presence of so many Masters contenders—and there were SO MANY Masters contenders—makes this week more interesting to me than it otherwise would be. In addition to the aforementioned Scott, Ogivly, Van Pelt, Snedeker and Palmer, there’s also Cabrera (33/1).

You can find the complete betting odds for the 2011 Valero Open below, courtesy of Bodog, the world’s largest betting destination.

Player Odds
Adam Scott  10/1  
Geoff Ogilvy  11/1  
Martin Laird  16/1  
Bo Van Pelt  22/1  
Anthony Kim  25/1  
J.B. Holmes  25/1  
Brandt Snedeker  28/1  
Marc Leishman  28/1  
Ryan Palmer  28/1  
Chad Campbell  30/1  
Angel Cabrera  33/1  
Charles Howell III  33/1  
Charley Hoffman  33/1  
Fredrik Jacobson  33/1  
Jimmy Walker  33/1  
Ricky Barnes  33/1  
Scott Verplank  33/1  
Spencer Levin  33/1  
Stewart Cink  33/1  
Brian Gay  40/1  
J.J. Henry  40/1  
John Senden  40/1  
Kevin Na  40/1  
Brendon De Jonge  50/1  
Chris Kirk  50/1  
Justin Leonard  50/1  
Anders Hansen  66/1  
Johnson Wagner  66/1  
Tommy Gainey  66/1  
Vaughn Taylor  66/1  
Brandt Jobe  80/1  
David Hearn  80/1  
Jhonattan Vegas  80/1  
John Rollins  80/1  
Kevin Streelman  80/1  
Kyle Stanley  80/1  
Matt Jones  80/1  
Nick O’Hern  80/1  
Pat Perez  80/1  
Tim Petrovic  80/1  
Troy Matteson  80/1  
Bobby Gates  100/1  
Bryce Molder  100/1  
Hunter Haas  100/1  
John Merrick  100/1  
Kevin Sutherland  100/1  
Roland Thatcher  100/1  
Bill Lunde  125/1  
Blake Adams  125/1  
Briny Baird  125/1  
Cameron Beckman  125/1  
Chris Stroud  125/1  
Garrett Willis  125/1  
Justin Hicks 125/1  
Kevin Stadler  125/1  
Matt Every  125/1  
Michael Putnam  125/1  
Steve Elkington  125/1  
Chez Reavie  150/1  
Chris Riley  150/1  
David Mathis  150/1  
Dean Wilson  150/1  
Joe Ogilvie  150/1  
Josh Teater  150/1  
Keegan Bradley  150/1  
Kent Jones  150/1  
Michael Thompson  150/1  
Richard S Johnson  150/1  
Scott McCarron  150/1  
Shaun Micheel  150/1  
William Mcgirt  150/1  
Zack Miller  150/1  

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