Odds To Win the Wyndham Championship 2011

There’s a pretty good field at the Wyndham Championship this week, even if Tiger passed on the opportunity to get some more reps in by playing. David Toms, who has had somewhat of a renaissance this year, leads the odds at 12/1. He’s followed by Bill Haas, a forgotten Young Gun who’s made the cut in 18 of 21 starts this year, including two seconds. Haas, who finished T12 at last week’s PGA, is 20/1 along with Webb Simpson. They’re followed by Charles Howell, Brandt Snedeker and Brendan de Jonge at 25/1.

That’s an interesting mix at the top, especially considering that Jim Furyk (28/1), Ian Poulter (33/1), Padraig Harrington and Retief Goosen (40/1), Ernie Els and Davis Live (50/1) also are in the field.

I think what we’re seeing here over the last few months is a real passing of the guard.

Name Odds
David Toms  12/1  
Bill Haas  20/1  
Webb Simpson  20/1  
Charles Howell III  25/1  
Brandt Snedeker  25/1  
Brendon De Jonge  25/1  
Jim Furyk  28/1  
Ian Poulter  33/1  
Lucas Glover  33/1  
Spencer Levin  33/1  
Kyle Stanley  40/1  
Anthony Kim  40/1  
Chad Campbell  40/1  
Kyung-Tae Kim  40/1  
Padraig Harrington  40/1  
Carl Pettersson  40/1  
Jason Dufner  40/1  
Ben Crane  50/1  
Trevor Immelman  50/1  
Chris Kirk  50/1  
Pat Perez  50/1  
Retief Goosen  50/1  
Davis Love III  50/1  
Ernie Els  50/1  
Chez Reavie  60/1  
Brandt Jobe  60/1  
Cameron Tringale  60/1  
Paul Casey  66/1  
Bud Cauley  66/1  
John Rollins  66/1  
Steve Marino  66/1  
Henrik Stenson  66/1  
Angel Cabrera  80/1  
Kris Blanks  80/1  
Johnson Wagner  80/1  
Chris Riley  80/1  
Chris Couch  80/1  
Hunter Haas  80/1  
Jerry Kelly  80/1  
Nick O’Hern  80/1  
Heath Slocum  80/1  
Camilo Villegas  80/1  
Chris Dimarco  80/1  
Garrett Willis  80/1  
Chris Stroud  80/1  
Blake Adams  80/1  
Steve Flesch  80/1  
Jimmy Walker  100/1  
Bill Lunde  100/1  
D.J. Trahan  100/1  
Josh Teater  100/1  
Vijay Singh  100/1  
Michael Letzig  100/1  
J.J. Henry  100/1  
Troy Matteson  100/1  
Vaughn Taylor  100/1  
Justin Leonard  100/1  
Tommy Gainey  100/1  
Kevin Stadler  100/1  
John Merrick  100/1  
Ryuji Imada  100/1  
Scott McCarron  125/1  
Rod Pampling  125/1  
Arjun Atwal  125/1  
Marc Leishman  125/1  
Tom Pernice Jr.  125/1  
John Mallinger  125/1  
Woody Austin  125/1  
Aron Price  125/1  
Kevin Chappell  125/1  
Bob Estes  125/1  
Ben Curtis  125/1  
George Mcneill  150/1  
James Driscoll  150/1  
Joe Durant  150/1  
David Hearn  150/1  
Michael Thompson  150/1  
Tim Petrovic  150/1  
David Mathis  150/1  
Matt Bettencourt  150/1  
Jim Renner  150/1  
Matt Mcquillan  150/1  
Tom Gillis  150/1  
Matt Jones  150/1  
Michael Connell  150/1  
Jason Bohn  150/1  
Shane Bertsch  150/1  
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1 thought on “Odds To Win the Wyndham Championship 2011”

  1. On Morning Drive today they were pointing out the notables for this week and why you are seeing some of them there-  We all know that Tiger is not in the top 125 to make the playoffs, but at 126 and 130 is Els and Harrington.  I had no idea that neither of them were currently in the playoffs.

    Angel Cabrerra is at 150, Boo Weakley is at 154.

    At 125 is Villegas, right on the bubble. 

    I don’t know how many people can move up or down significantly from one tournament, but Goosen, Appleby, and Poulter are all above 100. 

    I am rooting for Daly at Cup #199 to win.

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