Quail Hollow Championship Odds

The Quail Hollow Championship has been positioned over the last couple of years as a sort of “sixth major”—that is, if you buy the notion that the Players Championship is the “fifth major.”

At any rate, thanks to a rare Tiger sighting, it’s got a very strong field, including most of the top ten: Tiger Woods (1), Phil Mickelson (2), Sergio Garcia (3), Geoff Ogilvy (4), Padraig Harrington (7), Vijay Singh (8) and Camilo Villegas (10). It also has eleven players who have won on the PGA tour this year.

The oddsmakers at Bodoglife have Tiger leading the pack at 5/2, while Phil Mickelson is second on the list at 9/1. Goeff Ogilvy is at 18/1, Anthony Kim at 28/1, Jim Furyk at 28/1. Hunter Mahan, Padraig Harrington and Sergio Garcia are at 33/1, while Retief Goosen and Rory Sabbatini round out the top ten at 40/1.

I have to say I’m a little surprised with the direction the betting seems to be going with Anthony Kim. He’s 46th in the FedEx Cup rankings, which for my money tells me that forty five players are having a better year. But maybe the oddsmakers know something I don’t.

Read the rest of the post to see the complete odds for the 2009 Quail Hollow Championship, provided courtesy of Bodoglife.Com, the world’s largest online sports betting destination.

Tiger Woods – 5/2
Phil Mickelson – 9/1
Geoff Ogilvy – 18/1
Anthony Kim – 28/1
Jim Furyk – 28/1
Hunter Mahan – 33/1
Padraig Harrington – 33/1
Sergio Garcia – 33/1
Retief Goosen – 40/1
Rory Sabbatini – 40/1
Sean O’Hair – 40/1
Charles Howell – 40/1
Camilo Villegas – 50/1
David Toms – 50/1
Lucas Glover – 50/1
Nick Watney – 50/1
Robert Karlsson – 50/1
Stewart Cink – 50/1
Vijay Singh – 50/1
Angel Cabrera – 50/1
Adam Scott – 50/1
Boo Weekley – 66/1
John Merrick – 66/1
Ryuji Imada – 66/1
Steve Marino – 66/1
Aaron Baddeley – 66/1
Brian Gay – 66/1
Chad Campbell – 66/1
Davis Love III – 66/1
Ian Poulter – 66/1
KJ Choi – 66/1
Trevor Immelman – 66/1
Kavin Na – 80/1
Martin Kaymer – 80/1
Robert Allenby – 80/1
Ross Fisher – 80/1
Stuart Appleby – 80/1
Zach JOhnson – 80/1
Andres Romero – 80/1
Ben Curtis – 100/1
Bo Van Pelt – 100/1
Jonathan Byrd – 100/1
Jerry kelly – 100/1
Jeev Singh – 100/1
Jeff Overton – 100/1
Justin Rose – 100/1
John Senden – 100/1
JB Holmes – 100/1
Ken Duke – 100/1
Kevin Sutherland – 100/1
Matthew Goggin – 100/1
Pat Perez – 100/1
Ryan Moore – 100/1
Rod Pampling – 100/1
Steve Flesch – 100/1
Tommy Arbor III – 100/1
Todd Hamilton – 100/1
Tim Petrovic – 100/1
Ben Crane – 125/1
DJ Trahan – 125/1
George Mcneill – 125/1
Joe Ogilve – 125/1
John Rollins – 125/1
Michael Letzig – 125/1
Mark Wilson – 125/1
Nicholas THompson – 125/1
Rich Beem – 125/1
Woody Austin – 125/1
Brian Davis – 125/1
Brett Quigley – 125/1
Bubba Watson – 125/1
Cameron Beckman – 150/1
DA Points – 150/1
Danny Lee – 150/1
David Mathis – 150/1
Dean Wilson – 150/1
Fredrik Jacobson – 150/1
Greg Chalmers – 150/1
Greg Owen – 150/1
Harrison Frazar – 150/1
Heath Slocum – 150/1
Jason Bohn – 150/1
Jason Dufner – 150/1
JJ Henry – 150/1
Mark Calcavecchia – 150/1
Matt Kuchar – 150/1
Nathan Green – 150/1
Nick O’Hern – 150/1
Paul Goydos – 150/1
Robert Garrigus – 150/1
Rocco Mediate – 150/1
Scott Piercy – 150/1
Troy Matteson – 150/1
Vaughn Taylor – 150/1
Webb Simpson – 150/1
YE Yang – 150/1
The Field – 5/1
Stuart Appleby – 80/1

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