Las Vegas Golf Betting and PGA Tour Odds

Red Hot Bubba Watson Is Vegas PGA TOUR Betting Favorite at The Greenbrier Classic

Las Vegas, Nev. (June 30, 2015)–It’s one of those betting dilemmas: Do you take the hot golfer (last week’s winner at the Travelers, Bubba Watson, is favored at 10-1) or one of the other PGA Tour stars to win this week’s Greenbrier Classic. Hmmm, let’s do the math. –By Bill Bowman, Odds by Jeff Sherman. At 10-1, Bubba’s odds certainly beat some of the previous numbers such as 4-1 or 5-1. “His odds are reflective of coming off a win at 12-1 and the relative strength of the field this week,” said Jeff Sherman, assistant director of the Westgate Superbook
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Bubba Watson Is Vegas Betting Favorite at PGA TOUR’s Travelers Championship

Las Vegas. Nev. (June 23, 2015)–It’s one of those weeks in the betting world: The chance to make big money with the right bet. The Travelers Championship is being played at TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, Conn., where the Las Vegas PGA TOUR betting odds favorite is Bubba Watson at an enticing 12-1. –By Bill Bowman; Odds courtesy of Jeff Sherman. But there’s other opportunities to cash a Vegas PGA TOUR jackpot. Brandt Snedeker, Sergio Garcia and Patrick Reed are all next at 15-1. If you’re looking for odds on players like Tiger, Phil, Jordan, Justin, etc., you won’t find
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Vegas Betting U.S. Open Odds Reveal McIlroy, Spieth as Favorites But Chambers Bay Might Be The Victor

Las Vegas, Nev. (June 16, 2015)—It’s the second major of the year, the U.S. Open, and there are plenty of questions surrounding the PGA Tour’s stop at Chambers Bay in University Place, Wash. Can Jordan Spieth (the Masters winner) make it two majors in a row? Can Rory McIlroy get off the missed cut wagon? McIlroy (7-1) and Spieth (8-1) top the betting field this week in the official Vegas betting U.S. Open odds from Las Vegas’ GolfOdds.com. Will the Chambers Bay course totally take apart the best players in the world? Las Vegas’ Ryan Moore, pictured, is playing in his
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Dustin Johnson Is Vegas Golf Odds Favorite At 2015 FedEx St. Jude

Las Vegas, Nev. (June 10, 2015)–Dustin Johnson, the 7th-ranked golfer in the Official World Golf Rankings, is the top-ranked player teeing it up in this week’s PGA TOUR FedEx St. Jude Classic and leads the Las Vegas betting odds at 11-2 as released by GolfOdds.com. The top six players in the world may be skipping in preparation for the U.S. Open, but there are still many top players up and down the betting board to tempt players. –By Bill Bowman; Odds courtesy of Jeff Sherman A foursome of those big-name players: Phil Mickelson, Billy Horschel, Ryan Palmer and Webb Simpson
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Vegas PGA TOUR Betting Odds Reveal Spieth as 2015 Memorial Favorite

Las Vegas, Nev. (June 2, 2015)–The story isn’t who is favored in the Vegas PGA TOUR betting odds at this week’s Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio. It’s who is not favored. Jordan Spieth leads the field at 7-1 with Dustin Johnson second at 12-1. But, look down the board a little and you’ll see two very familiar names with high odds: Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are both at 25-1. –By Bill Bowman; Odds courtesy of Jeff Sherman “Right now it’s all about Rory McIlroy and Spieth,” said Jeff Sherman, assistant director of the Westgate Superbook and founder of GolfOdds.com, when
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Spieth Returns To Action, Tops Betting Field At Crowne Plaza Invitational

Las Vegas, Nev. (May 19, 2010)—It’s simple : Take the No. 1 player in the world out of the mix (Rory McIlroy) and add back in the No. 2 player (Jordan Spieth) and it’s easy to see why Spieth is the 5-1 favorite to win this week’s PGA Tour’s Crowne Plaza Invitational in Fort Worth, Tx. But, fear not. McIlroy is playing this week and is the 5-2 favorite at the BMW PGA Championship in Surrey, England.–By Bill Bowman; Odds courtesy of Jeff Sherman Spieth, returning to action after taking time off after missing the cut at The Players Championship,
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McIlroy The Runaway Betting Favorite In This Week’s Wells Fargo Championship

Las Vegas, Nev. (May 12, 2015)—Just when you thought you had this betting thing down to a science comes a tournament like this week’s Wells Fargo Championship in Charlotte, N.C. Usually there are two or three betting favorites. Not this week. It’s Rory McIlroy at 5-1 and then everyone else. The second choices are Jim Furyk and Henrik Stenson, both at a whopping 15-1. Now comes the big question, where are you going to put your money?–By Bill Bowman; Odds courtesy of Jeff Sherman Well, if you talk with Jeff Sherman, assistant director of the Westgate Superbook and founder of
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2015 THE PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP Vegas Odds Favor Spieth, McIlroy

Las Vegas, Nev. (May 5, 2015)–Big golf tournaments mean big-name players, big matchups and, possibly, big paydays. Such is the scenario for this week’s Players Championship being held in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. And right now, there aren’t two bigger names in golf than Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth, co-favorites at 7-1 in the official odds released by Las Vegas’GolfOdds.com. –By Bill Bowman; Odds courtesy of Jeff Sherman But, then come the big numbers. Players like Henrik Stenson, Justin Rose and Jim Furyk are all next on the betting sheet at a whopping 20-1. At 25-1 is Jason Day. Players like
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Jordan Spieth Tops Betting Field at WGC-Cadillac Match Play Event

Las Vegas, Nev. (April 27, 2015)–The world’s top-ranked professional golfers (except for Phil Mickelson who has bowed out) invade TPC Harding Park in San Francisco this week for the WGC-Cadillac Match Play. And that includes world No. 1 Rory McIlroy. But, for bettors this week, it’s not McIlroy sitting atop the wagering odds. It’s Jordan Spieth at 8-1.–By Bill Bowman Now before you wonder if there’s been some sort of mistake and there’s a new king of the hill, relax…there isn’t. McIlroy is second at 10-1 and there’s good reason for that. “I initially had McIlroy as the favorite until
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Gaze Into the Future For US Open and FedEx Cup Vegas Golf Betting odds

Las Vegas, Nev. (April 24, 2015)–Ah yes, it’s time to look into your crystal ball and make a future golf bet or two on a couple of high profile golf events–the winner of the 2015 FedEx Cup race and the U.S. Open champion (set for June 18-21). But remember, odds can go down (if a player gets hot) or go up (if a player struggles) as time goes on so better beware.–By Bill Bowman; Odds by Jeff Sherman With future bets, you’re gambling your player or players will get hot at the right time. “You can’t really say the odds
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