Las Vegas Golf Betting and PGA Tour Odds

It’s a New (Jason) Day in Las Vegas PGA TOUR Betting Odds for Deutsche Bank Event

Las Vegas, Nev. (Sept. 1, 2015)–Golf’s latest Big-3, Jason Day, Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy, top the field in the second event of the PGA TOUR FedEx Cup playoffs. Day leads the way into this week’s Deutshce Bank Championship in Boston at 6-1, followed by Spieth at 7-1 and McIlroy at 15-2. Action will be heating up on the course and the Las Vegas sports book betting windows. –By Bill Bowman; Odds courtesy of Jeff Sherman The favorite in the PGA TOUR betting, Day, was an easy choice with his sizzling play of late. “Jason is the favorite this week with three
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It’s Jordan Spieth Rules for Barclays, Fed Ex Cup Las Vegas Golf Betting Action

Las Vegas, Nev. (Aug. 26, 2015)–Whether it’s this week’s first event of the PGA Tour’s playoff format, the Barclays, or the FedEx Cup playoff race, everyone’s chasing world No. 1 Jordan Spieth. And the Las Vegas golf betting experts at GolfOdds.com have set the PGA TOUR betting odds and Spieth is the man to bear. –By Bill Bowman; Odds courtesy of Jeff Sherman. In the Barclays tournament, week one of the four-week playoff run, Spieth leads the way at 11-2 odds. He’s followed by Jason Day at 8-1 and Justin Rose at 12-1. Checking out the overall FedEx playoff odds, it’s
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Tiger Woods Opens at Stunning 60/1 To Win PGA TOUR Wyndham Championship

Las Vegas, Nev. (Aug. 17, 2015)—The Wyndham Championship just got a little more interesting this week as Tiger Woods is entered in the field. Coming off a missed cut last week at the final major of the year, the PGA Championship, the question remains: Will Tiger Woods have a major impact on the betting public? The answer may surprise you. –By Bill Bowman; Odds courtesy Jeff Sherman A trio of players, Hideki Matsuyama, Brooks Koepka and Brandt Snedeker lead the betting favorites at 15-1. Adam Scott, with his UNLV and Vegas ties, is 20-1 along with Justin Thomas. But it’s Tiger
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Injured McIlroy Near Top of Vegas PGA Championship Betting Odds But Spieth the Favorite

Las Vegas, Nev. (Aug. 11, 2015)—It’s showtime…again. The PGA Tour’s final major, the PGA Championship, is upon us this week and Jordan Spieth, winner of two of the first three majors in 2015, leads the way at 6-1 in the PGA Championship betting odds according to the Las Vegas PGA TOUR betting experts at GolfOdds.com. Rory McIlroy, coming off an ankle injury, is second at 10-1. But a stacked, world-class field gives bettors plenty of options. –By Bill Bowman; Odds courtesy of Jeff Sherman So while there are plenty of questions swirling around Whistling Straits this week, the golf will
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Justin Rose Tops PGA TOUR Vegas Betting Odds at Quicken Loans National

Las Vegas, Nev. (July 28, 2015)–Everything’s coming up Rose this week on the PGA Tour according to the Las Vegas PGA TOUR betting odds experts at GolfOdds.com. That’s Rose … as in Justin Rose. At 8-1 odds, the world’s seventh-ranked player in the Official World Golf Rankings, is the favorite in this week’s Quicken Loans National tournament. — By Bill Bowman; Odds courtesy of Jeff Sherman. The tournament is hosted by Tiger Woods and Woods is in the field but he’s a 50-1 longshot to win. His odds have continued to rise as his world-ranking continues to fall. But, how
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2015 Open Championship Odds: Spieth the Favorite, Woods a Long Shot

Las Vegas, Nevada (July 14, 2015)–According to Las Vegas’ GolfOdds.com, Jordan Spieth is the odds-on favorite to win his third major of 2015 at The Open Championship while Tiger Woods, winner of 14 career majors, is a long shot. The winner of the first two majors of the 2015 season and also the winner of last week’s John Deere Classic, Spieth comes into this week’s Open Championship on quite a roll and as the 6-1 betting favorite across The Pond. Woods, as of this writing, was 30/1. –By Bill Bowman; Odds courtesy of Jeff Sherman In fact, Spieth is the only
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Loyal Jordan Spieth Leads Vegas PGA TOUR Odds for John Deere Classic

Las Vegas, Nev. (July 7, 2015)–With time counting down to the third major of the 2015 season on the PGA Tour–The Open Championship–players are taking different approaches to the week before a major. Some stay at home to play before heading out (the John Deere Classic) while others head across The Pond early to tee it up (the Scottish Open). We’ll see which approach may have worked better, but on this side of the pond, Jordan Spieth leads the Vegas betting odds from GolfOdds.com at 7-2. –-By Bill Bowman; Odds Courtesy of Jeff Sherman Spieth is playing the John Deere mainly
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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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