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TOMS FAVORED TO WIN WYNDHAM CHAMPIONSHIP
Thu, 18 Aug 2011 10:39 AM EDT

Wyndham Championship

Tees Off: Thursday, August 18
Sedgefield Country Club – Greensboro, NC

Odds to Win Tournament

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Golfer Odds
David Toms 12-to-1
Bill Haas 20-to-1
Webb Simpson 20-to-1
Charles Howell III 25-to-1
Brandt Snedeker 25-to-1
Lucas Glover 30-to-1
Brendon de Jonge 30-to-1
Jim Furyk 30-to-1
Ian Poulter 40-to-1
Anthony Kim 40-to-1
Retief Goosen 40-to-1
Jason Dufner 40-to-1
Carl Pettersson 40-to-1
Kyung-Tae Kim 40-to-1
Trevor Immelman 40-to-1
Spencer Levin 40-to-1
Kyle Stanley 40-to-1
8 Golfers 50-to-1
9 Golfers 60-to-1
9 Golfers 80-to-1
4 Golfers 100-to-1
Stuart Appleby 150-to-1
John Daly 250-to-1
FIELD (Any other golfers) 2-to-1

Following a wild week in Atlanta for the PGA Championship, the Tour heads to Greensboro for the Wyndham Invitational. This year’s field is underwhelming, to say the least. Sedgefield has been one of the easiest courses on the Tour, and this year should be no different. Here’s the top contenders in a week where the scores should go very low… Odds.

Webb Simpson (20/1): Quite simply, he’s the best player in this field. He leads the Tour in all-around scoring, and on top of that he’ll have a home-course advantage, since he’s from Raleigh. He shot a 63 on Sunday here last year, finishing T8.

David Toms (12/1): Toms almost won another Wanamaker last week, finishing with a 65-67 over the weekend en route to a T4. He’s gone top-10 in his two starts since returning from a hip injury that kept him out for a month. Scores.

Lucas Glover (30/1): Glover’s been top-24 in this tournament in each of the past six years, including a seventh-place finish last year when he “faded” with 67’s on Saturday and Sunday.

Brandt Snedeker (25/1): He’s been top-8 here each of the past two years, and he’s had one of the best putters on Tour all year (second with .866 strokes gained per round).

Spencer Levin (40/1): He’s 11th on the Tour in scoring average (69.71) and has four top-10’s on the year, which makes him a serious contender this weekend. Levin was solid in Atlanta last week, with a T26.

Bill Haas (20/1): Haas shot three sub-70 rounds en route to a T12 at the PGA Championship, just two weeks after a playoff runner-up at the Greenbrier Classic. He’s seventh on the tour in Greens in Regulation (69.56%).

Charles Howell III (25/1): Howell got hot earlier in the summer, stringing together three top-5’s in June and July, and has made eight straight cuts. He’s ninth on the Tour in scoring average (69.64). The last time he came to Sedgefield, in 2009, he shot a final-round 63 en route to a T13.

Brendon de Jonge (30/1): He’s just been hanging around lately: de Jonge has a couple of top-10’s in his past four starts, and broke 70 twice in Atlanta (finishing T26) last week. With 10 top-10’s over the past two years, the Zimbabwe native is ready to break through. Las Vegas odds.


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