It is the final chance this season to wager on PGA golf betting odds as this is the last event of the year. Golf odds results from last year saw Stephen Ames take home the Children’s Miracle Network Classic title as he defeated Tim Clark. This year the purse for this golf odds tournament is $4.6 million with the winner taking home $828,000. Since this is the last tournament of the season a lot will be on the line with golfers battling for position on the money list.
The tournament also has a lot of tradition which might mean a few big names make an appearance on the golf betting odds board. A couple of former U.S. Open champs will be part of the field. Lee Janzen and Scott McCarron have accepted sponsor's exemptions and will be on the golf odds board this week. A couple of other golfers that should attract attention in golf odds are Boo Weekley and J.B. Holmes, who played on this year's winning U.S. Ryder Cup team. Other names of interest on the golf odds board include some golf betting odds tournament winners in 2008, Daniel Chopra, Brian Gay, Ryuji Imada, Dustin Johnson, Richard S. Johnson, Greg Kraft, Will MacKenzie, Carl Pettersson, Chez Reavie and D.J. Trahan.
Golf odds for the Children’s Miracle Network Classic have a steep tradition. Some of the best players in the world have been part of past golf odds fields. Jack Nicklaus won in 1971, 1972, and 1973. Other big names like Tiger Woods, Ernie Els, Nick Faldo, Phil Mickelson, Arnold Palmer, Vijay Singh, and Sam Snead have played in this golf odds betting event.
The tournament definitely includes a lot of variety in golf odds as players from other countries take their last shot at a tournament in 2008. Last year it was Canadian Stephen Ames who won in golf odds in this event. He made a great save on the 18th to avoid a playoff with Tim Clark and reward gamblers who backed him in golf odds.
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