The Honda Classic is played in Palm Beach Gardens in Florida at PGA National Resort & Spa's Champion Course and always has interesting golf gambling odds for bettors to consider.
Golf gambling game odds for the Honda Classic have been of interest to gamblers for many years. Experts that look at golf gambling game odds know that the Classic was founded in 1972 and since 1982 Honda has been the sponsor. Golf gambling game odds on the Honda Classic have never included Tiger Woods since he has never played the tournament. Phil Mickelson has not been on the golf gambling odds board for the Honda Classic since 2002. Ernie Els has not been on the golf gambling odds board since 1999 although he has said he will play this year’s Classic. It is somewhat surprising that all of the top golfers in the world do not play the event since it has a first place prize of about $1 million dollars. Part of the problem for the Honda Classic has been that it is not as popular as the Bay Hill Invitational and the CA Championship and some golfers choose to skip it.
Golf gambling game experts remember that last year Mark Wilson won a four man playoff to get his first ever PGA Tour victory. Gamblers that look at golf gambling game odds remember that the one round tournament record is held by Dan Pohl, Hale Irwin, Tim Herron and Jerry Kelly who all shot 62. The tournament record as golf gambling experts remember is held by Justin Leonard who shot a four round total of 264 in 2003.
Golf gambling game odds on the 2008 Honda Classic will be available in late January. The tournament will be televised on the Golf Channel and on NBC television so golf gambling game fans will be able to watch their wagers in action all weekend. Some of the golf gambling game odds favorites will likely be Ernie Els, Davis Love III, Steve Stricker and Jerry Kelly. The Honda Classic oftentimes gives gamblers good golf gambling game wagering opportunities.