Tiger Woods, except for two brief spells when David Duval and Vijay Singh owned the number one ranking has been the best player in golf betting odds and any type of golf odds in general. But with Woods out for the rest of the year it presents one of the first occasions in great while to debate on the top player in golf odds.
Just a year or two ago it would have been a given that Phil Mickelson would be lock for the top player in golf betting odds rankings. And he still could be, but several injuries and a sub-par year have precluded Mickelson from snatching the title of best golfer in golf odds outright. There have been plenty of talented young upstarts looking to make their names in the golf odds during Woods’ absence and according to many golf betting odds fans have made their mark. And there have even been some older golfers on the PGA Tour that have been impressive in Woods’ golf odds absence.
But the crowd of competitors seeking to be the best in golf odds so far this year is a small group with only a handful of multiple winners in the golf odds competitions so far. Kenny Perry, the elder statesman of the group and perhaps the biggest surprise in golf odds this year has won twice in the PGA golf betting odds. He’s simply been constant when others have not and he’s well rewarded with his two golf odds wins.
Mickelson is another multiple winner of golf odds events this PGA season and is considered the best golfer in the group. But several young upstarts would love to finish up the season with a few more golf odds wins and take the title of the of the golf betting odds player of the year. Anthony Kim has emerged from out of nowhere to become the hottest player in golf odds. He has come out on top of two golf odds events in the past two months and will enter the second half of the golf odds seasons as one of the favorites.