The Masters Odds to Feature Young Guns at SBG Global

Big names like Ernie Els and Jim Furyk, long mainstays in the top ten rankings are no longer in that group and may not be among The Masters odds favorites once competition begins.

The Masters odds are always full of big names and legendary players. However, there is currently a shift going on professional golf that has seen a new wave of talented players replace many of the better known names in the rankings and it will have a definite effect on The Masters betting odds in 2009.

The Masters odds makers have until the beginning of April to try and hammer out lines for The Masters betting odds, but many of the traditional favorites are either past their prime, slumping or have been overthrown by up and coming players. New arrivals in the top ten that aren’t quite household names abound in this year’s field at The Masters odds competition.

One young player to watch out for who has had phenomenal success of late is American golfer Anthony Kim, who will surely be one of the dark horse favorites in The Masters odds. Kim has a very good all-around game and has proven that the big stage, such as The Masters betting odds tournament, doesn’t bother him.

Another new entrant into the world’s top ten that will be looking to make his mark in The Masters odds competition and has the game to do it is Swede Henrik Stenson. Stenson has quietly been one of the most consistent players on tour over the past two years and that’s why he’ll enter The Masters odds ranked sixth in the world.

Colombian Camilo Villegas has also emerged as real threat in The Masters odds competition as well. His imagination and skill around the green with his short irons is among the best in the game. Although he’s shown some nerves while leading other big events, he’s matured greatly over the past two years on Tour and should be a threat when The Masters odds roll around.

Another young gun in every sense of the word that has a slim chance at turning The Masters odds on their head is Northern Irish teenager Rory McIlroy who is ranked 16th in the world. The 19-year old captured his first title in Dubai and he’s looking to carry that success over The Masters odds and claim his first Major.

Of course, the old guard will still be at The Masters odds competition in full force but it’s the young guys that could make the biggest impact in The Masters odds betting this year.

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