Accenture Match Play Championship Golf Bet Odds at SBG Global

November 30th, 2010 Golf Betting

Golf bet odds on the Accenture Match Play Championships are different than golf betting odds on other tournaments.

Golf bet odds for this tournament will have matchups that change throughout the weekend as golfers win matches to advance to the next round. Golf bet odds will show the top 64 golfers in the world paired against each other. The Accenture Match Play Championship is held at the Gallery at Dove Mountain in Marana, Arizona – just north of Tucson. The tournament is held in late February with golf bet odds available the week of February 18th.

Many golf betting gamblers like the Accenture Match Play Championship because it is a match play format. You have the top golfer in the world matched against the 64th ranked golfer and on down the line in golf betting. It is similar to the NCAA basketball Tournament where 64 teams are invited. This tournament is organized the same way on the golf bet odds board with the winner moving on and the losing player going home. Golf bet gamblers saw Henrik Stenson win last year’s tournament. Stenson defeated Zach Johnson in his first match, K.J. Choi in his 2nd, Aaron Baddeley in this third and Geoff Ogilvy in the final match. Stenson became only the second European to win the Accenture Match Play Championship, joining Darren Clarke who won in 2000. There is a consolation match when it gets down to the final four players and last year it was Trevor Immelman defeating Chad Campbell.

Golf bet odds on matches in the Accenture Match Play Championship see some of the highest individual matchup golf betting odds of the year. Tiger Woods is routinely a -300 or -400 favorite against the 64th ranked golfer in the world in his first round match. Other first round golf bet odds on the #2 vs. #63, #3 vs. 62 and #4 versus #61 are also high with golf bet odds of -200 or more.

Golf bet odds are also listed before the Accenture Match Play Championship begins with Woods the normal golf betting favorite. Phil Mickelson, Jim Furyk, and Ernie Els are also normal golf bet favorites for the Accenture Match Play Championship. The tournament can be seen on the Golf Channel and on NBC television.

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