Golf Betting on Arnold Palmer Invitational at SBG Global

November 30th, 2010 Golf Betting

Golf betting fans have yet to experience the rush of a big time field of entrants at a PGA event so far in this young season.

But with the Arnold Palmer Invitational just weeks away, online golf betting is about to heat up. With several tournaments already in the can and the Match Play championships on the horizon, Arnold’s event should be the first traditional golf betting event with a loaded field.

Golf betting fans seem to rarely witness an event with all the top players entered these days with so many events going on and so many scheduling conflicts. But because of the players great respect for the Palmer most make a point to attend this world class golf betting occasion. And of course no online golf betting field would be complete without the inclusion of world number one Tiger Woods.

It seems any more that a golf betting event can’t even be considered a top tier event without the inclusion of Woods. Although he has yet to officially confirm for the golf betting event he is all but certain to play, and as most online golf betting fans know he generally waits until the last possible moment to commit.

Woods has enjoyed great golf betting success at Palmer’s Bay Hill course, the host site for the golf betting event and will look to continue his streak there. The world’s number ranked golf betting competitor has won more at this course than any other human and of course will be the favorite in the online golf betting odds just as he is every week. He’s already won his first two events of the season and will be looking to make it three golf betting events in a row for a red hot start in 2008.

In all likelihood the golf betting victory is his to loose. Hoping to capitalize on any mistakes he might make will be Phil Mickelson who after last week’s win looks to be back in top golf betting form and the rest of the usual golf betting suspects including Jim Furyk, Stuart Appleby, Ernie Els and others. Although not all the top players have yet to commit to the golf betting event, almost everyone will be there out of respect for Palmer.

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