Buick Invitational on Golf Betting at SBG Global

November 30th, 2010 Golf Betting

Golf betting odds will have Tiger Woods favored in the Buick Invitational in late January.

The 2008 Buick Invitational will have many of the top golfers in the world on the golf betting odds board including the #1 player in the world, Tiger Woods. Golf betting odds will have Woods as the prohibitive favorite in the Buick Invitational.  Gamblers that look to make a golf bet know that it is a tournament that Woods has owned.  He has won it the last three years and four of the last five.  He will be defending his title this season and will be a popular choice for gamblers looking to make a golf bet.  The purse will be the largest in tournament history at just over $5 million.

Golf betting gamblers will want to be aware that Woods also won the tournament back in 1999.  Another multiple winner of the tournament for golf betting gamblers to consider is Phil Mickelson who won the tournament in 1993, 2000 and 2001.  The only two other golfers to win the tournament for golf betting gamblers this decade are John Daly who won in 2004 and Jose Maria Olazabal who won in 2002.

Golf betting gamblers should be aware that the Buick Invitational is held at Torrey Pines golf course.  Golf betting experts remember that the event began as the San Diego Open in 1952 and moved to Torrey Pines as the Andy Williams San Diego Open in 1968.  The Buick Invitational has quite a history for golf betting gamblers to consider.  Jack Nicklaus had great success at the tournament, Arnold Palmer, Tom Watson, and of course Woods are multiple winners.  Gamblers that make a golf bet should know that the Buick Invitational is played on both of the PGA Championship North and South courses.  Golf betting gamblers should know that the final two rounds are played on the South course.

Last year golf betting gamblers watched as Andrew Buckle and Jeff Quinney had at least a share of the lead on the back nine.  Both stumbled and Woods shot past them.  Charles Howell III provided the final challenge with three birdies in a four-hole stretch, but Woods birdied the 17th to put things away.  Gamblers that made a golf bet remember that Howell did have a 50-foot eagle putt on the 18th that could have forced a playoff but it never had a chance.  Golf betting gamblers know that Woods finished at 15-under 273 for his 55th career victory.