Golf Betting Tips for the Arnold Palmer Invitational at SBG Global

November 30th, 2010 Golf

Golf betting has seen a relative slump in activity over the past eight months due to Tiger Woods’ absence from any bet on golf events.

But now that he’s back the golf betting tournaments are once again abuzz with energy and one the most anticipated golf betting events in the early part of the season is always the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Unfortunately Woods will sit out this golf betting event this year, but that doesn’t mean that it won’t be full of excitement as every other top player in the world will be here.

Golf betting enthusiasts have grown accustomed to Woods dominating the Arnold Palmer event as he’s won five of the past nine of these golf betting events. Without Woods the front runner for this bet on golf proposition is wide open. Played every year in March at the legendary Spyglass Glass course in Orlando, FL it’s an event that is in many PGA golfers’ backyards and one that presents plenty of chances to bet on golf.

Spyglass has some of the most difficult golf betting holes in the world in including a monster closing hole on 18th that has broken many a golf betting fans’ dreams as leading players put their ball in the drink time after time. And anyone planning to bet on golf can be sure that the pressure and difficulty of this closing hole will once again dash the hopes of more than one leading golf betting contestant.

Woods is the defending champ here and the likely favorite were he to enter the golf betting completion. In his absence 2007 champ Vijay Singh has to be considered in the running even though he’s hardly the golf betting threat he once was. And world number two Phil Mickelson is a perennial threat to win any golf betting tournament he enters. As far as dark horses go, watch for American Anthony Kim to make a big showing. He’s a talented young player who’s yet to make a splash at a PGA event in 09.

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