Golf betting for the FBR Open gets underway on late January from Phoenix, Arizona with some of the best players in the world teeing it up.
Fans really line up to watch the FBR Open and it makes for some exciting online golf betting with players like JB Holmes, Aaron Baddeley, Phil Mickelson, Vijay Singh and others competing for the title.
Golf betting history indicates that the 2009 FBR Open is the 74th playing of the Open, and the sixth as the FBR Open. It is one of the five oldest events on the PGA TOUR as golf betting statistics tell us. Golf betting winners at the FBR Open include Vijay Singh, Phil Mickelson, Tom Lehman and others.
Golf betting stats tell us that the FBR Open is the most attended tournament of the PGA season. The 4-day attendance of the tournament is usually around half a million spectators. The most popular hole as golf betting information tells us is the 16th hole since it has the best viewing capacity.
Phil Mickelson is always the most popular golf betting choice among the fans since he went to Arizona State. Other popular golf betting choices for the FBR Open will be defending champion J.B. Holmes and 2007 winner Aaron Baddeley. Holmes was also the golf betting winner in 2006. Mickelson almost always attracts a lot of attention from gamblers around the world and his odds are usually lower than the actually should be. Mickelson did win in 2005 though while Jonathan Kaye won in 2004. The golf betting winner in 2003 was Vijay Singh. Chris DiMarco was the online golf betting winner in 2002 while Mark Calcavecchia dominated the field in 2001. Tom Lehman was the champ in 2000 as online golf betting stats showed.
A golf betting field of 132 players will be on the board for the FBR Open. Included in the field will be Camilo Villegas, Anthony Kim, K.J. Choi, Tim Clark, Stuart Appleby, Angel Cabrera and Kenny Perry. Online golf betting information determines that the FBR Open begins on January 29th and concludes on Super Bowl Sunday, February 1st.
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