Golf betting is starting to get in full swing now that the Tour has moved to Florida.
This week the Honda Classic has a number of top pros in the field and gamblers that bet on golf have a lot of great choices. Golf betting odds are wide open on the Honda Classic. Two of the favorites in golf betting odd are defending champion Ernie Els and Sergio Garcia who is ranked #2 in the world.
If Tiger Woods decides to surprise everyone with an early return he would obviously replace these two as the favorite in golf betting odds. Garcia has a chance to take over the #1 ranking in the world since Wood is still out due to injury. Garcia has been a solid choice in golf betting as he has finished in the top eight in seven of his last eight tournaments.
Gamblers that bet on golf can watch the Honda Classic on the Golf Channel on Thursday, March 5th and Friday March 6th and then watch the final two rounds on Saturday, March 7th and Sunday, March 8th on NBC television. Last year gamblers that bet on golf saw Ernie Els shoot a final round 67 to defeat 2006 champion Luke Donald by just one shot. Two years ago in golf betting it was Mark Wilson winning a four-way playoff against Jose Coceres, Boo Weekley and Camilo Villegas.
Golf betting odds show a number of international players in the field. Golf betting information shows that Darren Clarke of Northern Ireland and Miguel Angel Jimenez of Spain will be part of the field. World #15 Rory McIlroy will be part of the golf betting field. Shingo Katayama of Japan got another of the wild card entries as did Hawaii teenager Tadd Fujikawa. Last season Fujikawa played in the Honda Classic but missed the cut, shooting rounds of 78 and 76. Golf betting information shows that Erik Compton, the double heart transplant player from south Florida got another of the wild card spots.
Golf betting should be excellent for the Honda Classic and you don’t want to miss out. Open your account at SBG Global and bet on golf today.
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