Golf odds for the HP Byron Nelson Championship have defending champion Adam Scott as one of the favorites.
Scott has been in the Top 20 in the world and always seems to be popular in golf betting odds. Let’s look at some of the important information to consider when betting the HP Byron Nelson Championship.
Golf odds for this tournament will be on the board May 18th with the tournament beginning on May 21st and concluding on May 24th. Golf betting odds gamblers can watch this tournament on The Golf Channel the first two days and on CBS the final two days.
Adam Scott was the winner in golf odds last season in a very exciting playoff. “We are extremely excited and honored to have Adam defend his title,” said Tournament Chairman Charley Spradley. “His dramatic three-hole playoff and his 48-foot, Championship-winning putt had us on the edge of our seats last year, and we can’t wait to see what he’ll do this year.”
Scott is not the only player who will attract attention in golf odds this week. Phil Mickelson will probably bet the favorite in golf odds since he is always popular with fans and gamblers. Also on the golf betting odds board is Tommy Armour III, Briny Baird, Matt Bettencourt, Chad Campbell, Harrison Frazar, Charley Hoffman, J.B. Holmes, Colt Knost, Justin Leonard, Hunter Mahan, Sean O’Hair, Ryan Palmer, Ted Purdy, Webb Simpson and Brandt Snedeker. There are four players on the golf betting odds board who got sponsor exemptions and they are Rich Beem, Michael Schachner, and past golf odds champions of this event, Shigeki Maruyama and Jesper Parnevik.
Golf odds for the HP Byron Nelson Championship go all the way back in history to 1944. The HP Byron Nelson Championship is the eighth longest-running active golf odds tournament on the PGA TOUR schedule.
Last year the winner in golf odds was Adam Scott while two years ago it was Scott Verplank. Brett Wetterich won in golf odds in this event in 2006 while Ted Purdy won in 2005. Sergio Garcia won in golf odds in 2004 while Vijay Singh won this tournament in 2003. Shigeki Maruyama was the 2002 winner, Robert Damron in 2001 and Jesper Parnevik in 2000.
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