Golf Odds on the Buick Open

November 30, 2010 Golf

With two Majors still left on the sports betting calendar and plenty of major PGA events fans could hardly want for interesting golf betting odds.

One such event with golf odds that will be plenty in demand is the Buick Open running from July 30th to August 2nd.

Golf odds fans are generally major fans of this event. Not that they’re in love with the Buick line of quality automobiles (or that anyone is for that matter) but for the simple fact that there is guaranteed to be a Tiger Woods sighting in the golf odds at this event. As the golf betting odds public knows, Woods plays a selective schedule and aside from Major events, and his own AT&T golf odds events there are very few tournaments that he plays on a regular basis.

The Buick Open just happens to be one of the golf betting odds events that he’s a regular at, due to his previous sponsorship deal. But since that deal was terminated last year no one but Tiger is quite sure if he’ll be in the gold odds event this year. And for that matter it’s hard know whether Buick will around for another year to host a golf odds event.

So if you’ve ever wanted to gamble on some golf betting odds for the Buick Open, this could be your last chance. Held at the Warwick Hills Country Club outside of Flint, MI (a city that may not be around much longer either) it’s been a classic betting fixture on the golf odds schedule for more than half a century. First launched in 1958 the winners list of this golf odds competition is littered with golf notables.

At 7,127 yards this is beautiful northern course that is beautiful in July with soft and thick greens that allow for low, low, scores. Robert Wrenn set the tournament and single round records for a golf odds event here 22 years ago with a 262 and -26, respectively.

Kenny Perry is the current golf odds champ after taking the title in 2008. He’s quite likely among the favorites to win some money for sports betting fans this year as well. He’s played terrific golf but had a bit of bad luck. He’s definitely due for a win and seems to know his way around the course.

Of course is Tiger is in the field, it’s his golf odds tournament to lose.

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