Puerto Rico Open on Golf Betting Odds at SBG Global

November 30, 2010 Golf

Golf Betting odds makers will have a new PGA event to handicap this season.

For the first time ever fans will be able to read golf odds for the Puerto Rico Open as an official PGA event. While the inaugural event might remain a bit of a mystery as far as golf betting odds go there is no doubt that the event could develop into a marquee PGA stop in time.

Golf betting odds makers will have a challenge on their hands as the field for the event is unknown at this time. Once the field is decided the golf betting odds makers will get to work handicapping the field. The course and scenery will no doubt stunning but the real question among golf betting odds fans will be about which players will show up to battle for the inaugural crown.

But with the event falling March a cold month in parts of the US it’s quite likely that the Puerto Rican golf betting odds event will hold plenty of appeal to many PGA Tour players. The golf odds for the event will be dictated predominantly by the field that shows up.

If the entire top half of the world rankings shows up, obviously the golf betting odds would favor them. But with the Masters, not all that far after this golf betting odds event many at the top end of the rankings could take the week off. Or, it’s also possible that they could use the Puerto Rican golf betting odds event as a warm up as some golf odds experts have suggested.

The event will be held at the Coco Beach Golf and country club a venue not many golf betting odds experts are likely familiar with. That may cause some interesting developments in setting the golf betting odds that would work in favor of fans playing the golf odds. This Tom Kite designed course offers stunning Caribbean views and plenty of challenges although golf betting odds fans should expect plenty of low scores so long as the weather cooperates. Rain is a very real possibility this time of the year in Puerto Rico and that could also greatly impact the golf betting odds.

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