Golf Odds for Shell Houston Open at SBG Global

November 30, 2010 Golf

Golf odds are piling up on a weekly basis now that the PGA Tour and is back in full swing. Fans of golf betting odds have a full slate of tournaments to choose from week in and week out.

One of the upcoming golf odd events that shouldn’t be missed is the Shell Houston Open held in Houston, TX on April 5th. Golf odds are becoming more and more in demand as the season approaches the Majors stretch of the season with the remaining events in the interim serving as final warm-ups, including the Shell Houston Open. As the final PGA sanctioned golf odds event before the Masters, the first Major golf betting odds event of the year, the Houston Shell Open takes on added significance in the golf odds world.

Every player wants to peak at the right time and winning this golf odds event would certainly be the right time for any golfer looking to make a serious run at the Masters golf odds title. Because of its close proximity on the golf betting odds calendar the Shell Houston Open is a tournament that everyone wants to win. However, because of its unique positioning on the golf odds calendar, many of the games top players opt to skip the event. Instead they’d rather get to Augusta early and prepare there for the first golf odds Major of the year. Tiger Woods certainly falls into this category and never plays in the Shell golf betting odds event. Generally Phil Mickelson also follows suit.

But the top European pros in the golf odds generally play the event as do many other top international golf odds stars like Vijay Singh. Singh has done very well in the golf odds here in years past winning the event back-to-back in 2004 and 2005. He could be another contender again this year but the youth movement is much more likely to take the fore in the early golf odds.

Last year’s champion American Johnson Wagner was a wild card winner and unlikely to repeat. However, the two previous champs Aussies Stuart Appleby and Adam Scott must certainly be considered top contenders. And keep an eye on young Irish upstart Rory McElroy who had a strong showing at Doral and has the skills to be a PGA golf odds winner at the age of 19.

Weather could certainly be a factor at the Redstone Golf club and if a player can get an early lead here in the opening rounds he’ll like be able to close out the golf odds win if the elements turn nasty.

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