Sony Open in Hawaii on Golf Betting at SBG Global

November 30, 2010 Golf

Golf betting in January includes the Sony Open in Hawaii. The event is the first full field event for gamblers looking to make a golf bet.

Each January the Sony Open in Hawaii has a field of 144 golfers for gamblers looking at golf betting odds.

Golf betting on the Sony Open in Hawaii has competitive odds because some of the best golfers in the world enjoy playing in Hawaii.  The Sony Open is held at the Waialae Country Club on the island of Oahu.  Last year it was Paul Goydos rewarding golf betting gamblers with a win over Charles Howell III and Luke Donald.  Goydos shot a final round 67 to win.  Golf betting gamblers may remember that Goydos shot 14-under par to win by one shot.

Gamblers that look to make a golf bet will want to know that the Sony Open in Hawaii is part of the PGA Tour’s FedEx Cup Series.  Golf betting gamblers know that the tournament has been held at the Waialae Country Club in Honolulu, Hawaii since the tournament started in 1965.  The tournament is the second overall event for gamblers looking to make a golf bet and the first one with a full field.  Golf betting experts remember that David Toms was the winner in 2006.  Those same golf betting experts know that Vijay Singh won the tournament in 2005.  Gamblers that make a golf bet really looked seriously at Ernie Els in the tournament since he won in 2003 and 2004.  The 2002 winner as golf betting gamblers remember was Jerry Kelly.  Some golf betting gamblers may remember that Brad Faxon won the tournament in 2001.

Gamblers that look at golf betting odds on the Sony Open in Hawaii will definitely want to consider past winners Ernie Els and Vijay Singh.  They should be among the favorites on the golf odds board this week.

Two time winners of the Sony Open in Hawaii are the previous mentioned Ernie Els, Hubert Green, Corey Pavin and Lanny Wadkins.  The tournament Record is held by John Huston and Brad Faxon who shot a total of 260.  The 54-hole record is also held by Huston and Faxon.  The 35-hole record is held by Huston, Davis Love III, Paul Azinger, Faxon and John Cook.  The 18-hole record is held by Davis Love III who shot a 60 back in 1994.

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