The hottest current player in the Golf Odds at SBG Global

November 30, 2010 Golf

A year ago there were not many golf odds fans, or even golf betting odds makers, that were all that familiar with the name Anthony Kim.

If anything, the young Kim was better known for his partying away from the golf odds than any accomplishments in the golf betting odds. But after cutting down on the former activity and dedicating more time to his golf odds performance the young man has catapulted to the top of the list of hot players in the golf odds.

Kim has been linked to greatness for some time now and has been on the minds of many golf odds experts as someone with great potential. For years he has been tabbed as the next big thing in golf odds after some very impressive feats in golf betting odds tournaments at the college and amateur level, but this is the first year that Kim has put it all together on the pro golf odds circuit. Until 2007, Kim was perhaps best known for being a member of the 2005 Walker Cup golf odds winning team as a 20 year old.

After a decent college golf odds career at the University of Oklahoma he embarked on a career in the PGA golf odds in 2006. He impressed right off the bat finishing second in the golf betting odds contest in his first PGA tournament. He then qualified for PGA golf odds competition in 2007 by earning his card through qualifying and had an impressive 4 top ten finishes in his rookie golf odds season.

But that was nothing to what he’s done so far in the 2007 golf betting odds season. He among a short list for four players, including Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods that has won multiple golf odds tournaments this year and is a front runner for the player of the year award in the PGA golf odds competition. After destroying the field at the Wachovia he went on to win Woods’ tournament, the AT&T by shooting a fourth round 65 and became the first American under the age of 25 to win at least two PGA tour odds tournaments.

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