There is hardly a fan of the Open Championship odds competition that is not aware that Tiger Woods will not be playing the Open Championship betting odds battle this year.
As such, he can no longer be considered the front runner and the Open Championship odds fans are scrambling to find a player to place their wagers on. While the PGA Tour is loaded with talented there are several players who playing exceptionally well as the Open Championship odds approach and should be looked upon favorably by the Open Championship betting odds fans.
Kenny Perry has been on fire of late and his even temperament seems to be a perfect fit to play well in the Open Championship odds competition. Perry has never won a major before and never been in real contention at any of his previous visits to the Open Championship betting odds competitions. But nonetheless, his current hot streak has to be taken into consideration and he will enter the Open Championship odds having won two of his past five events. His best finish in the Open Championship odds thus far was an eight place finish in 2003. But this could be the year for the Kentuckian in the Open Championship betting odds battle.
But perhaps the only player on the planet hotter than Perry (and that will be active at the Open Championship odds) is Anthony Kim. This young man is the biggest story in golf right now and enters the Open Championship betting odds battle on a roll. Coming off a win at Tiger Woods event in Washington Kim will have all the confidence in the world when the Open Championship odds get underway. He, like Perry is one of the only players on tour with multiple wins and without Tiger there to create a glass ceiling, anything seems possible for this young man once the Open Championship odds begin to play out.
There are of course dozens of other great players in contention for the Open Championship odds title and all are more than capable of winning the title. And perhaps for the first time in a decade, the absence of Woods has truly opened up the Open Championship odds competition to the entire field.