Honda Classic Betting Preview
The PGA Tour is in Florida this weekend for the Honda Classic where Camilo Villegas is the defending champion and where SBG Global is offering some of the industry's best golf lines.
It is a very strong field led by World No. 2 Lee Westwood and World No. 3 Luke Donald. Europeans are dominating the World rankings and they also dominate this field.
Westwood is the 11-1 favorite at Bovada l with Donald the second choice at 13-1.
It used to be American players ruled the World golf rankings but not anymore. European players are now the ones to beat each week on the PGA Tour. Tiger Woods is a shell of his former self and hasn’t won in more than a year and Phil Mickelson is as inconsistent as ever.
Matt Kuchar is probably the top American golfer right now. He will be playing this weekend and is 17-1 in golf odds. In addition to Westwood and Donald, other top European players like Graeme McDowell and Rory McIlroy are also playing in this event.
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The course for the Honda Classic is the Champions Course at PGA National and last year it was the second hardest on the PGA Tour. Last year it was Villegas who played extremely well to win by five shots over Anthony Kim. Villegas is not playing as well this season and is a longshot at 50-1.
Players that are preparing for the Masters in about a month really love to play the Honda Classic because the course is tough and challenging. It gets them ready to play Augusta. That is one reason the field this week is simply superb. Forget about Woods and Mickelson not being here as they are not the best players in the world anyway.
Last week’s winner at the Match Play Championships was Luke Donald and he won the Honda Classic back in 2006. He holds the course record at PGA National and he could win again this week. He should definitely be favored over Lee Westwood. Another player who should have lower odds than Westwood is Graeme McDowell who has played well in this tournament in the past.
If an American is going to win this golf betting week it could be Kuchar or it could be Rickie Fowler if he gets hot. Fowler looked really good against Phil Mickelson in Match Play last week but couldn’t keep his strong play going. If he could just be consistent for four rounds he would win a lot of tournaments. Fowler is listed at 28-1 in golf odds at SBG Global.com.
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