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2012 PGA Valero Texas Open Odds To Win: Matt Kuchar Favored

2012 PGA Valero Texas Open Odds To Win: Matt Kuchar Favored

2012 PGA Valero Texas Open Odds To Win: Matt Kuchar Favored    
By Drew Sharper

SAN ANTONIO, TX (TheSpread) – The next even on the PGA Tour is the 2012 Valero Texas Open. Here is a look at the odds to win this event.

According to oddsmakers, Matt Kuchar is the favorite to win this event, with 9/1 odds. Other short odds to win are Kevin Na (20/1) and Fredrik Jacobson (22/1).

Kuchar is 15th in the world rankings. He has finished in the top 10 in four of his last five tournaments and failed to miss a cut in his last nine events. He has not played in this event in recent years.

Na is 52nd in the world rankings. He has been on a roll as of late, finished 12th or better in his last three events. He has failed to miss a cut in his last nine tournaments. He missed the cut in this tournament last year.

Jacobson is 47th in the World Rankings. He has made the cut in his last 13 events, but placed in the top 10 in just two of them. He was runner up in this event in 2010 and placed fifth in 2011.

The Valero Texas Open begins on Thursday, April 19 and will run through Sunday, April 22 from AT&T Oaks Course in San Antonio, Texas. For complete odds for each golfer to win the Valero Texas Open, see below.

2012 PGA Valero Texas Open Odds to Win

Matt Kuchar 9/1
Kevin Na 20/1
Fredrik Jacobson 22/1
KJ Choi 25/1
Johnson Wagner 25/1
JB Holmes 28/1
Bud Cauley 30/1
Charley Hoffman 30/1
Brian Davis 35/1
Boo Weekley 35/1
Ryan Moore 35/1
Harris English 40/1
Ryan Palmer 40/1
Brandt Jobe 45/1
Chad Campbell 50/1
Cameron Tringale 50/1
Brendan Steele 50/1
Marc Leishman 50/1
Kevin Stadler 50/1
Kevin Chappell 50/1
John Rollins 50/1
Jimmy Walker 50/1
Vaughn Taylor 50/1
Spencer Levin 50/1
Greg Chalmers 55/1
Chris Stroud 55/1
Kevin Streelman 55/1
Brendon De Jonge 60/1
Charlie Wi 70/1
Anthony Kim 70/1
Colt Knost 75/1
Stephen Ames 75/1
Scott Piercy 75/1
Matt Every 80/1
Jerry Kelly 80/1
Seung-Yul Noh 90/1
DA Points 90/1
Brian Gay 90/1
Kris Blanks 100/1
James Driscoll 100/1
Hunter Haas 100/1
Heath Slocum 100/1
John Huh 100/1
Ricky Barnes 100/1
John Mallinger 100/1
Billy Mayfair 100/1
Tommy Gainey 110/1
Matt Jones 110/1
Brian Harman 110/1
Justin Leonard 110/1
JJ Henry 125/1
Danny Lee 125/1
Dicky Pride 125/1
Ben Curtis 125/1
Matt Bettencourt 125/1
Briny Baird 125/1
Mathew Goggin 125/1
Tom Gillis 125/1
Mark Anderson 125/1
Troy Matteson 125/1
Nick Ohern 140/1
Harrison Frazar 140/1
Stuart Appleby 140/1
Bob Estes 140/1
Roberto Castro 140/1
Garth Mulroy 140/1
William Mcgirt 150/1
Will MacKenzie 150/1
Graham Delaet 150/1
Daniel Summerhays 150/1
Chris Riley 150/1
Russell Knox 150/1
Chris DiMarco 150/1
Nathan Green 150/1
Miguel Angel Carballo 150/1
Blake Adams 150/1
Lee Janzen 150/1
Kyle Reifers 150/1
Kevin Kisner 150/1
Jonas Blixt 150/1
Josh Teater 150/1
Jason Gore 150/1
Jamie Lovemark 150/1
Bill Lunde 175/1
Jordan Spieth 175/1
Joe Durant 175/1
Shaun Micheel 175/1
Steve Flesch 175/1
Will Claxton 175/1
Kelly Kraft 200/1
Bobby Gates 200/1
Michael Putnam 200/1
Brendon Todd 200/1
Brett Quigley 200/1
Brett Wetterich 200/1
Patrick Sheehan 200/1
Paul Stankowski 200/1
Cameron Beckman 200/1
Roland Thatcher 200/1
Scott Langley 200/1
Dean Wilson 200/1
Steve Wheatcroft 200/1
Duffy Waldorf 200/1
Edward Loar 200/1
Sunghoon Kang 200/1
Ted Potter Jr 200/1
Tim Herron 200/1
Garrett Willis 200/1
Tim Petrovic 200/1
JJ Killeen 200/1
Billy Horschel 225/1
John Merrick 225/1
Erik Compton 225/1
Jason Kokrak 225/1
Gavin Coles 225/1
Ryuji Imada 225/1
Gary Christian 225/1
Steven Bowditch 225/1
Scott Brown 250/1
Daniel Chopra 250/1
Omar Uresti 250/1
Patrick Reed 250/1
David Hearn 250/1
David Mathis 250/1
Skip Kendall 250/1
Rich Beem 250/1
Diego Velasquez 300/1
Derek Lamely 300/1
Stephen Gangluff 300/1
David Duval 300/1
Shane Bertsch 300/1
Craig Barlow 300/1
Charlie Beljan 300/1
Rocco Mediate 300/1
Robert Gamez 300/1
Robert Damron 300/1
Billy Hurley III 300/1
Martin Flores 300/1
Arjun Atwal 300/1
Alexandre Rocha 300/1
Marco Dawson 300/1
Marc Turnesa 300/1
Joe Ogilvie 300/1
Troy Kelly 300/1
Ted Purdy 300/1
Kyle Thompson 400/1
Zack Miller 400/1
Eric Axley 400/1
Matt Mcquillan 400/1
Hank Kuehne 500/1
Tommy Biershenk 500/1
Scott Dunlap 500/1
Neal Lancaster 500/1
Richard H Lee 500/1
Lonny Alexander 1000/1

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Re: 2012 PGA Valero Texas Open Odds To Win: Matt Kuchar Favored

Valero Texas Open betting: PGA Preview and Picks
By Matt Fargo

The tour leaves the southeast following a blowout victory by Carl Pettersson at the RBC Heritage in Hilton Head and heads back to another difficult venue in Texas. The Valero Texas Open takes place this week from the AT&T Oaks Course in San Antonio.

This is the third year that the Oaks will host this event and they received good news this week as this event will precede the Masters next year. The Shell Houston Open, which is normally before the Masters, is moving back one more week.

Even with two years played here, it is still difficult to look at how players have fared in this event and that means a lot of the past history prior to that from La Cantera can be tossed away. However, this is still in Texas so those who can hit through wind and keep the ball low will be rewarded. Temperatures will be moderate and lots of sun for the weekend is forecasted. This Greg Norman designed layout emphasizes ball string while distance is a plus.

Last year, the Oaks was the most difficult out of 22 Par 72 courses. It was fifth toughest in fairways hit and fourth toughest in greens hit and the 7,435-yard layout is expected to play difficult again this year. This is a shotmaker's course and that is proven with the way the par fives are played. The scoring average on those holes last year came in at just under par - highest of any other course. Only 22 players finished under par last year compared to 50 the previous year.

Last year we saw a pretty healthy field but that is not the case this year. Only one player from the FedEx Cup top 10 and the money list top 10 are in the field - Johnson Wagner. There are no OWGR top 10 players teeing it up so with no real big names, it leaves the door wide open for some surprises. Defending champion Brendan Steele is back but he's the lone champion from the past four years that is back in San Antonio.

Matt Kuchar (+1,000) is the favorite this week which is no surprise as he is the highest ranked player in the field at 15th in the OWGR. He is coming off a dreadful finish at the RBC Heritage with a Sunday 77 to drop him out of contention. Still, he carded four straight top 10 finishes prior to that and he should bounce back strong.

Kevin Na (+2,000) was a YouTube sensation last year after his infamous 16 on the par-four ninth hole here but he took it in stride and laughed it off. What is no laughing matter is that he is playing exceptional right now with a T4 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, a T12 at the Masters and a T4 last week in Hilton Head.

Charlie Hoffman (+2,500) is coming off a T8 last week, his first top 10 of the year, so that should get him moving in the right direction. Playing here will not hurt as he finished T2 last year after a T13 in 2010. It is interesting to note that before last year's runner-up here, he had no top 10s coming in prior to that.

Jimmy Walker (+4,000) missed the cut here last year but that was an aberration more than the norm. Walker went to Baylor so he knows Texas golf and he proved that two years ago with a T3 finish, two shots behind champion Adam Scott. He has three top10s this year and with a light field, he will be in the mix.

For a longshot we will go with Matt Every (+6,000). He has been boom or bust this year as he has missed the cut in five events, but he also has three top 10s to his credit. He should continue the solid side this week following a T8 at the RBC Heritage last week and last year in San Antonio, he finished a respectable T30.

Recommended tournament win five pack at the Valero Texas Open (all for one unit):

Matt Kuchar (+1,000)

Kevin Na (+2,000)

Charlie Hoffman (+2,500)

Jimmy Walker (+4,000)

Matt Every (+6,000)

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