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2013 PGA Wells Fargo Championship Odds To Win: Rory McIlroy Favored

2013 PGA Wells Fargo Championship Odds To Win: Rory McIlroy Favored

2013 PGA Wells Fargo Championship Odds To Win: Rory McIlroy Favored
By Drew Sharper

CHARLOTTE, NC (TheSpread) – This week’s PGA event is the Wells Fargo Championship and features a very strong field. Here is a look at the odds to win this tournament.

According to oddsmakers from, Rory McIlroy is the favorite to win, as he has 9/1 odds to win. Other short odds to win are Lee Westwood (16/1), Phil Mickelson (16/1) and Webb Simpson (18/1).

McIlroy is second in the world rankings and he has placed in the top 10 in 10 of his last 17 events. McIlroy missed the cut in this event in 2011 and placed second in last year’s event.

Westwood is 12th in the world rankings. He is coming off a pair of top-10 finishes in his last two events. He placed fifth in this tournament a year ago.

Mickelson is 11th in the world rankings, but he has failed to crack the top 10 in his last three golf tournaments. He placed 26th in this event last year and ninth in 2011.

Simpson is 18th in the world rankings and he is coming off a second-place finish in his last tournament after missing the cut in his last two events prior. Simpson placed fourth in this tournament last year.

Bet on Golf Odds

The 2013 Wells Fargo Championship begins on Thursday, May 2 and concludes on Sunday, May 5 from Quail hollow in Charlotte, North Carolina. For a complete look at the odds to win the 2013 Wells Fargo Championship, see below.

2013 PGA Wells Fargo Championship Odds To Win

Rory McIlroy 9/1
Lee Westwood 16/1
Phil Mickelson 16/1
Webb Simpson 18/1
Bubba Watson 22/1
Dustin Johnson 22/1
Rickie Fowler 22/1
Nick Watney 25/1
Sergio Garcia 25/1
Bill Haas 28/1
D-A Points 40/1
Henrik Stenson 40/1
Hunter Mahan 40/1
Ian Poulter 40/1
Angel Cabrera 50/1
Bo Van Pelt 50/1
Jimmy Walker 50/1
Lucas Glover 50/1
Nicolas Colsaerts 50/1
Boo Weekley 55/1
Padraig Harrington 55/1
Brendon De Jonge 66/1
Charles Howell III 66/1
Kevin Streelman 66/1
Martin Kaymer 66/1
Robert Garrigus 66/1
Ryan Moore 66/1
Fredrik Jacobson 75/1
Kevin Stadler 75/1
Kyle Stanley 75/1
Luke Guthrie 75/1
Mark Wilson 75/1
Russell Henley 75/1
Zach Johnson 75/1
Brian Davis 80/1
Chris Kirk 80/1
John Senden 80/1
Martin Laird 80/1
Pat Perez 80/1
Cameron Tringale 90/1
David Toms 90/1
Geoff Ogilvy 90/1
Jordan Speith 90/1
Ben Crane 100/1
Ben Curtis 100/1
John Huh 100/1
Jonathan Byrd 100/1
Matteo Manassero 100/1
Camilo Villegas 125/1
Gary Woodland 125/1
Jerry Kelly 125/1
John Peterson 125/1
John Rollins 125/1
Ken Duke 125/1
Matt Jones 125/1
Retief Goosen 125/1
Richard Lee 125/1
Rory Sabbatini 125/1
Ryo Ishikawa 125/1
Sean O'Hair 125/1
Seung-yul Noh 125/1
Trevor Immelman 125/1
Bobby Gates 150/1
Brendan Steele 150/1
Bud Cauley 150/1
John Merrick 150/1
Johnson Wagner 150/1
Jonas Blixt 150/1
Kevin Chappell 150/1
Ted Potter Jr. 150/1
Vijay Singh 150/1
Andres Romero 175/1
Charlie Beljan 175/1
Chris Stroud 175/1
David Lynn 175/1
Jason Kokrak 175/1
Josh Teater 175/1
Morgan Hoffman 175/1
Ricky Barnes 175/1
Scott Brown 175/1
Brandt Jobe 200/1
Brian Harman 200/1
Brian Stuard 200/1
Chad Campbell 200/1
D.H. Lee 200/1
David Hearn 200/1
George Mcneill 200/1
James Hahn 200/1
Justin Hicks 200/1
Nicholas Thompson 200/1
Robert Karlsson 200/1
Ross Fisher 200/1
Scott Stallings 200/1
Steve LeBrun 200/1
Stuart Appleby 200/1
Tom Gillis 200/1
Tommy Gainey 200/1
Aaron Watkins 250/1
Ben Kohles 250/1
Brad Fritsch 250/1
Daniel Summerhays 250/1
Darron Stiles 250/1
Dicky Pride 250/1
Erik Compton 250/1
Fabian Gomez 250/1
Greg Owen 250/1
Henrik Norlander 250/1
J.J. Henry 250/1
James Driscoll 250/1
Luke List 250/1
Martin Flores 250/1
Peter Tomasulo 250/1
Robert Streb 250/1
Roberto Castro 250/1
Scott Langley 250/1
Steve Marino 250/1
Troy Matteson 250/1
Cameron Percy 300/1
Casey Wittenberg 300/1
Chez Reavie 300/1
Colt Knost 300/1
Doug Labelle 300/1
Hunter Haas 300/1
Jason Bohn 300/1
Patrick Reed 300/1
Robert Allenby 300/1
Shawn Stefani 300/1
Stephen Ames 300/1
Jeff Maggert 350/1
Steven Bowditch 350/1
Tag Ridings 350/1
David Lingmerth 400/1
Joe Ogilvie 400/1
Joey Snyder III 400/1
Justin Bolli 400/1
Will Claxton 400/1
Alistair Presnell 500/1
David Mathis 500/1
Jim Herman 500/1
Jin Park 500/1
Kevin Sutherland 500/1
Lee Williams 500/1
Michael Bradley 500/1
Scott Verplank 500/1
Jesper Parnevik 750/1
Mike Weir 750/1
Scott Gardiner 750/1
Wes Short Jr 750/1
Kelly Mitchum 1000/1

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Re: 2013 PGA Wells Fargo Championship Odds To Win: Rory McIlroy Favored

Wells Fargo Championship Preview and Picks
By Matt Fargo

The Wells Fargo Championship, formerly known as the Quail Hollow Championship, is the tour's next stop this week and the drama continues from Charlotte as this is the final tuneup prior to THE PLAYERS Championship next week. Billy Horschel is coming off his first PGA Tour win at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans last week but it will be tough this week for a first timer to win as the field is a packed one with many high profile players.

Quail Hollow is no easy track as the 7,492-yard layout is tight so accuracy is of the utmost importance here. Four years ago, the course ranked 19th in difficulty (out of 51) and three years ago, it was the second-most difficult of all par-72s in non-majors. Two years ago it finished under par for the first time ever and it backed that up last year with a similar result. The final three holes is dubbed the 'Green Mile' and this is where the tournament can be won or lost.

The last event before THE PLAYERS features just one player inside the top ten in the OWGR, Rory McIlroy. There are still many big names present though with Bubba Watson, Phil Mickelson Sergio Garcia, Lee Westwood, Webb Simpson and Nick Watney teeing it up. This is slowly becoming one of the bigger stops on tour that is not a Major despite taking place the week before the 'fifth Major'. In 2017, Quail Hollow is hosting the PGA Championship which says something about this track.

The defending champion is Rickie Fowler (+2,000) who defeated Rory McIlroy and D.A. Points on the first playoff hole. That was his first victory on the PGA Tour and while he does not have one since then, he has been playing well with three tops tens and just one missed cut this season. Sundays have not been kind to him of late though and until he can put four consecutive consistent rounds together, we have to stay off.

Webb Simpson (+1,500) came close to a victory two weeks ago but lost in a playoff to Graeme McDowell in Hilton Head. He did miss two cuts previous to that but he still has three top tens overall as well as four other top 20's. After missing the cut in his first two starts here, he finished T21 two years ago and solo fourth last year and it certainly doesn't hurt being a member at Quail Hollow.

Bubba Watson (+2,200) had a great week in New Orleans despite an opening 73 as he posted a 65 on Friday and a 66 on Sunday to finish T15. He has missed only one cut this year and has finished outside T18 only twice in eight starts overall. He did not play here last year but does have a solid track record as he tied for second in 2009. He is ranked sixth in GIR which is a big stat for here.

Nick Watney (+2,500) has sniffed a victory only once this season which resulted in a T4 at the Farmers Insurance Open. Despite that, he has played very well with only one missed cut and four other top 20 finishes. He is coming off a T15 last week where he posted four 69's and he can carry that into Quail Hollow following an eighth place finish here a year ago.

Because of some big favorites this week, we are getting value as we go down the board and that is the case with Lucas Glover (+5,000). He has been somewhat inconsistent but he is coming off a his second fourth place finish of the season last week in New Orleans. He is winless since 2011 as injuries took a toll but that last victory was right here when he took out Jonathan Byrd in a playoff.

Kyle Stanley (+8,000) will be the longshot pick this week and a big one at that. He has been all over the place this year but he plays well in bunches and after a solo third last week at the Zurich Classic, he can come back strong again here. Let's not forget his implosion, and subsequent solo second, at the Farmers last year only to come back and win the next week.

Recommended Tournament Win Five Pack at The Wells Fargo Championship (all for One Unit)

Webb Simpson (+1,500)
Bubba Watson (+2,200)
Nick Watney (+2,500)
Lucas Glover (+5,000)
Kyle Stanley (+8,000)

2012 Record to date after 36 events: +51.6 Units
2013 Record to date after 16 events: +15.6 Units

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