2014 PGA Northern Trust Open Odds To Win: Dustin Johnson Favored

2014 PGA Northern Trust Open Odds To Win: Dustin Johnson Favored

2014 PGA Northern Trust Open Odds To Win: Dustin Johnson Favored
By Drew Sharper

PACIFIC PALISADES, CA (TheSpread) – The PGA Tour remains in California this week for the Northern Trust Open. Here is a look at the odds to win this event.

According to oddsmakers from Bovada.lv, Dustin Johnson is the favorite to win event, as he has 14/1 odds. Four other golfers have been given 18/1 odds to win.

Dustin Johnson is 11th in the world rankings and coming off a runner-up finish at Pebble Beach last week. He has placed in the top 6 in four of his last six events, which includes one win. He missed the cut at this event last year.

Of the golfers with 18/1 odds, Jordan Spieth is the top-ranked golfer in the group. He is currently 13th in the world rankings. He is coming off a fourth-place finish last week and has finished 19th or better in 10 of his last 11 events.

The PGA Northern Trust Open takes place Feb. 13-16 from Pacific Palisades, California. For a look at the odds to win this golf tournament, see below.

2014 PGA Northern Trust Open Odds To Win

Dustin Johnson 14/1
Hunter Mahan 18/1
Jimmy Walker 18/1
Jordan Spieth 18/1
Webb Simpson 18/1
Justin Rose 20/1
Graham Delaet 22/1
Matt Kuchar 22/1
Bill Haas 28/1
Bubba Watson 28/1
Hideki Matsuyama 28/1
Keegan Bradley 28/1
Charl Schwartzel 33/1
Harris English 33/1
Ryan Moore 33/1
Jason Dufner 40/1
Jim Furyk 40/1
Louis Oosthuizen 40/1
Charles Howell III 50/1
Marc Leishman 50/1
Pat Perez 50/1
Thorbjorn Olesen 55/1
Joost Luiten 66/1
K.J. Choi 66/1
Kevin Na 66/1
Lee Westwood 66/1
Rickie Fowler 66/1
Victor Dubuisson 66/1
Ian Poulter 75/1
Kevin Stadler 75/1
Brendon Todd 80/1
Brian Stuard 80/1
Bryce Molder 80/1
Charley Hoffman 80/1
Francesco Molinari 80/1
Matt Jones 80/1
Ernie Els 90/1
John Merrick 90/1
Brendan Steele 100/1
Brendon De Jonge 100/1
Cameron Tringale 100/1
Fredrik Jacobson 100/1
Jason Kokrak 100/1
Martin Laird 100/1
Matt Every 100/1
Russell Knox 100/1
Ryo Ishikawa 100/1
Scott Piercy 100/1
Scott Stallings 100/1
Will Mackenzie 100/1
Aaron Baddeley 125/1
Fred Couples 125/1
Kevin Streelman 125/1
Luke Guthrie 125/1
Morgan Hoffman 125/1
Nicolas Colsaerts 125/1
Padraig Harrington 125/1
Robert Garrigus 125/1
Spencer Levin 125/1
Andres Romero 150/1
Ben Crane 150/1
Bo Van Pelt 150/1
Brian Davis 150/1
Charlie Wi 150/1
Jeff Overton 150/1
John Rollins 150/1
Justin Leonard 150/1
Kevin Chappell 150/1
Richard Lee 150/1
Sang Moon Bae 150/1
Stewart Cink 150/1
Stuart Appleby 150/1
Brian Gay 175/1
Greg Chalmers 175/1
Angel Cabrera 200/1
Charlie Beljan 200/1
Daniel Summerhays 200/1
David Lynn 200/1
David Toms 200/1
Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano 200/1
James Driscoll 200/1
John Mallinger 200/1
John Peterson 200/1
John Senden 200/1
Josh Teater 200/1
Justin Hicks 200/1
Michael Putnam 200/1
Retief Goosen 200/1
Robert Allenby 200/1
Trevor Immelman 200/1
Vijay Singh 200/1
William Mcgirt 200/1
Yong-Eun Yang 200/1
Brian Harman 250/1
Carl Pettersson 250/1
Chesson Hadley 250/1
Darren Clarke 250/1
David Hearn 250/1
David Lingmerth 250/1
Geoff Ogilvy 250/1
George Mcneill 250/1
James Hahn 250/1
John Huh 250/1
Jonathan Byrd 250/1
Ken Duke 250/1
Kyle Stanley 250/1
Russell Henley 250/1
Ben Curtis 300/1
Davis Love III 300/1
Erik Compton 300/1
J.J. Henry 300/1
Johnson Wagner 300/1
Martin Flores 300/1
Ricky Barnes 300/1
Scott Brown 300/1
Scott Langley 300/1
Steven Bowditch 300/1
Blake Adams 400/1
Briny Baird 400/1
Jhonattan Vegas 400/1
Max Homa 400/1
Ted Potter Jr. 400/1
Woody Austin 400/1
Billy Hurley III 500/1
D.H. Lee 500/1
Derek Ernst 500/1
Fred Funk 500/1
Harold Varner III 500/1
Harrison Frazar 500/1
Jeff Maggert 500/1
Lucas Glover 500/1
Nicholas Thompson 500/1
Paul Goydos 500/1
Scott Verplank 500/1
Tommy Gainey 500/1
Troy Matteson 500/1
Mike Weir 750/1
Steve Holmes 750/1

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Re: 2014 PGA Northern Trust Open Odds To Win: Dustin Johnson Favored

Northern Trust Open Preview and Picks
By Matt Fargo

After four straight runner-ups to open our golf season, we were finally able to break through with a win last week at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am. It wasn't easy as we expected it to be though as Jimmy Walker was able to hold on for a one shot win after coming into Sunday with a six-shot lead. It was his third career win on tour and all three of those wins have come over his last eight starts. He followed up his last win at the Sony with a missed cut at the Farmers.

The tour stays in California for the Northern Trust Open from famed Riviera Country Club. This is one of the oldest stops on tour as the event goes back to 1940 and Riviera has been the lone host since 1999. It has long been known within golfing circles as "Hogan's Alley" after the legendary Ben Hogan won three times here in a span of 18 months (two L.A. Opens and the U.S. Open sandwiched between). Known for a strong field annually, the event will not disappoint again this year.

Because it is early and with the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championships next week, the Northern Trust Open gets the big names to start their tuneup whether it be just to jumpstart the season or to prepare for next week. It is no walk in the park though. Three years ago, Riviera was ranked as the hardest par 71 of the non-Majors and two years ago it was ranked as the second hardest, with players posting a 72.62 scoring average. Last year it ranked fourth hardest with a 71.85 scoring average.

Creative shot making is important at Riviera as it is not a bombers paradise. Equally important is experience and course knowledge. While John Merrick picked up his first PGA Tour win last year, the Northern Trust Open had not produced a first-time winner since 2002. It was not his first start at Riviera though as he was making his sixth career start here. Basically, we can throw rookies and first timers out of the mix to go with experienced players and ones that like the track.

The favorite is Dustin Johnson (+1,200) but we aren't sure which Johnson shows up. It has been feast or famine here in his six starts at Riviera as starting last year, he has gone Cut, T4, Cut, T3, T10, T59. He is coming off a T2 last week at the AT&T which followed up a T6 in his only other 2014 start. He opened the season in the fall with a win at the WGC-HSBC Champions in November.

We used Hunter Mahan (+2,000) last week and while he was around the whole week, he had some swing issues Sunday but we will grab him again this week. He ended up finishing sixth at Pebble Beach which came after a T4 in Phoenix. This has not been his best event but he does own three top 25's including a career best T8 last year. He hasn't won since April 2012 and he is too good to go this long without a win.

Bill Haas (+2,200) could be flying under the radar here as he has not made a lot of noise yet this year but that is what presents us with value. His last two finishes have been a T43 and a T34 so he doesn't come in hot but he did have a T6 at the Humana Challenge three starts back. He won this event in 2012 which was sandwiched in-between a T3 last year and a T12 in 2011.

Jason Dufner (+3,500) is getting exceptional odds. He is ranked 16th in the world yet there are player ranked much lower that are favored more. Granted he has not had a lot of success here as his best finish is a T29 but he has experience as he has played in the event four times and that experience can go a long way considering he is a much better player now. He finished solo fifth at the Hyundai Tournament of champions.

Charles Howell III (+5,000) has been a letdown for us early in the season as he has been unable to get the job done but has still played very well. He is coming off a T6 at the Waste Management which was his sixth top ten since the fall season began. He has been consistently good and he has a lot of experience here. While his best finish here since 2008 is a T55, he won this event in 2007, his last tour victory.

For a longshot we will go with K.J. Choi (+6,000). He has not been on top of his game for a while now but this is a place he loves. He has never missed a cut at Riviera in 13 starts and while his last two finishes have been a T33 and T24, he does own four top sevens including a T3 in 2009. He comes in off a missed cut at the AT&T but he did have a T2 at the Sony so he is definitely capable.

Recommended Tournament Win Five Pack at the Northern Trust Open - All for 1 Unit

Hunter Mahan (+2,000)
Bill Haas (+2,200)
Jason Dufner (+3,500)
Charles Howell III (+5,000)
K.J. Choi (+6,000)

2014 Record to date after 5 events: +2 Units

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