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2014 PGA Wyndham Championship Odds To Win: Brandt Snedeker Favored

2014 PGA Wyndham Championship Odds To Win: Brandt Snedeker Favored

2014 PGA Wyndham Championship Odds To Win: Brandt Snedeker Favored
By Drew Sharper

GREENSBORO, NC (TheSpread) – The final event prior to the FedEx Cup is the 2014 Wyndham Championship, which tees off on Thursday. Here is a look at the odds to win this event.

According to oddsmakers from, Brandt Snedeker is favored to win this event, as he has 14/1 odds. Other short odds to win are Hideki Matsuyama and Webb Simpson, who each have 18/1 odds.

Snedeker was the 2007 champion of this tournament. Snedeker is 33rd in the world rankings and coming off three straight top-25 performances. He is winless on the year, but has just two top 10s.

Simpson won this event back in 2011. He is currently 31st in the world rankings, but has missed the cut in two of his last three events. He is winless on the year with five top 10s.

Matsuyama is 18th in the world rankings. He has one win on the year and has made the cut in nine straight events.

The 2014 Wyndham Championship takes place from Aug. 14-17 at Sedgefield Country Club. For a look at the odds to win this golf tournament, see below.

Bet on Wyndham Championship Odds

2014 Wyndham Championship Odds To Win

Brandt Snedeker 14/1
Hideki Matsuyama 18/1
Webb Simpson 18/1
Patrick Reed 22/1
Bill Haas 25/1
Tim Clark 28/1
Brooks Koepka 33/1
Ernie Els 33/1
Brian Harman 40/1
Charles Howell III 40/1
Robert Karlsson 40/1
Billy Horschel 45/1
Carl Pettersson 45/1
Francesco Molinari 45/1
Nick Watney 45/1
Chad Campbell 50/1
Fredrik Jacobson 50/1
Justin Hicks 50/1
Paul Casey 50/1
Brendon De Jonge 55/1
Bud Cauley 55/1
Martin Laird 55/1
Bo Van Pelt 66/1
Kyle Stanley 66/1
Matteo Manassero 66/1
Michael Putnam 66/1
Andres Romero 75/1
John Huh 75/1
Stephen Gallacher 75/1
Aaron Baddeley 80/1
David Toms 80/1
Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano 80/1
Joe Durant 80/1
Rafael Cabrera -Bello 80/1
Retief Goosen 80/1
Robert Garrigus 80/1
Scott Piercy 80/1
William Mcgirt 80/1
Luke Guthrie 90/1
Scott Brown 90/1
Scott Langley 90/1
Shawn Stefani 90/1
Billy Hurley III 100/1
Camilo Villegas 100/1
Fred Couples 100/1
Jamie Lovemark 100/1
Jeff Overton 100/1
Johnson Wagner 100/1
Jonathan Byrd 100/1
Kevin Kisner 100/1
Michael Thompson 100/1
Morgan Hoffman 100/1
Peter Hanson 100/1
Tommy Gainey 100/1
Boo Weekley 125/1
Brad Fritsch 125/1
Bryce Molder 125/1
David Lingmerth 125/1
Hudson Swafford 125/1
J.J. Henry 125/1
Jhonattan Vegas 125/1
Martin Flores 125/1
Padraig Harrington 125/1
Pat Perez 125/1
Patrick Cantlay 125/1
Patrick Rodgers125/1
Richard Sterne 125/1
Ricky Barnes 125/1
Robert Streb 125/1
Ryo Ishikawa 125/1
Sang-Moon Bae 125/1
Troy Merritt 125/1
Andrew Svoboda 150/1
Ben Curtis 150/1
Brian Davis 150/1
Brian Stuard 150/1
Charlie Beljan 150/1
Chesson Hadley 150/1
Danny Lee 150/1
Greg Chalmers 150/1
Jason Allred 150/1
Jeff Maggert 150/1
John Merrick 150/1
Scott Stallings 150/1
Sean O'Hair 150/1
Steven Bowditch 150/1
Stuart Appleby 150/1
Will Mackenzie 150/1
Will Wilcox 150/1
James Hahn 175/1
Roberto Castro 175/1
Alex Cejka 200/1
Charlie Wi 200/1
D.A. Points 200/1
Davis Love III 200/1
Dicky Pride 200/1
Eric Axley 200/1
Heath Slocum 200/1
John Peterson 200/1
John Rollins 200/1
Josh Teater 200/1
Ken Duke 200/1
Lucas Glover 200/1
Mark Wilson 200/1
Mike Weir 200/1
Richard Lee 200/1
Robert Allenby 200/1
Steve Marino 200/1
Trevor Immelman 200/1
Troy Matteson 200/1
Wes Roach 200/1
Andrew Loupe 250/1
Brian Gay 250/1
Brice Garnett 250/1
Glen Day 250/1
Nicolas Thompson 250/1
Tim Petrovic 250/1
Tim Herron 250/1
Tyrone Van-Aswegen 250/1
Alex Prugh 300/1
Arjun Atwal 300/1
Dong Hwan Lee 300/1
James Driscoll 300/1
Jim Herman 300/1
John Daly 300/1
Matt Bettencourt 300/1
Rocco Mediate 300/1
Y-E Yang 300/1
Chad Collins 350/1
Kevin Tway 350/1
Miguel Angel Carballo 350/1
Bobby Wyatt 400/1
Derek Ernst 400/1
Doug Labelle 400/1
Edward Loar 400/1
Gary Christian 400/1
Jim Renner 400/1
Peter Malnati 400/1
Ryui Imada 400/1
Bronson La'Cassie 500/1
Cameron Beckman 500/1
Daniel Chopra 500/1
David Duval 500/1
Joe Ogilvie 500/1
Kevin Foley 500/1
Alex Aragon 750/1
Justin Bolli 750/1
Kelly Mitchum 1000/1
Neal Lancaster 1000/1

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Re: 2014 PGA Wyndham Championship Odds To Win: Brandt Snedeker Favored

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Tournament: 2014 Wyndham Championship
Date: Aug. 14-17
Venue: Sedgefield Country Club
Location: Greensboro, North Carolina
2013 Winner: Patrick Reed

This week the PGA Tour will play its final official event of the season before the FedEx Cup playoffs begin. The Wyndham Championship is sandwiched between some huge tournaments with two majors and a WGC event coming before it, and the playoffs immediately following for the next month. With that said the field is extremely thin, as it contains only one player (Hideki Matsuyama) from the top 25 of the World Golf Rankings.

This will be the final week in which some players have a chance to join the top 125 players in the FedEx Cup standings for The Barclays next week; the first of four events in the playoffs. Last season, Patrick Reed won his first career PGA event here as he defeated fellow young stud Jordan Spieth on the second playoff hole.

Spectators should expect plenty of action this week as the winning score has been 14-under or better in all six years since having the tourney at Sedgefield CC, which is a par-70, 7,130-yard course. This event is certainly open to all who are competing this week with names like Arjun Atwal, Brent Geiberger and Shigeki Maruyama taking home the trophy in the last decade.

Let’s take a look at a few players who have a chance to move up the FedEx Cup standings with a strong showing this week.

Golfers to Watch

Hideki Matsuyama (17/1):
Matsuyama is the top player from the World Golf Rankings playing this week and while he has not been doing too well against the tremendous fields the past few weeks, he took a victory in the last event he played (the Memorial) where the talent was not quite as strong. The Japan-born player has the 17th-best scoring average on tour (69.96) and has scored a birdie or better 50.5% of the time on par-5’s this year (5th on tour). Matsuyama is poised to add to his six career professional victories (1 PGA, 5 Japan Golf Tour) this week.

Patrick Reed (20/1): He was the victor in this event last season and has won another two times since. The 26th-ranked player in the world is on the brink of being one of the young studs in the sport, as Reed has placed in the top-26 three times in his last five tournaments. He has been inconsistent this season, but has proven that he can catch fire in a moment’s notice and dominate the field.

Brandt Snedeker (11/1): It has been a down year for Snedeker in 2014, as his 69th-place ranking in the FedEx Cup standings is his lowest of his career by a wide margin. The six-time winner on the tour has been playing well in his past two events, nailing down a 12th-place finish at the Bridgestone Invitational followed by placing 13th last week at the PGA Championship. His solid putting (.467 strokes gained putting, 16th on tour) and pedigree should keep him among the leaders this week. Snedeker is also due for a win with at least one victory in each of the past three seasons.

Martin Laird (55/1): Laird has a lot to play for this week as he ranks 136th in the FedEx Cup standings and already has four top-25 finishes this year in his 19 starts. He has made the playoffs in each of the past four years and even made it to a playoff at The Barclays in 2010 that he eventually lost to Matt Kuchar. Laird is ranked 33rd in total driving (146), a stat that looks at both accuracy and distance off the tee, and this mark should allow him to have plenty of scoring opportunities on the week.

Kevin Kisner (140/1): He is in the midst of a career year and comes into this event with some momentum after two strong finishes, a T-20th at the John Deere Classic and a T-9th at the RBC Canadian Open, in his past two times out. Kisner has gained .401 strokes putting (23rd on tour) this year and could compete for his first career victory this week amongst a poor field.

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