2011 FedEx Cup Playoffs Odds to Win – Luke Donald Favored Print
Written by Drew Sharper   
Monday, 22 August 2011 12:15

FedEx Cup Playoff Odds

2011 fedex cup playoffs odds to win luke donald

(TheSpread) – The 2011 FedEx Cup Playoffs get started this week and will run over the next four tournaments. Here is a look at the odds to win this playoff.

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The playoffs begin this week with The Barclays, where the top 125 in the FedEx Cup points will compete. From there, the top 100 remaining after The Barclays advance to the Deutsche Bank Championship. From there, the top 70 move on to the BMW Championship and then the top 30 compete in the Tour Championship. Whichever golfer leads the playoffs following the Tour Championship wins the FedEx Cup.

According to oddsmakers, Luke Donald is the favorite to win the FedEx Cup with 10/1 odds. Other short odds to win are Phil Mickelson, Nick Watney, and Steve Stricker, who each have 12/1 odds. The Field comes in with 3/1 odds.

Donald is No. 1 in the world rankings and he is currently fourth in the FedEx Cup standings, 50 behind Watney for the lead. Donald has one tour win this year and 10 top 10’s. He ended up third in last year’s FedEx Cup. He placed second in two of the four tournaments last year.

Mickelson is sixth in the world rankings and also sixth in the point standings. He is 305 points behind Watney. Mickelson had one tour win and five top 5’s on the year. He placed in the top 10 in one of the four tournaments last year.

Stricker is third in the world rankings and second in the FedEx Cup standings. He is 41 points out of first. Stricker has two wins and five top 5’s on the tour this year. He placed in the top 10 in all but one of the four playoff events last year.

Watney is 10th in the world rankings and leading the FedEx Cup standings. He has two wins and eight top 10’s on tour this year. He had just one top 10 in the playoff events last year.

The 2011 FedEx Cup Playoffs will begin this week with the Barclays and conclude on Sept. 25 when the Tour Championship concludes.

Odds to win 2011 FedEx Cup Playoffs

Luke Donald 10/1

Nick Watney 12/1

Steve Stricker 12/1

Phil Mickelson 12/1

Jason Day 15/1

Adam Scott 15/1

KJ Choi 15/1

Bubba Watson 15/1

Matt Kuchar 15/1

David Toms 15/1

Hunter Mahan 20/1

Dustin Johnson 20/1

Rickie Fowler 30/1

Bill Haas 30/1

Bo Van Pelt 40/1

Sergio Garcia 40/1

Jim Furyk 40/1

Vijay Singh 40/1

Zach Johnson 50/1

Charles Howell III 50/1

Ryan Moore 60/1

Anthony Kim 60/1

Justin Rose 60/1

Robert Karlsson 60/1

Geoff Ogilvy 80/1

Graeme McDowell 80/1

Sean OHair 80/1

Jeff Overton 80/1

Charley Hoffman 80/1

JB Holmes 80/1

Stewart Cink 80/1

Robert Allenby 100/1

Camilo Villegas 100/1

Ian Poulter 100/1

Retief Goosen 100/1

Ernie Els 125/1

Chad Campbell 125/1

Ben Crane 125/1

Padraig Harrington 125/1

Ricky Barnes 150/1

Stuart Appleby 150/1

Field (Any Other Golfers) 3/1

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