|2010 Deutsche Bank Championship Final Round Odds To Win|
|Written by Drew Sharper|
|Sunday, 05 September 2010 18:52|
Deutsche Bank Final Round Odds
Jason Day is simply a day away from his biggest win as a pro golfer, as he leads the Deutsche Bank Championship by one stroke heading into the final round.
Day shot a 5-under 66 on Sunday and is at 17-under for the tournament, which puts him one shot ahead of Brandt Snedeker.
Day is now favored to win and has 1/1 odds to win according to oddsmakers from online sports book SBGGLOBAL. Other short odds to win are Snedeker (3/1), Luke Donald (4/1), and Steve Stricker (13/2).
Day had just one bogey on the day, but made up for it by getting a birdie on the final hole of his round. Day has been as consistent as any golfer on tour the last two weeks.
Snedeker shot a 67 on Sunday and had two bogeys but also birdied holes 16 and 17 to finish strong.
Donald sits alone in third at -15 for the tournament. He shot a 66 on Sunday. Donald went 5-under on his back nine, and he birdied the last two holes of his round.
Stricker is tied for fourth at -13. He shot a 67 on Sunday and is tied with Charley Hoffman for fourth. Stricker hasn’t recorded a bogey on the weekend.
For complete odds on the final round of the 2010 Deutsche Bank Championship, see below.
Deutsche Bank Championship Odds to Win – TPC of Boston – Norton, Mass. – Sept. 6, 2010
Jason Day 1/1
Brandt Snedeker 3/1
Luke Donald 4/1
Steve Stricker 13/2
Phil Mickelson 10/1
Charley Hoffman 20/1
Adam Scott 20/1
Geoff Ogilvy 28/1
Charlie Wi 40/1
Justin Leonard 66/1
Matt Kuchar 80/1
D.J. Trahan 80/1
Andres Romero 80/1
The Field ( Any Other Golfer) 10/1