Arnold Palmer Invitational Odds


ORLANDO, FL (TheSpread) – After suffering an injury scare a few weeks back, Tiger Woods returns to action this week as he plays in the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

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According to oddsmakers, Woods is the favorite to win this week, with 8/1 odds. Other short odds to win are Phil Mickelson (14/1), Justin Rose (16/1), and Webb Simpson (18/1).

Woods is a six-time winner of this event, lasing winning in 2009. Woods had placed in the top 17 of his last six events before withdrawing in the Cadillac Championship due to soreness in his Achilles. That was just two weeks ago.

Mickelson won this tournament back in 1997. He is currently 13th in the world rankings. Mickelson won the Pebble Beach Pro-Am just a month ago and finished second the following week but is coming off a 43rd-place finish in his last outing.

Rose is eighth in the world rankings. He won the Cadillac Championship two weeks ago and placed 29th in the Transitions Championship. Rose finished third in this event last year.

Simpson is seventh in the world rankings. He has made his last 14 cuts and placed in the top 10 in eight of those events. Simpson did miss the cut in this event last year.

The PGA Arnold Palmer Invitational takes place from Thursday, March 22 to Sunday, March 25 from Bay Hill Course in Orlando, Florida. For complete odds for each golfer to win the PGA Arnold Palmer Invitational, see below.

2012 PGA Arnold Palmer Invitational Odds to Win - Who Will Win PGA Arnold Palmer Invitational?

Tiger Woods 8/1

Phil Mickelson 14/1

Justin Rose 16/1

Webb Simpson 18/1

Hunter Mahan 22/1

Sergio Garcia 25/1

Bo VanPelt 28/1

Jim Furyk 28/1

Bubba Watson 33/1

Nick Watney 33/1

Graeme McDowell 40/1

Spencer Levin 45/1

Martin Laird 45/1

Bill Haas 45/1

Brandt Snedeker 50/1

Kevin Na 50/1

Jeff Overton 50/1

Ernie Els 50/1

Sean OHair 55/1

Jason Dufner 60/1

KJ Choi 60/1

Gary Woodland 60/1

Henrik Stenson 60/1

Charles Howell III 66/1

David Toms 66/1

Fredrik Jacobson 66/1

Zach Johnson 66/1

Mark Wilson 70/1

Sang-Moon Bae 70/1

Robert Allenby 75/1

Chris Stroud 75/1

Jonathan Byrd 80/1

Harris English 80/1

Steve Marino 80/1

Jimmy Walker 80/1

Robert Garrigus 80/1

Ben Crane 80/1

George Mcneill 90/1

Carl Pettersson 90/1

Thomas Bjorn 90/1

Brandt Jobe 90/1

Johnson Wagner 90/1

Ryo Ishikawa 100/1

Ryan Palmer 100/1

John Huh 100/1

Ryan Moore 100/1

Stewart Cink 100/1

Vijay Singh 110/1

DA Points 110/1

Jerry Kelly 110/1

Scott Piercy 110/1

Greg Chalmers 110/1

Bud Cauley 110/1

Ian Poulter 110/1

Pat Perez 125/1

Michael Thompson 125/1

John Rollins 125/1

John Mallinger 125/1

DJ Trahan 125/1

Charlie Wi 125/1

JB Holmes 140/1

Dicky Pride 140/1

Brian Gay 140/1

Davis Love III 140/1

Ken Duke 140/1

Rory Sabbatini 140/1

William Mcgirt 150/1

Daniel Summerhays 150/1

Justin Leonard 150/1

Ricky Barnes 150/1

Andres Romero 150/1

Anthony Kim 150/1

Rod Pampling 150/1

Brendon De Jonge 150/1

Camilo Villegas 150/1

Tom Gillis 150/1

Chad Campbell 150/1

Charley Hoffman 150/1

Chez Reavie 150/1

Trevor Immelman 150/1

Brian Davis 175/1

Seung-Yul Noh 175/1

Boo Weekley 175/1

Greg Owen 200/1

JJ Killeen 200/1

Harrison Frazar 200/1

Cameron Tringale 200/1

Brian Harman 225/1

Matt Every 225/1

Brendan Steele 225/1

Jason Kokrak 250/1

Kevin Chappell 250/1

Chris Kirk 250/1

Erik Compton 250/1

Brendon Todd 275/1

Kyle Reifers 275/1

Tim Clark 300/1

Kris Blanks 300/1

Josh Teater 300/1

Jhonattan Vegas 300/1

Jeff Maggert 300/1

Skip Kendall 300/1

Scott Stallings 300/1

Mike Weir 350/1

Lee Janzen 350/1

Kelly Kraft 350/1

Tommy Gainey 350/1

Colt Knost 350/1

Tim Herron 400/1

Sam Saunders 400/1

Scott Mccarron 400/1

Rocco Mediate 400/1

Daniel Chopra 400/1

Gary Christian 400/1

Martin Flores 400/1

Bobby Gates 500/1

Robert Damron 600/1

David Duval 600/1

Andrew Magee 750/1

Billy Hurley III 750/1

Robert Gamez 750/1

David Damesworth 800/1

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