The Barclays Odds


JERSEY CITY, NJ (TheSpread) – The 2013 Barclays is the first event in the FedEx Cup Playoffs. Here is a look at the odds to win this golf tournament.

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According to oddsmakers from, Tiger Woods is the favorite to win this event, as he has 5/1 odds. Other short odds to win are Adam Scott (16/1), Henrik Stenson (20/1), Phil Mickelson (20/1) and Rory McIlroy (20/1).

Woods has never won this tournament, but he is No. 1 in the world rankings and is a five-time winner on tour this season. Woods placed 38th in this tournament last year.

Scott is fourth in the world rankings. He has one win to his credit this year, which was The Masters. Scott finished 62nd in this tournament a year ago.

Stenson is 10th in the world rankings and he has placed third or better in his last four events. He is still seeking his first win of the year and he finished 54th in this event last year.

Mickelson is second in the world rankings and he has three wins this year. He finished 38th in The Barclays a year ago.

McIlroy is third in the world rankings right now, but he is without a victory this year. McIlroy finished 24th in this event last year.

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The Barclays takes place Aug. 22-25 from Liberty National GC in Jersey City, New Jersey. For a look at the odds to win The Barclays, see below.

2013 The Barclays Odds To Win

Tiger Woods 5/1 

Adam Scott 16/1 

Henrik Stenson 20/1 

Phil Mickelson 20/1 

Rory McIlroy 20/1 

Dustin Johnson 28/1 

Matt Kuchar 28/1 

Hunter Mahan 33/1 

Jason Day 33/1 

Jason Dufner 33/1 

Justin Rose 33/1 

Webb Simpson 33/1 

Brandt Snedeker 35/1 

Jordan Spieth 40/1 

Keegan Bradley 40/1 

Lee Westwood 40/1 

Charl Schwartzel 50/1 

Jim Furyk 50/1 

Luke Donald 50/1 

Sergio Garcia 50/1 

Martin Kaymer 55/1 

Bill Haas 66/1 

Bubba Watson 66/1 

Ernie Els 66/1 

Graeme McDowell 66/1 

Ian Poulter 66/1 

Rickie Fowler 66/1 

Harris English 100/1 

Jonas Blixt 100/1 

Patrick Reed 100/1 

Rory Sabbatini 100/1 

Ryan Moore 100/1 

Tim Clark 100/1 

Angel Cabrera 125/1 

Billy Horschel 125/1 

Boo Weekley 125/1 

John Huh 125/1 

Nick Watney 125/1 

Robert Garrigus 125/1 

Scott Piercy 125/1 

Bo Van Pelt 150/1 

Brian Harman 150/1 

Charles Howell III 150/1 

Chris Kirk 150/1 

Gary Woodland 150/1 

Graham Delaet 150/1 

John Merrick 150/1 

K.J. Choi 150/1 

Kevin Streelman 150/1 

Marc Leishman 150/1 

Martin Laird 150/1 

Matt Jones 150/1 

Morgan Hoffman 150/1 

Roberto Castro 150/1 

Russell Henley 150/1 

Ryan Palmer 150/1 

Brendan Steele 175/1 

Andres Romero 200/1 

Ben Crane 200/1 

Bob Estes 200/1 

Brendon De Jonge 200/1 

Bryce Molder 200/1 

Camilo Villegas 200/1 

Carl Pettersson 200/1 

Charley Hoffman 200/1 

Chez Reavie 200/1 

Chris Stroud 200/1 

Daniel Summerhays 200/1 

David Hearn 200/1 

David Lynn 200/1 

Fredrik Jacobson 200/1 

Geoff Ogilvy 200/1 

Jason Bohn 200/1 

Jeff Overton 200/1 

Jerry Kelly 200/1 

Jimmy Walker 200/1 

John Senden 200/1 

Luke Guthrie 200/1 

Mark Wilson 200/1 

Matt Every 200/1 

Michael Thompson 200/1 

Brian Davis 250/1 

Brian Gay 250/1 

Cameron Tringale 250/1 

Charlie Wi 250/1 

D-A Points 250/1 

David Lingmerth 250/1 

Greg Chalmers 250/1 

J.J. Henry 250/1 

James Driscoll 250/1 

James Hahn 250/1 

Jason Kokrak 250/1 

John Rollins 250/1 

Johnson Wagner 250/1 

Josh Teater 250/1 

Justin Leonard 250/1 

Kevin Chappell 250/1 

Kyle Stanley 250/1 

Lucas Glover 250/1 

Martin Flores 250/1 

Nicholas Thompson 250/1 

Pat Perez 250/1 

Richard Lee 250/1 

Sang Moon Bae 250/1 

Scott Stallings 250/1 

Steven Bowditch 250/1 

Stewart Cink 250/1 

Stuart Appleby 250/1 

William Mcgirt 250/1 

Aaron Baddeley 275/1 

D.H. Lee 300/1 

Ken Duke 300/1 

Kevin Stadler 300/1 

Ted Potter Jr. 300/1 

Charlie Beljan 400/1 

George Mcneill 400/1 

Jeff Maggert 400/1 

Brian Stuard 500/1 

Derek Ernst 500/1 

Erik Compton 500/1 

Justin Hicks 500/1 

Scott Brown 500/1 

Scott Langley 500/1

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