Australian Open Odds

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Sydney, Australia (TheSpread) – Tiger Woods returns to action on Thursday when he competes in the 2011 Australian Open from Sydney.

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Oddsmakers have made Adam Scott the favorite to win the tournament with 8/1 odds while Woods has been given 9/1 odds to win. Other short odds to win are Jason Day (10/1) and Geoff Ogilvy (12/1).

Scott won this tournament back in 2009 and he finished 32nd last year. He has finished in the top 11 in five of his last seven tournaments. He has one win this year. He is currently ranked eighth in the world.

Woods is now 58th in the world rankings. He hasn’t finished in the top 10 of a tournament since The Masters and he hasn’t won a tournament since 2009, but that was in Australia. He also finished fourth in an event in Australia in 2010.

Day is seventh in the world rankings and he has finished in the top 10 in two of his last three tournaments. He has nine top 10’s on the year.

Ogilvy is the defending champion of this tournament but he has struggled recently. He is coming off a 56th-place finish last week and he has missed six cuts on the year.

The 2011 Australian Open is played at The Lakes Golf Club in Sydney, Australia and will start on Thursday, Nov. 10 and conclude on Sunday, Nov. 13.

2011 Australian Open Odds to Win - Who Will Win Australian Open?

Adam Scott 8/1

Tiger Woods 9/1

Jason Day 10/1

Geoff Ogilvy 12/1

Dustin Johnson 16/1

Hunter Mahan 16/1

Matt Kuchar 16/1

Nick Watney 16/1

Aaron Baddeley 18/1

Robert Allenby 20/1

Bill Haas 25/1

David Toms 25/1

John Senden 25/1

Bubba Watson 33/1

Nick O'Hern 33/1

Kyle Stanley 40/1

Greg Chalmers 50/1

Richard Green 50/1

Stuart Appleby 50/1

Andre Stolz 66/1

Fred Couples 66/1

Marc Leishman 66/1

Matthew Goggin 66/1

Kurt Barnes 80/1

Matt Jones 80/1

Rod Pampling 80/1

Steven Bowditch 80/1

Alistair Presnell 100/1

Greg Norman 100/1

James Nitties 100/1

Jarrod Lyle 100/1

John Cook 100/1

Kelly Kraft 100/1

Nathan Green 100/1

Peter Senior 100/1

Sung-Hoon Kang 100/1

Brad Kennedy 125/1

Craig Parry 125/1

Matthew Griffin 125/1

Peter Lonard 125/1

Peter O'Malley 125/1

Rohan Blizard 125/1

Terry Pilkadaris 125/1

Ashley Hall 150/1

Bronson La'Cassie 150/1

Cameron Smith 150/1

Jordan Sherratt 150/1

Matthew Millar 150/1

Michael Campbell 150/1

Michael Long 150/1

Michael Wright 150/1

Neven Basic 150/1

Paul Sheehan 150/1

Woon-Joon Lee 175/1

Aaron Townsend 200/1

Adam Bland 200/1

Andrew Martin 200/1

Anthony Summers 200/1

Chang-Won Han 200/1

David Mckenzie 200/1

John Daly 200/1

Michael Hendry 200/1

Rory Hie 200/1

Scott Arnold 200/1

Scott Laycock 200/1

Stephen Allan 200/1

Stephen Leaney 200/1

Adam Crawford 250/1

Byron Meth 250/1

Chris Gaunt 250/1

Daniel Fox 250/1

David Bransdon 250/1

Douglas Holloway 250/1

Heath Reed 250/1

Jason Norris 250/1

Kim Felton 250/1

Leigh Mckechnie 250/1

Michael Curtain 250/1

Peter Wilson 250/1

Ryan Haller 250/1

Ryan McCarthy 250/1

Stephen Dartnall 250/1

Steve Collins 250/1

Steven Jones 250/1

Anthony Brown 300/1

Brad Shilton 300/1

Guido Van Der Valk 300/1

Craig Hasthorpe 400/1

Andrew Tschudin 500/1

Mahal Pearce 500/1

Peter Cooke 500/1

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