Transition Odds

The PGA Tour heads to Palm Harbor, Florida this week for the 2010 Transitions Championship from Westin Innisbrook-Copperhead Course.

Bet The 2010 Transitions Championship

This event, which starts on Thursday, will feature a competitive field, highlighted by the No. 2 ranked player in the world, Steve Stricker.

Stricker has been given 14/1 odds win according to the online sports book SPORTSBETTING.com.  Other short odds to win are Padraig Harrington (18/1), Ian Poulter (25/1), and Vijay Singh (25/1).
Stricker has finished in the top 15 of this event the last two years, placing fourth in 2009. Stricker has one win already this year and three top 10 finishes in five events. Stricker has finished in the top 10 in 12 of his last 21 events.

Harrington hasn’t recently competed in this event. He is currently 10th in the world rankings. Harrington is coming off a third place finish last weekend in the WGC-CA Championship. Harrington has finished in the top 10 in 10 of his last 17 events.

Ian Poulter is also making his first appearance in this event. Poulter is ranked sixth in the world. He has finished outside of the top 20 in his last two events after winning the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship. Poulter has finished in the top 10 in six of the last 10 events.

Vijay Singh won this event in 2004. He is ranked 32nd in the world rankings right now. Singh has finished in the top 11 in his last two events. Aside from those two showings, Singh has finished outside the top 20 in 11 of his last 15 events.

For complete odds on all of the golfers in the 2010 Transitions Championship, see below.
Odds to Win the 2010 PGA Transitions Championship – March 18-21 – Westin Innisbrook-Copperhead Course– Palm Harbor, Florida
Steve Stricker 14/1 

Padraig Harrington 18/1 

Ian Poulter 25/1 

Vijay Singh 25/1 

K.J. Choi 28/1 

Retief Goosen 28/1 

Jim Furyk 28/1 

Sean O'Hair 28/1 

Geoff Ogilvy 28/1 

Zach Johnson 33/1 

Luke Donald 33/1 

Charles Howell III 33/1 

Dustin Johnson 33/1 

Stewart Cink 40/1 

Sergio Garcia 40/1 

Brian Gay 40/1 

J.B. Holmes 40/1 

Justin Rose 40/1 

Brandt Snedeker 40/1 

Nick Watney 40/1 

Ryan Moore 40/1 

Stephen Ames 50/1 

Rickie Fowler 50/1 

Kenny Perry 50/1 

John Senden 50/1 

Ross Fisher 50/1 

George Mcneill 66/1 

Kevin Na 66/1 

Rod Pampling 66/1 

Charlie Wi 66/1 

Chad Collins 66/1 

Jason Dufner 66/1 

Lucas Glover 66/1 

Matthew Goggin 66/1 

Bill Haas 66/1 

Ryui Imada 66/1 

Kevin Streelman 66/1 

D.J. Trahan 66/1 

Heath Slocum 66/1 

Jonathan Byrd 66/1 

Robert Karlsson 66/1 

Justin Leonard 66/1 

Troy Matteson 80/1 

John Rollins 80/1 

Adam Scott 80/1 

Tom Gillis 80/1 

Bryce Molder 80/1 

Andres Romero 80/1 

David Toms 80/1 

Bubba Watson 80/1 

Woody Austin 80/1 

Nathan Green 80/1 

Ryo Ishikawa 80/1 

Tom Lehman 100/1 

Kevin Sutherland 100/1 

Vaughn Taylor 100/1 

Bo Van Pelt 100/1 

Mark Wilson 100/1 

Matt Every 100/1 

Paul Goydos 100/1 

Pat Perez 100/1 

Rory Sabbatini 100/1 

Stuart Appleby 100/1 

Briny Baird 100/1 

Jason Bohn 100/1 

J.P. Hayes 125/1 

Jerry Kelly 125/1 

Jeff Overton 125/1 

Alex Prugh 125/1 

Carl Pettersson 125/1 

Scott Piercy 125/1 

Charley Hoffman 125/1 

Jeev M Singh 125/1 

Aaron Baddeley 125/1 

Trevor Immelman 125/1 

Matt Jones 150/1 

Jeff Klauk 150/1 

Martin Laird 150/1 

Michael Letzig 150/1 

Will Mackenzie 150/1 

James Nitties 150/1 

Nick O'Hern 150/1 

Joe Ogilvie 150/1 

D-A Points 150/1 

Michael Sim 150/1 

Ricky Barnes 150/1 

Cameron Beckman 175/1 

Mark Calcavecchia 175/1 

Jason Day 175/1 

David Duval 175/1 

Bob Estes 175/1 

Steve Flesch 175/1 

Yuta Ikeda 175/1 

Richard S Johnson 175/1 

Webb Simpson 175/1 

Boo Weekley 175/1 

The Field (Any Other Golfer) 10/1
Bet The 2010 Transitions Championship
Posted: 3/15/10 4:50PM ET

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