Quail Hollow Odds

The 2009 Quail Hollow Championship starts Thursday, April 30 from the Quail Hallow Club in Charlotte, North Carolina and oddsmakers have made Tiger Woods a 5/2 favorite.

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Even though he remains 630 points behind 2009 PGA Tour Regular Season points leader Geoff Ogilvy, oddsmakers from online sports book SPORTSBETTING.COM have made Tiger Woods a 5/2 favorite to win the 2009 Quail Hollow Championship.

Woods has 720 points and three top 10 finishes in four PGA Tour Events this season, but ranks 630 points behind Ogilvy, who has 1,350 points and three top 10 finishes in eight events. Despite being the current points leader, oddsmakers have made Ogilvy a 18/1 long shot to win at the Quail Hollow Club on Thursday.

Phil Mickelson is once again expected to give Tiger is biggest challenge as oddsmakers have established his odds to win the Quail Hollow at 9/1. Mickelson currently has the second amount of points behind Ogilvy with 1,273.

One long shot to keep an eye on this week is Nick Watney, who ranks fourth on the 2009 PGA Tour Regular Season points leader board with 1,190. Watney is a 50/1 long shot to win the 2009 Quail Hollow despite having three top 10 finishes in 10 events this season.

The 2009 Quail Hollow Championship will start at 8:00AM ET the morning of Thursday, April 30. It’ll take place live at the Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, North Carolina and run through Sunday, May 3. For a complete list of odds, see below.

2009 Quail Hollow Championship Odds – April 30 – Charlotte, North Carolina

Tiger Woods 5/2

Phil Mickelson 9/1

Geoff Ogilvy 18/1

Anthony Kim 25/1

Jim Furyk 28/1

Hunter Mahan 33/1

Padraig Harrington 33/1

Sergio Garcia 33/1

Retief Goosen 40/1

Rory Sabbatini 33/1

Sean O'Hair 40/1

Charles Howell III 50/1

Camilo Villegas 50/1

David Toms 50/1

Lucas Glover 50/1

Nick Watney 50/1

Robert Karlsson 50/1

Stewart Cink 50/1

Vijay Singh 50/1

Angel Cabrera 50/1

Adam Scott 50/1

Boo Weekley 66/1

John Merrick 66/1

Ryuji Imada 66/1

Steve Marino 66/1

Aaron Baddeley 66/1

Brian Gay 66/1

Chad Campbell 66/1

Davis Love III 66/1

Ian Poulter 66/1

K.J. Choi 66/1

Kevin Na 80/1

Martin Kaymer 80/1

Robert Allenby 80/1

Ross Fisher 80/1

Stuart Appleby 80/1

Trevor Immelman 66/1

Zach Johnson 80/1

Andres Romero 80/1

Ben Curtis 80/1

Bo Van Pelt 100/1

Jonathan Byrd 100/1

Jerry Kelly 100/1

Jeev M Singh 100/1

Jeff Overton 100/1

Justin Rose 100/1

John Senden 100/1

J.B. Holmes 100/1

Ken Duke 100/1

Kevin Sutherland 100/1

Mathew Goggin 100/1

Pat Perez 100/1

Ryan Moore 100/1

Rod Pampling 80/1

Steve Flesch 100/1

Tommy Armour lll 100/1

Todd Hamilton 100/1

Tim Petrovic 100/1

Ben Crane 125/1

D.J. Trahan 125/1

George Mcneill 125/1

Joe Ogilvie 125/1

John Rollins 125/1

Michael Letzig 125/1

Mark Wilson 125/1

Nicholas Thompson 125/1

Rich Beem 125/1

Woody Austin 125/1

Brian Davis 125/1

Brett Quigley 125/1

Bubba Watson 125/1

Cameron Beckman 150/1

D-A Points 150/1

Danny Lee 150/1

David Mathis 150/1

Dean Wilson 150/1

Fredrik Jacobson 150/1

Greg Chalmers 150/1

Greg Owen 150/1

Harrison Frazar 150/1

Heath Slocum 150/1

Jason Bohn 150/1

Jason Dufner 150/1

J.J. Henry 150/1

Mark Calcavecchia 150/1

Matt Kuchar 150/1

Nathan Green 150/1

Nick O'Hern 150/1

Paul Goydos 150/1

Robert Garrigus 150/1

Rocco Mediate 150/1

Scott Piercy 150/1

Troy Matteson 150/1

Vaughn Taylor 150/1

Webb Simpson 150/1

Y-E Yang 150/1

The Field ( Any Other Golfer) 5/1

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Posted: 4/29/09 1:42PM ET

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