Players 3rd Rd. Odds

Two rounds are complete in the 2010 Players Championship, and Lee Westwood finds himself in the lead.

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After shooting a 7-under 65 on Friday, Westwood leads a group of three by one shot and is the favorite to win the event.

Westwood has been given 8/5 odds win according to the online sports book Sportsbook.com. Other short odds to win are Heath Slocum (8/1), Francesco Molinaro (8/1), and Luke Donald (10/1).
Westwood had just one bogey on the day while racking up six birdies and one eagle. Westwood went five under over a six-hole span at one point in his round. He sits at 12-under for the tournament.

Slocum joins Molinaro and Ryuji Imada as the three at 11-under for the tournament. Slocum shot a 6-under 66 on Friday. He didn’t have a bogey in his round and opened his day with three-straight birdies.

Molinaro shot a 7-under 65 on Friday to finish a shot behind Westwood. He also opened his round with three-straight birdies and didn’t have a bogey on his card.

Donald sits tied for sixth with three other golfers at -7 for the tournament. Donald shot a 3-under 69 on Friday. He had a steady round on Friday with just one bogey and four birdies.

Pre-event favorite Tiger Woods is currently tied for 46th at 3-under for the tournament after shooting a 1-under 71 on Friday. Woods now has 35/1 odds to win. He joins Phil Mickelson at 3-under overall and at 35/1 odds.

For complete odds on all of the golfers in the 2010 PGA Players Championship, see below.
Third Round Odds to Win the 2010 PGA Players Championship – May 8-9 – TPC at Sawgrass-Stadium Course – Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida
Lee Westwood 8/5    

Heath Slocum 8/1    

Francesco Molinari 8/1         

Luke Donald 10/1    

Ryuji Imada 12/1    

Lucas Glover 15/1    

Robert Allenby 20/1    

KJ Choi 20/1    

Ben Crane 30/1    

Phil Mickelson 35/1    

Tiger Woods 35/1    

Bo Van Pelt 40/1    

Charley Hoffman 40/1    

Adam Scott 50/1    

Graeme McDowell 50/1    

Ryan Moore 50/1    

Bill Haas 50/1    

Davis Love III 60/1    

Young-Eun Yang 60/1    

John Rollins 60/1    

Paul Goydos 80/1    

Kenny Perry 80/1    

JB Holmes 80/1 

Field (Any Other Golfer) 10/1

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Posted: 5/7/10 8:43PM ET

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