St. Jude Classic Odds

Without Tiger Woods in the field of golfers, Lee Westwood has been chosen as the opening favorite to win the 2010 PGA St. Jude Classic this week.

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The Favorite

According to oddsmakers from online sports book Sportsbook.com, Westwood has opened as a 12/1 favorite. Padraig Harrington and Rory McIlroy have the next best odds as 161, while Robert Allenby is 22/1 and Ben Crane, Zach Johnson and Camilo Villegas are all 25/1.

Previous St. Jude Classic Winners

The defending St. Jude Classic winner is Brian Gay, who is a 33/1 long-shot to win this year’s event. Back when the tournament was referred to as the Stanford St. Jude Championship, Justin Leonard won the event in 2008 in a playoff, while Woody Austin won it in 2007. Leonard is 33/1 to win in 2010, while Austin is an 80/1 long-shot. David Toms won back-to-back FedEx St. Jude Classics in 2003 and 2004, and is 28/1 to win this year’s tournament.

2010 PGA Tour FedExCup Leaderboard

Ernie Els currently has the most points in 2010 with 1,541. He has two wins and five top 10 finishes, while Jim Furyk is in second place with 1,391 points, two wins and four top 10s. Phil Mickelson, who has played in 12 events like Els and Furyk, has 1,386 points with one win and four top 10s.

2010 St. Jude Classic Info

The 2010 St. Jude Classic will start on Thursday, June 10 and will continue through the weekend. The tournament will be played at the TPC at Southwind in Memphis, Tennessee and the format will be stroke play. The par is 70 and the yardage is 7,244. The winner of the tournament will be given a blue and white seersucker jacket.

For complete odds on this year’s St. Jude Classic, see below.

Lee Westwood 12/1

Padraig Harrington 16/1

Rory McIlroy 16/1

Robert Allenby 22/1

Ben Crane 25/1

Zach Johnson 25/1

Camilo Villegas 25/1

Heath Slocum 28/1

David Toms 28/1

Retief Goosen 33/1

Brian Gay 33/1

Fredrik Jacobson 33/1

Ian Poulter 33/1

Stephen Ames 33/1

Justin Leonard 33/1

Charl Schwartzel 33/1

Kevin Na 40/1

Tim Petrovic 40/1

John Senden 40/1

Boo Weekley 40/1

J.B. Holmes 50/1

Charles Howell III 50/1

Brandt Snedeker 50/1

Alex Cejka 50/1

Robert Karlsson 50/1

Tom Pernice Jr. 50/1

Spencer Levin 50/1

Chris Riley 66/1

Arjun Atwal 66/1

Chad Campbell 66/1

Jason Dufner 66/1

Paul Goydos 80/1

D-A Points 80/1

Andres Romero 80/1

Woody Austin 80/1

Steve Elkington 80/1

Charley Hoffman 80/1

D.J. Trahan 80/1

Stuart Appleby 80/1

Briny Baird 100/1

Brendon De Jonge 100/1

Harrison Frazar 100/1

J.J. Henry 100/1

Ryuji Imada 100/1

Aron Price 100/1

John Rollins 100/1

Vaughn Taylor 100/1

Cameron Beckman 100/1

Jonathan Byrd 100/1

Nathan Green 100/1

Joe Ogilvie 100/1

Ryan Palmer 100/1

Rod Pampling 125/1

Kevin Stadler 125/1

Chad Collins 125/1

Bob Estes 125/1

Steve Flesch 125/1

Robert Garrigus 125/1

Tim Herron 125/1

Lee Janzen 125/1

Jarrod Lyle 125/1

John Merrick 125/1

Shaun Micheel 125/1

Greg Owen 125/1

Webb Simpson 125/1

Jeev M Singh 125/1

Jordan Spieth 125/1

Chris Stroud 125/1

Brett Wetterich 125/1

James Driscoll 125/1

Joe Durant 150/1

Roland Thatcher 150/1

Matt Weibring 150/1

Michael Connell 150/1

Graham Delaet 150/1

Chris Dimarco 150/1

Bill Lunde 150/1

Jeff Maggert 150/1

Billy Mayfair 150/1

Scott McCarron 150/1

Johnson Wagner 150/1

Garrett Willis 150/1

Michael Bradley 200/1

Jeff Gove 200/1

Richard S Johnson 200/1

Derek Lamely 200/1

John Mallinger 200/1

Jeff Quinney 200/1

Omar Uresti 200/1

Charles Warren 200/1

Dean Wilson 200/1

The Field (Any Other Golfer) 10/1

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Posted: 6/7/10 9:00PM ET

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