AT&T National Odds

Tiger Woods looks to get his first win of 2010 when he tees off in the 2010 PGA AT&T National starting on Thursday from Aronimink.

Bet The 2010 PGA AT&T National

Woods The Favorite

Woods has been given 7/2 odds win according to the online sports book SPORTSBETTING.com.  Other short odds to win are Jim Furyk (12/1) and Sean O’Hair (25/1).

Woods is currently the top-ranked player in the world and is also the defending champion of the tournament. He holds the tournament’s course record at 267. In 2010, Woods has struggled, only finishing in the top 10 in two of five events, which is a poor ratio for him. His last win came in the 2009 JBWere Australian Masters.

Past Winners

This event is just in its third year. Woods won the 2009 title while Anthony Kim won in 2008 and K.J. Choi won the first event in 2007. Neither of these two golfers are competing this week.

2010 FedEx Cup Standings

In terms of the field, Furyk has the best standings in the FedEx Cup, as he sits third, just over 300 points behind leader Ernie Els. Fifth on the list is Ben Crane, who is over 500 points behind, but he has 28/1 odds to win this week. Furyk has two wins this year and four top-10 finishes while Crane has one victory and five top-10’s.

For complete odds on all of the golfers in the 2010 PGA AT&T National, see below.
Odds to Win the 2010 PGA AT&T National – July 1-4– Aronimink – Newton Square, Pennsylvania
Tiger Woods 7/2

Jim Furyk 12/1

Sean Ohair 25/1

Robert Allenby 28/1

Rickie Fowler 28/1

Ben Crane 28/1

Justin Rose 30/1

Scott Verplank 33/1

Dustin Johnson 33/1

Vijay Singh 40/1

Ryan Moore 40/1

Hunter Mahan 45/1

Bo VanPelt 45/1

Fredrik Jacobson 50/1

Ricky Barnes 50/1

David Toms 50/1

Justin Leonard 50/1

Nick Watney 55/1

Jeff Overton 60/1

Pat Perez 66/1

Steve Marino 66/1

Tim Petrovic 66/1

YE Yang 66/1

Bryce Molder 66/1

Brian Gay 66/1

Brandt Snedeker 66/1

Charley Hoffman 66/1

Lucas Glover 66/1 

Boo Weekley 70/1

Charles Howell III 70/1

Davis Love III 70/1

Jason Day 70/1

Chris Riley 70/1

Andres Romero 80/1

Alex Cejka 80/1

Aaron Baddeley 80/1

Matt Jones 80/1

Vaughn Taylor 80/1

Kevin Sutherland 80/1

John Senden 80/1

JB Holmes 80/1

Carl Pettersson 80/1

Stuart Appleby 80/1

DJ Trahan 80/1

Jason Dufner 80/1

Tom Gillis 100/1

Spencer Levin 100/1

Shaun Micheel 100/1

Brendon De Jonge 100/1

Nathan Green 100/1

Jonathan Byrd 100/1

Jerry Kelly 100/1

Charlie Wi 110/1

Rod Pampling 125/1

Brian Davis 125/1

Garrett Willis 125/1

Kevin Streelman 125/1

DA Points 125/1

Steve Elkington 135/1

Marc Leishman 135/1

JJ Henry 135/1

Robert Garrigus 135/1

John Merrick 150/1

Bob Estes 150/1

Greg Chalmers 150/1

Michael Letzig 150/1

Alex Prugh 150/1

Matt Hill 150/1

Mathew Goggin 150/1

Harrison Frazar 150/1

Kris Blanks 150/1

Ryuji Imada 150/1

James Driscoll 150/1

Steve Flesch 150/1

Webb Simpson 175/1

Tom Pernice Jr 175/1

Chad Collins 175/1

Cameron Beckman 175/1

Scott Mccarron 175/1

Paul Goydos 175/1

Lee Janzen 175/1

Josh Teater 175/1

Joe Ogilvie 175/1

Troy Matteson 200/1

Chris Dimarco 200/1

Joe Durant 200/1

John Mallinger 200/1

Kevin Stadler 200/1

Mark Wilson 200/1

Billy Mayfair 200/1

Blake Adams 200/1

Briny Baird 200/1

Tim Herron 200/1

Chris Stroud 225/1

Michael Allen 225/1

Nicholas Thompson 225/1

George Mcneill 225/1

Jeff Quinney 225/1

Brett Quigley 225/1

Ted Purdy 225/1

Jimmy Walker 225/1

Arjun Atwal 225/1

Greg Owen 225/1

James Nitties 225/1

Jeff Maggert 225/1

JP Hayes 250/1

Bill Lunde 250/1

Michael Connell 275/1

Derek Lamely 275/1

Daniel Chopra 275/1

Chris Couch 275/1

Scott Piercy 275/1

Rocco Mediate 275/1

Richard S Johnson 350/1

Troy Merritt 350/1

Roland Thatcher 350/1

Graham Delaet 350/1

Notah Begay III 350/1

Matt Bettencourt 350/1

Chris Tidland 400/1

Byeong-Hun An 400/1

Bet The 2010 PGA AT&T National
Posted: 6/28/10 5:52PM ET

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