AT&T National Odds

The PGA Tour shifts to Bethesda, Maryland this week for the 2009 AT&T National and Tiger Woods has opened as the favorite to win this year’s event.

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Woods has opened as a 3/2 favorite according to oddsmakers from online sports book SBGGLOBAL. The golfers with the next best odds are Jim Furyk (16/), Hunter Mahan (18/1), Paul Casey (22/1), Sean O’Hair (22/1) and Anthony Kim (22/1).

The last time Tiger stepped into the tee box, he struggled at the soggy conditions at the 2009 U.S. Open. In eight events so far this season, Woods has six top-10 finishes and is ranked fourth in the 2009 PGA Tour Regular Season Fedex Cup Points Standings.

In 13 events this season, Furyk has six top-10 finishes and ranks 15th in the PGA Tour standings. Mahan, who was favored to win the Travelers Championship last week, has four top-10 finishes in 16 events this season while Casey has three top-10 finishes in nine events.

O’Hair has played good golf so far this season and might be a good value bet this week if you believe Woods will struggle like he did two weekends ago at the U.S. Open. O’Hair currently ranks eighth in the PGA Tour standings with six top-10 finishes in 14 events.

Kim is an intriguing long shot at 22/1 odds, because he won this event last year. But so far this season, Kim has struggled, notching just one top-10 finish in 13 starts. He remains 1,319 points behind Kenny Perry in the FedEX Cup standings.

The 2009 AT&T National will start Thursday, July 2 starting at 7:00 a.m. ET at the Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland. For complete odds on all of the golfers playing in this year’s event, see below.

2009 AT&T National Odds to Win – July 2-5 – Congressional Country Club – Bethesda, Maryland

Tiger Woods 3/2

Jim Furyk 16/1

Hunter Mahan 18/1

Paul Casey 22/1

Sean O'Hair 22/1

Anthony Kim 22/1

Mike Weir 28/1

Robert Allenby 33/1

Lucas Glover 33/1

Vijay Singh 33/1

Nick Watney 33/1

K.J. Choi 40/1

Paul Goydos 40/1

Ryan Moore 40/1

Bubba Watson 40/1

Steve Marino 40/1

Boo Weekley 40/1

Davis Love III 50/1

Rod Pampling 50/1

John Senden 50/1

John Mallinger 50/1

Mark Wilson 50/1

Brian Davis 66/1

Charley Hoffman 66/1

Kevin Na 66/1

Jeff Overton 66/1

Justin Rose 66/1

Aaron Baddeley 66/1

Jason Day 66/1

Matthew Goggin 66/1

J.J. Henry 66/1

Ryui Imada 66/1

Fredrik Jacobson 80/1

Michael Letzig 80/1

John Merrick 80/1

Nick O'Hern 80/1

Pat Perez 80/1

Charlie Wi 80/1

Stuart Appleby 80/1

Matt Bettencourt 80/1

Alex Cejka 80/1

Fred Couples 80/1

Jason Dufner 100/1

Bob Estes 100/1

Robert Garrigus 100/1

Charles Howell III 100/1

Rocco Mediate 100/1

Bryce Molder 100/1

Bo Van Pelt 100/1

Jason Bohn 100/1

Daniel Chopra 100/1

Chris Dimarco 100/1

Steve Flesch 100/1

Bill Haas 100/1

Tim Herron 125/1

Jeff Klauk 125/1

Danny Lee 125/1

Marc Leishman 125/1

Brandt Snedeker 125/1

Vaughn Taylor 125/1

Nathan Green 125/1

George Mcneill 125/1

Ted Purdy 125/1

Brett Quigley 125/1

Michael Allen 125/1

Ricky Barnes 125/1

Rich Beem 150/1

Bart Bryant 150/1

James Driscoll 150/1

Harrison Frazar 150/1

Fred Funk 150/1

Will Mackenzie 150/1

Scott McCarron 150/1

James Nitties 150/1

Corey Pavin 200/1

Tim Petrovic 200/1

Scott Piercy 200/1

Chris Riley 200/1

John Rollins 200/1

Webb Simpson 200/1

Y-E Yang 200/1

The Field ( Any Other Golfer) 5/1

Bet the 2009 AT&T National

Posted: 6/29/09 7:50PM ET


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