PGA Round Three Odds

Two rounds of the 2009 PGA Championship are in the books and Tiger Woods is beginning to separate himself from the field.

After an opening round 67, Woods followed that up Friday by shooting a 70 to stand alone at -7, four shots ahead of a pack of five golfers in second place at Hazeltine in Chaska, Minn.

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After opening with a line of 3/2, Woods is an odds on favorite at 1/5 according to the online sports book SBG Global.

Woods was at one point tied for the lead with Ross Fisher, but three-straight birdies late in his round allowed him to take the four-stroke advantage.

Fisher joins Vijay Singh, Brendan Jones, Lucas Glover, and Padraig Harrington in second place at -3. Of the group, Fisher posted the best second round, shooting a 68 (-4).

Harrington played with Woods once again and finished +1 on the day with a 73.  Harrington now has 12/1 odds to win the PGA Championship.

Ian Poulter and Lee Westwood are both at -2 for the tournament, sitting in seventh place.

For complete odds on all of the golfers in the 2009 PGA Championship, see below.

Odds to Win the 2009 PGA Championship – August 13-16 – Hazeltine - Chaska, Minn.

Tiger Woods 1/5 

Padraig Harrington 12/1 

Vijay Singh 20/1 

Lee Westwood 20/1 

Ross Fisher 25/1 

Lucas Glover 25/1 

Ian Poulter 40/1 

Ernie Els 80/1 

Hunter Mahan 80/1 

Martin Kaymer 125/1 

Geoff Ogilvy 125/1 

Kenny Perry 125/1 

Henrik Stenson 125/1 

The Field (Any Other Golfer) 3/1

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Posted: 8/14/09 10:36PM ET


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