2009 BMW Odds

Two events remain in the FedEx Cup playoffs with the 2009 BMW Championship next in line, starting Thursday, Sept. 10 from Cog Hill Golf & Country Club.

After losing his lead in the FedEx Cup standings, Tiger Woods is in need of a win and the top-ranked player in the world is favored to win this week’s PGA event, which features the top 70 golfers remaining in the standings.

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Woods enters the tournament as a 15/8 favorite to win according to the online sports book SPORTSBETTING.com. Other short odds to win are Steve Stricker (8/1), Padraig Harrington (8/1), and Dustin Johnson (20/1).

Woods finished 11th on Monday at the Deutsche Bank Championship to fall behind Stricker in the FedEx Cup standings. Woods won this event in 2007 to set up his winning of the inaugural FedEx Cup playoffs. Prior to last weekend’s event, Woods finished first or second in the previous four tournaments.

Stricker is coming off his third win of the season on Monday, when he won the Deutsche Bank Championship by one stroke. Stricker is leading the FedEx Cup standings and is now second in the world rankings. Stricker placed 10th in the 2008 event and has 10 top-10 finishes in 2009.

Harrington finished fourth last weekend and has finished in the top 10 in his last four outings. Harrington finished 55th in the 2008 BMW Championship.

Dustin Johnson placed fourth last weekend as well and has finished no worse than 22nd in his last four PGA events. Johnson did not qualify for the 2008 BMW Championship

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

Odds to Win the 2009 BMW Championship – Sept. 10-13 – Cog Hill Golf & Country Club – Lemont, Ill.

Tiger Woods 15/8    

Steve Stricker 8/1    

Padraig Harrington 8/1    

Dustin Johnson 20/1    

Jim Furyk 22/1    

Phil Mickelson 22/1    

Ernie Els 30/1    

Scott Verplank 30/1    

Geoff Ogilvy 30/1    

Retief Goosen 30/1    

Hunter Mahan 30/1    

Sergio Garcia 35/1    

Angel Cabrera 40/1    

Zach Johnson 40/1    

Sean Ohair 40/1    

Stewart Cink 45/1    

Bill Haas 60/1    

Luke Donald 60/1    

Kevin Na 60/1    

Lucas Glover 60/1    

Paul Casey 60/1    

Ian Poulter 60/1    

Stephen Ames 70/1    

Camilo Villegas 70/1    

Justin Leonard 70/1    

Brandt Snedeker 70/1    

Tim Clark 70/1    

Jerry Kelly 70/1    

Kenny Perry 70/1    

Anthony Kim 70/1    

Mike Weir 70/1    

Matt Kuchar 70/1    

Jason Day 70/1    

Pat Perez 80/1    

Steve Marino 80/1    

Jason Dufner 80/1    

YE Yang 80/1    

Robert Allenby 80/1    

Ryan Moore 90/1    

Marc Leishman 90/1    

Heath Slocum 90/1    

Kevin Sutherland 90/1    

Mark Wilson 90/1    

Nick Watney 90/1    

David Toms 90/1    

Bubba Watson 100/1    

Woody Austin 100/1    

Bryce Molder 100/1    

JB Holmes 100/1    

John Senden 100/1    

Brian Gay 100/1    

Fredrik Jacobson 100/1    

Rory Sabbatini 100/1    

Davis Love III 100/1    

Jeff Overton 100/1    

Jonathan Byrd 100/1    

Charles Howell III 100/1    

Chad Campbell 100/1    

John Rollins 100/1    

Charley Hoffman 100/1    

Charlie Wi 100/1    

Webb Simpson 100/1    

Jason Bohn 100/1    

Paul Goydos 100/1    

Ben Crane 100/1    

Bo VanPelt 100/1    

John Mallinger 150/1    

Nathan Green 150/1    

Bob Estes 150/1    

Brian Davis 150/1

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Posted: 9/8/09 3:55 PM ET 

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