Stricker Favored To Win The 2010 Transitions Championship

Stricker Favored To Win The 2010 Transitions Championship

Many of the best golfers in the world are in Florida this week to take place in 2010 Transitions Championship odds. With the Masters just three weeks away, many are using this event as a tuneup. With the news that Tiger Woods will return for the Masters, players will want to get their game in top form to challenge the world’s #1 player. All of the previous winners of this event are in the golf betting field this week including defending champion Retief Goosen. He is not the favorite though. That honor at online sportsbooks goes to Steve Stricker who is 12-1 in Transitions Championship odds.

Goosen is actually the co-fifth choice in golf betting odds at sportsbooks. The co-second choices at 20-1 are Padraig Harrington and Vijay Singh. Ian Poulter is the fourth choice at 22-1 in golf betting odds. Singh has won this tournament in the past and he joins other former winners in the field. K.J. Choi has won this tournament twice while Sean O’Hair, Mark Calcavecchia, Carl Pettersson and John Huston were also victorious in this tournament. The Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club in Tampa has hosted this tournament every year since its inception in 2000. Bet Steve Stricker 12-1 as a golf betting favorite in 2010 Transitions Championship odds with a 10% bonus and 110% poker instant bonus.

The Copperhead Course was the ninth most difficult course on the PGA Tour last year. Goosen won this event last year and his winning score was just eight under par. The two players at the top of the golf betting odds board in 2010 Transitions Championship odds are deserving favorites. Stricker is playing as well as anyone and he was third in this tournament last year. Harrington played well last week at Doral as he finished tied for third. This is a very deep and talented field of golfers. There are a lot of players who could actually win this week. Big names like Jim Furyk, Sergio Garcia, Zach Johnson, Stewart Cink, Justin Rose and Geoff Ogilvy are just a few of the contenders. Bet Padraig Harrington 20-1 as a golf betting longshot in 2010 Transition Championship odds which can be seen on the Golf Channel and NBC.

There are even some youngsters like Ryo Ishikawa, Rickie Fowler and Michael Sim who could make a mark this week. If you are looking for attractive longshots in golf betting odds there are plenty of big names to choose from. Justin Leonard is 66-1, Adam Scott is 80-1 while Rory Sabbatini, David Duval and Boo Weekley are 100-1. The Golf Channel has the TV coverage on Thursday and Friday while NBC has the action this weekend. Bet 2010 Transitions Championship odds with a 10% deposit bonus and 110% poker bonus at Bodog sportsbook.

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