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Odds to win the PGA Tour money list

Written by: Tony Korologos | Date: Wednesday, December 29th, 2010
Categories: PGA TourPro Golf

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Who do you think will win the money title in 2011?  I really doubt anyone thought that Matt Kuchar would win it in 2010.

With the PGA Tour staring up next week, the odds makers have come out with their odds to win the 2011 PGA Tour money title.  Keep in mind, the odds makers aren’t necessarily trying to predict the money winner. They’re hedging their odds based on the action they anticipate in such a way that they’ll make a profit.

Tiger Woods tops the list and is at 1/1 odds.

Next is Phil Mickelson at 8/1.  Phil has never won a money title, and odds are he won’t again, despite likely having some wins and perhaps even a major championship.

Jim Furyk and Dustin Johnson are 14/1 odds.

Matt Kuchar (2010 money title winner) is an amazing 33/1.  Ah, hindsight.

3 responses to “Odds to win the PGA Tour money list”

  1. Jared says:

    I want Phil to win it so bad, but I know he won’t. So I’m going to pick Tiger to win it. He just needs to get back into his normal pattern which hopefully he will do.

  2. Golf Training Aid says:

    I will be shocked if Tiger doesn’t win the money title if he remains healthy for 3/4 of a full season. I can’t even think of anyone who might stop him but I expect a nice season from Sean O’Hair.

  3. martin says:

    Given 3 wins or so combined with a large number of tournaments played, the safe bet is Tiger. He will likely play more events than he has played in years past – and probably win 6 digits in a lot of them. I feel like the guy in Princess Bride, but Tiger not winning at least a couple is “inconcievable”! But even money on Tiger? I would think it is a little longer than that.

    Are Westwood and McIllroy in the list? Either of them could win 3-4 tournaments and possibly take it, but neither will have a large number of tournaments played – so they are pretty long shots.

    Furyk and Johnson both should have better odds than 14/1

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