2012 PGA Sony Open in Hawaii
Waialae Country Club – Honolulu, Hawaii
Par 70 – 7,068 yards
Thursday, January 12-Sunday, January 15, 2012, TV: Golf Channel
Defending Champion: Mark Wilson
All odds courtesy of Bookmaker
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With the best players in the world teeing off at St. Andrews’ Old Course, there is a variety of british open betting prop bets available at online sportsbooks. You can bet on somewhat predictable things like who the top player from a specific country will be or who will end up the top senior player.
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While Tiger is taking time off to see his kids, and Lefty is playing at the Scottish Open for a shot to take over the world’s No. 1 ranking, the PGA will head to Silvis, Ill. Thursday for the John Deere Classic.
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Of course I predicted that Miguel Angel Jimenez would be leading Tom Watson by one stroke after one round of the British Open. I mean, who didn’t? It was totally obvious. Bizarre. Only a couple of things made sense about the first round. Steve Stricker continued his hot play and is right in the mix. Camilo Villegas regained his lost form and is right there with Stricker. I’ll be annoyed if Villegas wins this thing – he’s been a choice for me in every major for the last couple of years, but I skipped over him this time because he has been so frustratingly ineffective. I think I’ll be safe, though. Oh, and what is it about Ben Curtis and this tournament? Bizarre.
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