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AT&T National 2011 Odds to Win

Written by:
Carrie Stroup
Published on:
Jun/28/2011
AT&T National 2011 Odds to Win

These AT&T National 2011 betting odds were courtesy of Sportsbook.com.  Get all the latest odds to win the tournament here.

Tees Off: Thursday, June 30

Aronimink Golf Club – Newtown Square, PA

The PGA Tour goes old school this week with a return to the par-70 Aronimink Golf Club for the AT&T National. While last week was a shootout at the Travelers Championship, this week should be considerably tougher. Here are the favorites most likely to be up to the task…

Ryan Moore (20/1): After a T2 at the Travelers last week, Moore is shaping up for a nice weekend. He was the sole runner-up at Aronimink last year and was T11 in 2009.

Webb Simpson (25/1): Simpson is just about due for a breakthrough.  Still searching for his first Tour win, he shot four sub-70 rounds at the Travelers for his third straight top-15 finish. He continues to lead the Tour in overall statistical ranking.

Nick Watney (12/1): After missing the cut at the U.S. Open, he got back on track with four sub-70 rounds at the Travelers. He’s now finished top-15 in three of his past four starts and is fourth on the Tour in scoring average (69.70). He was T7 at the AT&T National last year.

Carl Pettersson (50/1): A nice longshot pick. Pettersson strung together four more sub-70 rounds at the Travelers, giving him eight in a row, all on Par-70 courses. He finished sixth at Aronimink a year ago.

J.B. Holmes (40/1): His power can never be underestimated (Tour-best 316.9 average drive), and Holmes nearly rode that long game to a win at the AT&T last year, shooting a 66 on Sunday to grab a sole fifth-place finish. He’s been less erratic than usual this year; he’s yet to miss a cut in 2011.

Bo Van Pelt (20/1): His T13 at the Travelers gave him a fourth consecutive top-15 finish. His solid work off the tee (6th in total driving) should keep him in contention this weekend.

Jason Dufner (50/1): He’s been a bit all over the place, with three top-10s but also two missed cuts over his past five starts. He’s quietly sitting in 26th on the money list.

Bill Haas (30/1): He’ll be well-rested after taking last week off. Haas has been solid all year and ranks sixth in Greens in Regulation (70.61%).

For all others, The Field goes off at 5/2.

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