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Greenbrier Classic Betting Odds - 2011

Written by:
Carrie Stroup
Published on:
Jul/27/2011
Greenbrier Classic Betting Odds

Sportsbook.com was offering Greenbrier Classic betting odds for the 2011 tournament. 

A year ago at the inaugural Greenbrier Classic, Stuart Appleby shot a final round 59 to take the title. Don’t expect this year’s field to pick up where Appleby and Co. left off last year. The Old White TPC has undergone some changes, with a narrowing of the fairways and firming of the greens. Here’s a look at the favorites on the re-done course…

Charles Howell III (20/1): Howell has gone top-5 in his past three starts in the States, which he followed with a respectable T28 at the British Open. Last year at the Greenbrier, he shot four rounds of 67 or less en route to a T9.

Sergio Garcia (15/1): It seems like Garcia has been building up to this. He’s finished in the top-25 in 11 of 15 starts this year, and top-10 in his past three.

Webb Simpson (20/1): Simpson is still looking for his first career win, but he’s been hanging around the past five starts. He has top-20’s in his past five starts, including two top-10’s.

Jeff Overton (25/1): Last year’s runner-up, Overton kicked off July with his best finish of the year (T3) at the AT&T National.

Phil Mickelson (10/1): He’s back after taking a week off following his runner-up at the British Open. Mickelson has five top-10’s this year, including three in his past seven starts.

Brandt Snedeker (30/1): He had registered four straight top-25’s before missing the cut at the British Open. More importantly, Snedeker has had one of the Tour’s hottest putters all year long.

Stuart Appleby (100/1): No doubt, the Aussie has been a disaster of late; he hasn’t made a cut since May. But Appleby wasn’t exactly sharp going into Greenbrier last year. At these odds, there’s nothing wrong with the defending champ as a longshot this week.

- Carrie Stroup, Gambling911.com

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