Odds to Win the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open 2011

Written by:
Carrie Stroup
Published on:
Sep/28/2011
Odds to Win the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open 2011

Sportsbook.com has released its odds on who will win the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open 2011

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With the FedExCup playoffs in the books, the fall season starts off in Vegas with the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. Many of the biggest names on the Tour are either taking the week off or playing in Europe, making this a wide-open field. While this year’s tournament is unlikely to match the excitement of Jonathan Byrd’s playoff hole-in-one last year, Summerlin’s huge greens will lead to some very low scores once again. Here’s a look at the top contenders…

Martin Laird (15/1): A year ago, Byrd’s dramatic ace ended Laird’s chances for a repeat at this tournament. He’s gone sub-70 in each of his past eight rounds at Summerlin, including two 63’s and a 62. He’s been up-and-down all year, but hit it well in his last start, going T12 at the BMW two weeks ago. He is 22nd on the Tour in birdie average (3.81).

Nick Watney (10/1): The best player in a weak field, Watney has two T6’s (2010, ’05) at Summerlin. He ranks sixth on the Tour in scoring average (69.61).

Spencer Levin (30/1): Levin came up just short in this tournament a year ago, going 63-66-66 from Friday to Sunday and missing the playoff by one stroke.

Chad Campbell (30/1): A University of Nevada-Las Vegas alum, Campbell went T2 at Summerlin in 2009 and T3 in ’08. He’s gone top-25 in three of his past six starts and ranks fifth on the Tour in Greens in Regulation (70.05%).

Chez Reavie (25/1): Reavie has gone top-10 in three of his past five starts, and seemed on his way to making it four of five before fading late at last week’s Tour Championship.

Ryan Moore (12/1): Moore went T7 at his last Shriners in 2009. He shot a final-round 66 at the BMW two weeks ago, his second straight top-20, and is sixth on the Tour in putting (.630 strokes gained).

George McNeill (30/1: McNeill has gone top-15 in each of his four career starts at Summerlin, including a win in 2007.

Scott Piercy (30/1): Piercy shot 68 or better in all four rounds at the Shriners a year ago, helping exorcise any demons from his 2009 collapse when entered Sunday with a share of the lead, then shot a final-round 73.

- Carrie Stroup, Gambling911.com Senior Reporter

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