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Sony Open 2012 Betting Odds

Written by:
Carrie Stroup
Published on:
Jan/11/2012
Sony Open 2012 Betting Odds

Carrie Stroup here with all your latest Sony Open 2012 betting odds.  I can’t stress enough the amount of money gamblers across the globe have made placing futures on players such as those we mention below, however, Sportsbook.com has all the Sony Open player odds right here.

The first full-field of the 2012 season, the Sony Open tees off in Honolulu on Thursday. In direct contrast to the wide open fairways of last week’s Hyundai Tournament of Champions in Kapalua, Waialae CC is about precision over power. Here’s a look at our picks for the five best bets…

Charles Howell III (25/1): Howell has five career top-5’s at Waialae. His ability to scramble (fifth on the Tour last season, 63.92%) should keep him from getting into too much trouble. He was eighth on the Tour in scoring average last year.

Steve Stricker (7/1): Coming off a herniated disc in his neck that sunk him late last year, we weren’t expecting Stricker to be competitive in Kapalua last week. Instead he cruised to a three-stroke victory. Clearly he’s healthy, and has gone top-10 at the Sony Open four of the past five years including each of the past two. He led the Tour in scrambling (76.92%) last year.

David Toms (30/1): Toms won here in 2006 and finished T2 three years ago. While he’s never been long off the tee, he’s always been accurate (71.82%, 6th on the Tour last year, 75% at Kapalua last week).

Webb Simpson (10/1): He’s struggled at Waialae in recent years, but Simpson’s game fits well there. He was eighth on the Tour in greens in regulation a year ago (69.84%) and should be able to avoid trouble.

Kevin Na (25/1): Na was in the hunt at Waialae in 2008 and ’09, and he’s regularly towards the top of the Tour in scrambling (including 9th on the Tour, 63.50%, last season). Combine that with his putter, and he should be in the conversation on Sunday.

- Carrie Stroup, Gambling911.com Senior Reporter

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