PGA golf betting odds for players to win 2016 Phoenix Open

David Lingmerth – 40 to 1

David Lingmerth from Sweden won the 2015 Memorial last June for his first career win at age 27. Mickelson has won this tournament three times including in 2013 and he should play better this week. Rickie Folwer – 16 to 1

At odds of 11 to 1, Bubba Watson is the betting favorite to win the 2016 Waste Management Phoenix Open. Poulter has 12 total wins on the PGA and European Tours combined but his last win was in 2012. He finished tied for 5th at the Sony Open in his last start on January 14.

Hideki Matsuyama is usually pretty low in the betting odds each week but he rarely delivers a win. Kevin Kisner won the RSM Classic in November for his first PGA Tour win. Snedeker was tied for 10th here last year

T-9. You would expect Fowler to play better this week but he still only has three wins on the PGA Tour in 156 starts.

T-17. Matsuyama has just one PGA Tour win in 64 starts. Na has earnings of $21 million.

Hunter Mahan won the Phoenix Open in 2010 beating Rickie Fowler by one stroke. Bubba Watson has eight wins on the PGA Tour and he also won the Hero World Challenge in December of 2015.

Notables who have won the Phoenix Open twice include Byron Nelson (1939, 1945), Ben Hogan (1946, 1947) and Johnny Miller (1974, 1975). Jason Dufner, Kevin Na – 30 to 1 odds each. Lingmerth is lower odds here because he finished second two weeks ago at La Quitna losing the tournament in a playoff to Jason Dufner.

Rickie Fowler won the Abu Dhabi Golf Championship in impressive fashion two weeks ago and then laid an egg last week and missed the cut at the Farmers Insurance Open. Brandt Snedeker – 14 to 1

13. In his last start, Mark Wilson finished tied for 52nd place two weeks ago.

4. Phil Mickelson, J.B Holmes, Kevin Kisner – 25 to 1 odds each

The Phoenix Open dates back to 1932. All the PGA golfers with betting odds of 50 to 1 or less in the 2016 Phoenix Open are listed below with comments plus a few notables with much higher betting odds.

Jason Dufner won at La Quinta two weeks ago for his fourth PGA win and first since he won the 2013 PGA Championship. Simpson tied for 17th two weeks ago in his last start. Stanley tied for 25th last week in the Farmers Insurance Open.

Mark Wilson – 250 to 1 odds

Mark Wilson is 41 years old and he has five wins on tour including the 2011 Phoenix Open which he won by beating Jason Dufner in a playoff. Palmer finished tied for 17th two weeks ago in his last start.

1. Dufner finally has his head straightened out after getting divorced from Amanda Boyd last year. Tiger Woods has never won the Phoenix Open but Jack Nicklaus won the tournament in 1964.

Ian Poulter tied for 14th in Abu Dhabi two weeks ago in his last start. Koepka played well at the Tournament of Champions finishing tied for 3rd but that was his last start and it was a month ago. Ryan Palmer – 35 to 1

T-14. Zach finished tied for 10th here last year.

2. Koepka also has a win on the European Tour at the 2014 Turkish Airlines Open.

5. With 12 career PGA Tour wins including the 2015 British Open, Zach Johnson is always a threat to win but his odds should be a little higher here. Holmes played well last week to finish in 6th place. Mahan has six wins on tour with his last win coming 18 months ago. He’s lower odds here because he finished alone in 3rd place last week.

T-6. Bubba Watson finished tied for second here last year and he certainly has the talent to win this but he’s not played since he finished tied for 10th at the Tournament of Champions on January 7, 2016. His last win was in 2012. Gary Woodland has two PGA Tour wins with his last win coming in 2013. Zach Johnson – 33 to 1

Good luck to all the PGA golfers and especially the bettors this week at the wild and woolly 2016 Phoenix Open!

12. Bubba Watson – 11 to 1 odds

The 2016 Waste Management Phoenix Open golf tournament on the PGA Tour is taking place this week from February 4-7, 2016, at the TPC of Scottsdale in Scottsdale, Arizona. Kevin Na tied for 3rd at La Quinta two weeks ago in his last start but he only has one win in 305 PGA Tour events. Webb Simpson is 30 years old and he has four career PGA Tour wins but his last win was in 2013. Brooks Koepka – 18 to 1

Justin Thomas won the CIMB Classic last November for his first PGA Tour win. Woodland tied for 18th place last week. Crowd favorite Phil Mickelson (1996, 2005, 2013) along with Arnold Palmer (1961-63), Gene Littler (1955, 1959, 1969) and Mark Calcavecchiacca (1989, 1992, 2011) all jointly hold the record for most wins at the Phoenix Open with three each.

Fresh off his miraculous win at the Farmers Insurance Open last week in the awful wind and weather, Brandt Snedeker is the second choice in the betting odds this week at 14 to 1 odds. Ryan Moore has four career wins with his last win coming 15 months ago. He missed the cut at the Sony Open in his last start three weeks ago. He missed the cut last week at the Farmers Open but that was his first start on tour in almost two months.

This year’s field is a good one and includes Phil Mickelson, Rickie Fowler, Bubba Watson, Zach Johnson, Jason Dufner, Brooks Koepka and last week’s amazing winner Brandt Snedeker. In his last start, Mahan tied for 43rd place last week. Hideki Matsuyama – 20 to 1

Ryan Palmer is the same age as Zach Johnson (39) but he only has three wins on tour and his last win was in 2010. J.B. Here is a list of the betting odds for the PGA players to win this week at the 2016 Phoenix Open.

Notables

Phil Mickelson laid an egg last week and missed the Farmers Insurance Open cut after playing well the week before. He’s not played on tour in three months.

11. Justin Thomas, Gary Woodland, Ryan Moore – 45 to 1 odds each

Zach Johnson missed the cut two weeks ago in his last start. Ian Poulter, Webb Simpson, Kevin Streelman – 50 to 1 odds each

3. Holmes has four PGA Tour wins and two of them came in this tournament (2006, 2008). Ryan Palmer is relatively low odds this week because he finished tied for second at the Phoenix Open last year in 2015. He played well last week to finish tied for 8th place.

Kyle Stanley – 150 to 1 odds

Kyle Stanley is 28 years old and his lone win on the PGA Tour was at the Phoenix Open in 2012. Kevin Streelman has two wins on tour with his last win in 2014. Brooks Koepka won the Phoenix Open last year in 2015 for his first PGA Tour win. That was his first tournament since November.

Aaron Baddeley – 100 to 1

Aaron Baddeley is 34 years old and he has three wins on tour including the 2007 Phoenix Open. Baddeley’s last win was in 2011. The wins was the eighth of Snedeker’s career and if you want to roll the dice with him here who can blame you after last week

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