Bob Hope Chrysler Classic 2009 Betting Odds: This week, the PGA TOUR shifts over to the West Coast for the annual Bob Hope Chrysler Classic Betting Odds. This event will have a purse of $5,100,000 on the line, and will take place in: PGA West Arnold Palmer Private Course, SilverRock Golf Club, PGA West Nicklaus Private Course, La Quinta, California, and Bermuda Dunes, Bermuda Dunes, California.
Oddsmakers at BetUS.com have assembled the best Sports Odds to determine who will win this year’s Bob Hope Chrysler Classic 2009 Betting Odds. Early on, Anthony Kim [+550] was expected to be the Sports Odds favorite as the only player ranked among the top 15 in the PGA.
Earlier this week, Anthony Kim announced that he would be forced to withdraw from the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic 2009 Betting Odds, because of a sore left shoulder, leaving the tournament wide open for the take. The player with the second best Sports Odds to win the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic 2009 Betting Odds after Kim is Justin Leonard [+1000].
Kim, who opened the season two weeks ago by finishing tied for second in the Mercedes-Benz Championship, was considered an emotional leader in helping the Americans upset the Europeans in last year’s Ryder Cup. Mike Weir [+1500] and David Toms [+1500] currently have the third best Sports Odds to win the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic 2009.
“I had so many friends and family coming to watch,” Kim said in a statement. “We don’t consider my shoulder to be anything too serious, and I don’t expect to miss extended time, but it is important to be cautious with it at this early stage in the season.” Steve Stricker [+2000] and Tim Clark [+2000] follow, with the fourth best Sports Odds to win the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic 2009.