2009 BMW Championship Betting Odds & FedEx Cup Playoffs Odds: The chase for the 2009 FedEx Cup Playoffs Odds continues with this week’s 2009 BMW Championship Betting Odds. The 2009 BMW Championship is scheduled to get under way early Thursday morning, live from Cog Hill Golf & Country-Club in Dubsdread, Lemont, Illinois.
Fortunately for you, 2009 FedEx Cup Playoffs and BMW Championship Betting Odds makers at SportsBook.com got this event covered from top to bottom so you don’t miss out on betting on every single stroke.
As expected, there’s always one player that flourishes in the PGA TOUR Playoffs and that will go on to earn the nickname: Mr. September. Shockingly, this Mr. September guy doesn’t have an animal or an object in either of his names.
This person went out and won the 2009 Deutsche Bank Championship for his second victory and sixth top-10 in ten FedEx Cup events. His name is not Tiger Woods [2/1], but Steve Stricker [12/1] who took over the top spot in the FedEx Cup standings after shooting a (-4) 67 to win at TPC of Boston.
“We’re taking up space in his world,” Stricker said on Monday. “We all know who the guy is out here. I’m just happy to be in the position I’m at and with the opportunity to do something special for myself. He’s done enough other special things, maybe let somebody else do something special.”
Even with all the success Stricker has enjoyed this time of year, 2009 BMW Championship Betting Odds makers and FedEx Cup Playoffs specialists are sticking with Woods to win both! Betting Odds to win the 2009 FedEx Cup Playoffs: Tiger Woods [1/2] is also the favorite!
“My goal coming into these first three events was just to make sure that I played well and remained in the top five so I could have a chance to win it all,” Stricker added. “I think this pretty much does it. But we’ve still got a lot of golf left to play. … I’ve still got to play well.”
Here are some other notable names competing in this weekend’s 2009 BMW Championship Betting Odds & FedEx Cup Playoffs Odds starting with defending champion Camilo Villegas [50/1]:
Padraig Harrington [12/1]
Jim Furyk [20/1]
Phil Mickelson [25/1]
Sergio Garcia [30/1]
Geoff Ogilvy [30/1]
Ernie Els [30/1]