Golf betting anticipation is at a fever peak for the best 30 players in the game that will be on the board in the most evenly matched golf gambling event of 2010.
Matt Kuchar leads the current standings and is followed by Dustin Johnson, Charley Hoffman and Steve Stricker.
Paul Casey will enter action with the golf odds in 5th place and among the most dangerous and capable players on the board, with plenty of potential value for bargain hunting gamblers. Casey has had a solid playoff season as he finished 2nd in the BMW Championship, 12th in The Barclays, and 25th in the Deutsch Bank.
This is far and away his best season ever as he finished 52nd in the final FedExCup standings last year.
Jason Day is 6th in the FedExCup standings and among the long list of newer names that are coming into prominence this year. Day got off to an excellent start in the post season with a 5th place finish in The Barclays and a 2nd place finish at Deutsch Bank before imploding at the BMW Championship with a 54th place showing.
The 22-year old looks to be a name that will be bigger and better with handicappers as time goes on.
Two of the bigger names known by all who are handicapping the golf betting lines are also in top 10 position with the FedExCup standings as Ernie Els is ranked 8th and Phil Mickelson is ranked 10th.
Els has had a mediocre playoff but finished 13th in the BMW Championship after finishing 30th in the Deutsch Bank and 71st in the Barclays. He led the FedExCup standings for 22 weeks before the playoffs and has 6 top ten finishes at East Lake. Els has the veteran savvy to be a dangerous value on the board this weekend.
Mickelson missed the cut at The Barclays but improved afterwards to finish 25th at Deutsch Bank and 8th at the BMW Championship. Among the most popular choices in all of golf betting, Mickelson finished 2nd in the final FedExCup standings last year. His finish at the BMW was his best since the US Open.
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