Mayakoba Classic Odds

Jose Coceres, runner-up, Mayakoba Classic 2007
There is much more to golf betting than merely picking a winner. Professional punters enjoy 72-hole championship match betting lines in which the betting pits two closely matched golfers against each other. Recreational punters prefer faster markets, hence the growth in popularity of 2-ball and 3-ball bets. An example of a 2-ball bet is backing a player to shoot a lower score than a playing partner.

Players are still to confirm their attendance at the 2009 Mayakoba Golf Classic.

2009 Mayakoba Classic Odds

The Favourite

  • Brian Gay – 2008 Mayakoba Classic Winner

Hot Picks

  • Fred Funk – 2007 defending champion and winner of the 2007 Turtle Bay Championship held in Hawaii
  • Corey Pavin – 2010 Ryder Cup Matches Captain
  • Joe Ogilvie – doing well in the inaugural FedEx Cup playoff, The Barclays Golf Tournament and winner of the 2007 US Bank Championship in Milwaukee
  • Boo Weekly – currently ranked at number 45 on the World Golf Ranking and winner of the 2007 and 2008 Verizon Heritage Golf Tournament played in South Carolina, USA
  • Tom Lehman – winner of 5 PGA titles, and former Ryder Cup captain. He is also the 1996 winner of the British Open.

Should Contend

  • David Gossett – runner up at the 2002 Barclays
  • Joe Coceres – pipped at the post by Funk at the 2007 Mayakoba Golf Classic
  • Jerry Kelly – ranked number 50 on the World Golf Ranking

Very Capable

  • Tim Herron – in contention at this year’s Barclays
  • Ryan Armour – number 4 at the 2007 Mayakoba Golf Classic and T9 at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am
  • Pat Perez – 2002 runner-up at the Barclays and winner of the 2009 Bob Hope Classic Tournament
  • Peter Lonard – third at the 2007 Mayakoba Golf Classic