Up until last year, Woods had dominated the WGC Bridgetsone Invitational, winning no less than 7 times since it’s inception in 1999 but comes into this year’s event having not played since early May and is 22/1 with Coral to register a much needed win. He must surely go better than last year’s effort in which he finished 2nd last.
Hunter Mahan is out to defend his title, he can be backed with Totesport at 30/1 while the tournament fav is Rory McIlroy – 14/1 with Ladbrokes. British Open winner Darren Clarke (and winner here in 2003), playing with Woods this week, is an impressive 100/1 with Paddy Power while reigning Masters champions Charl Schwartzel can be backed at 35/1 with bet365.
Lee Westwood will surely perform better than his missed cut at The Open, he is 16/1 with to win while Phil Mickelson could be a good bet at 20′s (Boylesports).