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Low scores expected at Deutsche Bank
By: Steve Bennett - StatFox
Published: 8/30/2013  at  12:03:00 AM
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Deutsche Bank Championship

Tees Off: Friday, August 30
TPC Boston Norton, MA

Odds to Win Tournament

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Tiger Woods13-to-2
Phil Mickelson19-to-2
Adam Scott10-to-1
Rory McIlroy15-to-1
Justin Rose16-to-1
Jason Day18-to-1
Webb Simpson25-to-1
Dustin Johnson25-to-1
Jim Furyk28-to-1
Henrik Stenson28-to-1
Matt Kuchar28-to-1
Brandt Snedeker30-to-1
Jason Dufner30-to-1
Steve Stricker30-to-1
Zach Johnson30-to-1
Lee Westwood30-to-1
Keegan Bradley30-to-1
Jordan Spieth35-to-1
Hunter Mahan35-to-1
Rickie Fowler40-to-1
Bill Haas40-to-1
Bubba Watson40-to-1
Luke Donald40-to-1
Gary Woodland50-to-1
Sergio Garcia50-to-1
Charl Schwartzel50-to-1
Rory Sabbatini60-to-1
Graham DeLaet60-to-1
Graeme McDowell60-to-1
Ryan Moore60-to-1
Ian Poulter60-to-1
Martin Kaymer60-to-1
Nick Watney70-to-1
Charley Hoffman70-to-1
Jonas Blixt80-to-1
Ernie Els80-to-1
Billy Horschel80-to-1
9 golfers100-to-1
3 golfers 125-to-1
FIELD (Any other golfer)17-to-2

The second stop of the FedEx Cup Playoffs wraps around the holiday weekend, as the Deutsche Bank Championship tees off Friday and concludes on Labor Day. The champion here has gone 20-below-par or better in three of the past five years, and this year should be a shootout as well. Heres a look at the Best Bets

Steve Stricker (30/1): The semi-retired Stricker is back in action for the first time since the PGA Championship. Hes still looking for his first victory of 2013, but hes posted five top-10's and seven top-15's among his 10 starts so far this season, including 13th or better in each of his past four starts. In 10 career starts in Norton, he has four top-10's including his victory in 2009.

Tiger Woods (13/2): Woods came up just short in Jersey last week, finishing in a pack of four runner-ups, one stroke behind Adam Scott. So its been five wins and one runner-up among his eight non-major stroke play Tour events this season.

Dustin Johnson (25/1): Johnson is coming off a disappointing missed cut at The Barclays, but he has the kind of distance to overpower this course. He finished fourth here both last year and in 2009. And despite last weeks disappointment, he still has two top-10's in his past four starts.

Adam Scott (10/1): Last week in Jersey he got his first win since the Masters, continuing his strong 2013. It was his second straight top-5 showing, and his third in four starts. The Aussie has gone top-10 at TPC Boston in each of the past three years and won the inaugural tournament in 2003.

Luke Donald (40/1): Its been a disappointing year for Donald, whos still in search of his first win of 2013. But he has seven top-20's on the year, and hes finished top-3 in two of the past three years here.

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