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Fed Ex Cup playoffs resume Thursday in Illinois
By: Steve Bennett - StatFox
Published: 9/12/2013  at  12:03:00 AM
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BMW Championship

Tees Off: Thursday, September 12
Conway Farms Golf Club – Lake Forest, IL

Odds to Win Tournament

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Tiger Woods5-to-1
Adam Scott12-to-1
Phil Mickelson12-to-1
Justin Rose15-to-1
Henrik Stenson15-to-1
Rory McIlroy15-to-1
Steve Stricker15-to-1
Matt Kuchar20-to-1
Jason Day25-to-1
Luke Donald25-to-1
Jason Dufner25-to-1
Brandt Snedeker30-to-1
Sergio Garcia30-to-1
Jim Furyk30-to-1
Jordan Spieth30-to-1
Webb Simpson30-to-1
Dustin Johnson30-to-1
Keegan Bradley30-to-1
Lee Westwood30-to-1
Charl Schwartzel30-to-1
Hunter Mahan30-to-1
Ian Poulter40-to-1
Graham DeLaet40-to-1
Zach Johnson40-to-1
Bubba Watson50-to-1
Rickie Fowler50-to-1
Graeme McDowell50-to-1
Bill Haas50-to-1
Gary Woodland60-to-1
Nick Watney60-to-1
Ernie Els60-to-1
10 golfers80-to-1
4 golfers100-to-1
3 golfers125-to-1
Angel Cabrera150-to-1
FIELD (Any other golfer)12-to-1

After a week off, the FedEx Cup Playoffs resume Thursday as the BMW Championship returns to Illinois. This is the first time the par-70 Conway Farms course has ever hosted a PGA event. Here’s a look at the Best Bets…

Jim Furyk (30/1): Despite a 73 on Labor Day that led to a T27 finish at the Deutsche Bank Championship, Furyk remains one of the hottest players on Tour. Prior to Boston, he had a string of four straight top-10 finishes.

Steve Stricker (15/1): He’s still winless in 2013 and has been dealing with some hamstring issues, but the semi-retired Stricker has managed to post six top-10's and eight top-15's in his 11 starts this year, including a solo runner-up at the Deutsche Bank Championship two weeks ago. He’s finished 12th or better in each of his past six starts.

Tiger Woods (5/1): Woods went out with a whimper at the Deutsche Bank Championship, failing to crack par on Saturday or Sunday en route to a T65 finish. But he did finish sixth or better in three of his previous four starts, including a win at the Bridgestone Invitational. He’s also won this tournament in Illinois (at Cog Hill) twice. He remains the favorite every time he tees off.

Jordan Spieth (30/1): The 20-year-old remains red-hot. He finished T4 at the Deutsche Bank Championship, making it top-6 finishes in four of his past eight starts (including a win at the John Deere Classic). He’s 11th on the Tour in scoring average (69.798).

Zach Johnson (40/1): After a two-week absence to attend his brother’s wedding, Johnson returned in Boston and posted a T27, rebounding from a poor second round to shoot 67-66 on the weekend. Prior to that, he had five consecutive top-8 finishes, and seems to be on the verge of a first victory in 2013.

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