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FedEx Cup playoffs conclude this weekend
By: Steve Bennett - StatFox
Published: 9/19/2013  at  12:01:00 AM
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TOUR Championship

Tees Off: Thursday, September 19
East Lake Golf Club – Atlanta, GA

Odds to Win Tournament

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Tiger Woods9-to-2
Phil Mickelson12-to-1
Adam Scott12-to-1
Hunter Mahan15-to-1
Justin Rose15-to-1
Steve Stricker15-to-1
Henrik Stenson15-to-1
Zach Johnson15-to-1
Jason Day18-to-1
Matt Kuchar18-to-1
Brandt Snedeker20-to-1
Luke Donald20-to-1
Jim Furyk20-to-1
Jason Dufner25-to-1
Keegan Bradley25-to-1
Webb Simpson25-to-1
Jordan Spieth25-to-1
Sergio Garcia25-to-1
Charl Schwartzel25-to-1
Bill Haas30-to-1
Nick Watney30-to-1
Dustin Johnson35-to-1
Graham DeLaet35-to-1
Gary Woodland50-to-1
Roberto Castro60-to-1
Kevin Streelman60-to-1
Billy Horschel60-to-1
Brendon de Jonge60-to-1
Boo Weekley100-to-1
D.A. Points150-to-1

The FedEx Cup Playoffs wrap up once again in Atlanta for the TOUR Championship. Tiger Woods is heavily favored as he looks to wrap up a FedEx Cup title at East Lake, consistently one of the tougher par 70's on the schedule. Here’s a look at the best bets for this week…

Tiger Woods (9/2): He’s won here only once, when Woods destroyed a rain-soaked East Lake with a tournament-record 23-under 257 in 2007. He is also a four-time runner-up at this course, and after a two-year layoff he returned to Atlanta and finished T8 a year ago. After a hiccup in Boston on Labor Day weekend, Woods seemed to be back on track during a T11 finish at the BMW Championship last week.

Jim Furyk (20/1): He couldn’t quite pull it out last week in Illinois, letting the BMW Championship slip away on Monday despite a second-round 59. He enters this week as hot as anyone on Tour though, with five top-10's in his past six starts. Furyk won here in 2010, and finished seventh last year.

Zach Johnson (15/1): He’s coming off a comeback win in Illinois on Monday, his sixth top-8 in his past seven starts. While Johnson has never won on East Lake, he has a history of success on Atlanta courses and holds the course record here (10-under 60 in 2007).

Phil Mickelson (12/1): While Lefty hasn’t played well in September, his track record at East Lake can’t be ignored. He’s the only two-time winner here. And his two victories this season came after a T51 (at the Famer’s Insurance Open, preceding his win in Phoenix) and two starts after a missed cut (at the Greenbrier Classic, before his British Open win).

Adam Scott (12/1): After a couple shaky rounds at the BMW Championship, Scott rebounded for a final-round 67. He’s been one of the best on Tour all season, with two wins and six top-10's. At East Lake, he won here in 2006 and led after 36 holes en route to a T6 two years ago.

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