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Simpson, Donald headline CMNH Classic
By: Nick Bracken - StatFox
Published: 10/20/2011  at  2:21:00 AM
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Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Classic

Tees Off: Thursday, October 20
Disney’s Magnolia and Palm Courses – Lake Buena Vista, FL

Odds to Win Tournament

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Luke Donald8-to-1
Webb Simpson10-to-1
Justin Rose15-to-1
Gary Woodland20-to-1
Spencer Levin25-to-1
Charles Howell III25-to-1
Jeff Overton30-to-1
Trevor Immelman30-to-1
Bryce Molder30-to-1
Kevin Streelman30-to-1
John Senden30-to-1
Brandt Jobe40-to-1
Jerry Kelly40-to-1
Sean O’Hair40-to-1
Retief Goosen40-to-1
Tommy Gainey50-to-1
Ryan Palmer50-to-1
Heath Slocum50-to-1
Davis Love III 50-to-1
Robert Garrigus50-to-1
Stephen Ames 50-to-1
Nick O’Hern50-to-1
Jonathon Byrd50-to-1
Chris Stroud60-to-1
Brian Davis60-to-1
John Rollins60-to-1
Kris Blanks60-to-1
Charlie Wi60-to-1
Billy Horschel 60-to-1
Scott Piercy60-to-1
Brian Gay60-to-1
FIELD (Any Other Golfer)5-to-2

Webb Simpson leads Luke Donald by $363,029 on the money list entering The Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Classic on Thursday. As Simpson and Donald battle out for the money list title, a few defending champs of the event will look to regain the title in sunny Lake Buena Vista, Florida.

Luke Donald (8/1): This will be Donald’s first time appearing in the tournament since 2003. The Englishman has impressively finished in the top-25 in 15 out of 18 events in 2011, including 13 top-10’s.

Webb Simpson (10/1): Simpson will need to tune up his putting from his 67th rank in putting within five feet last week at the McGladrey Classic. Simpson has won two tournaments this year (Wyndham Championship, Deutsche Bank Championship) and hits a solid 69.33% of greens in regulation (12th-best on tour).

Justin Rose (15/1): Rose hasn’t participated in an event since the Tour Championship, but has had his share of success at Disney, recording a third and two fourth-place finishes, which includes a round of 60 back in 2006 at Palm.

Gary Woodland (20/1): This is the long driver’s first appearance at the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Classic. Woodland has played solid golf since winning the Transitions Championship back in March when he edged out the up-and-coming Webb Simpson in the final round. He has six top-10 finishes on the year.

Charles Howell III (25/1): He has played well at Disney, making the cut his last nine outings. Howell finished third in the Fed Ex St. Jude Classic and AT&T National, but he hasn’t won since 2007 and has failed to finish in the top-two in any event since 2009.

Bryce Molder (30/1): Molder might bring some of his confidence to Florida after his win at the Frys.com Open two weeks ago. Molder has been very inconsistent throughout 2011, making the cut in just 15 of the 27 events he participated in, but he does have six top-10 finishes as well.

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