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PGA Champions Tour - 2007 Bank of America Championship odds

Curtis Strange will be making his first PGA Champions Tour appearance this week at the Bank of America Championship.

PGA Champions Tour - 2007 Bank of America Championship odds Nick Price, one of the newest players on the Champions Tour and also a World Golf Hall of Fame member, will be making his first appearance in the event, as well. Others making their first stops in this event will be Chip Beck, Tim Simpson, Kenny Knox, Massy Kuramoto, Scott Simpson and David Edwards. The Bank of America Championship is the fourth-oldest event on the Champions Tour.

 According to the online bookmaker Bodog Sports, Jay Haas is the favorite to win the Bank of America Championship this year with odds at 5/1. The St. Louis native turned pro in 1976 and has played 796 PGA Tour events in his career, winning 9 of them and finishing 143 times in the top ten. Jay Haas won last year's Charles Schwab Cup and leads Denis Watson by 335 points in the Charles Schwab Cup race at the halfway point in the season.

 Brad Bryant comes second on the bookie's betting list with odds to win at 12/1. Both Jay Haas (Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf) and Brad Bryant (Regions Charity Classic) repeated as winners of their respective events. That's the most players to defend a title in the first half of a season on the Champions Tour since three players successfully defended events in the first half of the 2000 campaign. Last year at the halfway mark, no players had defended titles.

 Here are the top ten contenders for the 2007 Bank of America PGA Championship Tour by betting odds:

Jay Haas

Brad Bryant

Scott Hoch

Hale Irwin

Tom Purtzer

Tom Watson

Tom Kite

Nick Price

Denis Watson

R.W. Eaks

Odds by Bodog Sports.

Published on 06/21/2007

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