Tee times and odds for final round of Players Championship
Jordan Spieth and Martin Kaymer are the heavy favorites at the Players Championship on Sunday.
The pairings for the final round of the Players Championship aren't filled with Tiger Woods or Phil Mickelson but they're still pretty good.
Woods obviously took over this tournament on the weekend last season but this year there's a 20-year-old trying to usurp him as the king of Sawgrass.
Here's a look at some of the better ones along with odds for a Sunday winner.
Rory Sabbatini and Adam Scott (12:05 PM): Pretty opposite personalities here but maybe Sabbatini will fire up Scott as he aims for that top 16 finish and world No. 1 ranking.
Rory McIlroy and Brian Davis (12:15 PM): Earlier than the Ulsterman would have liked but maybe he can get silly with a 63 or something.
Steve Stricker and Zach Johnson (12:25 PM): Strong grouping here. Two of the more consistent fellas on tour.
Ryan Moore and Brandt Snedeker (1:29 PM): This is the group I'd follow if I was at the tournament. Loads of talent.
Stewart Cink and Jim Furyk (1:40 PM): Not very exciting but two stalwarts on the circuit.
John Senden and Sergio Garcia (2:24 PM): I'm legitimately giddy about Sergio in one of the final two pairings.
Jordan Spieth and Martin Kaymer (2:35 PM): Let's not kid ourselves, Sunday is all about what Spieth does, good or bad.
All times Eastern
Jordan Spieth: 5-4
Martin Kaymer: 3-2
Sergio Garcia: 7-1
John Senden: 15-1
Lee Westwood : 25-1
Gary Woodland: 25-1
Justin Rose : 33-1
Matt Jones : 33-1
George McNeill : 50-1
Francesco Molinari : 66-1
Jim Furyk: 66-1
It's the Spieth-Kaymer show if you're looking at odds. Bovada thinks there's really, really good chance one of those two walks away with the trophy, and why not?
They've both been terrific all week -- Kaymer has led throughout and Spieth hasn't been outside the top five.
I think Westwood and Jones are pretty good value for what you're getting them at. McNeill, too, at 50-1 -- he's only four strokes back. Furyk and Molinari don't do much for me even with those long odds.
I guess, gun to my head, I'd go Spieth. I'll be scared out of my mind if he goes to No. 17 with a one-stroke lead, however.
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