2016 Australian PGA Championship odds and preview – Adam Scott hot favourite

adam scottThe 2016 Australian PGA Championship is scheduled for Thursday 1st to Sunday 4th December 2016 at the RACV Royal Pines Resort on the Gold Coast and Adam Scott is a clear $4.50 favourite.

Scott heads Australian PGA betting on $4.50, with Marc Leishman and Cameron Smith both at $15.00.

Online bookmaker Sportsbet reports punters are right behind Queensland golfer Cameron Smith for this week’s Australian PGA Championship at Royal Pines.

Smith is equal second favourite with Sportsbet but has more individual wagers than any other player.

Another Queenslander Rod Pampling $23.00 is getting good support along with Englishman Ian Poulter at $34.00.

One punter has placed $5 on Jamie Hook at $1,001 while six punters have taken Craig Parry at $1,001, including one $20 bet.

“Cameron Smith gained a lot of fans when he was beaten by Jordan Spieth in a play-off for the Australian Open,” said Sportsbet’s Christian Jantzen.

“Those fans obviously think he can carry on from there and Smith holds the most individual bets, but Adam Scott is the best backed.”

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The 2017 Australian PGA Championship odds can be found below.

2017 Australian PGA Championship Odds

$4.50 Adam Scott
$15.00 Mark Leishman
$15.00 Cameron Smith
$23.00 Ryan Fox
$23.00 Scott Hend
$23.00 Danny Lee
$23.00 Rod Pampling
$26.00 John Senden
$29.00 Rhein Gibson
$29.00 Brad Kennedy
$34.00 Greg Chalmers
$34.00 Marcus Fraser
$34.00 Ian Poulter
$34.00 Harold Varner
$41.00 Curtis Luck
$41.00 Jason Scrivener
$41.00 Jaco Van Zyl
$42+ the rest

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2015 Australian PGA Result

Australia’s Nathan Holman won a three-way playoff with USA’s Harold Varner III and South Africa’s Dylan Frittelli to win the 2015 Australian PGA championship at Royal Pines.

Holman managed a one over par 73, while Frittelli and Varner scored 75 each, for even-par totals of 288 over the four rounds.

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