BMW Championship 2012 Odds: Lines for All Remaining PGA FedEx Cup Competitors

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BMW Championship 2012 Odds: Lines for All Remaining PGA FedEx Cup Competitors
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And then there were 70.

The FedEx Cup Playoffs are halfway over, and only the top 70 points leaders remain in the hunt for the trophy and, more significantly, the $10 million paycheck. This past weekend's Deutsche Bank Championship saw tournament winner Rory McIlroy leapfrog to the top of the standings, 1,331 points ahead of Nick Watney in second place and 1,382 points ahead of third-place Tiger Woods. 

The Deutsche Bank Championship saw the top 100 FedEx Cup points leaders compete for 70 spots at the upcoming BMW Championship. Well known golfers such as Charles Howell III, Rory Sabbatini and K.J. Choi missed the cut, while many little known golfers guaranteed themselves at least $110,000, the payout for those finishing between 55th and 70th place in the final standings.

The cut following this coming weekend will be even more dramatic, as only the top 30 points leaders will be invited to play in the Tour Championship, the final tournament in the FedEx Cup Playoffs. Several top golfers are currently near the cut line, including Adam Scott, Lee Westwood, Graeme McDowell and last year's FedEx Cup winner, Bill Haas. Each will have to play well at the BMW Championship to continue on in the playoffs.

Below are the odds, courtesy of British gaming company Ladbrokes, for each of the 70 golfers who will tee off at the BMW Championship at the Crooked Stick Golf Course in Carmel, Indiana this coming weekend.

RANK GOLFER ODDS
1 Rory McIlroy 6/1
2 Nick Watney 33/1
3 Tiger Woods 7/1
4 Brandt Snedeker 25/1
5 Louis Oosthuizen 20/1
6 Dustin Johnson 14/1
7 Jason Dufner 25/1
8 Zach Johnson 80/1
9 Phil Mickelson 20/1
10 Bubba Watson 33/1
11 Carl Pettersson 80/1
12 Keegan Bradley 33/1
13 Matt Kuchar 66/1
14 Hunter Mahan 80/1
15 Sergio Garcia 25/1
16 Steve Stricker 33/1
17 Luke Donald 25/1
18 Ernie Els 66/1
19 Webb Simpson 40/1
20 Bo Van Pelt 50/1
21 Jim Furyk 50/1
22 Justin Rose 40/1
23 Lee Westwood 20/1
24 Rickie Fowler 66/1
25 Adam Scott 20/1
26 John Senden 50/1
27 John Huh 150/1
28 Bill Haas 80/1
29 Scott Piercy 150/1
30 Kyle Stanley 150/1
31 Robert Garrigus 125/1
32 Kevin Stadler 100/1
33 Bud Cauley 80/1
34 Johnson Wagner 250/1
35 Ryan Moore 80/1
36 Greg Chalmers 150/1
37 Marc Leishman 150/1
38 Seung-Yul Noh 125/1
39 William McGirt 100/1
40 Jeff Overton 66/1
41 Graeme McDowell 66/1
42 Tom Gillis 200/1
43 Tim Clark 66/1
44 Mark Wilson 250/1
45 Bryce Molder 100/1
46 Jimmy Walker 150/1
47 Ben Curtis 200/1
48 Ian Poulter 66/1
49 Vijay Singh 80/1
50 Martin Laird 1501
51 Brian Harman 150/1
52 J.B. Holmes 100/1
53 Geoff Ogilvy 66/1
54 D.A. Points 150/1
55 Pat Perez 150/1
56 Padraig Harrington 66/1
57 Ryan Palmer 150/1
58 David Hearn 125/1
59 Troy Matteson 150/1
60 Graham DeLaet 200/1
61 Charlie Wi 200/1
62 Bob Estes 200/1
63 Matt Every 200/1
64 Kevin Na 200.1
65 Brendon de Jonge 200/1
66 Chris Kirk 125/1
67 Ben Crane 200/1
68 Charl Schwartzel 50/1
69 Charley Hoffman 100/1
70 Dicky Pride 250/1
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