ARNOLD PALMER ROUND 2

A lot more red scores on the board yesterday than last year, so the course obviously played easier right?

Wrong.

Yesterday’s scoring average was up a couple fractions of a shot from last year’s(72.55 from 72.33), despite the change in par from 70 to 72.

While some people might fall in love with the notion of more birdies, I still have the winning score projected between 275 and 276(275.8), which is in the same range Tiger was in last year when he won it at 275.

ODDS

Steve Stricker 12.10% 726
Mike Weir 8.33% 1100
Henrik Stenson 8.23% 1115
Davis Love III 7.29% 1271
Robert Allenby 7.13% 1302
J.B. Holmes 6.27% 1494
Ernie Els 6.01% 1564
Kevin Na 4.55% 2100
Kevin Streelman 2.81% 3457
Phil Mickelson 2.76% 3521
Jim Furyk 2.60% 3743
Pat Perez 1.78% 5533
Sean O’Hair 1.68% 5866
Hunter Mahan 1.63% 6031
Retief Goosen 1.57% 6287
Paul Goydos 1.45% 6803
Ben Crane 1.43% 6901
D.J. Trahan 1.42% 6922
Zach Johnson 1.35% 7332
Jason Dufner 1.19% 8319
Ben Curtis 1.18% 8395
Nathan Green 1.08% 9121
Steve Marino 0.99% 9962
Heath Slocum 0.99% 9977
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