The Champions Tour stays in the western time zone for the season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship at historic Phoenix Country Club.
Bernhard Langer, the season-long points leader, and winner of the first two legs of the playoffs, enters Phoenix as the No. 1 seed, and the heavy favorite to win Charles Schwab Cup Championship.
The 60-year old German star has odds of 3-1 to win it all in Arizona.
Paul Goydos will return to defend his 2016 title in the exclusive 36-player field. At No. 22, however, he will need to repeat as champ, and get all kinds of help to capture his first Schwab
Two talented veterans, Vijay Singh and Miguel Angel Jimenez, are each listed at 10-1, while Scott McCarron, a four-time winner this season, is offered at 12-1.
Colin Montgomerie, who ended the regular season with two wins, has 14-1 odds. Rookie Jerry Kelly, who dropped out of the No. 5 spot has 16-1 odds.
U.S. Senior Open champ, Kenny Perry (18-1), rounds out the players with odds better than 20-1.
Tournament: Charles Schwab Cup Championship
Course: Phoenix Country Club
Where: Phoenix, Arizona
Distance: Par 71 / 6,763 yards
Architect(s): H. Collis (1901); T. Lehman/J. Fought (2002)
Winning Share: $440,000
Format: 36 players, 54 holes, No cut
2016 Winner: Paul Goydos
ODDS TO WIN: 2017 CHARLES SCHWAB CUP CHAMPIONSHIP
|Miguel Angel Jimenez||10-1|
|Tommy Armour III||100-1|
|Wes Short Jr||100-1|
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