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February 20 – 26, 2018
PGA National Golf Club
Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.
Purse: $6.1 million
Winning Share: $1,008,000
FedExCup Points: 500
Current Champion: Rickie Fowler
Honda Classic Betting at PGA National Resort and Spa’s Champion Course, in Palm Beach Gardens, FL. This tournament is set to tee off on February 20th and it will culminate February 26th live from a beautiful Par 70, 7241-yard course.
The top PGA golfers are awaiting to tee off at this year's Honda Classic. This tournament has been a staple of the annual schedule since 1972, and has seen some of the sport's top players take home its championship: Jack Nicklaus, Johnny Miller, Vijay Singh and Fred Couples, among many others.
The Honda Classic was first established as the Jackie Gleason's Inverrary Classic in 1972. It moved from the Country Club at Mirasol to the PGA National Resort & Spa's Champion Course in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida in 2007.
Other host courses in this event's history:
TPC Eagle Trace, Coral Springs, Fla.
Weston Hills Golf and Country Club, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
TPC Heron Bay, Coral Springs, Fla.
Country Club at Mirasol, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.
The top prize for this year's champion amounts to around $1,000,000, making this PGA Tour stop just as lucrative to the world's top players as any of the events in the "big nine."
This years Honda Classic has a number of top pros in the field and gamblers that bet on golf have a lot of great choices. Golf betting odds are wide open on the Honda Classic. The Honda Classic in 2011 had the logical favorites like Ernie Els, Phil Mickelson and of course, Tiger Woods if he decides to play.
Golf bettors should find a competitive field this week, especially if Tiger woods is out of the golf gambling field. Be sure and take a look at the golf gambling game odds late in February for this year’s Honda Classic. The tournament will be televised on the Golf Channel and on NBC television.
2017 Honda Classic Winner: Rickie Fowler
2016 Honda Classic Winner
Adam Scott won The Honda Classic and put to rest any notion that his career would suffer with a short putter. Scott won in just his third start since a new rule took effect that bans the anchored stroke typically used for the long putter that he had the past five years. Scott switched back for good at The Presidents Cup.
2015 Honda Classic Winner
Padraig Harrington has ended a seven-year title wait on the PGA and European tours with victory at the Honda Classic after a tense play-off with American rookie Daniel Berger. Following a thrilling final round at Palm Beach, the victory was sweet for the 43-year-old Dubliner, a triple major winner who has dropped down the rankings after several seasons of struggle and went into the tournament ranked 297th in the world. He will now be 82nd.
2014 Honda Classic Winner
Russell Henley chipped in for birdie and then hit into the water on his next shot for double bogey. He watched Rory McIlroy throw away a lead with a double bogey and a bogey, only to stand over a 12-foot eagle putt on the next hole with a chance to win.
2013 Honda Classic Winner
Michael Thompson wins 2013 Honda Classic at PGA National Resort and Spa’s Champion Course. Thompson had Geoff Ogilvy close but he held onto his lead. He carried a one-stroke lead into the par-5 18th, and a good chip from off the green put him in easy birdie range. Then he only needed a par to win. Ogilvy finished in second place at 7-under, followed by Luke Guthrie in third at 5-under.
2012 Honda Classic Winner
Rory McIlroy wins 2012 Honda Classic at PGA National and he becomes the No. 1-ranked golfer in the world after this victory. Rory is 22, the youngest No. 1 golf player since Tiger Woods did at 21. McIlroy already has a major championship in his pocket, winning the U.S. Open by eight shots last summer. McIlroy scores of 66, 67, 66 and 69 for a total of 12-under-par 268 at 2012 Honda Classic.
2011 Honda Classic Winner
Rory Sabbatini wins the 2011 Honda Classic. After a five shot lead dwindle to one with three holes to play Sabbatini responded with a birdie at the par-4 16th hole to open a two shot lead over Yang and closed with back-to-back pars to seal the victory. The South African needed just 108 putts over his four rounds (T-2) en route to his sixth career victory and earned a spot in 2011 World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship.
2010 Honda Classic Winner
Camilo Villegas capped off a week of record breaking excitement at the 2010 Honda Classic by posting the lowest score by any champion (-13) since the tournament moved to PGA National Resort & Spa's Champion course in 2007. Villegas cruised to a five stroke victory over second place finisher Anthony Kim and the rest of the field which included 15 current or past Major champions and four of the top ten players in the world.
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