Adam Scott will be looking to defend the title he won last year and starts as the bookies favourite. It's easy to understand why. So far the Aussie has finished in the top 15 in every tournament he has played in 2017. Because of this, his odds are really low. 12/1 is the best price you can get on him.
For Golfhacker, it is a little too low for us. As you know we like our odds a little higher than that. So here is who we are going for at the Honda Classic.
Sergio Garcia 18/1 (Betfair)
He may have had a bad Genesis Open but let's not forget that he is already winner so far this season at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic. He looks like he is at his best again. He also came second here last year. So in terms of ticking the boxes, Garcia has it all. Good form, likes the course and will be aiming to go one better than last year.
Louis Oosthuizen 33/1 (StanJames)
Oosthuizen is another player looking strong so far this season. He has made the top 5 in his past two events. The world number 25 usually gives the Honda Classic a miss though. So we will be hoping that he continues his recent form. At 33/1 his odds are too good be to ignored.
Thomas Pieters 45/1 (StanJames)
Pieters is hot property right now. His performance at the Ryder Cup showed the world that. Over on the European Tour he is a winner. He's proving that his Ryder Cup performance was no fluke either with a T-2 at the Genesis Open. At 45/1 here is a great E/W bet.
Jimmy Walker 60/1 (StanJames)
Usually Walker does well at the start of the season however, he appears to have stumbled since winning the PGA Championship. He found something at the Genesis Open that was enough to show us that he can still challenge. 60/1 is too tempting for us.
Jhonattan Vegas 100/1 (William Hill)
It always amazes me just how high the odds are for Vegas. He is winner on the PGA Tour and rarely misses a cut. At 100/1 he is always a good player to consider. He held the lead at the Genesis Open only to let it slip. He could contend here again but a great E/W to include in anyone's list.