Paddy Power have confirmed they are paying out on the top six places at 1/4 odds for the WGC-Cadillac Championship.
Rory McIlroy begins life as the world’s number one golfer at Doral this week, and the Northern Irishman is the joint 6/1 favourite, with Tiger Woods, to follow up his Honda Classic victory with another title this weekend.
make Phil Mickelson 12/1 to leave Florida with the title, while Lee Westwood, a world number one last year, is 14/1 to upstage McIlroy. Charl Schwartzel is 22/1 to pick up the winner’s trophy, while Dustin Johnson is 25/1.
A group of three men are available at odds of 28/1, and that trio includes former world number one Luke Donald, who had been clinging on to top spot since the 2012 season got underway. Defending champion Nick Watney is also 28/1, along with fellow American Hunter Mahan.
Germany’s Martin Kaymer is 30/1 to register his first victory of 2012, with Spaniard Sergio Garcia 33/1. Webb Simpson, Steve Striker, Keegan Bradley and Matt Kuchare are all 35/1.