PGA CIMB Classic Odds 10/8/18, Who Do Oddsmakers Favor?

Annette Crawford
October 11, 2018

The world No. 4 picked up his first PGA Tour victory at this event in 2015 and then successfully defended his title in 2016, spurring his five-win 2016-17 season that included his first major, the FedEx Cup title and player of the year honors. I can't explain how it feels but it is such a good moment for me.

With Park also in the elite field this week and a mere $54,278 separating the duo, Sharma knows he must put in a solid performance at the TPC Kuala Lumpur, a course where he has never played on before.

Perez won here previous year after a birdie blitz saw him finish on 24-under par, while Moore, himself a double champion in KL (2013, 2014), is coming off a T2 finish at last week's Safeway Open, where he lost out in a three-way play-off to Kevin Tway.

"I had a goal at the start of the year where I wanted to be in the top 500 in the world golf rankings".

"Obviously all three events are big".

Perez: The city is such a cool place and staying at the Westin hotel, which is right in the city, is a lot of fun.

"Not having my best stuff and getting around here in 6-under is huge".

Q: What is it about TPC KL that suits your game and how much are you looking forward to playing on the newly upgraded West course? Before you make any 2018 CIMB Classic picks or enter a daily fantasy golf tournament on sites like DraftKings and FanDuel, you'll want to hear what the team at SportsLine has to say. Even next week in Korea and China, all these events are going to be really big.

"You have to play well here every day or at least get a round like's what could end up winning me this golf tournament", Thomas said. He will look to improve on his tied third place finish in the showpiece in 2013.

"I thought that was quite lofty". "I think I've got enough experience from playing against the world-class players to do so".

I'm confident I will start playing consistently well again, like how it was in 2017.

"It is such a pleasure to be back in Malaysia again".

Sharma, making his debut at CIMB, leads the Asian Tour's Habitat for Humanity Standings as he prepares for his debut at the $7 million CIMB Classic on Thursday. How has fatherhood been so far and will it change your perspective about competing and life in general? We've had a wonderful past few weeks with Piper in the house and I'm absolutely loving it.

The 25-year old major victor picked up another accolade on Tuesday after winning the PGA Tour's Arnold Palmer Award for the most prize money on tour in 2017/18 with $8,694,821 - the second year in a row he has claimed it.

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