British Open 2012 Odds: Tiger Woods Favored, Rory McIlroy and Adam Scott Right Behind

The 2012 British Open heads into the second round, and current odds have been updated going into Friday's action. Here are the upcoming odds for each of the main favorites

Tiger Woods, who stands at -3 after one round, has 4/1 odds to lead the pack. Woods is the bankable name, and anytime he's in contention during the week at a major he's going to be the favorite going into the upcoming round. Rory McIlroy also stands at -3, but his odds are a little bit lower at 7/1. Adam Scott is the clubhouse leader at -6, but the bookmakers aren't quite ready to make him the favorite yet. They give him favorable position along with McIlroy at 7/1.

Zach Johnson stands one shot off the lead at -5, but it's still too early to really promote him as a favorite. At 10/1 he has pretty solid odds if you want to go with him, considering his overall value and his probability to win the thing given his strong first round.

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