Trevor Immelman

US Masters Contenders 2011 - Trevor Immelman

2008 US Masters Champion, South African Trevor Immelman has been aprofessional for twn years and has won ten professional titles in that time. Despite winning in 2008, his form has been average at best and he has slipped to 34th in the world rankings.

Form

Trevor ImmelmanReigning US Masters Champion Trevor Immelman comes to this year's event in determined mood to defend his crown and win a second Green Jacket. The South African was a revelation in the first three rounds last year and held on to his lead throughout the final round to win by three strokes from Tiger Woods. For Immelman it was the crowning achievement in a career full of ups and downs in which he has won 6 top tier tournaments. His Major Championship performances have been mediocre at best finishing only three times in the top ten. It was therefore s great surprise for most to see him win on the difficult US Masters Course

The big question is - Can he win again?. The odds shown in the US Masters Bets will tell you "no". His US Masters results have been:

So far in 2009, Immelman has failed to make a top ten finish in seven tournaments played.

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Betting Assessment

He was a long odds outsider when winning here last year, proving in the process that any of the players can win this title if they can raise their game for the four days. Immelman is a respected player on tour, but not one that necessarily associated as US Masters Champion. However he did win and that can never be taken away from him, but it is almost impossible to see him repeating the feat this year. He is 80/1 which are about fair considering his less that impressive recent form.