Tiger Woods +750 favorite to win The Players Championship

Tiger Woods leads the pack as the +700 favorite to win The Players Championship which gets underway at Sawgrass Thursday. Defending champion Matt Kuchar is currently +2,800 to repeat.

The "Fifth Major" is the largest prize fund on the tour at $9.5 million with the winner receiving $1,710,000.

The Stadium Course is one of the more difficult courses on tour and demands accuracy from the tees.

Tour rookie Derek Ernst was the winner at last week's Wells Fargo Championship and is currently +25,000 to win.

Here is a look at the top odds to win outright, the past five champions and their odds, and the PGA leaders in driving accuracy and scrambling with each individual's odds to win.

ODDS TO WIN
(Courtesy of Bet365.com)

Tiger Woods +750
Rory McIlroy +1600
Adam Scott +1600
Luke Donald +1800
Phil Mickelson +2500
Lee Westwood +2500
Matt Kuchar +2800
Justin Rose +2800
Sergio Garcia +3000
Charl Schwartzel +3500
Graeme McDowell +4000
Billy Horschel +4000
Brandt Snedeker +4000
Nick Watney +4000
Jason Day +4000
Steve Stricker +5000
Jim Furyk +5000
Bo Van Pelt +5000
Rickie Fowler +5000
Dustin Johnson +5500
Keegan Bradley +5500
Jason Dufner +5500
Webb Simpson +5500
Louis Oosthuizen +6000

Previous champions and 2013 odds:

2012 champ: Matt Kuchar +2800
2011 champ: K.J. Choi +9000
2010 champ: Tim Clark +7500
2009 champ: Henrik Stenson +6000
2008 champ: Sergio Garcia +3000

Top five driving accuracy percentage 2013:

Ken Duke - 73.99 (+22500)
Tim Clark - 72.69 (+7500)
Henrik Stenson - 72.14 (+6000)
Jeff Maggert - 71.25 (+50000)
Jim Furyk - 71.11 (+5000)

Top five scrambling percentage 2013:

Graeme McDowell - 72.46 (+4000)
Chris Kirk - 68.48 (+12500)
Brandt Snedeker - 68.07 (+4000)
Bob Estes - 67.84 (+20000)
Justin Rose - 67.62 (+2800)

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