Doral’s Blue Monster will be unrecognizable after Monday, when new Doral Resort owner Donald Trump will have architect Gil Hanse tear it up and restore the difficulty to what used to be one of the toughest courses on the PGA Tour.
Before that, 65 of the best golfers in the world will attempt to tear it up in a different way.
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Odds by Sportsbook.com.
Tiger Woods, 5 ½-1: Three top-10s including a win in the last three times he finished at Doral.
Rory McIroy, 18-1: Many of his PGA Tour compatriots expect him to bounce back with a flourish.
Charl Schwartzel, 18-1: Final-round 69 Sunday lifted him into Honda Classic top 10.
Justin Rose, 18-1: Defending champ coming off a solid fourth-place finish at Honda.
Matt Kuchar, 20-1: Brimming with confidence off Match Play title two weeks ago.
Luke Donald, 20-1: Former world No. 1 tied for sixth in last two Doral appearances.