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Woods Favorite at British Open

After coming up short at The Masters and the U.S. Open Tiger Woods gets another shot at a Major victory this week at a course he's dominated in the British Open.

The British Open returns to the Old Course at St. Andrews this week, and in the past that has meant an easy victory for Tiger. In 2000 Woods won his first British Open championship at St. Andrews in grand fashion after shooting 19 under par in the tournament. That was eight strokes better than Thomas Bjorn and Ernie Els, who tied for second place at 11 under.

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British Open Preview - Rose Should Be Favored

The Open Championship (British Open) gets underway on Thursday at historic St. Andrews with Tiger Woods the favorite. It is the third major of the golf season and even though he has not played well, Woods is heavily favored.

He has won twice in his career at St. Andrews but based on his play this year, he is extremely overvalued. Woods is the 3-1 favorite in British Open odds at SBG Global.

[ Article courtesy of Bovada ]

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U.S. Open Betting Preview

The U.S. Open returns to Pebble Beach this week where 10 years ago Tiger Woods dominated the field to win his first U.S. Open title.

In 2000 at Pebble Beach nobody even came close to Tiger in the Open.

Woods shot an astounding 12-under in the tournament. That number sounds even more impressive when you add in that no other golfer finished under par in the tourney and Ernie Els and Miguel Angel Jimenez finished tied for second, 15 strokes back at three-over.

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The Memorial Odds Preview

The Memorial at Muirfield Village and Tiger Woods is back to defend his title that he won last year and he is also the golfer with the best odds.

The Memorial has a solid field this week and when can it not be solid with both Tiger and Phil Mickelson in the mix?

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Woods Favored To Win British Open

He may have a bulging disc in his neck and a bulging dick in his pants, but Tiger Woods remains the bulging 3/1 favorite to repeat his British Open magic in July. Woods confirmed this week he would play St. Andrew’s in Scotland and online sportsbooks such as Bovada immediately made him a favorite.

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The Players Championship Preview

The Players Championship is the “5th Major” and it has a solid field and Phil Mickelson was take over the number one player in the world from Tiger Woods with a win this weekend.

The Players Championship held at the TPC Sawgrass, which is one of the toughest courses on tour and great putting is at a premium with the very hard greens. Henrik Stenson is the defending champion and the purse for the event is a whopping $9.5 million with the winner taking home a cool $1.71 million.

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Quail Hollow Championship

Tiger and Phil are both committed to playing in the Quail Hollow Championship and the two golfers have the best odds to win the event.

The Quail Hollow Championship is a tournament that has been on the PGA Tour schedule since 2003 and the defending champion is Sean O’Hair. The field this year is a solid one, as many of the top players in the world will be competing. Seven of the world’s top 10 players will be teeing it off at Quail Hallow.

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Masters Odds Weekend Update

Tiger Woods may still be the favorite, but it’s two Englishmen who share the lead as the weekend begins at The Masters Ian Poulter tied Chad Campbell for the best score in the second round at four-under to take a share of the lead heading into Saturday’s third round. The score didn’t help Campbell much, though, as his awful opening round left him tied for 40th and he just barely made the cut.

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Tiger Masters Betting

We are T-minus three days from first-round play at this year’s Masters golf tournament at Augusta National and whadda ya know, Tiger Woods continues to dominate the headlines as well as the Masters betting action.

By Kevin Taylor, courtesy of SportsBetting.ag

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The Masters 2010 Betting Preview

Tiger Woods’ long-awaited return to the links finally arrives on Thursday as he attempts to win his fifth green jacket at the 74th Masters. Woods may not have played on the tour in nearly five months but he’s still the oddsmakers’ favorite at the Masters. The latest odds place Woods as a +450 favorite. Those are actually high odds for Woods. Last season at Augusta Woods was a +175 favorite despite returning from knee surgery, while back in 2008 he was heavily favored at -120.

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