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Will Tiger Woods Win A Major In 2017?

If you think Tiger Woods will win a major this year, I like your optimism. I also think you don't like your money.

My opinion is a little different. I explain in the short vid above and I talk about where oddsmakers have the odds on this one. I also give you a couple of other players where your money is better spent this season. 

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Farmers Insurance Open Odds

Tiger Woods will make his official return to the PGA Tour this weekend at the Farmers Insurance Open, but he’ll be in tough to make an impact in a loaded field. Torrey Pines Golf Course in La Jolla, California serves as the setting for the event.

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CareerBuilder Challenge Odds

The first event of the PGA Tour’s 2017 West Coast swing gets underway this weekend in Palm Desert, California at the CareerBuilder Challenge. When it comes to odds lists, one of the brightest young stars in the sport is the front-runner to win it all.

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Sony Open Odds

The second leg of the PGA Tour’s Hawaii swing gets underway this weekend with the Sony Open from Waialae Golf Course in Honolulu.

In oddsmakers’ eyes, Jordan Spieth is the man to beat. The Texan is a +600 front-runner at Bovada, with Hideki Matsuyama (+750), Justin Thomas (+1400), Jimmy Walker (+2000), Brandt Snedeker (+2500), Paul Casey (+2500), Justin Rose (+2800), Gary Woodland (+3300), Daniel Berger (+3300) and Russell Knox (+3300) rounding out the top 10.

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SBS Tournament of Champions Odds

After taking a month-long break for the holidays, the PGA Tour is back this weekend as the SBS Tournament of Champions gets underway in Kapalua, Hawaii.

Some of the best golfers in the world will be in attendance, but it’s Hideki Matsuyama and Jordan Spieth who are +500 co-favorites. Dustin Johnson (+550), Jason Day (+800), Patrick Reed (+1200), Justin Thomas (+1600), Brandt Snedeker (+1600), Bubba Watson (+1800), Jimmy Walker (+2500) and Daniel Berger (+2800) round out the top 10.

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Franklin Templeton Shootout Odds

Golf is usually an individual sport, but the PGA Tour will take on a different feel as the Franklin Templeton Shootout gets underway in Naples, Florida this weekend. The event features 12 pairs of golfers vying for the right to be named champion and is a three-day, 54-hole stroke play format.

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Hero World Challenge Props

Let’s be honest: the golfing schedule from October to December is not exactly must-see TV. Many of the PGA Tour’s top players opt to skip tournaments, and there are no majors or special events like the Ryder Cup or Presidents Cup. But the Hero World Challenge is always quite the spectacle, as the mini 18-man field is loaded with talent – including a legendary player who goes by Tiger.

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Hero World Challenge Odds: Tiger's Back

There’s going to be no shortage of chatter about this weekend’s Hero World Challenge, as the legendary Tiger Woods makes his long-awaited return to competitive golf.

At Bovada, Dustin Johnson is a +500 favorite to go all the way. Jordan Spieth (+600), Hideki Matsuyama (+800), Brooks Koepka (+900), Henrik Stenson (+1000), Patrick Reed (+1200), Rickie Fowler (+1400), Justin Rose (+1800), Bubba Watson (+2000) and Russell Knox (+2500) round out the top 10.

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World Cup of Golf Odds

The PGA Tour takes on a different look this weekend as the 2016 World Cup of Golf takes place Down Under at Kingston Heath Golf Club in Melbourne, Australia.

At Bovada, Australia is a +450 favorite to claim the bragging rights. The United States (+700), Japan (+700), Spain (+800), England (+1200), Sweden (+1200), Ireland (+1200), Belgium (+1400), Denmark (+1800) and Thailand (+2000) round out the top 10.

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Australian Open Odds

Some of the PGA Tour’s brightest stars take center stage this weekend for the Australian Open, and one online sportsbook has you covered if you’re looking to get in on the action.

Jordan Spieth is the +300 favorite at Bovada, but Adam Scott is not far behind at +325. Cameron Smith (+2200), Geoff Ogilvy (+2200), John Senden (+2200), Jhonattan Vegas (+2500), Aaron Baddeley (+2500), Rod Pampling (+3000), Brett Colleta (+3300) and Curtis Luck (+3300) round out the 10 likeliest men to triumph according to oddsmakers.

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