2012 Masters Odds: Tiger Leads Betting

The timing was great for Tiger Woods and for the entire golf betting community. His five-stroke win this weekend in the Arnold Palmer Invitational was his first PGA win since 2009 and immediately caused a commotion with the sportsbooks and their Masters odds. Tiger was 7/1 a week ago in Masters odds lists at shops such as Sportsbook. By Monday morning, it was 7/2.

“Even though Tiger Woods was still our second favorite behind Rory McIlroy to win the Masters going into the Arnold Palmer Invitational, after his win yesterday his odds dropped in half from 7-1 to 7-2,” said Kevin Bradley of Sportsbook Sportsbook.

“We were taking quite a bit at 7-1 and am not surprised at all that we are still seeing the same kind of volume throughout the day today at 7-2.”

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It is sure to create more Masters betting buzz than the event has seen in years – Tiger coming off a win and hungry to grab his first Major in years.

World No. 1 Rory McIlroy is second betting choice at 9/2 while Phil Mickelson is 10/1. There are some intriguing longshots like Vijay Singh at 150/1 odds.

Golf bettors have other Tiger Woods props to consider as well, as his odds for winning a Major this year also got better with his weekend win.

However, the ‘zero Majors wins’ is still the favorite position, even if bettors have been conducting a Tiger Lottery and betting heavily on longshot odds that he will win two or three Majors.

Odds To Win 2012 US Masters

Tiger Woods 7/2 

Rory McIlroy 9/2 

Phil Mickelson 10/1 

Lee Westwood 14/1 

Luke Donald 14/1 

Adam Scott 28/1 

Charl Schwartzel 33/1 

Justin Rose 33/1 

Bubba Watson 40/1 

Jason Day 40/1 

Keegan Bradley40/1 

Sergio Garcia 40/1 

Dustin Johnson 50/1 

Graeme McDowell 50/1 

Hunter Mahan 50/1 

Martin Kaymer 50/1 

Nick Watney 50/1 

Steve Stricker 50/1 

Webb Simpson 50/1 

Bill Haas 66/1 

K.J. Choi 66/1 

Matt Kuchar 66/1 

Padraig Harrington 66/1 

Brandt Snedeker 80/1 

Ernie Els 80/1 

Geoff Ogilvy 80/1 

Ian Poulter 80/1 

Jim Furyk 80/1 

Paul Casey 80/1 

Rickie Fowler 80/1

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