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Odds on Tiger Woods to Win a Major in 2018

Tiger Woods PGA Tour

The question has been asked time and time again for years: is Tiger Woods back? The legendary golfer, who sits second all-time in wins on the PGA Tour (79) and major championships (14), simply hasn’t been his dominant self in a long time. According to sportsbooks, however, Woods is in line for a big 2018.

Tiger is +1400 to win the 2018 Masters.

Bovada has a list of Woods-related props available for bettors to sink their teeth into. For instance, in light of Woods’ impressive T-2 showing at the Valspar Championship, the shop installed him as the huge favorite to win the Arnold Palmer Invitational, and he followed that up with a T-5 finish. Eldrick's odds to win the Masters jumped to +900 after the Valspar and were sitting at +1400 as of April 3.

Woods’ odds to win a major this year are as follows: zero (-500), one (+350), two (+2000), three (+20000) and four (+40000). The 42-year-old’s last major championship came in 2008 when he beat Rocco Mediate in a playoff to win the 2008 U.S. Open.

Are golf bettors taking crazy pills?

To understand Woods’ odds spike, you have to look at it this way. Are sportsbooks overreacting? Absolutely. Is the betting public overreacting as well? Yes. The truth is, plenty of golf fans miss nothing more than watching Woods perennially win golf tournaments, even though the days of that happening on a consistent basis are well in the rear-view mirror.

It’s normally a bad idea to bet with your heart, but it’s understandable in this case. As long as Tiger looks good on the course, action will continue to flow at the betting window.

Looking for more PGA Tour betting info? Head over to our golf page for everything you’ll need to wager on the links.

Will Tiger Woods win a major in 2018?
Tiger props: is he really back?
  • YES +300
Odds as of April 4 at Bovada
Total majors for Tiger Woods in 2018
  • 0 -500
  • 1 +350
  • 2 +2000
  • 3 +20000
  • 4 +40000
Will Tiger Woods break Jack Nicklaus’ major record?
  • YES +3300