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The Latest Tiger Woods Betting Odds: 2020 U.S. Open And The Masters

Tiger Woods PGA Futures Odds 2020 Tiger teeing off for a practice round at The Memorial

Arguably the most dominant golfer of our generation, Tiger Woods continues to be an influential figure in pro sports and in the betting industry. He’s routinely one of the PGA golfers most wagered on any time he sets foot on the course and with him expected to play at the 2020 U.S. Open and The Masters, the betting odds have shifted for PGA futures.

Considering the overwhelming popularity of Tiger Woods and golf’s place in our hearts, Odds Shark has tracked and compiled where Tiger currently stands in all the PGA majors futures odds and his recent history in each of these prestigious events.

Thanks to help from the best golf betting sites, we break down Tigers Woods’ odds for the U.S. Open and The Masters.

What Are The Odds For Tiger Woods To Win The 2020 U.S. Open?

Tiger Woods Odds To Win 2020 U.S. Open
Date Of OddsOdds
August 16+2000
August 12+2000
August 4+1600
July 16+1600

Odds as of August 16 at Bovada

The 2020 U.S. Open will return to a familiar course in Mamaroneck, New York, at the Winged Foot Golf Club for the sixth time from September 17-20. It will be the first PGA tournament held there since 2006 when one of Tiger Woods’ “rivals,” Phil Mickelson, famously botched the 18th hole with a double bogey in the final round.

Woods’ lone appearance at Winged Foot was at the same 2006 tournament but he missed the cut with a two-round score of +12. For reference, 2006 winner Geoff Ogilvie finished with a +5, meaning this course is historically difficult.

As for U.S. Open appearances and track record, Tiger may own three U.S. Open titles (2000, 2002, 2008) but he hasn’t made an impact recently at this major like in years past.

Here are Tiger’s last five U.S. Open finishes:

Tiger Woods – U.S. Open Past Results (Last Five Appearances)
  • 2019: 21
  • 2018: Missed Cut
  • 2015: Missed Cut
  • 2013: 32
  • 2012: 21


What Are The Odds For Tiger Woods To Win The 2020 Masters?

Tiger Woods Odds To Win 2020 Masters
Date Of OddsOdds
August 16+1400
August 12+1400
August 4+1200
July 16+1200

Odds as of August 16 at Bovada

One of the more thrilling moments of 2019 was watching Tiger Woods return to dominance at the Masters as he took Augusta National Golf Club by storm. It was Tiger’s first major win in 11 years and his 15th career major behind Jack Nicklaus’s all-time major record of 18. Tiger’s betting odds opened are +1400 for the 2020 Masters, sixth on the oddsboard and his shortest odds for any 2020 golf tournament.

The best part about wagering on Tiger at the Masters (or this tournament in general) is it’s the only major that is held on the same course every year. The familiarity and stunning look of the greens draws massive TV viewership, especially with such an exclusive betting field as only past winners and select invites are welcome.

Historically, Tiger has enough green jackets to fill a closet. He has five Masters titles in his career and has missed the cut at Augusta only once in 21 years. Here’s how he’s fared recently at the Masters:

Tiger Woods – The Masters Past Results (Last Five Appearances)
  • 2019: 1
  • 2018: 32
  • 2015: 17
  • 2013: 4
  • 2012: 40


Betting on PGA and Tigers Woods Futures

If you’re betting on PGA futures and you decide to wager on Tiger Woods to win the Masters, you would likely see odds listed like this at your sportsbook:

  • Rory McIlroy +700
  • Bryson DeChambeau +1200
  • Justin Thomas +1200
  • Tiger Woods +1200
  • Brooks Koepka +1400

Since you’re betting on events that will happen in the near future, this is called a Futures Bet. This type of wager is slightly different than a moneyline bet because it doesn’t have an obvious favorite indicated by the minus odds symbol (-). That means the golfer listed with the lowest odds is considered the favorite. In this instance, it’s Rory McIlroy at +700.

If you were to bet $100 on Woods prior to the tournament and he ends up winning the 2020 Masters, you’d get a payout of $1,300 – your original $100 is returned, along with your winnings of $1,200. On the other hand, if you wagered that same $100 on Brooks Koepka and he returns to form to take the green jacket, you’d get a payout of $1,500 – you get your $100 back, plus your profit of $1,400.

Our Odds Calculator can help you determine how much you’d pocket depending on the odds and the amount bet. You can also get up to speed on wagering on PGA golf by checking out our how to bet golf guide.