Tiger Woods is now out to +10000 odds to win the 2022 Masters at Augusta this weekend after falling16 shots off the lead following Round 3 – basically it is not happening.
Woods’ odds to win a sixth Green Jacket had been tumbling all week – from +8000 on Tuesday morning right down to +4400 on Thursday night after his opening round of 71 had him nicely in contention. But then a 74 on Friday and a 78 Saturday saw him tumble to +7 – way behind tournament leader Scottie Scheffler (-9).
Woods still leads some of the public betting categories with PointsBet (percentage of bets placed) but his advantage there is obviously shrinking now. We are surprised that sportsbooks are still offering odds about him winning the tournament but maybe banking on some crazy bettors to take up the offer.
It is of course a miracle that he is playing at all.
Tiger Woods Odds to win 2022 Masters
For the record Tiger is now best odds of +500000 with FanDuel – so if you bet $100 and he performs golf’s greatest ever miracle, you win $500000.
Oh, and you can also bet on the Masters risk-free with our special PointsBet signup bonus – sweet deal. Up to $2000 available there, sports fans.
Tiger Woods Masters Prop Bets
It’s not just Tiger to win you can bet on for Augusta – there are a ton of other lines you can get involved. And the props bets are some of the most fun – carrying interest right to the end on Sunday.
Here are some of the best Tiger prop bets at the 2022 Masters:
|Tiger Woods Masters Bets||Odds||Sportsbook|
|Tiger Woods to Finish in the Top 10||+10000||PointsBet|
|Tiger Woods to Finish in the Top 20||+850||DraftKings|
|Tiger Woods to outscore Jon Rahm||+214||PointsBet|
NB: Odds correct on Sunday April 10, 2022
When does Tiger Woods tee off at the Masters?
The tee times for Round 4 on Saturday are official – Tiger will be grouped with pre-tournament favorite Jon Rahm and they will tee off at 10.50am Eastern Time.
How can I watch the 2022 Masters on TV?
ESPN and CBS normally share coverage of the Masters – and 2022 will be no different.
The Worldwide Leader aired coverage for Rounds 1 and 2 while Jim Nantz and CBS rock up for the crucial Saturday and Sunday. Exact timings for telecasts will be released closer to the tournament.