The first major of the season is just a couple of months away and anticipation is already growing ahead of the US Masters at Augusta National.
Tiger Woods is – as per usual – the big favourite in the Masters odds. The World No.2 and four-times Masters champion is currently 3/1 in the Masters betting.
Woods hasn’t won a major since his 2008 US Open triumph, but looked to be finding his form at the end of the 2010 season.
He has had periods of transition before in his career and has come back each time to upset the golf betting odds. He could certainly be worth betting on for the Masters, especially after his fourth place finish last year.
You can get a free bet worth £25 with Ladbrokes to bet on the Masters, which would pay out a very tidy £100 if Woods ends his major drought.
World No.1 Lee Westwood is third favourite in the Masters betting at 14/1. The Englishman has yet to win a major but came close at Augusta last year, finishing second and three shots back of eventual champion, Phil Mickelson.
Westwood could certainly be worth backing in the Masters betting following two second placed finishes in the majors last season.
Mickelson is second favourite in the Masters golf betting to retain his title at odds of 8/1.
The American was brilliant at Augusta last year, showing creativity and steel to win by three shots from Westwood and cannot be ruled out of the Masters betting this year – despite his disappointing finish to last season.
If you like your golf odds a little longer though, you could back Graeme McDowell at 25/1 in the Masters betting. The Northern Irish player showed he has the game and the nerve to cope with the biggest occasions by winning the US Open last year and clinching the winning point for Europe in the Ryder Cup.
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