Tiger Woods is a four-time Masters winner, but hasn’t won at Augusta National since 2005. That hasn’t stopped bettors from backing golf’s most popular figure at New Jersey legal sportsbooks. The money is coming in hard and in waves on Tiger, with bettors hoping to cash big on what would be an electrifying comeback story. One bettor seems very excited about Woods’ chances:
That bet would win $1.19 million.
It's the largest individual liability on a golf bet in company's history.
— Ben Fawkes (@BFawkesESPN) April 10, 2019
Here’s the current betting odds for woods at some of NJ’s most popular online sportsbooks.
However, for a limited time, DraftKings is offering a Tiger Woods odds boost at +2000– that’s where the play is if you like Woods.
Woods is currently the fourth-biggest favorite to win the tournament at all three sportsbooks.
DraftKings is also offering a full slate of Tiger betting specials. Check out these “yes” odds:
One more thing. If you like Tiger and think he will get off to a hot start, be sure to take advantage of PointBet’s Instant First Day Winner promo. If your selection for the tournament winner is leading after Thursday’s opening round, PointsBet will pay you out in full on bets up to $200. You can get that offer and a $50 free bet with no deposit with code BROADLINES.
Even better, you can get Tiger, or anyone else, at 100-1 odds at FanDuel.
Woods Masters betting breakdown
The public may be rooting for a Woods redemption story over the weekend, but I can definitively tell you that William Hill Sportsbook won’t be.
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— Bet New Jersey (@BetNewJersey) April 10, 2019
It’s the same story over at DraftKings, where bettors are also all over Tiger. Woods is currently the most popular bet by total tickets and trails only Jordan Spieth in total money wagered. Here’s a more complete breakdown:
Before placing any bets on this year’s Masters, be sure to check out our complete Masters betting guide. Here’s our breakdown on why Woods could be wearing green come late Sunday afternoon:
“Well, let’s see…he’s won this tournament four times already, he either the greatest or second-greatest player ever, depending on how you feel about Jack Nicklaus, he has a couple top-10 PGA tour finishes so far this season…and, like, he’s Tiger F’ing Woods. He’s also playing some of the best golf of his comeback right now, hitting the green in regulation 72% of the time over the last six weeks with 67% of his drives landing on the fairway.”
Also be sure to check out our Masters betting preview video.