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How Much Would You Have Won Betting On Tiger Woods In The Masters?

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How Much Would You Have Won Betting On Tiger Woods In The Masters?

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Tiger Woods completed another miraculous comeback by simply finishing The Masters in 2022. He earned an "A" for effort from the cheering patrons at Augusta National, and the millions who followed his every shot on TV or their favorite mobile device.

But it was not the result sought by Woods, or the multitudes who backed him to win a sixth green jacket. Woods finished 47th overall at +13. His third round score of 78 (+6) was the worst Masters round of his career.

The 2023 Masters begins on April 6 with Scottie Scheffler defending his green jacket. Woods is expected to play.

How much would you have made betting $100 on Tiger each year he has played in the Masters to date? Woods has earned five Masters green jackets in 23 tournament appearances as a pro. As one might expect, his price was significantly steep in three of those wins.

Woods absorbed a significant amount of money in golf betting markets for the 2022 Masters and was the most bet-on golfer to win the tournament.

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Woods was as high as +12500 at sportsbooks to win the 2022 Masters leading up to the event, only to see his price soar to +4000 in the buildup to the tournament. He moved to golf odds of +3500 before settling back to +5000 by Thursday afternoon, the first day of The Masters.

Expectations are futher tempered for Woods this year. Woods is +4000 at BetMGM to win the 2023 Masters. You can get him at +3500 to win any major at DraftKings. He is +60000 at the same book to finish in the top 10 of all four majors this season. It's far from certain he will start in each of the events: The Masters, PGA Championship, U.S. Open, and The Open Championship.

Woods won his first Masters 26 years ago. His final score of 18-under 270 in 1997 was the lowest in Masters history at the time. Woods' 12-shot victory was the Masters’ most-lopsided, as well. It electrified the sports world and launched him into superstardom.

Woods continued his latest comeback earlier this year when he played the Genesis Invitational at Riviera Golf Course in Los Angeles. That tournament benefits the Tiger Woods Foundation. Woods made the cut but finished T-45. He was nearly killed in a one-car wreck near Los Angeles leaving the same event in 2021. Woods suffered serious injuries and underwent extensive physical rehabilitation. It was initially believed Woods would have trouble walking again, never mind playing a major tournament at a competitive level.

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Tiger Woods Masters Betting History

How Much Would You Have Won Betting On Tiger Woods In The Masters? 1

For the first time in Masters history, bettors of age in Ohio and Massachusetts will be able to legally wager on the event this year. Massachusetts betting apps launched on March 10, while sports betting in Ohio went live on January 1.

As far as betting history goes, here is a look at each of Woods’ 23 Masters appearances as a pro. (He first played in the tournament as an amateur in 1995). Each is listed with Woods’ odds to win the tournament (where available on betting apps), how he finished and the eventual winner of that year's tournament.

Tiger Woods Odds & Masters Results

Year Woods FinishWoods Odds Masters Winner
1996MC+6500Nick Faldo
19971 (-18)+800Tiger Woods
1998T-8 (-3)+700Mark O’Meara
1999T-18 (+1)+700Mark O’Meara
20005 (-4)+200Vijay Singh
20011 (-16)+150Tiger Woods
20021 (-12)+200Tiger Woods
2003T-15 (+2)+150Mike Weir
2004T-22 (+2)+350Phil Mickelson
2005*1 (-12)+350Tiger Woods
2006T-3 (-4)+200Phil Mickelson
2007T-2 (+3)+150Zach Johnson
2008T-2 (-5)+130Trevor Immelman
2009T-6 (-8)+220Angel Cabrera
2010T-4 (-11)+300Phil Mickelson
2011T-4 (-10)+400Charl Schwartzel
2012T-40 (+5)+450Bubba Watson
2013T-4 (-5)+400Adam Scott
2015T-17 (-5)+4000Jordan Spieth
2018T-32 (+1)+1200Patrick Reed
20191 (-13)+1400Tiger Woods
2020T-38 (-1)+4000Dustin Johnson
202247 (+13)+5000Scottie Scheffler

*: Won Playoff

(Historic Odds Via SportsOdds.Com)

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How Much Would You Have Won Betting On Tiger Woods In The Masters? 2

Looking at the numbers, if you'd bet $100 on Woods each time he played the Masters as a pro, based on the line closest to the start of the tournament, you would be up a not-so whopping $600 since 1996.

In Woods’ five Masters wins, he went off at +800 (1997), +150 (2001), +200 (2002), +350 (2005) and +1400 (2019). That leaves you with $2,900 in winnings after wagering $2,300 over the past quarter century.

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Woods has delivered multiple Masters memories. Some are “better than most.” His roll-in, stop, and drop-in chip shot on 16 in 2005 continues to find its way on the air and across the internet and social media every year. In 2019, Woods avoided the water on the 12th hole during the final round, only to watch those in pursuit splash and crash. He would go on to beat Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka and Xander Schauffele by one shot.

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Bill Speros
Bill Speros is an award-winning journalist and editor whose career includes stops at USA Today Sports Network / Golfweek, Cox Media, ESPN, Orlando Sentinel and Denver Post.
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