Tiger Woods at 14-1 Odds to Win Hero World Challenge 2017 Heading Into Round 2

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Following a decent round and a finish just three back from the leader, Tiger Woods enters Friday’s Round 2 play of the 2017 Hero World Challenge with 14-1 odds of winning the event

The Hero World Challenge marks his return to golf following a ten-month absence.  During that time Woods was arrested and charged with a DUI, later determined to be a result of overmedication for back pain.

Tommy Fleetwood leads at 6 under, but he's trailed closely by Rickie Fowler and Matt Kuchar at 5 under. Following those two are Kevin Chappell, Justin Rose, Dustin Johnson and Jordan Spieth at 4 under.

View the latest odds below

Hero World Challenge
To Win Hero World Challenge (Upd. After R1)
11:05 AM 67201 Dustin Johnson   +450  
67202 Rickie Fowler   +450  
67203 Jordan Spieth   +500  
67204 Justin Rose   +700  
67205 Tommy Fleetwood   +800  
67206 Justin Thomas   +800  
67207 Matt Kuchar   +1200  
67208 Tiger Woods   +1400  
67209 Brooks Koepka   +2500  
67210 Kevin Chappell   +2500  
67211 Francesco Molinari   +3300  
67212 Henrik Stenson   +3300  
67213 Hideki Matsuyama   +3300  
67214 Kevin Kisner   +2500  
67215 Charley Hoffman   +3300  
67216 Patrick Reed   +6600  
67217 Alexander Noren   +12500  
67218 Daniel Berger   +25000  

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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