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Tiger Woods the Biggest Futures Loss of Any Sport in History of BetOnline

Written by:
Mary Montgomery
Published on:
Apr/14/2019

Tiger Woods made history Sunday, and so too did one of the largest online sportsbooks on the planet, BetOnline.

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The bookies may have been the only folks upset that Woods won his 15th Masters.

Dave Mason of BetOnline revealed via Twitter Sunday afternoon:

Congrats to Tiger and the minions who bet him. His victory at #TheMasters is by far the biggest futures loss (any sport) in the history of BetOnline

Tiger's win is a catch 22 for the books, who know that his victory means more interest in golf betting.

The 43-year-old Woods shot a 2-under 70 for one-stroke victory Sunday.  This was his first majors win since the 2008 U.S. Open.

“The body’s not the same as it was a long time ago, but I still have good hands," Woods told the media following his triumphant win.

Francesco Molinari began the day with a two-shot advantage over Woods and Tony Finau.

Woods opened at 18-1 odds of winning this year's Masters.  He was the -200 favorite to win just hours before the final round.

BetOnline has released odds on the next big Masters tournament, the PGA Championship May 16.

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69601     Dustin Johnson         +900     
69603     Tiger Woods         +900     
69602     Justin Thomas         +1200     
69604     Rory McIlroy         +1200     
69605     Brooks Koepka         +1400     
69606     Justin Rose         +1800     
69610     Bryson DeChambeau         +2000     
69614     Francesco Molinari         +2000     
69608     Jason Day         +2000     
69609     Jon Rahm         +2000     
69607     Rickie Fowler         +2000     
69612     Jordan Spieth         +2500     
69611     Tommy Fleetwood         +2500     
69616     Hideki Matsuyama         +3300     
69613     Patrick Reed         +3300     
69617     Tony Finau         +3300     
69615     Xander Schauffele         +3300     
69624     Bubba Watson         +4000     
69618     Henrik Stenson         +4000     
69619     Patrick Cantlay         +4000     
69620     Phil Mickelson         +4000     
69635     Cameron Champ         +5000     
69623     Louis Oosthuizen         +5000     
69622     Paul Casey         +5000     
69621     Sergio Garcia         +5000     
69626     Adam Scott         +6600     
69632     Alexander Noren         +6600     
69631     Brandt Snedeker         +6600     
69627     Gary Woodland         +6600     
69625     Marc Leishman         +6600     
69629     Matt Kuchar         +6600     
69630     Thomas Pieters         +6600     
69628     Webb Simpson         +6600     
69638     Branden Grace         +8000     
69640     Ian Poulter         +8000     
69636     Kevin Kisner         +8000     
69633     Thorbjorn Olesen         +8000     
69634     Tyrrell Hatton         +8000     
69637     Zach Johnson         +8000     
69639     Aaron Wise         +10000

  - Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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