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Updated Masters 2018 Odds After Round 1

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Apr/05/2018

Jordan Spieth sits atop the leaderboard heading into the 2nd round of the Masters 2018.  He remained the favorite to win but now at 2/1.  He had opened at 10/1 odds.

Tiger Woods, an early favorite, was now listed at 33/1 odds.

Tony Finau, 2nd atop the leader board, was also now at 33/1 odds.  He had been at 75/1 odds.

Spieth shot a 6-under 66 on Thursday in the first round of the 2018 Masters, and he leads by two over Finau and Matt Kuchar.

"This golf course, specifically, brings out a lot of feel in my game, and I think that's advantageous," said Spieth. "I don't do well in domes or driving range shots, and you don't have many of those out here."

Woods labored to a 1-over round of 73 on Thursday in his return to competition at the Masters and sits seven strokes back of the leader.

The New York Times noted the following about Woods this Masters go-around.

In his previous 78 trips around Augusta National, Woods had played the course’s four longest holes in 150 strokes under par. On Thursday, he covered those par 5s in even par. It was only the fifth time in 21 Masters starts that Woods had failed to birdie at least one of those holes.

Woods returns to the Masters after a two-year absence due to multiple spinal operations.

Phil Mickelson, meanwhile, was listed at 14/1 odds coming into the second round of play.

Here are your updated Masters 2018 odds heading into Friday.

Tournament
Odds to Win The Masters (Upd. After R1)
 
10:00 AM 60101 Jordan Spieth   +200  
60102 Rory McIlroy   +500  
60103 Matt Kuchar   +1200  
60104 Phil Mickelson   +1400  
60105 Henrik Stenson   +1600  
60106 Rickie Fowler   +2000  
60107 Dustin Johnson   +2800  
60108 Patrick Reed   +2500  
60109 Tony Finau   +3300  
60110 Justin Rose   +2800  
60111 Tiger Woods   +3300  
60112 Marc Leishman   +3300  
60113 Rafael Cabrera Bello   +3300  
60114 Louis Oosthuizen   +3300  
60115 Zach Johnson   +4000  
60116 Charley Hoffman   +4000  
60117 Justin Thomas   +4000  
60118 Adam Hadwin   +5000  
60119 Bubba Watson   +5000  
60120 Haotong Li   +5000  
60121 Tommy Fleetwood   +6600  
60122 Hideki Matsuyama   +6600  
60123 Xander Schauffele   +8000  
60124 Kevin Kisner   +10000  
60125 Bernd Wiesberger   +10000  
60126 Cameron Smith   +10000  
60127 Field (any other player)   +1400  

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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