Odds to Win the 2009 US Masters (Updated for Friday)

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Odds to Win the 2009 US Masters

Odds to win the 2009 US Masters have been updated Thursday evening following Day One's play.  Tiger Woods, despite opening with a 70, remains the favorite at +140 odds for a payout potential of $140 on every $100 bet at Sportsinteraction.com - Click Here  We're sure that has something to do with the fact that Woods has won all three times he started out with a 70. 

Chad Campbell, who sat atop the leaderboard heading into Friday's play, was listed with +1600 odds for a payout potential of $1600 on every $100 bet.  Should he win the 2009 US Masters, some lucky saps might walk off with $11,000!  Those were Campbell's early odds.

Jim Furyk still had value even though he was in second place.  The payout:  $1100 for every $100 bet at Sportsinteraction.com

Hunter Mahan was right up there too and would pay out $1600 for every $100 bet.

Anthony Kim was among the early favorites and, heading into Friday, he is the biggest long shot with a payout potential of just over $40,000 on every $100 bet should he be able to get his act together. 

Phil Mickelson was the favorite to win after Tiger Woods but now has seen his odds stretch to +3300.  He would pay out $3300 on every $100 bet.  Padraig Harrington was now the favorite to win if we take Tiger out of the equation.  He would pay out $900 for every $100 bet. 
These were your latest odds to win the 2009 US Masters that will need to be locked in prior to Friday's play, otherwise they are subject to change. Receive a FREE $100 opening Week Bonus -  Sportsinteraction.com - Click Here


            Tiger Woods 

            Padraig Harrington 

            Jim Furyk 

            Chad Campbell 

            Hunter Mahan 

            Mike Weir 

            Kenny Perry 

            Sean OHair 

            Zach Johnson 

            Phil Mickelson 

            Geoff Ogilvy 

            Tim Clark 

            Angel Cabrera

            Nick Watney 

            Stewart Cink 

            Aaron Baddeley 

            Henrik Stenson 

            Lee Westwood 

            Andres Romero

            Paul Casey 

            Ross Fisher

            Rory McIlroy 

            Graeme McDowell

            Adam Scott

            Trevor Immelman

            Ian Poulter

            John Merrick

            Shingo Katayama

            Sergio Garcia

            Vijay Singh

            Camilo Villegas

            Miguel Angel Jiminez

            Jeev Milka Singh

            Robert Karlsson

            Steve Stricker

            Retief Goosen

            kevin Sutherland

            Justin Rose

            Ernie Els

            Stuart Appleby

            Anthony Kim

Christopher Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher 

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