Tiger Woods 2013 Masters Odds Now 6-1

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Carrie Stroup
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Tiger Woods 2013 Masters Odds Now 6-1

Tiger Woods 2013 Masters odds were coming in at 6-1 entering the final day.  Brandt Snedeker was the favourite at just shy of 2-1 odds. 


Woods, who is seeking his first Majors jacket since 2008, entered this year’s event as a 3-1 favorite on Thursday.  He is a 14-time major champion and current world number one.

Heading into Sunday, Woods was very much in contention with only 6 golfers ahead of him.  At 6-1 odds, Woods does have amazing value.

The world’s number one golfer was nearly disqualified Friday  after he was deemed to have taken an improper drop on the 15th hole after his approach shot hit the pin and bounced back into the water.

"At hole #15, I took a drop that I thought was correct and in accordance with the rules," Woods wrote. "I was unaware at that time I had violated any rules. I didn't know I had taken an incorrect drop prior to signing my scorecard. Subsequently, I met with the Masters Committee Saturday morning... and was advised they had reviewed the incident prior to the completion of my round. Their initial determination... was that there was no violation, but they had additional concerns based on my post-round interview. After discussing the situation... with them this morning, I was assessed a two-shot penalty. I understand and accept the penalty and respect the Committees' decision."

The books will take a bit of a hit with a Tiger win seeing that 10 percent of the betting public was backing the early favorite.

Here were all your Masters odds heading into the final round Sunday courtesy of Sportsbook.com.

Brandt Snedeker



Adam Scott



Angel Cabrera



Tiger Woods



Jason Day



Matt Kuchar



Marc Leishman



Lee Westwood



Tim Clark



xz Field (Any Other Golfer)



Rickie Fowler



Steve Stricker



Jim Furyk



Nick Watney



Justin Rose



Sergio Garcia



Bo Van Pelt



Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano



Jason Dufner



Bernhard Langer


- Carrie Stroup, Gambling911.com Senior Reporter

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