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Tiger Woods Another Strong Showing: Now at 14-1 Odds

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Dec/01/2017

Tiger Woods enjoyed another solid performance in the 2017 Hero World Challenge. Heading into Saturday’s Round 3 of play, he sat in 6th place on the leaderboard and has the potential to pay out $1200 for every $100 bet with a win.

Woods held the lead by himself several times during the day Friday before Hoffman caught fire late with birdies on his final four holes.

Woods continued to be optimistic.

“I felt like I could have easily gotten to double digits under par,’’ Woods said. “That would have put me probably one or two back, but I think I’m still in it. We’ve got two more days and I think it’s supposed to blow a little harder (Saturday). If that’s the case, I think a good solid round should get me up in there.’’          

Hero World Challenge

To Win Hero World Challenge (Upd. After R2)

11:45 AM 67301       Jordan Spieth            +250        

67302       Charley Hoffman                +350        

67303       Justin Rose               +650        

67304       Tommy Fleetwood             +750        

67305       Hideki Matsuyama             +1200      

67306       Rickie Fowler             +1200      

67307       Tiger Woods              +1200      

67308       Matt Kuchar                +2000      

67309       Justin Thomas                   +2200      

67310       Francesco Molinari            +2500      

67311       Patrick Reed              +3300      

67312       Dustin Johnson                  +3300      

67313       Kevin Chappell                   +5000      

67314       Henrik Stenson                  +8000      

67315       Kevin Kisner              +15000    

67316       Alexander Noren                +20000    

67317       Brooks Koepka                   +20000    

67318            Daniel Berger                       +20000

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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