Tiger Woods Comes in Strong at 2011 US Masters: Odds Now 9/4

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Ean Lamb
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Don’t look now but Tiger Woods is making a strong showing at the 2011 US Masters, sitting in 4th place after Day 2 and suddenly his odds of winning have been slashed to 9/4 at Sportsbook.com, one of the few online sportsbooks offering revised odds on the US Masters as of press time Friday evening.

Coming into the 2011 US Masters, Woods was a 10/1 long shot behind Phil Mickelson.  Some experts suggested he was a “sucker bet”.

"I've played myself back in the championship," he said.

Woods hasn't shot this low at the Masters since his 65 in the third round of the '05 tournament when he went on to beat Chris DiMarco in a playoff.

"Anytime you shoot 66 in a major, it's going to be good," Woods said. "I'm very pleased about that. Very pleased."

Rory McIlroy still led after Day 2 with 3/1 odds.

Updated 2011 US Masters odds appear below

Alvaro Quiros 30/1

Brandt Snedeker 80/1

Charl Schwartzel 60/1

Dustin Johnson 70/1

Fred Couples 60/1

Geoff Ogilvy 15/1

Jason Day 15/1

Jim Furyk 50/1

KJ Choi 10/1

Lee Westwood 10/1

Luke Donald 18/1

Phil Mickelson 22/1

Rickie Fowler 25/1

Ricky Barnes 60/1

Rory McIlroy 3/1

Ross Fisher 60/1

Sergio Garcia 60/1

Tiger Woods 9/4

YE Yang 30/1

zx Field (Any Other Golfer) 10/1

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com


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