Tiger Woods Odds Cut to 5-1 to Win 2012 British Open

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Dan Shapiro
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Tiger Woods Odds Cut to 5-1 to Win 2012 British Open

Tiger Woods odds have only been cut slightly to 5-1 from longer than 7-1 following Day 1 play of the 2012 British Open at WagerWeb.com.  Woods performed quite well though it was Adam Scott leading.  WagerWeb was offering Scott at 7-1 odds.  

Woods opened strong but faltered towards the end of Day 1 ending 3-under 67 to sit three behind early leader Adam Scott. 

 “I was 4-under through seven,” Woods said. “Got off to a quick start there and I hit the ball well all day. I was just lacking a little bit of pace on the greens coming home. Every putt I hit was on line, except for the one I hit on 12. They were dying off the front of the lip, so I needed to hit the putts a little bit firmer."

A few more odds to win the 2012 British Open heading into Day 1 appear below and were available for betting at WagerWeb.com here.

Rory McIlroy       +800   Zach Johnson       +1100   Graeme McDowell       +1400    Nicolas Colsaerts       +1400    Paul Lawrie       +1600    Ernie Els       +2000    Bubba Watson       +2200   Steve Stricker       +2000    

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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