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Tiger Woods Odds to Win the 2012 US Open: Best Payout

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Jun/12/2012
Tiger Woods Odds to Win the 2012 US Open:  Best Payout

Tiger Woods odds to win the 2012 US Open varied across the board with the best payout available hyperlinked below.

 

Sportsbook – 7/1

Bookmaker – 6/1

BetOnline – 6/1

WagerWeb – 7/1

Bovada – 7/4 (horrible odds)

 

Woods is receiving some decent action after winning The Memorial last week.

Tiger Woods former coach, Butch Harmon, insists that Tiger is the man to beat at this week’s US Open.

"I think that was the best golf we have seen from Tiger in four to five years, going back to the run-in to his last US Open win in 2008," Harmon said of his play at The Memorial. 

"He seemed to have complete control of his golf ball, and it has been quite a while since we have seen him produce such a display of pure ball-striking like that. He also did much better than he has of late, and if he plays the same way this week, then he will be back as the man to beat," he added.

Of the top ten golfers with the shortest odds, Sportsbook offered the best potential payouts on Lee Westwood (12/1), Rory McIlroy (15/1), Dustin Johnson (25/1) and the Field (8/1). 

WagerWeb.com offered the best payout odds on Phil Mickelson (18/1), Luke Donald (12/1), Jason Dufner (25/1) and Matt Kuchar (25/1). 

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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