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Tiger Woods US Open Odds Would Pay Out Nice

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Jun/16/2010
Tiger Woods US Open Odds

Tiger Woods US Open odds are the best we've seen for any golf tournament he's appeared in.  At nearly 5/1 odds, Woods would pay out $50 for every $10 bet at Sportsbetting.com (see website here). 

Yeah he's missing cuts and playing inconsistently, even in danger of losing his #1 Golf ranking, but Eldrick Woods still stays on the top of the odds for the 2010 U.S. Open.

Opening as a 11/8 overall favorite, Tiger shared the top betting number with PGA tour rival Phil Mickelson at 7/1 (which has since been slashed to just under 5/1), and regardless of how poor he plays or how much time he takes off, no book is willing to give value to Tiger on any tournament, let alone a Major.

I'm not sure what Tiger will have to do not be considered the favorite in any tournament, at this point I'm thinking he'd have to enter a tournament left handed, but even then he'll probably be in the top ten.

Mickelson for his part has not had a ton of success at the U.S. Open, and his well documented heartbreak in the tournament is bordering on PGA Tour folklore. Coming in second five times will do that.

From a golf handicapping perspective, neither Tiger or Phil are a smart wager for this game, with so many great U.S. Open odds on so many other golfers.

Lee Westwood is hanging around at 2/1 for the tournament, followed by Rory McIlroy, Padraig Harrington and Jim Furyk all sitting at 9/2.

The real meaty lines are outside of the top 5 where you can nab the likes of 2 time US open winner Retief Goosen at 6/1.

For longshot money, very competitive players like Y-E Yang (14/1) and Sean O'Hair (12/1) can be found in the middle of the pack.

With so many of the last US Open tournaments being won by the likes of Michael Cambpell, Geoff Ogilvy and Angel Cabrera, you are best served to keep your eyes on these middle of the pack bets, all with great odds at Sportsbetting.com.

Bottom line: Don't trust Tiger or Phil.

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