Tiger Woods Betting Odds

Updated Futures Odds For Every Major

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The last time we saw Tiger Woods prior to this season was in 2020. Woods had played just seven events following the PGA Tour’s mid-June restart with a top finish of T-37 coming at the PGA Championship. He missed the cut at the US Open and tied for 38th in the defense of his fifth Masters title. The 2020 Open Championship was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

As Tiger was preparing for the 2021 Masters Tournament, he was involved in a single-car collision outside of Los Angeles on February 23, suffering massive injuries to his right leg with multiple fractures and a shattered ankle. In November of 2021, Woods gave an interview with Golf Digest and confirmed that his career as a full-time professional golfer was over. However, Tiger revealed he planned to play in select tournaments throughout the year.

Below, we’ll look at Tiger’s betting odds to win each of 2022’s four scheduled majors.

Tiger Woods and the Majors

Tiger’s 15th career Major title — and fifth green jacket — turned the page on the numerous personal issues and, more notably, back surgeries that have plagued him and tarnished his image since his 2009 infidelity scandal.

His 2001 victory at the Masters completed the honorary “Tiger Slam” coined for his winning of four consecutive Majors not all played in the same calendar year. He’s won each major at least three times – with a fourth victory at the PGA Championship – and has gone back-to-back as champion at all but the US Open.

Woods has just one more major win in a playoff (three) as he has victories by double-digit strokes. He has missed the cut or withdrawn from 11 major tournaments, but has 26 top-10 finishes in addition to his 15 wins, including six runner-ups.

Tiger Woods betting odds: The Masters

*Odds shown are 2023 Masters betting favorites

J. Rahm
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+850
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+1000
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+1000
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+1100
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+1000
J. Thomas
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+1400
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+1400
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+1400
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+1400
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+1400
C. Smith
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+1400
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+1400
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+1400
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+1500
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+1400
S. Scheffler
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+1200
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+1600
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+1600
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+1600
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+1600
D. Johnson
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+1600
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+1600
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+1600
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+1600
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+1600
R. McIlroy
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+1600
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+1800
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+1800
  • Where: Augusta National Golf Club
  • When: April 7-10
  • Last win: 2019
  • Career wins: 5

Tiger made his triumphant return to golf at the 2022 Masters and cashed many tickets by impressively making the cut. However, the hills of Augusta proved to be too much for Woods’ surgically repaired lower half as he ended +13 through four rounds finishing 47th overall.

Tiger Woods betting odds: PGA Championship

Outright Winner

Game
(Eastern Time)
(EST)
Rory McIlroy
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+1100
Jon Rahm
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+1200
Justin Thomas
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+1200
Dustin Johnson
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+1400
Bryson DeChambeau
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+1600
Jordan Spieth
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+1600
Brooks Koepka
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+1600
Viktor Hovland
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+2200
Xander Schauffele
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+2200
Collin Morikawa
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+2500
Patrick Cantlay
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+2800
Hideki Matsuyama
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+3000
Daniel Berger
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+3000
Webb Simpson
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+3300
Will Zalatoris
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+3300
Patrick Reed
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+3300
Joaquin Niemann
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+4000
Scottie Scheffler
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+4000
Tony Finau
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+4000
Cameron Smith
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+5000
  • Where: Southern Hills Championship Course
  • When: May 19-22
  • Last win: 2007 (Southern Hills Country Club)
  • Career wins: 4

Tiger once again impressed the golf world with his ability to make the cut at another major championship. But after shooting a 79 in Round 3, Woods withdrew from the 2022 PGA Championship.

Tiger Woods betting odds: US Open

Outright Winner

Game
(Eastern Time)
(EST)
Jon Rahm
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+1000
Rory McIlroy
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+1400
Dustin Johnson
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+1400
Bryson DeChambeau
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+1400
Brooks Koepka
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+1400
Justin Thomas
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+1800
Jordan Spieth
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+1800
Xander Schauffele
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+2000
Collin Morikawa
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+2000
Patrick Cantlay
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+2200
Viktor Hovland
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+2800
Tony Finau
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+3500
Hideki Matsuyama
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+3500
Patrick Reed
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+3500
Louis Oosthuizen
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+3500
Will Zalatoris
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+4000
Tyrrell Hatton
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+4000
Scottie Scheffler
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+4000
Paul Casey
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+4000
Daniel Berger
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+4000
  • Where: The Country Club in Brookline
  • When: June 16-19
  • Last win: 2008 (Torrey Pines)
  • Career wins: 3

At the 2022 US Open, Tiger Woods will return to the site where he helped the US win the 1999 Ryder Cup–that is if he is physically and mentally able to. After withdrawing from the PGA Championship, it remains unknown whether Woods will test his body just four weeks later–especially with the Open Championship following three weeks after.

The US Open has been Tiger’s least successful major in recent years, with three missed cuts in his last four appearances dating back to 2013. The long, thick rough so strongly associated with the event has proven to be the toughest test for Woods and his surgically-repaired back.

Tiger Woods betting odds: Open Championship

PlayerDraftKingsFanDuel 
Rory McIlroy+1200+800
Jon Rahm+900+1200
Scottie Scheffler+1300+1200
Collin Morikawa+1400+1400
Brooks Koepka+1400+1800
Dustin Johnson+1400+2000
Jordan Spieth+1400+2000
Justin Thomas+1600+1200
Hideki Matsuyama+1800+4100
Cameron Smith+1800+1600
Bryson DeChambeau+1800+3300
Louis Oosthuizen+2000+4100
Viktor Hovland+2000+1800
Shane Lowry+2200+3300
Tyrell Hatton+2200+5000
Xander Schauffele+2200+2000
Patrick Cantlay+2800+2200
Tommy Fleetwood+3500+5000
Paul Casey+3500+5000
Matthew Fitzpatrick+3500+2700
Tony Finau+4000+4100
Patrick Reed+4000+12000
Justin Rose+4000+8000
Tiger Woods+4000+6500
Daniel Berger +4000+5000
  • Where: St. Andrews
  • When: July 14-17
  • Last win: 2006 (Royal Liverpool Golf Club)
  • Career wins: 3

When Woods last won the Open Championship, he did so by two strokes over Chris DiMarco with the help of a 5-under, 67 final round. He finished at minus-18. Then his second consecutive Open Championship title (and third overall), he has three top-10 finishes in 10 appearances since, most recently finishing T-6 in 2018 before missing the cut in 2019.

Of Tiger’s three Open Championship wins, two have come at St. Andrews, first in 2000 where he lapped the field, and then in comeback fashion five years later.