Tiger Woods Is NOT Favored Going Into Final Round At The Masters

Posted By Chops on April 16, 2019 - Last Updated on April 25, 2019

Well, this is fun.

Tiger Woods shot a third round -5 at The Masters on Saturday. He finished the day at -11, in a tie for second place with Tony Finau (who tallied an absurd -8). They both trail Italy’s Francesco Molinari at -13.

The five-under was Woods’ lowest score at the Masters since his final round in 2011.

Tiger Woods isn’t favored to win the Masters

Despite heavy public money and operator liability on him, Woods is not favored to win the Masters on Sunday. That distinction (rightfully) goes to Molinari.

At the close of the third round, Molinari was priced at +175 on DraftKings Sportsbook in New Jersey. Woods followed at +350. Brooks Koepka, who is at -10, is listed at +650. Finau makes an interesting play at +600.

At BetStars, where bettors could get a 100-to-1 odds boost on Tiger before the tournament, Woods is listed at +333.

Lines will continue to shift during the evening until tee time. In-play betting will be available throughout the final round.

Golfer (Score)DraftKingsBetStars
Francesco Molinari (-13)+175+175
Tiger Woods (-11)+350+333
Brooks Koepka (-10)+650+600
Tony Finau (-11)+600+700
Dustin Johnson (-8)+2000+2200
Ian Poulter (-9)+2800+2800
Webb Simpson (-9)+2500+2800
Xander Schauffele (-8)+4000+3300
Louis Oosthuizen (-8)+4000+4000
Matt Kuchar (-8)+4000+5000

If you’re going to bet, do it now

If you plan to bet the Masters, please note that due to incoming severe weather, all tee times have been moved to earlier in the day.

The leaders will be paired in threes (so Molinari, Woods, and Finau will be grouped together) and will tee off at 9:20 am EST.

Expect Sunday’s Masters to be the highest rated in recent history.

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