Updated Odds for Tiger vs. Phil II: Woods/Manning Favored Over Mickelson/Brady
Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images for The Match. Pictured: Tiger Woods
|Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning||-200||64.7%|
|Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady||+175||35.3%|
Odds via DraftKings.
Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning are -200 (bet $200 to win $100) betting favorites over Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady for Sunday’s Champions for Charity: The Match II (3 p.m. ET, TNT)
Woods and Manning have been favorites since the betting market for Tiger vs. Phil II opened last month, but their price has ping-ponged a bit between -225 and -180 throughout the past week.
Odds are fluid and will be on the move throughout the day and it wouldn’t be surprising to see the price on Phil and Brady come down as tee time approaches.
Last weekend we saw the line move towards the underdogs — Rickie Fowler and Matthew Wolff — in their skins match against Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson as we got closer to the start.
We’ve covered Tiger vs. Phil II feat. Manning and Brady from every angle and you can find all of that coverage below.
Tiger vs. Phil II Betting Picks
Should you lay the juice with Tiger and Peyton? Or does the format of this competition provide value on the underdogs at a good price? Our golf analysts make their picks for Tiger vs. Phil II.
Sportsbooks are treating The Match II like a mini Super Bowl and have been busy putting together a wide menu of props for today’s big showdown. Here are our favorite prop bets for Sunday afternoon.
There will be plenty of live-betting options throughout the afternoon. Reid Fowler explains what to look for and how you can try to be one step ahead of the bookmakers throughout Champions for Charity. Check it out here.
Jason Sobel is bullish on the underdogs, but he’s not stopping there. Check out his favorite bets for this afternoon’s festivities.
Tiger vs. Phil II Coverage
It looks like Mother Nature is going to have an impact on Tiger vs. Phil II. Check out the latest forecast and what it means for The Match.
Not much is known about the exclusive Medalist Golf Club. But luckily PGA TOUR veteran Jamie Lovemark is a friend of the program and provided us a hole-by-hole breakdown of today’s host track.
Finally, let’s get to the elephant in the room: Are Tom Brady and Peyton Manning good at golf? Jason Sobel got the scouting report from a couple of TOUR Pros who have played with the two signal-callers.