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Updated Masters 2022 Odds for Tiger Woods: 2 Sportsbooks Inviting Action On 5-Time Champ

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  • Tiger Woods' Masters status is uncertain, but his odds are on the move.
  • The five-time champion claimed he will be a "game-time decision" this week at Augusta.
  • Check out Woods' latest odds for the 2022 Masters below.

Tiger Woods 2022 Masters Odds

Odds as of 3 p.m. ET on Monday.

Sportsbook Odds
BetMGM +5000
Caesars +5000
PointsBet +8000
DraftKings +4500
FanDuel +8000
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As the days go on, it’s looking more and more like Tiger Woods could play the 2022 Masters.

The 15-time major champion hasn’t played competitively since the 2020 Masters, which took place in November, and it looks like he is hoping to make a return at the 2022 edition.

Woods was spotted playing at his home course in Florida over the weekend, and reports indicate he’s at Augusta National on Tuesday.

The last time we saw Woods on the golf course was December, when he played with his son, Charlie, at the PNC Championship. Woods mostly used a golf cart to get around the course that week.

On Friday, there was a new development with the official field set to be announced. The PGA TOUR posted the field on Twitter with Woods listed, although they later deleted the tweet. Tiger is still listed in the field on the Masters website, though.

Then, on Sunday, his silence was broken. Woods is in Augusta, but he’s not certain to play this week. He is scheduled to speak to the media on Tuesday morning.

Woods suffered serious injuries during a car accident in February 2021, the week after he hosted the Genesis Invitational at Riviera Country Club in Southern California.

Obviously, the golf world is unsure what to expect from Tiger if he does play. But he’s got quite the history at Augusta National.

Since the start of the 1997 Masters, his first appearance at this tournament as a professional, Woods has made 21 starts at Augusta National. His lowest finish during that time is a tie for 40th and he won the 2019 Masters as one of the favorites at 14-1.

Tiger finished in a tie for 38th during the November 2020 Masters, and that includes a score of 10 on a par 3 in the final round. If Tiger hypothetically pars that hole, he would have finished T-13.

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Betting Movement

With news that Woods was at Augusta National on Tuesday, Action Network’s Darren Rovell noted that Tiger’s Masters odds at BetMGM went from 66-1 to 50-1.

DraftKings has taken a different approach. Woods was 40-1 to win the Masters in the buildup to the WGC-Dell Match Play, but he was listed at 70-1 on Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. ET. A couple hours later, he was back down to 55-1. Then, that night, he was 50-1. On Friday, he was 40-1.

At Caesars, Woods was 60-1 on Sunday night but down to 50-1 on Tuesday.

Woods remained steady at 50-1 on FanDuel throughout the week, as he did most of the day at PointsBet at 70-1. On Monday of Masters week, though, both had him at 80-1.

That was as of Tuesday, the week before the Masters. A few days later on Friday…

Tiger Woods (+4000) is now the most-bet golfer to win The Masters pic.twitter.com/aECILPVJRK

— DraftKings Sportsbook (@DKSportsbook) April 1, 2022

Bookmakers called BetMGM’s moving Woods from 66-1 to 50-1 “a market move.” There, he had the 12th-most tickets and 3.3% of the money, which is 13th most as of Tuesday.

At the SuperBook, they’re not budging yet. There, Woods is listed at 100-1, and that number hasn’t changed.

“We’re not moving until we see more support,” SuperBook’s Jeff Sherman told Rovell on Tuesday. “We took a $1,046 wager on him at 100-1 in January, but he’s not in the top five of tickets or money for us.”

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