The Betting Odds for All 15 of Tiger Woods’ Major Wins
Rob Schumacher-USA TODAY Sports. Pictured: Tiger Woods
Golf fans never knew if this day would come again, but after 11 years, here we are: Tiger Woods is a major champion again.
Woods captured the 2019 Masters with a final-round 70, his 15th career major championship.
Tiger went off with 14-1 betting odds this week. One punter bet $85,000 on Woods at those odds, profiting $1.19M off the wager, according to The Action Network's Darren Rovell.
Believe it or not, Woods' 14-1 odds entering this week are his longest ever in a major championship victory, according to the archives kept by SportsOddsHistory.com.
Throughout his heyday in the early-to-mid-2000s, Tiger was routinely listed around 2-1 to win a major championship, a feat rarely achieved in golf given the sheer number of players in each field.
Seven of Tiger's 15 major wins can at odds of 2-1 or shorter.
Let's look at his pre-tournament odds in all 15 of Woods' major championship wins:
Tiger Woods Betting Odds: 15 Major Wins
A quick explanation on the odds: 8-1 means a $100 bet would profit $800, while +350 means that a $100 bet would profit $350.
1997 Masters: 8-1
1999 PGA Championship: 6-1
2000 U.S. Open: 3-1
2000 British Open: +150
2000 PGA Championship: +160
2001 Masters: +150
2002 Masters: 2-1
2002 U.S. Open: 2-1
2005 Masters: +350
2005 British Open: 3-1
2006 British Open: 5-1
2006 PGA Championship: 2-1
2007 PGA Championship: 3-1
2008 U.S. Open: 2-1
2019 Masters: 14-1