Tiger Woods British Open, PGA Championship Odds: 15-Time Major Champ Commits To St. Andrews
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After Tiger Woods finished his final round at the Masters on Sunday out of contention, the question for many was what’s next?
Well, Woods answered that in an interview with Sky Sports. After speaking with CBS Sports, the five-time Masters champion told the British broadcaster that he planned on playing the British Open in July, which will be hosted by St. Andrews.
There was no other word on the rest of Woods’ schedule. There aren’t any non-majors that jump off the PGA TOUR schedule leading into the PGA Championship in Tulsa next month. The next tournament would probably be The Memorial, which starts on June 2 and is two weeks before the US Open.
🚨#NEW: Tiger Woods commits to The Open Championship at St. Andrews pic.twitter.com/Xz80xZKibV
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Woods won his first Open Championship on the Old Course at St. Andrews back in 2000 in — surprise — dominant fashion. In his post-round interview, he called it “his favorite course in the world.”
On the odds boards, Woods was listed at +4000 on BetMGM for the PGA Championship as of 3:30 p.m. ET on Sunday. He’s the same number for St. Andrews two months later, as well as the US Open in June, which will be hosted at The Country Club in Brookline, Mass.
Despite a serviceable first two days of the Masters — in which Woods made the cut at one over par — Tiger finished +13 after a Sunday in which he shot six over par.
It was his first major tournament since he suffered major leg injuries during a car accident late last year.
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