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Tiger Woods Masters Odds: Former Champion Says ‘I Feel Like I Am Going to Play’

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Tiger Woods believes he’s back. And he believes he can win.

Woods announced on Tuesday that his plan to to play the 2022 Masters at Augusta this week, saying “I feel like I am going to play.” Barring any setbacks, the 5-time Masters champion will return to competition for the first time since the 2020 Masters in November.

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And has Woods has expressed in the past, he’s not just here to take part. His expectation is to compete.

When asked if he believes he can win the tournament, Woods responded “I do.” He later added, “I don’t show up too an event unless I can win it.”

"Do you think you can win The Masters this week?"

Tiger Woods: "I do."

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— GolfBet (@GolfBet) April 5, 2022

Woods is still considered a longshot to do just that, at least at PointsBet where he’s +8000 to win the tournament. He’s +120 to make the cut.

However, at other sportsbooks, he’s much closer to the top. Woods is +3500 at DraftKings and +5000 at BetMGM, FanDuel and Caesars.

The last time we saw Woods competing in an individual tournament it was in the November Masters in 2020 when he finished 38th. He faltered on the weekend with a 72 on Saturday and 76 on Sunday, due in large part to a score of 10 on a par 3.

Woods won the 2019 Masters by one stroke over Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka and Xander Schauffele. It’s his most recent of five victories at the Masters. Before 2019, his most recent Green Jacket was in 2005.

Woods has only played in the PNC Championship with his son, Charlie, since suffering significant leg injuries in a car accident in February 2021.

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