2011 Masters Golf Tournament: Tiger Woods Prop Odds & Wagers Print
Written by Drew Sharper   
Wednesday, 06 April 2011 09:15

Tiger Woods Masters Props

2011 masters prop odds tiger woods

AUGUSTA, GA (TheSpread) – Tiger Woods has failed to win a major championship since 2008. Will he continue to come up short at the 2011 Masters? Here are some prop odds to consider for Tiger.

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According to online sportsbook Sportsbook.com Woods has over/under odds of 9.5 in terms of where he will finish in the standings for the Masters.

Woods has finished tied for eighth or better in 11 of his 16 Masters tournaments, including the last six tournaments. Last year, in his first tournament of his 2011 season, Woods still managed to place tied for fourth. It is clear that even with his struggles, Woods knows how to play this course.

Woods has also been given over/under odds of 72.5 strokes for his first round score. While he has had success at Augusta, Woods has typically been a slow starter at this course. Even in the tournaments he has won at Augusta, Woods has never shot below a 70 in the first round. Last year Tiger Woods shot a 68 in the first round while he shot a 70 in 2009.

2011 Masters Tiger Woods Prop Odds – Augusta National – August, Geo. – April 7-10

Will his opening tee shot land on the fairway: Yes -165; No +115

Where will Woods finish in the standings of the Masters: Over/Under 9.5

What will Woods lowest scoring round be: Over/Under 69.5

Will Woods have the outright lead during the tournament: Yes +220; No -300

Will Woods get a hole-in-one at the Masters: Yes +1500; No -5000

Will Woods make the cut: Yes -1100; No +600

Will Woods be in the lead or tied after the first round: Yes +400; No -750

What will Woods first round score be: Over/Under 72.5

Will Woods eagle any of the Par 5’s during the tournament: Yes -220; No +160

Will Woods eagle Hole No. 8: Yes +125; No -175

What will Woods total strokes be: Over/Under 284.5

If the Masters needs a playoff to determine the winner, will Woods be part of it: Yes +220; No -300

If Woods wins the Masters, will he cry: Yes +220; No -300

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