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Masters Championship Odds 4/12/19, Tiger Woods favored entering Round 3

The 2019 Masters Championship is halfway complete and the leaderboard is filled with big names, including one of the biggest near the top.

According to the latest oddsmakers, Tiger Woods is now the favorite to win, as he is listed with 13/2 odds. Other shorts odds to win are Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson and Francesco Molinari, who each have 7/1 odds. Jason Day is listed at 9/1 to win. The 2019 Masters continues Saturday & Sunday from Augusta National in Augusta, Georgia.

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Five golfers find themselves tied for the lead through two rounds as Molinari, Koepka and Day join Adam Scott and Louis Oosthuizen at -7 for the tournament. Both Molinari and Day posted a 5-under, 67 on Friday to get to -7 overall. Oosthuizen shot a 66 to move into a tie for the lead while Scott posted a 68 and Koepka shot just a 71.

Tiger Woods shot a 68 of his own to climb up to -6 for the tournament, joining three others in a tie for sixth. Among those with him at -6 is Dustin Johnson, who shot a 2-under, 70 on Friday.

Koepka has won three of the last seven majors and is seeking his first green jacket while Dustin Johnson, Day and Molinari are each looking for their first Masters victory as well. Molinari is coming off a Open Championship win in 2018 as he seeks his second major in three events.

Woods is a four-time Masters winner and 14-time major champion. His last Masters victory came back in 2005 and his last major championship was back in 2008.


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