Bubba Watson's major odds

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LAS VEGAS, NV (TheSpread) – Bubba Watson claimed a major championship in 2014 by winning his second Masters. Can Watson claim another major in 2015?

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According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Watson is not likely to win a major this year, as he has a money line of -2000 to fail to win one of the four major championships. The odds to win a major are listed as – One (+550), Two (+6600), Three (+30000) and Four (+75000).

Bubba is currently fourth in the world rankings. He had a pretty good 2014 season, claiming a total of three victories, including the 2014 Masters. He has finished in the top 25 in his last six tournaments and had a total of eight top 10s in 2014.

Majors haven’t exactly been a great thing for Watson. His radical swing and style of golf haven’t led to much success in the four events. The Masters is the only event he has really shined, winning twice in the last three years. However, he hasn’t finished in the top 10 in any of the other majors since 2010 and only has two top 10s in his major career outside of the two Masters victories.

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