Masters 4th Round Odds
One round remains in the 2010 Masters Golf Tournament and Lee Westwood leads Phil Mickelson by one shot heading into the final 18 holes.
The top two have broken away from the rest of the pack, including Tiger Woods, who sits four shots out of the lead, tied with K.J. Choi in third place.
Westwood sits at 12-under for the tournament while Mickelson is at 11-under to lead the list of favorites to win the green jacket.
The updated odds have Westwood and Mickelson with 3/2 odds to win the 2010 Masters according to oddsmakers from online sports book SBGGLOBAL. Other short odds are Woods (3/1), and Choi (20/1).
Westwood shot a 4-under 68 on Saturday to take the overall lead. Westwood has been consistent all week, averaging a 68 through the three rounds. On Saturday he carded just one bogey to go with five birdies. Westwood is seeking his first Masters and major championship.
Mickelson had quite an eventful round on Saturday as he shot a 5-under 67. Mickelson had back-to-back eagles in his round as they came on holes 13 and 14. He nearly made it three in a row, missing an approach shot on No. 15 by just a few feet. Mickelson finished his round with two eagles, four birdies, and three bogies. He will play with Westwood in the final group on Sunday seeking his third green jacket.
Woods shot a 2-under 70 on Saturday. His round was up and down as he had seven birdies and five bodies. Woods is seeking his fifth Masters jacket, but trailing by four shots, Woods will need his best round of the weekend on Sunday.
Choi has played all three rounds with Woods and he will do so again on Sunday as he also shot a 2-under 70 on Saturday to sit at -8 for the tournament. Choi had four birdies and two bogies in his round on Saturday. Choi is looking for his first Masters and major championship. His best finish in a Masters was third place in 2004.
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2010 Masters Fourth Round Odds to Win – April 11, 2010
Lee Westwood 3/2
Phil Mickelson 3/2
Tiger Woods 3/1
KJ Choi 20/1
Fred Couples 30/1
Ricky Barnes 50/1
Hunter Mahan 50/1
Ian Poulter 50/1
Anthony Kim 60/1
YE Yang 100/1
Tom Watson 200/1
Field (Any Other Golfers) 50/1
Posted: 4/10/10 7:56PM ET