Masters Odds 4th Round

The 2009 Masters enters its fourth and final round on Sunday from Augusta National in Georgia. After three rounds, Angel Cabrera and Kenny Perry are 2/1 favorites according to oddsmakers.

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Angel Cabrera has had a steady climb to the top after shooting a consistent 68 in each of the first two rounds and then closing with a 69 on Saturday in Round 3. Oddsmakers from online sports book SBG Global have made Cabrera a 2/1 favorite to win the 2009 Masters after he was a 7/1 long shot entering play on Saturday.

After Tiger Woods at 4/1, Kenny Perry was given the next best odds to win the 2009 Masters on Saturday at 5/1. But his odds have changed to 2/1 after shooting a 70 to launch him into a first place tie with Cabrera with a total score of 205.

Speaking of Tiger, he struggled again on Saturday, but did finish strong to earn a 70 for the round. But Woods is seven strokes behind Cabrera and Perry and now is a 14/1 long shot to win the entire tournament.

Perhaps a solid value bet for Sunday is Jim Furyk, who is a 9/2 long shot to win The Masters this year, but is only three strokes behind Cabrera, Perry and Chad Campbell (15/2). Furyk was a 16/1 long shot entering play on Saturday, so you know oddsmakers feel as though he has a shot.

For a complete list of revised odds on the 2009 Masters, see below. And for those still looking for general information on this year’s tournament, be sure to check out our Masters Viewing Guide.

2009 U.S. Golf Masters Revised Odds to Win – Augusta National – Saturday & Sunday, April 11-12

Angel Cabrera 2/1

Kenny Perry 2/1

Jim Furyk 9/2

Chad Campbell 15/2

Steve Stricker 16/1

Tiger Woods 14/1

Phil Mickelson 33/1

Rory Sabbatini 40/1

Shingo Katayama 70/1

Tim Clark 66/1

Todd Hamilton 75/1

Anthony Kim 100/1

Sean O'Hair 100/1

Lee Westwood 100/1

Nick Watney 100/1

Hunter Mahan 100/1

Ian Poulter 150/1

Stephen Ames 150/1

Camilo Villegas 200/1

Vijay Singh 200/1

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Posted: 4/12/09 10:29AM ET

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