Betting odds, predictions for Tiger Woods at the Masters

The Masters sees Tiger Woods attempt to tie Jack Nicklaus’ all-time record of six green jackets with back-to-back victories at Augusta National Golf Club.

A victory will also give him sole possession of the PGA Tour’s all-time wins record at 83.

Below, we look at Tiger Woods’ odds to win the 2020 Masters and make predictions for his most interesting prop bets for the year’s final major.

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Tiger Woods’ odds to win

Odds provided by BetMGM; access USA TODAY Sports’ betting odds for a full list. Lines last updated Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. ET.

  • Tiger’s odds to win: +4000

Woods shares the 17th-best odds to win the Masters with Matthew Wolff. The +4000 odds represent a win probability of 2.44 percent and can also be expressed fractionally as 40/1 and as a decimal of 41.00.

Tiger enters Masters week at No. 60 in the Golfweek/Sagarin world rankings. He’s the 36th-best golfer in the 92-man field by that measure.

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Tiger Woods’ history at Augusta National

Woods has gained an average of 2.95 strokes per round on the field over 52 career rounds at Augusta National, according to Data Golf. In addition to his five career victories here, he has two runner-ups, five other top 5s and two more top 10s.

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Tiger has long excelled in par 4 scoring. While his putting has been wildly inconsistent over the last year, the greens of Augusta National are a test unlike any other, and he has aced it many times before.

Best bets, predictions

  • To win the Masters: +4000

The profit margin is high enough to warrant a wager on Tiger to win his second straight green jacket. No one has gone back-to-back here since he did so in 2001-2002, but there’s no fun in a total fade.

  • Woods and Phil Mickelson both to make the cut (+110)

Woods hasn’t missed the cut at the Masters since 1996 after finishing as the low amateur in 1995. He won the next year and has never looked back. Mickelson has won the Masters three times with 12 other top 10s. He last missed the cut in 2016 but finished T-18 last year.

  • Top 20: +125

The top-20 placing is still offering plus-money with a wide margin of insurance. Woods finished outside the top 20 just three times in 20 appearances since 1997.

  • Top former winner: +550
The Masters 2020

Justin Thomas and Tiger Woods wait to hit on the 15th tee during a practice round for the 2020 Masters Tournament at Augusta National GC. Photo by Michael Madrid/USA TODAY Sports

Patrick Reed (+300), Bubba Watson (+350) and Adam Scott (+500) all have lower odds than Tiger in this pool. While Reed and Watson, especially, are entering in much better form and are both +2800 to win outright, Woods is a strong value as he shoots for the green jacket record.

  • Lowest score over 72 holes – Group D: +375

Woods is grouped with Collin Morikawa (+275), Wolff (+300), Tommy Fleetwood (+400) and Louis Oosthuizen (+450). The first two are both making their Masters debut and no one has won here in their first attempt since Fuzzy Zoeller in 1979.

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