Earlier this week When the odds for the 2012 Masters Tournament were put on public display, Tiger Woods was shown to be the overwhelming favorite at (4/1). Not much has changed since Monday, but the betting has shown some people aren't convinced.
According to BOVADA, Woods is still being given his respect, but he has dipped a little on the board. The Arnold Palmer Invitational winner of just over a week ago is now a (9/2) favorite with Rory McIlroy (6/1) and Phil Mickelson (11/1) rounding out the top three. McIlroy is really the only other true favorite in the field.
Sean O'Hair, who resides in West Chester, PA is sitting with odds of (150/1) while Jim Furyk, a native of West Chester is looking at better prospects with (90/1) chances given to him.
Some other interesting bets to ponder are Luke Donald and Bubba Watson. Donald is ranked number one in the world and has (16/1) odds while Watson is a legitimate contender who's been set at (40/1).
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