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2012 Masters Odds: Tiger Woods Remains The Heavy Favorite

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).

For more on the Masters Tournament, be sure to check out our StoryStream and SB Nation Philly for all the latest news and updates.