PGA Masters: Pay per Head Odds and Preview

After weeks of questions, Tiger Woods fans and pay per head agents learned that he would be playing in the Masters, looking for his 5th green jacket. PGA Masters odds have started appearing for the tournament starting Monday April 6th.

Posting the news on his website, Woods said: “I’m playing in the Masters. It’s obviously very important to me, and I want to be there.

“I’ve worked a lot on my game and I’m looking forward to competing. I’m excited to get to Augusta and I appreciate everyone’s support.”

Woods has been out of tournaments due to chronic back pain, but he recently reported that he is free of pain and ready to play again.

Woods is currently ranked at 104 in the United States, after years of injury and problems. His last victory came at the victory at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational two years ago.

The last time Woods played was the 2014 PGA championship, in which he missed the cut altogether.

Woods has been a favorite of online sportsbooks since the early days as his name was used to explain correlation in parlays. The Tiger Woods rule was that you cannot combine Tiger to win the first round and Tiger to win the tournament.

He may have dropped a lot since then, but he is still popular and hopefully is back for good in the PGA tour. (We’re pretty sure that Rory McIlroy wants him back to beat his record with him right by his side)

2015 PGA Masters odds to win:

Rory McIlroy 5-1
Jordan Spieth 10-1
Bubba Watson 10-1
Jason Day 14-1
Dustin Johnson 16-1
Henrik Stenson 16-1
Adam Scott 20-1
Phil Mickelson 25-1
Jimmy Walker 25-1
Rickie Fowler 35-1
Matt Kuchar 35-1
Patrick Reed 35-1
Justin Rose 35-1
Sergio Garcia 40-1
Brandt Snedeker 40-1
Tiger Woods 45-1
Louis Oosthuizen 50-1
Lee Westwood 50-1
Angel Cabrera 65-1
Jim Furyk 65-1
J.B. Holmes 65-1
Billy Horschel 65-1
Brooks Koepka 65-1
Hideki Matsuyama 65-1
Charl Schwartzel 65-1
Martin Kaymer 70-1
Ian Poulter 70-1
Keegan Bradley 80-1
Paul Casey 80-1
Luke Donald 80-1
Jason Dufner 80-1
Zach Johnson 80-1
Ryan Moore 80-1
Hunter Mahan 100-1
Field (All Others) 20-1