Bet on the Masters NJ
The next stop on the PGA Tour is the Masters at the historic Augusta National Golf Club where the biggest names in the sports will be vying for a green jacket.

Among those competing for that prestigious honor will be Tiger Woods, who is tied with Arnold Palmer for second all-time with four times on that course. Following a rough several years due to nagging injuries and additional back surgery, Woods has made his way back into the mix over the last several months.

This has once again created buzz around his chances to secure his fifth green jacket next month against many of the game’s top golfers also eyeing a win on Augusta to add to their respective resumes.

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The last several months have seen Woods continue to put together a respectable stretch of performances that included him ending a five-year winless streak by taking the 2018 Tour Championship last September that also marked the 80th overall victory of his career.

Woods hasn’t exactly capitalized on that momentum from the win, but he has played admirably over the last few months. This has seen him finish tied for 20th at the Farmers Insurance Open, tied for 15th at the Genesis Open, and tied for 10th at the World Golf Championships – Mexico Championship.

He is currently in 103rd place on the FedExCup standings granted that he has only participated in just four events so far in this tour. That said, his respectable finishes in the events that he has played have at least granted some sort of optimism about his chances with the betters piling in for him.


FanDuel Sportsbook currently has him with the fourth-highest betting odds to win the event at +1500 trailing only Rory McIlroy +750, Dustin Johnson +1000, and Justin Rose +1300.

He has remained ahead of the likes of back-to-back U.S. Open winner Brooks Koepka, who is at +1900, and 2015 Masters winner Jordan Spieth, who is also at +1900. This has set the table for high expectations for Woods to be among the top golfers on the leaderboard next month.

There will be the usual big name on the board that could make a serious push with McIllory being the heavy favorite. He has played quite well as of late earning his first win of the tour season at THE PLAYERS Championship. Finishing with a -16 final round elevated McIlroy to the top position in the points standings.

Tiger Woods Specials at DraftKings Sportsbook
‘Yes’ Odds
To make a triple bogey or worse +500
To play in the final group in Round 4 +800
To score -10 or lower in the Tournament +500
To score -5 or lower in the Tournament +150
To record an eagle in round 1 +375
To record an eagle in Tournament +100
To record 2+ eagles in Tournament +450
To record an eagle on Hole 13 in Tournament +220
Over/Under Totals
Birdies in Tournament 15.5
Bogeys in Tournament 12.5


Although McIlroy is playing some promising golf in the weeks ahead of the event with six top-10 finishes in the seven events played in the tour, Woods’ presence in the field immediately puts him in the conversation to win it.

The 43-year-old’s resume alone speaks volumes especially given that he has already won the event multiple times while he’s playing at a respectable level heading into it. In fact, this puts the pressure on the rest of the top of the field, especially McIlroy to make a strong bid to earn that honor.

This all sets the table for what should be another intriguing Masters that could more than likely see Woods in the thick of it on the leaderboard heading into the final round. Here are the odds for Tiger to win the 2019 Masters at NJ online sportsbooks:

Tiger Woods Odds to Win Masters 2019:
FanDuel +1500
DraftKings +1400
BetAmerica +1400
PointsBet +1200


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BetStars 100-1 Tiger Woods Odds

BetStars Sportsbook is ready for the 2019 Masters with a promotion offering 100-1 odds on Tiger Woods to win another green jacket. FanDuel Sportsbook is also offering a 100-1 Masters odds promo, but it is available for all golfers. The BetStars 100-1 Tiger Woods promo is only available on your first $10 bet for Tiger to win the Masters.

The current odds for Tiger Woods to win The Masters at BetStars are 16-1. BetStars has also opened up a “Super Boost” on his odds, pushing them to 20-1. BetStars will pay the 20-1 “SuperBoost” odds on all Tiger Woods odds to win the Masters wagers above $10.

Here is an example of how a $100 wager on Tiger Woods to win the Masters at BetStars will be paid out:

– $10 bet x 100/1 = $1,000
– $90 bet x 20/1 = $1,800
– The total $100 bet would return $2,800 if Tiger wins.




Odds To Win The Masters 2019

Golfer PointsBet FanDuel DraftKings
Rory McIlroy +800 +650 +700
Dustin Johnson +1000 +1100 +900
Justin Rose +1200 +1200 +1200
Tiger Woods +1400 +1800 +1400
Justin Thomas +1600 +2000 +1600
Jon Rahm +1600 +2000 +1400
Rickie Fowler +1800 +2000 +1600
Jordan Spieth +1800 +1800 +2200
Brooks Koepka +2000 +3000 +2500
Francesco Molinari +2200 +2200 +2200
Bubba Watson +3300 +3300 +3500


Golfer Winner Top 5 Top 10
Rory McIlroy +700 +175 -167
Dustin Johnson +900 +200 +110
Justin Rose +1200 +200 +125
Tiger Woods +1400 +350 +164
Justin Thomas +1600 +400 +175
Jon Rahm +1400 +400 +175
Rickie Fowler +1600 +450 +200
Jordan Spieth +2200 +450 +225
Brooks Koepka +2500 +550 +275
Francesco Molinari +2200 +500 +250
Bubba Watson +3500 +700 +333


Previous Masters Champions

2018 – Patrick Reed
2017 – Patrick Reed
2016 – Danny Willett
2015 – Jordan Spieth
2014 – Bubba Watson
2013 – Adam Scott
2012 – Bubba Watson
2011 – Charl Schwartzel
2010 – Phil Mickelson
2009 – Angel Cabrera
2008 – Trevor Immelman
2007 – Zach Johnson
2006 – Phil Mickelson
2005 – Tiger Woods
2004 – Phil Mickelson
2003 – Mike Weir
2002 – Tiger Woods
2001 – Tiger Woods
2000 – Vijay Singh
1999 – Jose Maria Olazabal
1998 – Mark O’Meara
1997 – Tiger Woods
1996 – Nick Faldo
1995 – Ben Crenshaw
1994 – Jose Maria Olazabal
1993 – Bernhard Langer
1992 – Fred Couples
1991 – Ian Woosnam
1990 – Nick Faldo
1989 – Nick Faldo
1988 – Sandy Lyle
1987 – Larry Mize
1986 – Jack Nicklaus
1985 – Bernhard Langer
1984 – Ben Crenshaw
1983 – Seve Ballesteros
1982 – Craig Stadler
1981 – Tom Watson
1980 – Seve Ballesteros
1979 – Fuzzy Zoeller
1978 – Gary Player
1977 – Tom Watson
1976 – Raymond Floyd
1975 – Jack Nicklaus
1974 – Gary Player
1973 – Tommy Aaron
1972 – Jack Nicklaus
1971 – Charles Coody
1970 – Billy Casper
1969 – George Archer
1968 – Bob Goalby
1967 – Gay Brewer
1966 – Jack Nicklaus
1965 – Jack Nicklaus
1964 – Arnold Palmer
1963 – Jack Nicklaus
1962 – Arnold Palmer
1961 – Gary Player
1960 – Arnold Palmer
1959 – Art Wall
1958 – Arnold Palmer
1957 – Doug Ford
1956 – Jack Burke Jr.
1955 – Cary Middlecoff
1954 – Sam Snead
1953 – Ben Hogan
1952 – Sam Snead
1951 – Ben Hogan
1950 – Jimmy Demaret
1949 – Sam Snead
1948 – Claude Harmon
1947 – Jimmy Demaret
1946 – Herman Keiser
1943-45 – Not played due to World War II
1942 – Byron Nelson
1941 – Craig Wood
1940 – Jimmy Demaret
1939 – Ralph Guldahl
1938 – Henry Picard
1937 – Byron Nelson
1936 – Horton Smith
1935 – Gene Sarazen
1934 – Horton Smith

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