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The Top American odds to win The Masters 2016 betting had Jordan Spieth just shy of 5-1 at +450 for a payout potential of $450 on every $100 bet.
Bubba Watson had the next shortest odds at 5-1, Rickie Fowler was at +650 and both Dustin Johnson and Phil Mickelson were at 8-1.
The Masters 2016 payout odds are available courtesy of AceSportsbook.
Irish golfer Rory McIlroy had odds of winning The Masters 2016 set at 6-1. One would need to wager $10 to win $60.
McIlroy is a co-favorite to win this year’s Masters along with Jordan Spieth and Jason Day.
For the former world number one and first European to win three different majors, McIlroy is happy to come into this week’s tournament under the radar.
BetOnline and a number of other online sportsbooks have begun offering odds on the number of Major wins for 2016 for three of the world’s top golfers.
Gambling911.com has your odds to win the 2016 Houston Shell Open with betting available at BetDSI.com.
Jordan Spieth 6-1
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Carrie Stroup here with your odds to win the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-AM - Pebble Beach Golf Links – Pebble Beach, CA
The TOUR returns to California this week with the golfers set to play the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am at the iconic Pebble Beach Golf Links.
Carrie Stroup here with your Waste Management Phoenix Open 2016 betting odds
TPC Scottsdale – Scottsdale, AZ
Sportsbook.ag Odds to Win Tournament
“The Greatest Show on Grass” kicks off on Thursday when the TOUR heads to Scottsdale for the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
Carrie Stroup here with your 2016 CareerBuilder Challenge betting odds for this week’s PGA Golf.
PGA WEST TPC Stadium Course – La Quinta, CA
The PGA Tour exits Hawaii and heads to California for the CareerBuilder Challenge on Thursday.
Carrie Stroup here with your 2015 TOUR Championship betting odds This one takes place at East Lake Golf Club – Atlanta, GA
Sportsbook.ag Odds to win the Tournament
The golfers head to East Lake Golf Club on Thursday, as they’ll all be looking to win the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola. The TOUR Championship is the final event of the season and Jason Day will be looking to finish the year off as the No. 1 golfer.
He’s baaaaaaaack. Tiger Woods, who has been in the midst of a terrible slump of late, was gunning for his 80th PGA Tour victory at this weekend’s Wyndham Championship.
So he didn’t win his third major in 2015, but that hasn’t stopped Jordan Spieth from capturing the title of World Number One.
Spieth had previously won the Masters and US Open. It was Jason Day at near even odds who ended up winning the PGA Championship.
At 22, Spieth becomes the second-youngest No. 1. Tiger Woods was 21 when he went to No. 1 in 1997.
The latest odds to win the 2105 PGA Championship were available at Sportsbook.ag with live in-progress betting throughout Sunday.
Jordan Spieth Friday evening odds of winning the 2015 PGA Championship were set at +350 to win. Live wagering was being offered on this tournament throughout the weekend.
An FBI and SEC investigation is ongoing as to whether golfer Phil Mickelson received insider trading tips from Nevada-based professional sports bettor Billy Walters.
Who is everyone betting on for the 2015 PGA Championship?
Jordan Spieth is favored to win the 2015 PGA Championship this year with 6-1 odds.
It’s another Major golf event and that means Daily Fantasy Sports behemoth DraftKings.com will be featuring its Millionaire Maker PGA Championship contest whereby one lucky player gets to turn $20 million into $1 million.
Live betting was available for The Open 2015 with Jordan Spieth sitting comfortably among the top five along with amateur Paul Dunne and two-time British Open winner Padraig Harrington.
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