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Woods in Thick of Things After Day 1 of Masters

Written by:
Mary Montgomery
Published on:
Apr/07/2022

Following Day 1 of the Masters 2022, it looked very much like Tiger Woods had a legitimate shot of paying out on numerous props including whether he could finish among the Top 20.

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Woods’ greatest comeback yet got off to an electrifying start Thursday when he shot a 1-under 71 in the opening round of the Masters.

“To end up in the red,” he said confidently, “I’m right where I need to be.”

As Woods walked briskly toward the clubhouse after a grueling day that stretched to nearly 5 1/2 hours, he heard shouts of “Way to go, Tiger!” from the spectators.

He was just three strokes off the lead - with roughly half the field still on the course - after making three birdies, a pair of bogeys and a whole lot of solid pars — many of them salvaged by his deft touch around the greens.

The payout on Woods to win the Masters was around 45-1 or $4500 for every $100 bet.

Sitting atop the leaderboard after Day 1 is one Im Sung-jae, who pays close to 3-1 to top the Asian field and $5000 on a $100 bet to win the Masters outright.

Cameron Smith sat in second on the leaderboard and promises a payout of $1600 on a $100 bet.  He had the 4th shortest odds to win this year's Masters.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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