When the odds for the 2012 Masters Tournament were displayed for all the world to see this week, Tiger Woods was installed as the clear favorite at (4/1). Well, not a whole lot has changed, but the public has shown a little skepticism.
Woods is still the man many are betting on, but his stock has taken a minor hit. The winner of the Arnold Palmer Invitational is now a (9/2) favorite with Rory McIlroy (6/1) and Phil Mickelson (11/1), according to BOVADA.
Woodstock, Vermont native Keegan Bradley has been shooting up the board. Bradley is currently at (25/1), ranking him ninth in the field.
Bradley is playing in his first Masters championship and some feel he could become a serious dark horse this week.
Some other interesting bets to ponder are Luke Donald and Graeme McDowell. Donald, the number one ranked player on the PGA Tour, has (16/1) odds while McDowell is a legitimate contender who's looking at (66/1).