2012 Masters Odds: Tiger Woods Remains The Heavy Favorite

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).

For more on the Masters, be sure to check out our StoryStream and SB Nation Boston for all the latest news and updates.

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