The current 2012 Masters Betting Odds are clearly rooting for a ratings goldmine at Augusta with Tiger Woods and Rory McElroy atop the ladder. Just behind them is Phil Mickelson, who trampled Woods at Pebble Beach with a 64 on the final day. But, etween the three, only McIlroy has won any of the last four majors, although Tiger’s near-triumphant rally in Georgia’s Garden last year could have put him on that list. Continue reading
As we’ve learned from this year’s build-up, The Masters routinely gives us some of the most dramatic story lines in golf before the players even hit the course. What, with Hank Haney’s tell-all book on Tiger Woods, the sizzling climb of some of the game’s youngest golfers and course conditions Phil Mickelson claims will make the tournament a “birdie-fest”.
True, writers have already crafted their storylines, and oddsmakers have already made it known who they would prefer to win the tournament. Continue reading
Phil Mickelson told the media on Tuesday that he was perparing for a “birdie-fest” at The Masters this year. He should know, winning the tournament three times and finishing in the top-5 in several others.
The course is soft, yet not it’s intimidating discructive self.
“It seems that some of the planning I have made may go by the wayside,” he said. “As soft as the golf course is, you can fire at a lot of pins.” Continue reading
As interesting as this year’s 2012 Masters at Augusta National promises to be, even a tournament with this much history and this much
excitement surrounding it will end up being far more entertaining if spectators get to see a hole in one. It is the single most beloved occurrence in golf (because of its obvious rarity), and it is an undeniable treat for all in attendance whenever it wounds up happening. Continue reading
The first round of any golf tournament, but particularly the Masters, is intriguing because it is generally where lesser known stars get their chance to shine. Without the pressure of actually having to compete for the win and without the burden of expectations, guys that nobody really expects to come out with a victory tend to do surprisingly well.
That being said, predicting who the next unheralded superstar to make an impact in the first round of the Masters will be is a tough feat. That’s why the favorites to emerge with the lead come the end of the first round of the 2012 Masters happen to be guys who everyone is well aware of. Continue reading
It’s officially Masters Week! So here at Masters Betting Odds, this is obviously the week we look forward to every year, with the first Major Championship ready to get going.
And while we will be flooding the blog with a variety of articles and betting odds for the week, we are going to start off a little away from the normal spectrum on this Monday. Sure, we will get into the overall betting odds, top-10 odds, individual players odds etc.
It’s almost that time of year again, when the Magnolias are in bloom, and the drive up the lane to famed Augusta National takes center stage in the golfing world.
The 2012 PGA Tour season has already gotten off to a great start this season, with both veterans and up-and-comers getting into the winner’s circle.
And while there is still roughly a month and a half up the 2012 Masters, we’re just going to take a brief look and see how things are shaping up. Continue reading