Betting Odds To Win The 2011 Masters; March 13, 2011

What we learn from looking at the early odds to win the 2011 Masters is that the betting public isn’t yet over the former former number one. He’s starting to look like that Linus blanket left over from your childhood. You don’t need it any more, but don’t want to give it up for old times’ sake. Tiger is currently the odds-on favorite to win the 2011 Masters at 6/1. We’ll see how that changes as we get closer to the Masters.

Phil, in my mind, is a better bet, even at 7/1. Lefty’s record at the Masters over the last ten years has been remarkable: Since 2000 (in order) – T7, 3, 3, 3, 1, 10, 1, T24, T5, 5, 1. But its too early to say. I’m still not convinced that he’s over the bout with arthritis he had last year.

After that, we have a series of European players: Lee Westwood and Martin Kaymer (14/1), Rory McIlroy (20/1), then Paul Casey and Graeme McDowell (25/1). Dustin Johnson (16/1), Ernie Els (40/1) and Padraig Harrington (40/1) finish out the top ten.

You read a betting line by looking at the second number first. That is how much you bet. The first number is how much you win. So in the case of the former-former, a bet of $1 would pay $6 if he wins.

Complete betting odds for the 2011 Masters follow, courtesy of Bodog, the world’s largest betting destination.

Player Odds
Tiger Woods6/1
Phil Mickelson 7/1
Lee Westwood 14/1
Martin Kaymer 14/1
Rory McIlroy 20/1
Paul Casey 25/1
Graeme McDowell 25/1
Dustin Johnson 16/1
Ernie Els 40/1
Padraig Harrington40/1
Anthony Kim 50/1
Ian Poulter 40/1
Nick Watney 16/1
Rickie Fowler 40/1
Luke Donald 20/1
Jim Furyk 50/1
Retief Goosen 50/1
Matt Kuchar 28/1
Hunter Mahan 28/1
Justin Rose 50/1
Adam Scott 40/1
Steve Stricker 33/1
Camilo Villegas 50/1
K.J. Choi 40/1
Ross Fisher 50/1
Sean O’Hair 50/1
Geoff Ogilvy 50/1
Charl Schwartzel 50/1
Angel Cabrera 66/1
Sergio Garcia 50/1
Zach Johnson 66/1
Bill Haas50/1
Robert Karlsson 66/1
Francesco Molinari 66/1
Tim Clark 80/1
Ryan Moore 80/1
Alvaro Quiros 50/1
Vijay Singh 40/1
Henrik Stenson 80/1
Jonathan Byrd 80/1
Robert Allenby 100/1
Stewart Cink 100/1
Fred Couples 66/1
Trevor Immelman 100/1
Steve Marino100/1
Louis Oosthuizen 100/1
Mike Weir 100/1
Yong Eun Yang66/1
Ricky Barnes 100/1
Chad Campbell 125/1
Lucas Glover 125/1
Ryo Ishikawa 125/1
Miguel Angel Jimenez 100/1
Jhonattan Vegas100/1
Kenny Perry 125/1
David Toms 125/1
Ben Curtis 150/1
Oliver Wilson 150/1
Chris Wood 150/1
Darren Clarke 150/1
Field (Any Other Golfer)5/2

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