Odds To Win The 2011 Masters April 1, 2011

The latest odds to win the 2011 Masters show the top players relatively unchanged from March 13. Remarkably, given his recent performances, Tiger still is top of the list at 6/1. Phil is now 8/1 instead of 7/1 (March 13); Lee Westwood and Martin Kaymer remain at 14/1. Rory McIlroy holds at 20/1. Paul Casey and Graeme McDowell are in at 25/1. Dustin Johnson has moved from 16/1 to 20/1, perhaps reflecting a recent lack of success. Ernie Els and Padraig Harrington both are in at 40/1.

The complete Masters betting odds for April 1 are below, courtesy of Bodog, the world’s largest betting destination.

PlayerOdds
Tiger Woods  6/1  
Phil Mickelson  8/1  
Lee Westwood  14/1  
Martin Kaymer  14/1  
Rory McIlroy  20/1  
Paul Casey  25/1  
Graeme McDowell  25/1  
Dustin Johnson  20/1  
Ernie Els  40/1  
Padraig Harrington  40/1  
Anthony Kim  50/1  
Ian Poulter  33/1  
Nick Watney  14/1  
Rickie Fowler  40/1  
Luke Donald  22/1  
Jim Furyk  50/1  
Retief Goosen  50/1  
Matt Kuchar  33/1  
Hunter Mahan  33/1  
Justin Rose  50/1  
Adam Scott  40/1  
Steve Stricker  40/1  
Camilo Villegas  50/1  
K.J. Choi  66/1  
Ross Fisher  50/1  
Sean O’Hair  50/1  
Geoff Ogilvy  50/1  
Charl Schwartzel  50/1  
Angel Cabrera  80/1  
Sergio Garcia  66/1  
Zach Johnson  66/1  
Bill Haas 66/1  
Robert Karlsson  66/1  
Francesco Molinari  50/1  
Tim Clark  80/1  
Ryan Moore  80/1  
Alvaro Quiros  66/1  
Vijay Singh  50/1  
Henrik Stenson  80/1  
Jonathan Byrd  100/1  
Robert Allenby  100/1  
Stewart Cink  100/1  
Fred Couples  80/1  
Trevor Immelman  100/1  
Steve Marino 66/1  
Louis Oosthuizen  100/1  
Mike Weir  100/1  
Yong Eun Yang 66/1  
Ricky Barnes  125/1  
Chad Campbell  125/1  
Lucas Glover  125/1  
Ryo Ishikawa  125/1  
Miguel Angel Jimenez  125/1  
Jhonattan Vegas 100/1  
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)  3/2  

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