Masters betting: keeping away from the Woods
With such a range of markets available, tour pro Jamie Spence takes a look at some markets which Tiger Woods can't win this week.
The World Number One has returned back from surgery incredibly quickly with many suggesting that he's better than ever - Tiger's even tipping himself (see the BBC video below).
Our expert tipster agrees that he is by far the best player that will be on the fairways of Augusta this week but has scanned the dozens of markets on offer at William Hill to find the value elsewhere.
Top UK and Ireland player
Padraig Harrington's going for his third Major in a row but Jamie doesn't feel the Augusta course will suit him this week. He likes Paul Casey's form and Justin Rose can always challenge but who does he go for as some 11/1 value in this market?
Top Mainland European player
Jamie can't understand the price about the favourite in this market as he feels he has no chance, especially as the player he most fancies for the tournament is a bigger price.
Top USA without Woods
Phil Mickelson has a "good chance" this week, particularly with his putting but Jamie throws up some value in the shape of Nick Watney at 10/1 and an 18/1 tip who he thinks could have a pop.
Jamie offers up a Tournament Match treble paying around 6/1. He goes for Stewart Cink over 2007 winner Zach Johnson, last year's Champion Trevor Immelman over Tim Clark and Luke Donald to beat Justin Rose in this all-English battle.