Tiger is a Master at causing trouble for the bookies!
What a difference a year has made to punters' perceptions of Tiger Woods. Tiger teed off as a 12/1 shot at the Master 2011 but a year later he returns as the 9/2 favourite and the tenth time in eleven years that he has been top of the pile. Of the home contenders, Mcllroy is 6/1, Donald 16/1 & Westwood 22/1.
"With Tiger hitting form and so many Europeans in the top ten, we fully expect this year Masters to break all turnover records, we will be praying for another Charl Schwartzel, who started last year's Masters as an 80/1 outsider," said Hill's spokesman Rupert Adams.
Mcllroy First Round Score: 9/1 66 or less, 13/2 67-68, 3/1 69-70, 3/1 71-72, 10/3 73-74, 3/1 75 or more
Tiger First Round Score: 13/2 66 or less, 11/2 67-68, 11/4 69-70, 11/4 71-72, 9/2 73-74, 4/1 75 or more
The Masters: 9/2 Tiger Woods, 6/1 Mcllroy, 12/1 Mickelson, 16/1 Donald, 22/1 Westwood, 33/1 Mahan, 33/1 Rose, 35/1 Scott, 35/1 Keegan Bradley, 40/1 Bubba Watson, 40.1 J Day, 45/1 Schwartzel, 55/1 D Johnson, 55/1 Stricker, 60/1 Watney, 60/1 Kuchar, 60/1 Garcia, 66/1 Choi, 70/1 Bar
Top GB and Ireland Player: 6/5 Rory Mcllroy, 7/2 Donald, 9/2 Westwood, 15/2 Rose, 16/1 McDowell, 20/1 Harrimgton, 20/1 Poulter, 25/1 Casey, 25/1 Laird, 40/1 Lawrie, 40/1 Fisher, 30/1 Dyson, 66/1 Clarke, 150/1 Llyle, 150/1 Woosnam
Master Your Mobile To Get Best Masters Deal!
Place a win or each way single on the Masters Tournament Winner market via the William Hill Mobile Site, or downloaded App, and if your player fails to make the cut we'll refund your losing bet as a free bet to use on any market on the final day of the Masters.
"We had a similar offer at last year's Open championship, where if your player missed the cut by 1-3 shots then we refunded your stake as a free bet. In all, we refunded over £500,000 which we believe is easily the biggest golf bet concession and was as a result of Mcllroy, Donald & Westwood's failure. It will be interesting to see if the big names fail at the Masters," said Hill's spokesman Rupert Adams.