For the next week tiny Augusta Georgia located an hour or two outside of Atlanta and just across the South Carolina border will the epicenter of the sports betting world as the best golfers in the world descend to participate in the Masters Cup odds.
The Masters is one of the four Grand Slams in professional golf wagering and for decades has been one of the most recognizable events anywhere in online betting. But the 2010 version of the Master Cup betting just might be the most anticipated event in golf betting history. As if you didn’t know, Tiger Woods is returning to competitive golf wagering action after a self imposed hiatus to deal with personal issues.
Now, sports betting fans around the world eager anticipate whether or not he’ll be able to reclaim his spot at the top of golf betting and snatch his fifth title in the Master Cup betting. The Master Cup odds makers surely seem to think he’s capable wining the event. In almost every set of the Masters Cup odds Woods is the man to beat.
And why not? He’s only the most talented player ever to swing a club and if sports betting history has taught us anything it’s never a good idea to bet against Woods. Whenever Woods has been challenged in the past, more times than not, he’s come out the victor and there still isn’t anyone in PGA betting right now or any potential opponent in the Master Cup betting that has a better skill set than Woods.
This may be a new year in golf betting and new Masters Tournament but very little has changed. Tiger is still the best golfer in the wagering odds and until someone else proves themselves better, Woods is the man to beat in this year’s Masters odds as well.