Woods is the greatest of all time and there is no one in gambling online right now -or anywhere in sports gambling- that dominates the way he does.
All the sports gambling odds makers predicted it and Sunday it almost came to pass.
After missing nearly two months of gambling online golf action due to knee surgery, Tiger Woods roared to the lead of this year’s US Open and finished one of sports gambling’s biggest golf tournament’s tied for the lead. Woods will have to face Rocco Mediate in an 18-hole play-off where sports gambling experts are giving him almost even money odds to win.
After a so-so start Woods dazzled the gambling online world with an array of circus shots on Saturday to put himself in the lead of the US biggest sports gambling golf event, the US Open. Woods has never lost a sports gambling Major after taking a 54-hole lead. And even though he hasn’t wrapped up the sports gambling win yet, he’s yet to bring that streak to a loss.
You see along with his bag of circus shots (two eagles, a slam dunk chip-in and some incredible putting) Woods also messed up his knee on Saturday and possibly jeopardized the rest of his sports gambling season. The severity of the injury is unknown but the pain involved is obvious to any online gambling fan that watched his swing over the weekend. And despite playing with such a large physical handicap he still managed to hold the sports gambling lead and book a spot in one of the most exciting gambling online playoffs we’ve seen in a while.
Although the knee has hampered Woods play off the tees -most noticeably forcing his shots to fade right, he managed to overcome those sports gambling difficulties by playing spot on with his flat iron. Making put after put when he had to Woods saved the best for last as he stunned the sports gambling world with a picture perfect put for Birdie on the 18th to force the sports gambling playoff. It will certainly be remembered as one of the defining moments of his sports gambling career if he goes on to win this year’s Open. And judging by past sports gambling history, it seems all but a given.