The Masters 2023: Tiger Woods Specials Vegas Odds, and Picks
- Tiger Woods returns to Augusta this weekend, as he looks for a sixth victory at The Masters
- Woods famously landed victory in the 2019 event in one of the greatest sporting comebacks
Few names in the world of golf generate as much excitement as Tiger Woods. The 15-time major winner will be in action this weekend, as he looks to land a sixth Masters title. Many will be scared to rule out the legendary player, as he upset the odds back in 2019, when he landed a two-shot victory in one of the greatest sporting comeback stories in history.
However, it looks like a much tougher assignment this weekend at Augusta. But, the latest Tiger Woods specials for The Masters 2023 can be found here. You can also find our full Masters 2023 Preview here.
Tiger Woods To Win The Masters 2023 Vegas Odds
Tiger Woods to Win The Masters 2023 W/O McIlroy, Scheffler & Rahm
Tiger Woods Specials: To Make/Miss The Cut
Tiger Woods Masters Specials: Top Finish
Tiger Woods Finishing Position
To Play In Final Group In Round 4
Tiger Woods Specials: What Will Happen First?
Can Woods Make History?
It’s very rare that we get to see Tiger Woods in action these days, which makes it even more special when he is on the green. Woods will be aiming for a historic sixth victory at The Masters this year, but he is a massive outsider to achieve that target. Since winning the major in 2019, he finished in a tie for 38th in 2020, before finishing 47th on the leaderboard in 2022.
We would expect him to make the cut at The Masters, as he has never failed to achieve that target since 1996. However, a top ten, or 20 finish may be slightly harder to achieve, given the talent that will be on display at Augusta this weekend.
There would be certain value in siding with Woods to finish under 44.5 in the standings, as he has finished higher than 45th on just one previous occasion. However, that did come at The Masters in 2022.
Tiger Woods Masters Specials 2023 Predictions
Woods has already followed his same pre-tournament routine leading up to The Masters, as he played alongside McIlroy and Fred Couples over the weekend. But, while we would love to see a historic sixth victory for the legendary American, it remains hugely unlikely. Our safest play would see us side with his finishing position being under 44.5.