Last Updated on July 14, 2020
Tiger Woods is coming back to the PGA Tour for the first time since COVID19 and there is no shortage of ways to bet on his return at The Memorial Tournament. First off, Tiger is 10th in odds to win at Muirfield Village Golf Club and he’s accounting for a large percentage of the total handle. But that’s not all.
DraftKings is providing a slew of props to bet on, including length of longest drive, make a hole-in-one, and much, much more. There is bound to be some value in the 16 different props DraftKings has listed.
All odds via DraftKings Sportsbook.
Tiger Woods Betting Odds This Week
To birdie starting hole in Round 1: Yes +500; No -910
To hit starting hole fairway in regulation in Round 1: Yes -225; No +163
To hit his starting hole green in regulation in Round 1: Yes -305; No +210
Length of longest drive, 315.5 yards: Over -137; Under +105
Number of birdies, 4.5: Over -139; Under +105
Number of bogeys, 2.5: Over -114; under -114
In top 10 (and ties) at end of round 1: yes +500; No -910
To hole out a shot from off the green: Yes +600; No -1250
Entire Tournament Odds
Length of longest drive, 330.5 yards: Over -114; Under -114
Best round score: Round 4 +200; Round 3 +250; Round 2 +275; Round 1 +350
To have 3 consecutive birdies in any round: Yes +150; No -200
To have a bogey-free round: Yes +500, No -910
To hit a ball into a water hazard: Yes +105; No -139
To hole out a shot from off the green: Yes +200; No -265
To make a hole-in-one: Yes +6600
To make an eagle: Yes +110, No -137
Tiger Woods Value Bets
Tiger has a long and storied history in The Memorial Tournament. He has five wins to his name and a streak of three wins in a row where he shot -15, -19, and -17.
However, there’s bound to be some rust after such a long layoff between PGA Tour events. Picking Tiger to miss starting hole fairway (+163) and miss starting green in regulation (+210) are two intriguing options considering his last event, The Genesis Invitational, came in February.
For golf bettors who don’t want to root against Tiger, take your pick. In top 10 (and ties) at end of round 1 (+500) isn’t out of the question by any stretch. Again, Tiger knows this Jack Nicklaus-designed course as well as anyone. He could shake off some early rust and put himself in contention early.