Tiger Woods Returns to PGA Tour, Sports Bettors Like His Chances at Wells Fargo, Players
Tiger Woods will tee it up the next two weeks on the PGA Tour, with this week’s Wells Fargo Championship accompanied by The Players, also known as the fifth major, on tap.
Padraig harrington says it’s ‘time to get back working,’ and that means more benefit Las Vegas oddsmakers who’ll provide a smorgasbord up of bets on the golfer’s performance.
Forests inside the ropes means a surge in golf gambling activity at on line and Nevada sportsbooks. Las Vegas always sees an uptick in activity when the 14-time major champ is in the industry, and that will certainly end up being the case over the next 2 weeks.
It’s been 11 years since Woods won at Quail Hollow in Charlotte, North Carolina, site of this week’s Wells Fargo. But that’sn’t stopping gamblers from taking him.
The Westgate SuperBook has Tiger at 25/1 to win, tied for the seventh-shortest line of the field that is 156-player.
Rory McIlroy is the favorite that is justified7/1), as he is won twice at Quail Hollow including a tournament-best -21 in 2015 where he won by way of a record seven strokes.
The 2017 PGA Championship winner hosted at Quail Hollow, at 10/1 after McIlroy, the SuperBook has Justin Thomas. That line is distributed to Rickie Fowler, the 2012 Wells Fargo winner.
Jason Day, Masters champ Patrick Reed, and Hideki Matsuyama are at 20/1, then Woods, Paul Casey, Phil Mickelson, and Tommy Fleetwood follow at 25/1.
PGA Tour journalist Rob Bolton doesn’t even have Tiger Woods in his top 15 ‘power rankings’ list for the Wells Fargo. Leer más