Tiger Woods 2024 Masters odds & prop bets: Five fun ways to win (or lose) betting on Tiger

Tiger Woods makes his return to competitive golf this week at The Masters, which he’s won on five previous occasions.

In February, Woods withdrew from the Genesis Invitational after just 24 holes due to flu-like symptoms. He was also forced to withdraw from the 2023 Masters due to a plantar fasciitis injury.

The time for betting on Woods to win has come and gone, but plenty of punters just can’t help themselves at the best sports betting sites. Woods represents BetMGM’s second-biggest liability behind only Brooks Koepka. The 15-time major champion opened at +10000, but Tiger’s odds have lengthened to +15000 at BetMGM. 

DraftKings Sportsbook is dealing Woods at +14000 to win the 2024 Masters. He’s taken 4% of the handle and 5% of tickets there. It’s unfathomable that so many people think of Tiger in his prime and then bet on him in the present.  

Then again there are no sure things at The Masters, other than schmaltzy commentary from Jim Nantz and excessive mentions of fans being referred to as patrons. But let’s look at the best ways to have fun wagering on Woods’ Masters odds including our favorite prop bets.   

2024 Masters betting odds on Tiger Woods 

Check out live odds on the best golf betting apps for Woods in the 2024 Masters:

DraftKings is offering +110 odds on Woods to make the cut at The Masters. His missed cut odds are -150. Let’s start our discussion with that betting market.

Best prop bets to make on Tiger Woods at The Masters 

Woods made the cut for the 2023 Masters, but he withdrew after playing 14 holes in inclement weather during Saturday’s third round.   

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Tiger Woods to make the cut (+110 at DraftKings)

As noted, Woods cashed this ticket for bettors in the 2023 Masters before withdrawing the next day.  

Perhaps you’re wondering about the last time Woods made a cut and actually finished a tournament. It’s been more than a year since his T-45 finish in the 2023 Genesis Invitational at Riviera Country Club.  

As of Tuesday morning, DraftKings was offering much better odds than FanDuel (-112) on this bet. Always remember to line shop for the best odds on top sports betting apps.

Tiger Woods to make a hole-in-one (+10000 at FanDuel)

This is just for fun with a nice payout if Woods can make his fourth career hole-in-one in tournament play.

  • 1996 Greater Milwaukee Open
  • 1997 Phoenix Open
  • 1998 Sprint International

As you can see, it’s been a generation since Woods last recorded an ace. Even though injuries and the aging process have compromised his once powerful game, Woods still has the short game to get this one done. Augusta National has four par-3 holes, so that’s 16 opportunities to cash this ticket if he makes the cut.  

Tiger Woods to make 4+ birdies in first round (+120 at FanDuel)

Woods just missed cashing this bet in last year’s Masters when he opened with three birdies and five bogeys to shoot 74. This is our favorite plus-money play on Woods in the opening round.     

Casual aside, it’s been a blast claiming the best sports betting promos in North Carolina and betting on top NC sportsbook apps over the past month. Tony Finau’s top-10 finish in the Houston Open cashed us a nice ticket at +200 odds. Akshay Bhatia then paid off huge at +6000 odds to win the Valero Texas Open this past weekend. Now back to the Tiger beat.

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Tiger Woods to finish in Top 40 (+120 at FanDuel)

This pick is predicated, of course, on Woods making the cut AND not withdrawing from the 2024 Masters early. He won in 2019, finished T-38 in the 2020 Masters, did not play in 2021, and came home 47th in 2022. Feel like this one could go either way, but it’s high time for Tiger to finish one of these off in style. 

Tiger Woods to make birdie or better on first hole of 2024 Masters (+800 at FanDuel) 

Fancy a quick start for Woods on Thursday at Augusta National? Here’s a betting market for you. Woods didn’t make a birdie until the eighth hole in last year’s opening round at The Masters. He then carded back-to-back birdies on Nos. 15 and 16.

Woods also looked gassed as last year’s first round went along, but he’ll be as fresh as possible on the first tee to attack the 445-yard Par 4 hole known as Tea Olive.


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