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The golf world has been rooting for Tiger Woods to return to his old habit of winning big tournaments, and sportsbooks are no different.
A Tiger that wins big tournaments is good for business and with four wins in eight starts this year, business is booming for golf bettors.
So when you combine his improved play with his transdendant personality, it's no surprise Woods is the favorite on US Open odds menu across the planet.
The113th US Open goes at Merion Golf Club, just outside of Philadelphia, this weekend.
As of early this week, Bovada was listing Woods at 9/2 to win this US Open.
But might golf bettors be wise to look elsewhere for their wagering choices for this weekend? Rather than Tiger, should we look to someone from the field to win this weekend?
Well, just look at some of members of that field.
Adam Scott has been the best Majors player in the world the last couple of years. He just won the Masters, nearly won a couple of Majors before that, and he's still got poss...
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If its major championship week, it must be time for another whirlwind round of Tiger Woods retrospectives.
Will Tiger break his five-year major drought and win his fourth U.S. Open this week at Merion? Will he hit enough fairways to contend on the weekend? Will there be another rules incident like the one at the Masters?
If he does win, will this mark the greatest comeback in...
The USGA has dropped their latest ad, and it features none other than Tiger Woods. Check out the quick PSA which is in favor of folks not lagging on the golf course. Decently creative creative for a group of folks who aren’t known to be so.
We wonder if Sergio Garcia has seen this.
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With severe weather already delaying play at the U.S. Open on Thursday at the Merion Golf Club, I guess we have to improvise in order to get our golf fix in any way possible. So how about a delightful piece of photographic whimsy showing Tiger Woods gearing up to flick friendly rival Rory McIlroy [...]The post Did Tiger flick Rory’s ear during the U.S. Open champions dinner...
The day after Sergio Garcia sought out Tiger Woods on the Merion driving range to speak about the racially-stereotyped “fried chicken’’ comment he made last month, the Spaniard left a hand-written note of apology in Woods’ locker.
“Yeah, I did leave him a note, a handwritten note,’’ said Garcia about the Dear Tiger letter on Tuesday. “Hopefully he can take a look...
If you’ve never been in a Tiger Woods news conference, it’s quite a scene. Woods is generally the only golfer who draws enough journalists to fill up the interview room under the press tent, and even then there are usually more throngs still standing in the back. Moreover, every reporter wants to get their question in, and only a small fraction get answered.
So, it probably helps...
Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia seem to be playing nicely together again as the two shook hands Monday on the U.S. Open practice range at Merion. The two have been in a bit of a feud for the past few months, and at least for the time being all seems to be calm.
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If there is a winner and a loser I consider it a sport.
I don’t think I have heard many people say that Golf isn’t a sport, but NIKE goes out of their way to make sure you know it is.
This week's U.S. Open marks a once-inconceivable five years since Tiger Woods last won a major championship, that victory coming in a memorable Monday U.S. Open playoff against Rocco Mediate at Torrey Pines in June 2008.
It's the longest such slump in the 14-time major winner's career, but this year, there's a renewed sense of hope for Woods, who enters the tournament...
Tiger Woods' rain-shortened first round at the US Open one to
Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia took the first step to resolving their long-running feud on Monday morning at the U.S. Open, as the two men shook hands at the Merion Golf Club practice range. According to Derek
Tournament: United States Open
Location: Merion GC, Ardmore, PA
Dates: 6/13/13 – 6/16/13
This week marks the start of the second major of the 2013 season, better known as the US Open. I thought I would go through and highlight some of the top guys to keep an eye on this week.
And everyone wants to know, who am I picking?
Well, to start the year, I picked Tiger....
Will not be served at Merion this weekend.
We are not ******* around today, people. It is one of those days where we get everything off of our barrel chests. It has been awhile since my normally mild-mannered and civilized self has done this but after watching a few hours of Chris Berman make sweaty, drunk, and gross love with Roger Maltbie yesterday, I am all out of sorts. ...
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It’s the start of the U.S. Open. The best day of the year for most golfers because it means you’re even-par and tied with the rest of the field for at least a bit. But some golfers might as well go home now to save the embarrassment. Even though technically everyone in the field has the chance to raise the trophy on Sunday, only a select few really...