Tiger Woods 2018 Comeback Prop Odds - Major Championship Betting

Tiger Woods has had more than a few comeback attempts since the hiatus that followed the breakdown of his marriage to Elin Nordegren. One of them was quite successful (2013 specifically), despite the fact that he wasn't able to secure a major championship during, but the other ones have not ended with so much fortune. His most recent attempt got underway just two weeks ago at the Hero World Challenge and that tournament marked the first time that Tiger Woods had teed it up in a PGA Tour event in 301 days. There are a lot of people that like to say that he's washed up and likely an equal number that like to think there's still hope. Regardless of which side you happen to fall on, there's no denying that he managed to impress in the first leg of this particular comeback. Three under par rounds at the Hero World Championship, a tie for 9th place, and a closing 68 signalled to the golfing world that he's ready to do more than just show up. He showed stamina with that 68, strength with his 180 mph ball speeds, and, more than anything else, he showed resolve. He might be pain free, but it's obvious from his abbreviated and jolting hip action that the back is still a major issue in his game and he stuck with that very un-Tiger swing and made it work. You have to know that Tiger watches his own on course coverage and sorely misses the fluid motion we all used to see from his firing hips. If he can manage to just keep this swing and focus on the flat stick and wedges, there's no telling what the man can conjure up in the twilight decade of his golfing career.

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Tiger Woods has had more than a few comeback attempts since the hiatus that followed the breakdown of his marriage to Elin Nordegren. One of them was quite successful (2013 specifically), despite the fact that he wasn’t able to secure a major championship during, but the other ones have not ended with so much fortune. His most recent attempt got underway just two weeks ago at the Hero World Challenge and that tournament marked the first time that Tiger Woods had teed it up in a PGA Tour event in 301 days. There are a lot of people that like to say that he’s washed up and likely an equal number that like to think there’s still hope. Regardless of which side you happen to fall on, there’s no denying that he managed to impress in the first leg of this particular comeback. Three under par rounds at the Hero World Championship, a tie for 9th place, and a closing 68 signalled to the golfing world that he’s ready to do more than just show up. He showed stamina with that 68, strength with his 180 mph ball speeds, and, more than anything else, he showed resolve. He might be pain free, but it’s obvious from his abbreviated and jolting hip action that the back is still a major issue in his game and he stuck with that very un-Tiger swing and made it work. You have to know that Tiger watches his own on course coverage and sorely misses the fluid motion we all used to see from his firing hips. If he can manage to just keep this swing and focus on the flat stick and wedges, there’s no telling what the man can conjure up in the twilight decade of his golfing career.

With that upcoming decade in mind, Tiger has yet to release a playing schedule for the 2017/2018 PGA Tour season, but that hasn’t managed to stop the online sports books from offering odds on the former world number one’s chances of winning a major this year. Check out the Tiger Woods Major Championship Odds in the selection below. They are provided by Bet365 where new customers get a 100% bonus on their first deposit up to $200. That’s $200 in free cash for you to bet with absolutely risk free. That’s the kind of promotion everyone can get on board with. Follow the banner link above to visit Bet365 right now.

Tiger Woods 2018 Masters Odds – 21.00

Tiger Woods 2018 British Open Odds – 26.00

Tiger Woods 2018 US Open Odds – 26.00

Tiger Woods 2018 PGA Championship Odds – 26.00

Tiger Woods 2018 to win a major odds – YES = 6.00, NO = 1.12