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US Masters Betting Odds Update

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Thursday, 05 April 2012 05:13

2012 US Masters Betting OddsRory McIlroy still smiles when he remembers what happened last year at Augusta. He was one of the betting favorites of golf history and also one of the great stories of recovery. A month later he was winning the U.S. Open. Join Now to Bet on this Game!

Impressed by the ease which the young Northern Irishman fits the blows. More or less like their victory k.o. "If I din't win the Masters last year is simply because he was not prepared to win. That experience served me very much. I realized many things after earned for winning the U.S. Open," he says.

McIlroy is not a type of sore. Rather the contrary. They say that Tiger is favorite, as well. Is unfazed. "I do not usually pay much attention to the forecasts. It is something that exists only on paper. It's great for the Masters and golf that Tiger is back, but I just I worry about my game this week and try to give me a chance to win. If the above me I have to do with the best golfer of the last twenty years as phenomenal, "he says.

McIlroy says the main teaching that sought his fiasco in the fourth round last year was that I had to improve your short game. "Not as I usually do aproché, I was not aggressive, and I shrugged it will not happen again. Is what I've been training in recent weeks."

Rory does not want to compare with Tiger. "I have the achievements of Woods and I'm not even close to its level in the last fifteen years. Not want comparisons. I just came to the Masters to give me a chance to win. I'm much better player than last year," he says.

Bovada Sportsbook Odds to win the 2012 US Masters:

Tiger Woods 4/1

Rory McIlroy 11/2

Phil Mickelson 11/1

Luke Donald 16/1

Lee Westwood 16/1

Hunter Mahan 28/1

Justin Rose 33/1

Adam Scott 33/1

Keegan Bradley 33/1

Charl Schwartzel 33/1

Jason Day 40/1

Steve Stricker 40/1

Bubba Watson 40/1

Dustin Johnson 40/1

Nick Watney 40/1

Sergio Garcia 50/1

Webb Simpson 50/1

Martin Kaymer 50/1

Graeme McDowell 66/1

Matt Kuchar 66/1

K.J. Choi 66/1

Geoff Ogilvy 66/1

Padraig Harrington 80/1

Rickie Fowler 80/1

Jim Furyk 80/1

Angel Cabrera 80/1

Bill Haas 80/1

Brandt Snedeker 80/1

Louis Oosthuizen 80/1

Bo Van Pelt 80/1

Ian Poulter 80/1

Kyle Stanley 80/1

GaryWoodland 100/1

Trevor Immelman 100/1

Zach Johnson 100/1

Paul Casey 100/1

Aaron Baddeley 125/1

Alvaro Quiros 125/1

Martin Laird 125/1

Sean O'Hair 125/1

Fred Couples 125/1

Jason Dufner 125/1

Y-E Yang 125/1

Robert Karlsson 125/1

Thomas Bjorn 125/1

Johnson Wagner 125/1

Francesco Molinari 125/1

Henrik Stenson 125/1

Ryo Ishikawa 125/1

Vijay Singh 150/1

Peter Hanson 150/1

David Toms 150/1

John Senden 150/1

Sang-Moon Bae 150/1

Charles Howell III 150/1

Fredrik Jacobson 150/1

Ben Crane 150/1

Ryan Palmer 150/1

Jonathan Byrd 175/1

Mark Wilson 175/1

Ross Fisher 200/1

Miguel Angel Jimenez200/1

Kevin Na 200/1

Simon Dyson 200/1

Paul Lawrie 200/1

Lucas Glover 200/1

Kyung-Tae Kim 200/1

Robert Garrigus 200/1

Edoardo Molinari 200/1

Rory Sabbatini 300/1

Stewart Cink 300/1

Jose Maria Olazabal 300/1

Darren Clarke 300/1

Anders Hansen 300/1

Tim Clark 300/1

Tom Watson 400/1

Patrick Cantlay 400/1

Gonzalo Fernandez 400/1

Harrison Frazar 400/1

Chez Reavie 400/1

Scott Verplank 400/1

Brendan Steele 400/1

Bernhard Langer 400/1

Mike Weir 500/1

Hideki Matsuyama 500/1

Kevin Chappell 500/1

Scott Stallings 500/1

Mark O'Meara 750/1

Kelly Kraft 1000/1

Bryden Macpherson 1000/1

Corbin Mills 1500/1

Larry Mize 1500/1

Ian Woosnam 2500/1

Sandy Lyle 2500/1

Randal Lewis 2500/1

Ben Crenshaw 5000/1

Craig Stadler 5000/1

 
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