The impossible seemingly has happened: Tiger Woods is not the odds-on favorite to win the PGA Championship this week, the first time he's been an underdog in a major since 1997. Chad Millman explains what this means for the rest of the field.
When he tees up for the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach this week, Tiger Woods will not be favored to win a major for the first time in nearly a decade. Chad Millman explains what that means for the rest of the field, and where you can find betting value.
Every year Jeff Sherman, a golf odds specialist, posts around 40 prop bets for the Masters, three or four of which are usually Tiger-specific. But this year, with all the buzz, Sherman posted 13. Here, he explains why.
The funny thing about the Masters is that even when Tiger Woods wasn't in the field, the betting money was pouring in at unprecedented rates. The field was wide, in a wagering sense. Well, Tiger has changed the scene, but his odds have shifted, too.