Golf Betting — What About Tiger Woods Going Forward After Heartfelt Return in 2022?

Tiger Woods Return 2022

Where Does Tiger Woods go From Here in 2022 Return?

By Charles Jay

As we type this, Tiger Woods is healing from his passionate return to golf out at Augusta. When it comes to golf betting, he really didn’t prove to be a winner. But can anyone argue that it wasn’t a personal triumph that he was even able to get out there, make the cut, and play a full four rounds in the Masters?

Unquestionably, there are customers at BetOnline who were not disqualifying Woods at all, considering that only three years ago, he came to Augusta and shook up the world, even after the back problems that had more or less left him disabled. But you have to consider that he had played some tournaments right before that, and had in fact won the Tour Championship and had a top ten in a WGC event. In other words, he didn’t come out of nowhere.

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Golf Betting — But this time it was different for Tiger…..

In this particular instance, he was clearly coming from left field. Aside from the PNC Championship that he played with his son Charlie (and finished second to John Daly and his son, by the way), he hadn’t really done a thing on the golf course and admitted on Sunday, after his final round 78 (which tied his Saturday 78 as the worst round he’s ever had at the Masters) that as recently as a month ago, he didn’t know if he was going to be able to do this at all.

Golf Betting — So what comes next for Woods?

Well, we’re going to assume that since he was able to make it through four rounds at a major, Woods will try some other tournaments. The Wells Fargo Championship might be a possibility, but since he has usually built his schedule around the majors, the PGA Championship is where you might see him next. This is going to take place between May 19-22 at Southern Hills in Tulsa, OK.  At BetOnline, he is currently priced at +2500 to win in the golf betting futures.

You might say this is friendly territory for him, since he won the PGA title on that course back in 2007. He fired a 63 on the second round and never looked back. His scorecard read 71-63-69-69=272 and he beat Woody Austin by two strokes. He had tied for 12th at the U.S. Open there in 2001, seven shots off the lead.

In all, Tiger has won the PGA Championship four times (1999, 2000, 2006, 2007). And the defending champion is Phil Mickelson, who became the oldest player to win a major last year (50) and is listed at 125-1 for a repeat, as he is in a self-imposed exile at the moment.

Golf Betting — Then it’s on to Brookline for Tiger Woods

Less than a month after the PGA, the U.S. Open will be held in Brookline, MA. Tiger played there in the 1999 Ryder Cup, winning two of his five matches. As for the U.S. Open, the only major that doesn’t automatically invite its past champions back, he has three wins (2000, 2002, 2008). BetOnline has him at +5000 to win the U.S. Open.

Golf Betting — The Old Course has been good to him.

You might see Tiger at the British Open (more commonly known around the world as the “Open Championship”), a tournament he’s won three times (2000, 2005, 2006). Scheduled for July 14-17, it’s being held at the Old Course at St Andrews, which has hosted the Open 29 times.

This is the site of woof Woods’ most brilliant performances in the majors, as two of his three British Open titles has happened here.

In 2000, he went through the whole tournament without hitting into a single bunker, and shattered the record for the event with 19-under, winning by eight strokes. In 2005, he finished at 14-under, winning by five strokes over Colin Montgomerie.

At St. Andrews, Tiger Woods is priced at +3300 according to BetOnline, which needs to be your headquarters for golf betting. Take it all the way through the majors, and everything in between. Want to be on “Tiger Watch”? Do it there, and open up your account by using any cryptocurrency imaginable, including Bitcoin!

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Dirty has been an employee or owner of some of the top online sports gambling forums since 1998. He worked at EOG.com from it's inception until 2008 when he left and opened GamblingIQ and then in 2012 opened Handicappers Hidaway. He has written hundreds af articles over the years and always has his "Dirty Dozen" College Football poll up starting the first week of October.
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