The PGA Tour will head to Florida at the end of the month, and when the Tour shifts to the American southeast that means the Masters isn't too far away.
It’s Masters week, so the eyes of the sporting world will again turn to those perfect fairways of the immaculate and iconic Augusta National Golf Club.
The 82nd Masters tees off Thursday from storied Augusta National, and many of the most popular props are on Tiger Woods.
The opening betting favorite was Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy at +900, but he has now slipped to a +1000 second-favorite to Jordan Spieth (+900).
It's not the most exciting of styles, but Bubba Watson has a game that looks like its tailor-made for a course like Augusta.
Without Tiger Woods, everybody can play their games without having to wonder where the next media scrum is going to be.
As the skeptics grow and the belief in him wanes, it's perfectly understandable for people to jump off the Tiger bandwagon for good. Not me.
The first three days have each had their bizarre episodes and we expect the fourth round is expected to deliver the same type of craziness
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