Tiger Woods captured a five stroke win at the PGA Championship. This 12th major championship win shows he is clearly back on top of his golf game and will enter 2007 poised to continue his dominance in Majors. Although Tiger Woods golf pro definitely will be listed as an overwhelming favorite in each of the four major championships, PinnacleSports.com has listed Tiger Woods‘ as a 41/1 long shot to capture the elusive Grand Slam 2007.
The Internet’s largest sports betting site, PinnacleSports.com has created a unique betting option on how many major golf championships Tiger Woods will win next year. The world’s top-ranked player is favored to finish with only one major title in 2007 at 7/5 odds (i.e., win $7 for every $5 bet). PinnacleSports.com lists the chances of Tiger Woods finishing with two majors under his belt next year at 12/5, while the chances that Woods falls just one title short of completing the Grand Slam 2007 is 10/1. Tiger fans can earn the highest return on their money if Tiger Woods makes history by completing the Grand Slam, earning $41.00 for every $1.00 bet (41/1 odds). Meanwhile, the odds that Woods closes 2007 major-less stands at odds of 5/2.
“While both history and the odds are against Tiger Woods achieving golf immortality by capturing all four majors next year, bettors never put anything past Tiger as he’s proved his doubters wrong time and again,” said Simon Noble of PinnacleSports.com. “Players love betting on anything involving Tiger Woods, and if his hot play carries over into next year, those taking a chance on a 2007 Tiger Slam could cash in on the long shot.”
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Tiger Woods captured a five stroke win at PGA Championship.