Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are longshots at this year’s Masters despite the pair boasting eight green between them. But when it comes to one particular wager they’re already leading at Augusta National. And it’s not even close.

Woods and Mickelson have odds to win this week of 140-to-1 and 200-to-1, respectively. However, a matchup bet pitting the two against each other is drawing a LOT of action right now.

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According to SportsBetting.ag, of their 50-plus matchup bets being offered, the matchup of these two Hall-of-Famers is drawing the most interest. By far. In fact, they have seen six times as many wagers on Tiger vs. Phil than any other matchup.

In the bet, Woods is a slight underdog (+108) to Mickelson (-129). This, despite the fact that Tiger’s tournament odds are shorter. Both are slight underdogs to even make the cut and play the weekend

It should be noted here that this is just a theoretical matchup. Woods will play the first two rounds with Jason Day and Max Homa, while Mickelson finds himself paired with Tony Finau and Sepp Straka.

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Woods and Mickelson famously played a practice round together ahead of the 2018 Masters (pictured above). And that day helped pave the way for them playing against each other in the first edition of Capital One’s The Match later in the year when Mickelson won the $9 million prize.

Woods won the last of his five green jackets in 2019. Mickelson hasn’t won the Masters since 2010, but he finished T-2 last year at age 52.


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