Tiger Woods' MAJOR BETTING ODDS 2022: The Masters, The Open, US Open, US PGA

Can Tiger Woods do the unthinkable and win a 16th career major in 2022? Bookies have just released prices - what do you make of these?!

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Fri, 10 Dec 2021

Tiger Woods' MAJOR BETTING ODDS 2022: The Masters, The Open, US Open, US PGA

The golf betting odds for Tiger Woods in the four majors (The Masters, The Open, US Open and US PGA Championship) in 2022 have been revealed by the leading bookmakers - and it's fair to say they are not taking too many chances!

Odds have been compiled by the bookies as a result of Woods, 45, returning to competitive action alongside his 12-year-old son Charlie Woods at the father-son PNC Championship next weekend. 

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Woods has made it clear that he has a very long way to go in his recovery until he is competing in PGA Tour or major tournaments in 2022, but the fact he has agreed to peg it up with his son in the 36-hole tournament on December 18 to 19 in Florida has to be a positive sign. 

In the list below, we have flagged up the best and worst prices you can currently get on Woods to win each of the four majors in 2022.

RELATED: HOW TO WATCH TIGER AND CHARLIE PLAY IN THE PNC CHAMPIONSHIP 

No doubt much will change depending on how Woods plays next weekend. 

Should Woods not play in any of the 2022 majors, you will get your money back. The only time you would lose your money is if he starts the tournament and then withdraws. 

Woods did the unthinkable in 2019 when returning to action to win his 15th career major at The Masters - and his first major win since the 2008 US Open. 

Can he now make it sweet 16? Check out the prices for Woods to win a major in 2022 below.

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TIGER WOODS' ODDS TO WIN EACH OF THE FOUR MAJORS IN 2022 (odds as of December 10, 2021): 

The Masters, 7-10 April, Augusta National, Georgia, USA

Best price: 60/1 (Bet365)
Worst price: 33/1 (Coral)

US PGA, 19-22 May, Southern Hills, California, USA

Best price: 60/1 (Betfred)
Worst price: 40/1 (Unibet)

US Open, 16-19 June, Brookline, Massachusetts, USA

Best price: 70/1 (Betfred)
Worst price: 40/1 (Unibet)

The Open, 14-17 July, Old Course at St Andrews, Scotland

Best price: 50/1 (Bet365)
Worst price: 33/1 (Unibet)

What do you make of the above prices for Tiger Woods to win one of the four majors in 2022? Fair prices or far too short? Share your thoughts and comments over on our social media channels.