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Tiger Woods is back, and he's currently the No. 12 ranked golfer in the world. While he's been up and down as of late, finishing T-30 at THE PLAYERS Championship and T-10 at the WGC-Mexico Championship, his performance at the 2019 Masters is what really matters to golf fans.
Lowest Tournament Round: Under 68.5 Shots (-120)
While Woods has been inconsistent recently, he can still string together a remarkable round when he's in a groove. Woods shot a 66 in Round 2 of the WGC-Mexico Championship, and if he gets rolling like that again, he could have a round under 68.5 in the Masters.
First Round Score: Over 70.5 Shots (-120)
Woods has shot over 70.5 on the first round in both of his most recent appearances at the Masters, and he could do it again here. Given that Woods has been so up and down of late, it wouldn't be a surprise to see him start out a bit cold here.
Tiger Woods' record at the Masters as a pro:— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) April 9, 2019
2018: T32#LiveUnderPar pic.twitter.com/pSKQg00K8t
First Round First Hole Tee Shot to End on Fairway (-180)
The first hole has a narrow fairway, and Tiger has struggled with his driver accuracy at times this season. This could cause him to pull out an iron or a 3-wood, which could greatly increase his chances of landing on the fairway here.
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