Has Tiger Woods hit rock bottom? Will Tiger Woods ever win another golf tournament? Will Tiger Woods ever be healthy again? These are the questions I want answered. However, offshore sportsbooks have other ideas.
Since turning professional over 20 years ago, Woods has become a global icon and one of the most recognizable athletes in the world. But when you are on top of the mountain, the only thing that is going back down, and right now Woods is spiraling. Woods is now 41 years old and his body has shown major signs of wear and tear. I don't see his health getting any better soon. He's had a series of back surgeries that have led to a three years without a PGA Tour win, and I'm sorry Woods fans but I don't see him winning another PGA tournament.
Offshore sports book PaddyPower has taken the Woods futures betting in a new direction and has odds on which sponsor will drop Woods next. Who knows how many tournaments Woods will play again and who knows how he will play when he does decide to step on the course again, but we can all agree we will never see the same Tiger Woods. All I know right now is that Woods' best golfing days are behind him, and these young guns on the course have no fear of him.
First Sponsor to Drop Tiger - Odds Provided PaddyPower
The favorite is Bridgestone at 2-1, and I have no problem with that, but I'm completely shocked that TaylorMade is 14-1. You would think that playing golf and playing well would be good for a company, and with golf becoming a young man's sport it wouldn't shock me to see TaylorMade break ties with Woods first.
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