It’s hardly a shock that the majority of Masters prop bets would involve Tiger Woods, but there are still plenty of others to choose from that could prove more lucrative.

Tiger Woods
The eyes and ears of bettors are on Tiger Woods to see if he roars. But bets on a guy in a red shirt aren’t the only props to have people thinking green. (Image: CNN International)

While the speculation on how Woods will fare, other favorites at the Augusta National have been lumped into an interesting wager of who will finish higher after four rounds? Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth, and Justin Thomas. All are at +260, but Johnson should probably be considered the leader of the group.

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The amateurs have a similar bet. Joaquin Niemann gets the nod at 2/1. Doc Redman is next at 4/1, followed by Doug Ghim, Harry Ellis, Yuxin Lin, and Matt Parziale at 5/1.

And don’t overlook the seniors. Of the past winners over 50 who are playing, Fred Couples is the top pick at +165. Bernhard Langer and Vijay Singh are next at +340. Jose Maria Olazabal is +775, Mark O Meara +1400, Larry Mize and Sandy Lyle are at + 1435 and Ian Woosnam at +1400.

Betting on Couples might not be the smartest play, however. His notoriously fickle back could cause him to withdraw and is not worth the lower odds. Singh could finish on top of this group. He has won a Champions Tour event this year and has usually played well at Augusta National.

The best bet the older set might be able to help on is the highest score on any hole and the highest round. The highest score on any hole is set at eight and the over could easily be achieved by either the seniors or the amateurs. The over of 82.5 could be reached by the same set of players.

Justin Thomas
Justin Thomas is one of the favorites to win the Masters Tournament despite his best finish being a tied for 22nd. (Image: Getty)

Playoffs at the Masters happen and this could be a year for one. There is a lot of parity among competitors and with no clear-cut favorite two golfers could be playing extra holes on Sunday. The yes for that bet is +235.

The offshore sportsbooks never fail to come up with something crazy when it comes to side bets and they have a couple of good ones this year. The first is who will the winner hug first after his caddie when he wins. The first choice at +165 is their girlfriend. Next is their child at +225, followed by their wife holding a child at +305.

Will the winner cry on the 18th green after winning? The yes is the underdog at +550, while the no is +1000.

Apparel is another category that is represented. Which sponsor will be on the winner’s hat is one bet and TaylorMade is the top choice at +325. Titleist is next at +405 and Under Armour follows at +650.

All Tiger, All the Time

The bets on Woods are not nearly as creative, and all are performance driven. The first Tiger prop is “Will he make the cut?” with the yes at -135 and the no at -105. “Will Tiger Woods withdraw from the Masters?” has the yes at +250 and the no at -365.

He is also pitted head to head with other golfers. Against defending champion Sergio Garcia he is a -170 favorite to have a better finish, but when placed with McIlroy he is an underdog at +100.

The best odds of any of the bets on Woods is whether he will lead after any round. The yes is a +600, while the no is at -1000.