Gambler takes a chance on Tiger Woods to earn $10-million payday

This week's British Masters is only Westwood's sixth tournament of the season, a combination of choosing to play less and narrowly failing to qualify for the "other" Masters for the second year in succession. It has only added to the hype surrounding his next assault on the majors at Bethpage, starting on Thursday, with the Golf Channel website summing up the ludicrous sense of expectation with the headline: "If Tiger wins the US PGA, we're talking Grand Slam.' As Faldo is keen to stress, that remains a rather large "if". Meanwhile, Adducci feels confident about the upcoming PGA Championship event where Woods stands a 8-1 chance of winning according to official data.

Lucas Glover's statistics when winning the 2009 US Open here were remarkably similar to Woods's seven years earlier, so with that in mind let's have a look at some players who might be overpriced to win the second major of the year.

"Eighteen is, I think, a lot closer than people think", said reigning PGA Championship and U.S. Open victor Brooks Koepka.

"When I'm asked whether Tiger can catch Jack, I believe Augusta is the -perfect place for him to win more -majors, but the future of the other ones I'm not 100 per cent sure of". DraftKings will be hosting another Millionaire Maker for the 2019 PGA Championship, and this article is meant to help you win the $1,000,000 prize! His last 6 tournament results are: 20th, 15th, 10th, 30th, 5th, and 1st at the Masters. He began his Bethpage Black preparations last week.

In truth, Woods would have nearly certainly played a prep event but for the fatigue and soreness which inevitably followed his Georgia heroics. Koepka held off Woods in last year's PGA Championship but fell one shot short of him in this year's Masters.

Adducci's win represented the largest golf payout ever for William Hill's USA arm but he now stands to make nearly ten times more if his latest bet comes off.

But here's the newsflash, folks: John Daly isn't Tiger Woods. "That's what I loved about him most". Specifically, Bethpage hosted the 2002 and 2009 U.S. Opens. Only time will tell if it all pays off for Adducci but we'll find out soon enough with the PGA Championship coming up right around the corner. The 53-year-old former champion requested to use a cart, which the PGA of America approved under its American with Disabilities Act guidelines.

"Before the Masters, I didn't know if the five inches between his ears was calmed down, or giving him confidence again, or not", Nicklaus said.

New York's Long Island is famous for its rich residents and extravagant parties, but even the Great Gatsby himself might blush at the extent of the fireworks should the Great Golfer make it two in a row after an 11-year major void.

"He played well. He wasn't spectacular, he wasn't knocking out all the flags".

Dustin Johnson, the No. 1 player in the world, also was a runner-up at the Masters. "I think Bethpage is one of those kind of incredible miracles".

"I don't know about you guys, but watching the last putt at the Masters, (it was a) "I can't wait to go out and hit some 7-irons in my back yard" kind of thing, because you just kind of get the bug".