With Tiger Woods injured I'm actually not as interested as I would normally be. Not really a fan of him as a person, but I long for the days of him dominating golf, he was a joy to watch. In fact I think that's true for me about any individual sport. The better the individual the more I want them to dominate and entertain; tennis, snooker, darts, athletics. I want someone to challenge, but I love it when the big guy wins through in the end. The opposite is true for team sports where I like the idea that the team can overcome the individual brilliance of others, in those instances, like this season's Premier League, I love how close it is at the top and how anything could happen.
Anyway, back to the golf. Rory McIlroy will be backed heavily, whether he's worth it or not, but like the Grand National last weekend all recent golf tournaments have been a bit of a crap shoot and the Masters is no different. The best way to extract value from your betting is through ehanced places in each way bets and boosts / sharb opportunities. Clearly they require a large bankroll (and if you've read previous posts that's just not me at the moment) so it's just a few each ways for me.
All the US Masters Betting Offers are useful, although I have to say a refund if Rory McIlroy hits a hole in one is a long shot!