I'm seeing 100-250 on Tiger.
Strictly keeping this discussion as it pertains to major tourneys it's an interesting concept. To bet one man v. a field of too many to count as 2 1/2 to one odds is absurd in most cases especially if you add into the fact that Tiger hasn't had his "A" game for the past year or so.
However, the man is a lethal competitor and traffic is a bit light on him. Sure the field is tougher on our guy than it was three four years ago but I have to put my money down on this one. 2004 was the first year since 1998 that Tiger didn't win one single major title. If he is able to add a fourth title (1997, 2001, 2002) he will assume his rightful place tied for second with Arnold Palmer for total career wins at the Masters with four. Nicklaus has six.
It all starts and ends with the Masters and no one is more aware of this than Tiger. He's hungry and not playing as poorly as the bombastic sports media would have you believe having won two $800,000 paydays by placing first in both the Ford Championship at Doral and the Buick Invitational in 2005. Besides, it's always fun to throw down on a great champion.
For exotics who better to go with than Shigeki Maruyama at 100-7000 who we last saw at the US Open giving household names Mickleson Weir, and Goosen all they could handle (the best of whom is coming off at 100-3000)?
Enjoy the Masters fellas.