Will Woods win the 2019 Masters? We’ll have to wait and [email protected] brings a renewed confidence and introspection to Augusta National this year, hoping to hear those Sunday roars. pic.twitter.com/IvI5HCNfwc— Masters Tournament (@TheMasters) April 10, 2019The buzz is certainly building around the golfer.Strong words from legend @JackNicklaus. 💭He likes what he sees in @TigerWoods’ game.#LiveUnderPar pic.twitter.com/S19NIlAZQQ— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) April 10, 2019Check out his record at Augusta National: Tiger Woods’ record at the Masters as a pro:1997: 1st1998: T81999: T182000: 5th2001: 1st2002: 1st2003: T152004: T222005: 1st2006: T32007: T22008: 2nd2009: T62010: T42011: T42012: T402013: T42015: T172018: T32#LiveUnderPar pic.twitter.com/pSKQg00K8t— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) April 9, 2019 “William Hill, the London-based casino conglomerate that operates 115 sports books in Nevada and others in states across the country, accepted a $85,000 bet on Tiger Woods to win the Masters at 14-1 from a customer in one of its Nevada books on Tuesday afternoon. We’ll save you the math: The payout would be $1,190,000, which now accounts for the largest liability on a single wager in William Hill’s U.S. history.When reached out on the phone on Tuesday evening, William Hill’s Director of Trading Nick Bogdanovich said he thought the bettor—whom was likely a first-time customer at the book—had likely made a mistake when entering the wager.“I thought it was probably an $85 or $8,500 bet,” Bogdanovich said. “But they were for real.”MASTERS LEADERBOARD 2019:Live scores, results from Round 1 play at Augusta An unidentified gambler in Las Vegas will pocket nearly $1.2 million if Tiger Woods wins the Masters for the first time since 2005, according to Golf Digest.