2012 Masters Odds: Tiger And Rory On Top, Couples In Top Half

The 2012 Masters starts this weekend at Augusta National in Georgia. After winning the 2012 Arnold Palmer Invitational in March, Tiger Woods is the 4/1 favorite to win this year's tournament according to Las Vegas Sports Betting. Close behind Woods is Mcllroy who is listed with 5/1 odds.

Seattle-native Fred Couples is getting 125/1 odds to win it all. Couples won the Masters back in 1992 — his 20-year-old victory remains his one and only major win in his 32-year professional career.

Kyle Stanley, a Gig Harbor native, will be making his first ever Masters appearance. He has 80/1 odds to win the tournament. The Bellarmine Prep grad won the Waste Management Phoenix Open in early February.

Another player with Northwest ties, Ben Crane from Portland, Ore., is listed with 150/1 odds. Crane has three top finishes in the nine PGA tour events he has entered in 2012.

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