Tiger Woods Betting Specials: Bookies make it 4/1 that Tiger Woods makes a cameo in Happy Gilmore 2 with Adam Sandler sequel on the cards!

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Tiger Woods is now 4/1 to appear in the new Happy Gilmore film with bookies offering a variety of betting specials around what happens to the Golfer in 2024.

Tiger Woods Betting Specials: Bookies make it 4/1 that Tiger Woods makes a cameo in Happy Gilmore 2 with Adam Sandler sequel on the cards!

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  • Bookies offer a variety of betting specials around Tiger Woods with odds he stars in Happy Gilmore 2
  • Odds also offered that Woods announces his retirement from Golf at some point in 2024
  • Woods finished in 60th at the Masters despite record-breaking 24th-straight cut

Bookies offer a variety of betting specials around Tiger Woods with odds he stars in Happy Gilmore 2

Tiger Woods remains one of, if not THE, most famous Golfer in the world despite not hitting the lofty heights of his past in recent years and bookies are now offering specials on his near-future.

Woods played in the 2024 Masters this past weekend and finished in his worst position he ever has at the competition, apart from missing a cut as an amateur in 1996 and withdrawing last year.

Despite a poor run at the event, Tiger was still one of the most talked about stars on the course and it's no surprise that bookmakers are offering betting specials on what he could do outside of Golf this year.

Iconic Golf movie Happy Gilmore is set to return for a sequel nearly 30 years on from the original with Adam Sandler working with Netflix on the movie and Woods could well make a cameo.

It's expected that Golf stars would love to appear in the film and it would therefore be no surprise to see Woods as one of those who makes a cameo with bookies putting him at 4/1 to do so.

Tiger Woods Betting SpecialsOddsProbability
To captain Team USA at 2025 Ryder Cup1/266.7%
To announce retirement from Golf in 20243/125.0%
To have a cameo in Happy Gilmore 24/120.0%
To get married in 20249/110.0%
What the expert says...

It's unclear what Tiger Woods will do next in his career, but bookies are already offering odds of what will follow after finishing 60th at the 2024 Masters. Woods is 1/2 to captain Team USA at the 2025 Ryder Cup with bookies saying there's a 66% chance that he does so, with odds also offered on him retiring from the sport at some point this year!

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Odds also offered that Woods announces his retirement from Golf at some point in 2024

Part of the betting specials market gives odds that Tiger Woods retires from Golf in 2024 and it may well be that it happens before he captains Team USA at the Ryder Cup next year.

Captaining the team's at the Ryder Cup usually signals that you're at the end of your career and you're put there as a leader and it'll be interesting to see what Woods next move is.

What's clear though is that Tiger Woods still has the pulling power in the sport of Golf with crowds gathering to watch him tee off at the Masters much more than any other player.

Woods finished in 60th at the Masters despite record-breaking 24th-straight cut

Tiger Woods hit the headlines at the Masters once again this past weekend with a record-breaking 24th-straight cut made by the five-time green jacket winner.

Unfortunately for Woods though he followed making the cut by hitting his worst-ever Masters Saturday with a round of 82, following that with a 77 on the Sunday to finish 16 over par.

This meant that Woods finished last out of the 60 players who made the cut but he will take confidence in the fact that he managed to finish a weekend at the Masters once again.

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