Unless your best friend is Wilson, you now know that Tiger Woods is planning his second return to golf next week at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational. Why Firestone? Because he's won seven times there, and with no cut, Tiger is guaranteed four rounds of competitive golf before the PGA Championship.
So with his return comes all sorts of betting odds, and some are quite hysterical. Here are some of our favorites below, all coming from the UK site William Hill.
Tiger Woods to win: 10-to-1 -- He isn't winning next week, but only Tiger would draw such a crazy number on such an unlikely event happening. Remember, Darren Clarke was 150-to-1 at the Open Championship, and was way more likely to compete there than Tiger is at Firestone.
Tiger Woods to finish top 10: 4-to-5 -- The good news, Tiger has only finished out of the top four at this tournament once in his life. The bad news? That was last year, when he finished T-78. Also, the last time he was on a golf course competing, you didn't know who Alex Morgan was.
Tiger Woods straight down the fairway on first hole: 4-to-9 -- How bad is your gambling addiction if you're betting on this stuff? Still, would be fun, and Tiger misses the first-hole fairway a lot.
Tiger Woods first-hole score, eagle or better: 100-to-1 -- Seriously, if you bet on this, you hate money. Hate it. The opening hole at Firestone is a par-4, so you're saying that out of 100 times he plays it, he's going to hole out once? No chance. So funny. Tiger makes the public do strange things.
Anyway, we're excited for Tiger to return. Next week should be a lot of fun.