You can bet on how much TV time Tiger Woods will get at the Genesis Open

February 05, 2018

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Super Bowl LII is in the books, but that doesn't mean the prop bets have to stop. There's a whole new list of Tiger Woods wagers out there, but a couple regarding his TV coverage have caught our eye.

Woods will tee it up at next week's Genesis Open, but BetDSI has already released several ways to bet on Tiger, including a prop regarding how much TV time the 14-time major champ will get. Woods was featured prominently on both Golf Channel and CBS during his PGA Tour return last week at the Farmers Insurance Open. That didn't come as much of a surprise, but there were still some who complained that his T-23 didn't require such extensive coverage. In any event, he's a straight up bet against the field when it comes to air time:

More broadcast time during 2018 Genesis Open
Tiger Woods -115
Field -115

And he's a heavy favorite to be shown more than the eventual winner on Sunday, provided he makes it to Sunday:

Will Tiger Woods receive more broadcast time than winner during final round (must make cut for action)
Yes -150
No +120

That seems like more of a lock than the SB prop bet that Justin Timberlake would cover a Prince song during halftime. I'm still kicking myself for missing out on that one. . . Anyway, here's a look at the rest of the Tiger Woods prop bets for next week's tournament at Riviera, where he's never won and hasn't played competitively since 2006:

Will Tiger Woods make the cut?
Yes -140
No +110

Will Tiger Woods be within 5 strokes of lead at any point Sunday (must make cut for action)
Yes +140
No -170

Will Tiger Woods hit ball into pot bunker in middle of No. 6 green?
Yes +150
No -180

How many fairways will Tiger Woods hit in first round?
Over 4.5 (-115)
Under 4.5 (-115)

Tiger Woods driving accuracy percentage
Over 32.5 (-115)
Under 32.5 (-115)

Woods hit only 30.36 percent of his fairways at the Farmers, but still, those fairway props look awfully inviting. After all, that was Woods' lowest posted driving accuracy since. . . oh, 2005 at Riviera. These oddsmakers are good, too.