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US Masters Betting 2010

This week sees the start of the 2010 US Masters at Augusta National in Georgia, USA.

Last year saw Angel Caberra win his first ever major championship when winning the coveted Green Jacket that is awarded to every Masters champion.

The big news of the 2010 Masters must be the return of Tiger Woods after his few months out of the game of golf due to personal reasons.

The field is quite open this year and there are some great betting deals to be had.

So why not take a chance on your US Masters Golf Betting.

Also do not forget to check out the Grand National Betting pages here at Findabet with the famous race being under a week away!

US Masters Golf 2010

It is nearly that time of the year again for the first major of the golfing calendar, the 2010 US Masters.

I guess the big question on everybody’s lips will be if Tiger Woods is to make an appearance or not at this years Masters.

We are busy updating our US Masters Betting pages here at Findabet and promise to bring you the best coverage for betting on the 2010 US Masters.

2009 US Masters Day Three Review

Angel Cabrera

Day three of the 2009 US Masters finished with Argentina’s
Angel Cabrera and America’s Kenny Perry both sharing the lead at eleven under par.

Chad Campbell is in second place at nine under par with Jim Furyk in third place at eith under par.

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Cabrera shot a three-under 69 and Perry a 70, with Chad Campbell leading the chasing pack on nine under.

Jim Furyk and Steve Stricker carded 68s, with Ian Poulter and Lee Westwood the leading Europeans on four under.

Padraig Harrington and Tiger Woods had problems and look unlikely to figure, while Sergio Garcia carded a 75.

Shingo Katayama of Japan, bidding to become the first Asian to win a men's major, was tied with South African Rory Sabbatini and American Todd Hamilton on six under.

Tiger Woods (70) and Phil Mickelson (71), numbers one and two in the world, will be disappointed not to have made up more ground as they finished four under in joint 10th.

"I think for me to have a chance it will take a round of 64 or 65 [on Sunday]," said Mickelson. "But I think it's out there.

"A lot of things happen on Sunday at Augusta, and I would never put it past happening again. At this golf course funny things can happen and if you get momentum on your side and you're making some birdies, you can make a lot of them."

2009 US Masters Day Two Review

Day two of the 2009 US Masters saw a slight change in the weather with gusting winds and overcast skies. Some great rounds were still carded and we see Chad Campbell and Kenny Perry sharing the lead on nine under par.

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Kenny Perry shot a bogey-free five-under-par 67 to join Chad Campbell at the top of the Masters leaderboard on nine under after two rounds at Augusta.

Overnight leader Campbell fired a two-under-par 70 while Angel Cabrera carded a 68 to sit third on eight under.

Tiger Woods had another low-key round and is two under after a level-par 72.

Northern Ireland teenager Rory McIlroy dropped five shots in the last three holes but avoided disqualification for kicking sand in a bunker on the 18th.

Woods, who returned an opening-round 70 on Thursday, had birdies on holes 6 and 8 and bogeys on 7 and 9. After birdying 15 he bogeyed 18 for the second day running.

"There were a lot of wasted opportunities out there," he said. "I hit some good putts today, better than yesterday for sure, but I still didn't make much.

"Obviously I need to play a bit better over the weekend than I have been. I need to make few more putts and hopefully get it going."

On each of the three previous occasions Woods has started a Masters by shooting 70, he has gone on to claim victory.

But the 33-year-old, competing in his first major since knee surgery, had before never failed to score in the 60s on Friday having shot a 70 on Thursday.

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2009 US Masters Day One Review

US Masters 2009 Day One
Day One of the 2009 US Masters saw Chad Cambell lead the masters after a first round 65. Tiger Woods is 5 shots off the lead after carding a two under par 70 on the first day at the Augusta National Golf Course.

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Chad Campbell led the Masters after the first round yielded low scores aplenty in perfect conditions at Augusta.

Campbell, 34, surged to nine under, before two late bogeys left him with a seven-under 65, one ahead of fellow Americans Jim Furyk and Hunter Mahan.

Tiger Woods was in decent shape five shots off the lead, and one adrift of leading Europeans Padraig Harrington, Ross Fisher and Graeme McDowell.

Phil Mickelson and Sergio Garcia both disappointed with rounds of 73.

Accessible pin placings, sunny weather and light winds took much of the fire out of the course. And many players were eager to make the most of the situation while they could.

Campbell had a perfect start, with birdies on each of the first five holes, before he bided his time a little, playing par golf from the sixth to the 11th.

But the Texan exploded into life again with putts of between six and eight feet disappearing into the cup for birdies at 12, 13 and 14.

Through the green in two at the long 15th, a brilliant chip back set up a tap-in for the ninth birdie.

Par golf from there would have given him a 63 to match the course record established by Greg Norman in 1996 and Nick Price 10 years earlier. But the round ended poorly - an approach into the bunker at 17 brought him his first dropped shot, and he finished off with a missed short putt for par at the last.

Woods, making his first major appearance in a major since winning last year's US Open after being sidelined with knee surgery, was a slow starter.

But a two-putt birdie at 13 took him to one under and he followed with a 20-foot birdie putt at the next before picking up another shot at the 15th.

The 16th and 17th saw birdie chances come and go, but he went to the last just one shot away from the group tying for sixth place on four under.

However, he over-hit his approach and could not keep his third shot on the top tier of the green, so it was a closing bogey and a two-under-par 70 for the four-time Masters winner.

Harrington, hunting a third major win on the bounce, took longer than some to find his rhythm. But the traditionally awkward stretch of holes known as Amen Corner smiled on the Irishman, with birdies at 12 and 13.

A bogey six on the long 15th - a hole which has got the better of him several times in the past - was a blow Harrington could have done without.

But he saved a good par at the short 16th after going way too long, birdied the 440-yard 17th with a brilliant putt from the fringe and almost made another from 15 feet on the last.

"The golf course is set up for good scoring," said Harrington. "I was disappointed with 14, 15, 16 where there were opportunities, but this round keeps me in the tournament. I'm happy."

Defending champion Trevor Immelman had three straight birdies on the back nine on his way to a one-under-par 71.

Fisher, the 28-year-old from Berkshire making his Masters debut, was one of the early starters. He was a shot clear of the pack when walking off the 16th green with a birdie following a confidently-struck downhill putt.

An approach hit into a greenside bunker and an ill-directed tee shot cost him strokes at each of the last two holes, however, to knock the gloss off his round.

Fisher said: "If you can walk off Augusta National disappointed with a 69 you were doing something right. You dream of playing in the Masters and I've been dreaming of it for a very long time.

"Just to get an invitation and feel you belong is a great achievement. Being my first Masters, obviously I'm going to cherish every moment, but I feel like I have a chance of winning. I'm here to do my best and do my damnedest to win."

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2009 US Masters Golf Championship

It is that time of the year again.

The 2009 US Masters gets underway this Thursday the 9th April 2009 from Augusta Georgia on the famous Alistair McKensie course.

If you fancy a bet, Tiger Woods is the current favorite running at 15/8 with Phil Mickelson at 8/1.

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