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Paddy Power 2013 US Masters Special – 6 Place Payout

Visit Paddy PowerPaddy Power is really pulling out all the stops on the US Masters this year. They are paying out six places at 1/4 the odds, giving punters a better chance of grabbing a return on this year’s first major golf tournament.

To qualify for the offer you will need to place a Pre Tournament Outright winner bet on the US Masters, dead heat rules apply, visit Paddy Power online for full details.

The most Backed Contenders for the Masters

Tiger Woods has become this year’s favourite to win at the Masters, as the numbers show Tiger has been backed the most by Paddy Powers punters.

This is not surprising as his current form has been phenomenal and his previous US Masters record is one any professional golfer would love to achieve.

Woods is a four time US Masters champion, and has finished in the top five 59% out of the time in his last 17 appearances at the Masters. Since the start of 2013 Tiger has three tour wins to his name making him current favorite to win the Masters this year.

World Number 2 Rory Mcllroy is another golfer who is also being widely backed by the punters at Paddy Power. Rory has never won the Masters before, but he has just come back into form when he finished second in the Texas Open and hit a 66 in the final round.

Justin Roses current odds at Paddy Power has definitely attracted a lot of interest. As Paddy is paying out to 6 places on the Masters Justin could be the one to back for the chance of a nice return.

Phil Mickelson is a two time US Masters Champion who has also finished in the top six 11 times out of his 17 appearances at the Masters. The Punters at Paddy are really backing Mickelson to win it this year, and they could be in for a tidy pay out if Big Phil performs on the green.

The public have not been shy to back Lee Westwood to win the US Masters this year. The former world number 1 has never won a major golfing competition before but as Paddy are paying out to six places he really could be one to go for.

Louis Oosthuizen struck an incredible 253 yard shot on the second hole in last year’s Masters which lead to the best finish of his career at the Masters so far. The South African has become very popular amongst Paddy Powers members, and his current odds stand he is looking an attractive bet.

Go to Paddy Power today and check out the latest odds on the US Masters.

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