Brit bookies cut odds on Woods playing at Masters


LONDON (AP)—British bookmaker William Hill has cut the odds on Tiger Woods playing at the Masters.

The world’s No. 1 golfer is taking an indefinite break from the game since aNovember car crash outside his home in Florida and reports of maritalinfedility.

Shortly after the crash, William Hill was giving 4-6 odds that Woods wouldbe back in time for the Masters in April. On Wednesday, the company cut the oddsto 1-4.

William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams says “we’ve only taken money on the oneside that he will be playing there, so that’s why we shortened it right up.”

Adams says they have taken 224 bets and 217 of them are that Woods will beplaying at Augusta National.