Entering this week, many shops had Woods, McIlroy and Adam Scott as nearly equal co-favorites. With Woods now out of the field for the first time since 1994, McIlroy's odds were trimmed from 10/1 to 8/1 at the LVH Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. Scott, meanwhile, remained at 10/1 and is now joined at those odds by Jason Day, who hasn't teed it up since winning the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship in February.
Skybet, which operates out of the U.K., now lists McIlroy as a 7/1 favorite, followed by Scott at 9/1 and Phil Mickelson at 14/1. Here's a look at the revised odds for some of the Masters favorites following Woods' withdrawal:
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