You can bet on a golfer to win any of the four 2018 major championships
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You can bet on a golfer to win any of the four 2018 major championships

Golf's four biggest tournaments, the sport's majors -- the Masters, US Open, British Open Championship and PGA Championship -- are the four weeks which see the most betting action in Las Vegas and beyond.

During major weeks, bettors are looking for golfers who they think will both win the tournament and pay off at a decent value if they hoist the life-changing trophy. However, betting odds for the four majors open up well before majors season begins (Masters betting odds usually open up not too long after the tournament ends) and give fans a chance to pick up good odds on players who they anticipate will come around by the time the majors slate begins in April.

However, the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook -- the best sportsbook in all of Sin City -- is giving golf fans a chance to place a wager on a golfer to win ANY of the four majors in 2018. You'll lose a little bit of juice compared to single-event odds, but then you can make just one bet and sit back to enjoy what happens next.

Take a look at some of the odds for 2018.

2018 golf major championships: Odds to win ANY of the Masters, US Open, British Open, PGA Championship

  • Tiger Woods: +2000
  • Jordan Spieth: +150
  • Jon Rahm: +350
  • Justin Thomas: +350
  • Dustin Johnson: +150
  • Brooks Koepka: +500
  • Rory McIlroy: +250
  • Patrick Reed: +1200
  • Rickie Fowler: +350
  • Justin Rose: +450
  • Hideki Matsuyama: +350
  • Phil Mickelson: +1200

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