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2012 Masters Odds: Craig Stadler Has Long Odds To Win, But Martin Laird Significantly Better

Craig Stadler won the 1982 Masters Tournament and has been looking ever since to recapture that glory. But the 58-year-old Denver resident will struggle against the odds this year. Stadler has 5000/1 odds to win at Augusta National this year, according to Bovada. That puts him in a tie for last place with Ben Crenshaw, winner of the 1984 and 1995 Masters Tournaments.

Martin Laird, who attended Colorado State, is in the meaty part of the middle with 125/1 odds to win the 2012 Masters. In 2011, Laird finished tied for 20th in his first year at Augusta National.

Tiger Woods, of course, comes in with the best odds at 4/1. Last year's winner, Charl Schwartzel checks in with 33/1 odds while Rory McIlroy is second only to Tiger with 11/2 odds. Phil Mickelson is right behind at 11/2.

Feeling risking? Put some money down on Craig Stadler.

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