While Sunday’s back nine is always a tense and exhilarating affair, it is an experience than can be further enhanced by the prospect of collecting some cool, hard cash. The 2012 Masters is perhaps the most eagerly anticipated golf tournament of all time, and bookmakers are bracing themselves for a steady influx in the lead up to the event.
Many punters will be tempted to look towards the front of field where the world’s top players are all in scintillating form, but the top heavy market has left a lot of value slightly further down the line.
With the likes of Zach Johnson, Trevor Immelman, Angel Cabrera and our reigning champion Charl Schwartzel well down many people’s lists before their respective wins, the Masters is a tournament with a proclivity of providing long priced winners.
Here are four outsiders who might make it a very profitable weekend.