Another round is in the books at the 2013 Masters, and that means we've got a new set of odds. Jason Day is currently the leader at 6-under after shooting 68 in round two, but with two rounds remaining, he's not the favorite to win it all at Augusta.
According to Bovada, Tiger Woods is still the favorite, though not as significantly as he was before the tournament. Woods began the tournament as a 7/2 favorite to win his fifth green jacket, and after a strong first round, he maintained his standing as the favorite at 3/1. After a not-so-perfect round two, Woods' odds are now 9/4, with Day at 6/1.
The entire top five has shifted heading into round three, outside of Woods. Brandt Snedeker is 10/1 as the third-favorite, Rory McIlroy comes in at 11/1 and Justin Rose rounds out the top five at 12/1. On day two, those spots were occupied by Dustin Johnson, Sergio Garcia, Matt Kuchar and Adam Scott.
Garcia, the former leader, is tied for 14th place at 2-under, and is now way down at 40/1 odds to win it all. Day started the tournament out at 40/1 odds, himself. Below, the full odds from Bovada:
|Bo Van Pelt||400/1|