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Move out of the way Rory McIlroy, because Las Vegas has jumped back on the Tiger Woods bandwagon heading into Augusta National.
Just a few days ago, McIlroy was the favorite to win the Masters, kicking off April 5, but after Tiger's impressive win at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, things have switched back to Tiger.
A 7-to-1 favorite before Bay Hill, Tiger has moved to a 4-to-1 favorite, according to the Las Vegas Hotel and Casino Sportsbook, a number that will still get a ton of action after Tiger was able to win his first PGA Tour event since September of 2009.