Tiger Woods has been made joint-favourite for each of the remaining three majors this year following his stunning victory at Augusta - and he's also 150/1 to win the lot!
- Scroll down for tournament odds & Tiger's course records for the each of the next three majors
Woods finished on 13-under-par on Sunday on a stunning final day to claim his fifth green jacket by one shot.
Woods' success delivered his 15th major title, 11 years since winning his last - the US Open - and 14 years after he last donned the famous green jacket.
It completed arguably the greatest comeback story in sport with Woods at one point doubting whether he would ever be able to pick up a golf club again after numerous back surgeries.
How many majors will Tiger Woods end up with in 2019?
- One - 2/7
- Two - 5/2
- Three - 20/1
- Four - 150/1
Those injuries and off the course scandals saw Woods slump to 1,005th in the world rankings back in July 2017. Less that two years later he is a major champion again.
However this does not conclude the story, as Woods' form over the four days of the Master and especially his final round of 70 rolled back the years to the Tiger of old, as he became stronger as the final round went on, and his rivals started to crumble in Woods' shadow.
Jordan Spieth once commented that he and others of his generation wished they could face Woods at his very best, as they wanted to truly test themselves against the man that inspired them to take up the game.
Well it could be a case of 'careful what you wish for', as Tiger is truly back and now targeting further success, with Jack Nicklaus' 18 Majors now a realistic achievement again.
The US PGA provides the next opportunity at Bethpage Black in New York from May 16 and Woods has been made 9/1 favourite by Sky Bet to make it two from two in 2019.
Woods shares the favourites' tag with fellow American Dustin Johnson, who finished a shot behind Woods at Augusta.
It is a similar pattern with the US Open, June 13-16, and the Open, July 18-21, with Woods and Johnson 8/1 favourites for the US competition, and Rory McIIroy and Woods 8/1 joints to win in Northern Ireland at Royal Portrush.
Woods, who last won the US Open in 2008 and The Open in 2006, is 5/2 with Sky Bet to win two Majors in 2019, 20/1 to deliver three, and 150/1 to complete a 2019 Grand Slam.
Tournament Odds and Tiger Woods' record at each major
US PGA (Sky Bet Odds)
- Tiger Woods 9/1
- Dustin Johnson 9/1
- Rory McIIroy 10/1
- Brooks Koepka 14/1
- Justin Thomas 14/1
- Jon Rahm 18/1
- Francesco Molinari 20/1
- Justin Rose 20/1
Tiger Woods record at Bethpage Black
Woods won the 2002 US Open at the tough New York course, his three-under-par total making him the only man to break par and earning him one million US dollars.
He was tied for sixth in the same event when it returned in 2009 but will not have such fond memories of his last visit in 2012 - he aggravated knee and back injuries en route to a tie for 38th at The Barclays, contributing to his fall down the world rankings.
US Open (Sky Bet Odds)
- Tiger Woods 8/1
- Dustin Johnson 8/1
- Rory McIIroy 12/1
- Justin Rose 14/1
- Brooks Koepka 16/1
- Justin Thomas 16/1
- Bryson Dechambeau 18/1
- Francesco Molinari 22/1
Tiger Woods' record at Pebble Beach
Woods' 2000 US Open success at the California venue came by a record margin of 15 strokes as he once more finished as the only man under par at 12 under.
He finished three off the lead as he tied for fourth in 2010 while Pebble Beach is also one of the three host courses for his annual Tiger Woods Invitational along the Monterey Peninsula.
The Open (Sky Bet Odds)
- Tiger Woods 8/1
- Rory McIIroy 8/1
- Dustin Johnson 12/1
- Francesco Molinari 14/1
- Justin Rose 14/1
- Jon Rahm 18/1
- Rickie Fowler 18/1
- Brooks Koepka 20/1
Tiger Woods' record at Royal Portrush
Woods has never even played in Northern Ireland, let alone at the 2012 Irish Open host venue. He admitted in November that he plans to travel early to the event in July, "probably in the week before just to help familiarise myself with the course".
Tiger Woods' prospects for the 2020 majors
Masters - Augusta
Woods will be back at Augusta looking for a sixth win, having added Sunday's success to those in 1997, 2001, 2002 and 2005.
He also has nine other top-10 finishes in his 22 visits to date, as well as being the low amateur on his 1995 debut, and 1996 was his only missed cut in the event.
US PGA Championship - TPC Harding Park
The municipal course in San Francisco has hosted just one PGA Tour event since its refurbishment in the 1980s - the 2005 World Golf Championships American Express Championship.
Woods was one of 11 players tied for second on that occasion, three shots behind champion Colin Montgomerie. That group also featured Sergio Garcia and Ian Poulter but the course will be an unfamiliar one for most of the field.
US Open - Winged Foot
The next major marks a return to a slightly more familiar venue, though not one which has brought huge success for Woods.
He was in contention, tied for fifth, after three rounds of the US PGA Championship in 1997 but then fell away, and missed the cut in the 2006 US Open.
Open Championship - Royal St George's
The Kent venue hosts the grand old championship for the third time this century, having seen one-off major victories for Ben Curtis in 2003 and Darren Clarke in 2011.
Woods finished two strokes behind Curtis, tied for fourth at one over par, but did not compete in 2011.
Odds correct of 0830 on 15/4/19