BOOKIES aren't seeing much money on Tiger Woods despite William Hill quoting him at 14-1 to win the Players Championship.
Woods came close to winning the US Masters before sitting out injured but he'll be back in the hunt at Sawgrass.
Phile Mickelson is equally friendless at 16-1 with Hills who have been seeing money on Sergio Garcia at 55-1.
Punters believe he can be inspired and win in honour of his fellow countryman Seve Ballesteros but that's unlikely to happen.
If you want a run for your money look no further than consistent American Dustin Johnson who is 45-1 with Hills. Take him and 40-1 Nick Watney each way.
Hills spokesman Graham Sharpe said: “Tiger’s legion of followers have all but disappeared and Mickelson is also out of favour after his Masters failure. Amazingly the money is for almost all competitors with Sergio set to be the biggest loser in the book!”
Woods is 6-5 with Hills for a top-10 finish, 14-5 for top five while winning nationality is 4-7 USA and 5-4 Rest of the World.
Luke Donald is 6-4 to be top British and Irish player ahead of 13-2 Paul Casey, Ian Poulter, Padraig Harrington, 8-1 Justin Rose and 9-1 Martin Laird, Graham McDowell.