Golf - Masters - Augusta National Golf Club - Augusta, Georgia, U.S. - April 14, 2019. Spectators applaud as Tiger Woods of the U.S. celebrates on the 18th hole to win the 2019 Masters. REUTERS\/Jonathan Ernst(Reuters) - A Wisconsin man who bet $85,000 on Tiger Woods to win the Masters was handed a check for $1.275 million by bookmaker William Hill on Monday. A day after Woods came from behind to win his first major title in 11 years, a video circulating online showed James Adducci picking up his check at SLS Las Vegas Hotel & Casino. The 39-year-old told Golf Digest that the 14-1 bet was his first sports wager. The stockbroker, who works from home, said he planned to spend the winnings on home improvements and paying off debts while investing the rest. Reports said the net $1.19 million payout was the largest for a single ticket golf bet in the company\u2019s history in the United States. \u201cPretty good first bet,\u201d Nick Bogdanovich, William Hill\u2019s U.S. director of trading, told ESPN. \u201cIt\u2019s great to see Tiger back. It\u2019s a painful day for William Hill \u2014 our biggest loss ever \u2014 but a great day for golf.\u201d William Hill was not the only bookmaker to feel the pain after the 43-year-old Woods secured his fifth green jacket at Augusta National. SuperBook at Westgate Las Vegas had a \u201chigh five-figure\u201d net loss on its Masters futures, and offshore sportsbook BetOnline.ag said the surprise win produced the company\u2019s biggest loss on a futures market, ESPN said. Reporting by Rory Carroll; Editing by Peter RutherfordOur Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.