Thomas acknowledged he had needed to be convinced Woods could win another major.
The director of trading for the United Kingdom-based company's US operations, Bogdanovich told USA Today that the sportsbook took an overall loss of "seven figures" on Woods' win, his first at the Masters since 2005 and first major of any kind since 2008.
The mystery United States punter placed an $85,000 (£64,900) bet on Woods winning the Masters with William Hill, two days before the tournament teed off, winning the life-changing sum from the 14/1 odds.
"I'm not going to play as much as I did a year ago", he said.
James Adducci was presented with a check for more than $1.2 million Monday at a sportsbook in Las Vegas.
"It's great to see Tiger back", said William Hill U.S. director of trading Nick Bogdanovich.
Molinari, who also won the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill in March, added: 'I learnt a lot from today, from the whole week.
"I thought he had a chance to be competitive", Westgate's Jay Sherman said of Woods, "but I'm a little surprised by him winning, especially with the competition he faced".
"I am literally in tears watching Tiger Woods. this is Greatness like no other", Williams tweeted.
Closer to home, ESPN reports that BetStars' sportsbook in New Jersey got hit for an approximate $360,000 loss on the futures market due to the tournament win.
The local audience peaked between 1:15 and 1:30, when 12.7 percent of the Chicago market's TV homes - or nearly 413,000 households - tuned in.
Tiger Woods is ready to attack the upcoming majors after ending his 11-year drought at the Masters on Sunday. But Tiger's doing it now, so people are paying attention.