Masters Odds and Betting
The Masters Tournament is one of the four majors in Men's Professional Golf and is played every year. Those who've won the Masters have a standing invitation to come back and compete each year for the rest of their lives. Aside from the lifelong tee time at one of the most prestigious and exclusive golf clubs, first-place receives over $2 Million in prize money and gets automatic qualification into the other three majors (U.S. Open, PGA Championship, The Open Championship) as well as THE PLAYERS Championship for the next five years.
Since 1934, the Masters Tournament has provided some of the greatest moments in golf. Jack Nicklaus winning at 46 yrs old in 1986, Tiger Woods' 15th major and fifth Masters win defying the odds after returning from injury and the first golfer from Japan in Hideki Matsuyama to win the Masters are memories the players and fans will never forget. The prestige and the accolades that come with a win are top-notch, which is why it's one of the most popular golf betting events in the world to bet on annually.
You might be wondering how the Masters Odds work? A lot of factors go into how the odds work, but the simplest explanation is how good the golfers are currently playing and/or how they play at The Masters every year. When considering golfers to bet on, look to those who have course experience at Augusta National, especially on and around these difficult greens. Other than Patrick Reed in 2018, the past 23 champions played the previous Masters and made the cut.
When and where does the Masters Tournament take place?
The Masters Tournament is from April 7 to April 10 and will be held at Augusta National, the tournament's site, every year.
Who are the favorites to win The Masters Tournament?
The top 10 golfers in Masters odds are Jon Rahm, Jordan Spieth, Collin Morikawa, Justin Thomas, Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, Patrick Cantlay, Viktor Hovland and Cameron Smith.
What are some Masters Tournament betting trends?
- No player has won at Augusta National on their first attempt since Fuzzy Zoeller back in 1979.
- Since 1996, only one player has won The Masters Tournament after missing the cut here in their previous start (Patrick Reed, 2018).
- Four of the previous five winners all recorded a top-5 in a previous start before their win.
When are you able to place bets on The Masters?
The Masters odds are available all season, and you can place futures up until tee-off in early April. With the smallest field in all four majors, winning Masters picks are usually from the best golfers in the world; the average odds to win the Masters from the previous five champions is just under +3000.