Masters Tournament

The Masters Tournament is one of the most popular sporting events in the world and not just in the world of golf.

It attracts huge betting interest and Masters Tournament odds are snapped up as soon as markets open, which is typically immediately after the tournament ends.

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Tournament Information

Date: April 6th- 9th, 2023
City: Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia

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How to read Masters Tournament Odds

Odds are available for a plethora of golf betting markets. The most popular is the tournament winner, which offers the best value odds. It’s the hardest market to correctly predict, but the Masters Tournament odds make it worth the risk.

Masters Tournaments Outrights

Rot Odds to Win 2023 US Masters Moneyline
1 Jon Rahm     +1000
2 Justin Thomas     +1000
3 Rory McIlroy     +1200
4 Cameron Smith     +1800
5 Scottie Scheffler     +1200
6 Dustin Johnson     +1800
7 Collin Morikawa     +1600
8 Brooks Koepka     +3300
9 Patrick Cantlay     +2000
10 Jordan Spieth     +2000
11 Xander Schauffele     +1800
12 Viktor Hovland     +2800
13 Bryson DeChambeau     +5000
14 Hideki Matsuyama     +2500
15 Will Zalatoris     +2800
16 Shane Lowry     +2800
17 Corey Conners     +5000
18 Daniel Berger     +5000
19 Joaquin Niemann     +4000
20 Matthew Fitzpatrick     +2800
21 Sam Burns     +4000
22 Sungjae Im     +3000
23 Tiger Woods     +8000
24 Tony Finau     +3000
25 Tyrrell Hatton     +6600
26 Louis Oosthuizen     +6600
27 Paul Casey     +8000
28 Adam Scott     +10000
29 Bubba Watson     +12500
30 Marc Leishman     +10000
31 Patrick Reed     +8000
32 Russell Henley     +8000
33 Tommy Fleetwood     +6600
34 Abraham Ancer     +6600
35 Justin Rose     +8000
36 Sergio Garcia     +10000
37 Webb Simpson     +8000
38 Billy Horschel     +8000
39 Cameron Young     +4000
40 Gary Woodland     +8000
41 Jason Kokrak     +8000
42 Robert MacIntyre     +12500
43 Si Woo Kim     +12500
44 Thomas Pieters     +8000
45 Max Homa     +5000
46 Cameron Champ     +15000
47 Christiaan Bezuidenhout     +15000
48 Luke List     +14000
49 Brian Harman     +12500
50 Harold Varner III     +10000
51 Kevin Na     +15000
52 Seamus Power     +8000
53 Talor Gooch     +8000
54 Matthew Wolff     +12500
55 Cameron Davis     +10000
56 Lee Westwood     +17500
57 Min Woo Lee     +10000
58 Tom Hoge     +12500
59 Charl Schwartzel     +17500
60 Danny Willett     +17500
61 Garrick Higgo     +20000
62 Kevin Kisner     +15000
63 Mackenzie Hughes     +17500
64 Sepp Straka     +17500
65 J.J. Spaun     +15000
66 Guido Migliozzi     +20000
67 Harry Higgs     +30000
68 Lucas Glover     +30000
69 Stewart Cink     +30000
70 Hudson Swafford     +50000
74 Harrison Crowe     +40000
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How to bet on Masters Tournament Odds?

We love betting on the Masters Tournament. Not only because it’s a nostalgic tournament played every April around Easter, but Masters Tournament odds are always worth snapping up.

Those who bet on golf love it when the Masters rolls around and betting on the Masters is just as easy as betting on any other golf tournament.

Masters winner is the most popular betting option. Bookmakers always offer excellent odds and there not only available in outright betting markets. Bettors can invest in top 10, top American and first-round leader bets, which is where value is found.

The Masters Tournament markets are available throughout the year, typically straight after the Masters has been played and won. The sportsbook often puts the top golfers at the head of the market and the previous winner is always well-favored to score consecutive victories.

Masters Tournmanets Golfers

Like many lists, Tiger Woods leads the charge with five victories and his victory in 2019 was godly.

Despite personal problems and injuries, Woods fended off the best golfers in the world. His fifth win was his most famous, but his easiest win came in 1997 as a young professional.

Woods won by an incredible 12 strokes as the phenom kick-started his career.

Right behind Woods on our list is Jack Nicklaus, who owns six Green Jackets. The Golden Bear won in 1986 as an aging golfer, which was considered his best career victory at the Masters Tournament.

Brit Nick Faldo makes the list as a three-time winner. The golfer turned commentator won by five shots over Greg Norman in 1996, which was another fine victory for the Hall of Fame player.

We couldn’t have a Masters Tournament list without adding Gary Player and Arnold Palmer. The player scored three wins and Palmer won four times, including a six-stroke win over Jack Nicklaus in 1964.

Past 5 Winners

Scottie Scheffler
2022 Winner
Hideki Matsuyama
2021 Winner
Patrick Reed
2020 Winner
Dustin Johnson
2020
Tiger Woods
2019

Top Five Ranked Golfers (All-Time)

Tiger Woods
5 Wins
Jack Nicklaus
6 Wins
Brit Nick Faldo
3 Wins
Gary Player
6 Wins
Arnold Palmer
6 Wins

Scottie Scheffler scored his first major win in 2022. He won the Masters Tournament by three strokes over Rory McIlroy and he was the class golfer throughout.

The American star continued his fine run of form and Masters Tournament odds weren’t giving him enough respect, so smart bettors cashed in.

Hideki Matsuyama was another breakthrough winner in 2021 when winning Japan’s first major. It was a sentimental victory for the star when he beat Will Zalatoris by one stroke in a dramatic final round.

Before Matsuyama won, U.S. golfers had dominated with three consecutive wins. Kicking off the streak was Patrick Reed, who held off a game Rickie Fowler on the back nine at Augusta.

In 2019, Tiger Woods won his fifth Masters Tournament when beating three golfers by a shot. There were scenes on the final hole was Woods marched down the fairway with a huge crowd in tow.

Dustin Johnson won in 2020 by five strokes. It was his second major victory and it happened when the Masters Tournament was played in November due to Covid disrupting the schedule.

US Open Golf FAQs

When is the Masters golf tournament?

The Masters Tournament is always played in April. The exact date can vary but it’s usually around the 10th of April, which is the perfect time for the blossoming Magnolia trees that line the course.

How do you qualify for the Masters Tournament?

The top-ranked golfers make the field automatically. It’s a limited field compared to the open events, but all the best players are in action. Past winners and amateurs who qualified also make the field.

Where do they play the Masters golf tournament?

The Masters is played at Augusta in Georgia. It’s the only major golf tournament where the host course never changes.

Why is the Masters golf tournament called the Masters?

Bobby Jones and Clifford Roberts founded the Masters, which was originally called The Augusta National Invitational Tournament. However, Roberts wanted to change the name to The Masters, and five years later it was introduced.
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