Masters Betting Odds

Find the latest Masters betting odds right here. See the bookies favourite to win The Masters, as well as other players who are hotly tipped, including Tiger Woods, Rickie Fowler and Jon Rahm. The below odds are just for the outright winner, but further down the page you’ll find expert tips in other markets.

Rory McIlroy 15/2
Brooks Koepka 12/1
Jon Rahm 12/1
Tiger Woods 12/1
Dustin Johnson 14/1
Justin Thomas 16/1
Xander Schauffele 22/1
Jordan Spieth 25/1
Justin Rose 25/1
Patrick Cantlay 25/1
Patrick Reed 25/1
Adam Scott 28/1
Bryson Dechambeau 28/1
Rickie Fowler 28/1
Tommy Fleetwood 28/1
Tony Finau 28/1
Bubba Watson 33/1
Hideki Matsuyama 33/1
Jason Day 33/1
Phil Mickelson 33/1
Paul Casey 40/1
Webb Simpson 40/1
Collin Morikawa 50/1
Francesco Molinari 50/1
Gary Woodland 50/1
Louis Oosthuizen 50/1
Marc Leishman 50/1
Matt Kuchar 50/1
Sergio Garcia 50/1
Henrik Stenson 66/1
Cameron Champ 80/1
Cameron Smith 80/1
Ian Poulter 80/1
Kevin Kisner 80/1
Lee Westwood 80/1
Matthew Fitzpatrick 80/1
Shane Lowry 80/1
Thomas Pieters 80/1
Viktor Hovland 80/1
Abraham Ancer 100/1
Bernd Wiesberger 100/1
Branden Grace 100/1
Brandt Snedeker 100/1
Danny Willett 100/1
Joaquin Niemann 100/1
Matthew Wolff 100/1
Sungjae Im 100/1
Alex Noren 125/1
Brendon Todd 125/1
Charl Schwartzel 125/1
Charles Howell 125/1
Charley Hoffman 125/1
Haotong Li 125/1
Matt Wallace 125/1
Rafael Cabrera Bello 125/1
Tyrrell Hatton 125/1
Zach Johnson 125/1
Adam Hadwin 150/1
Billy Horschel 150/1
Corey Conners 150/1
Eddie Pepperell 150/1
Emiliano Grillo 150/1
Erik van Rooyen 150/1
JB Holmes 150/1
Jim Furyk 150/1
Jimmy Walker 150/1
Justin Harding 150/1
Keegan Bradley 150/1
Kevin Na 150/1
Kiradech Aphibarnrat 150/1
Robert MacIntyre 150/1
Scottie Scheffler 150/1
Victor Perez 150/1
Byeong Hun An 200/1
Jason Kokrak 200/1
Aaron Wise 250/1
Lanto Griffin 250/1
Lucas Bjerregaard 250/1
Martin Kaymer 250/1
Nick Taylor 250/1
Paul Waring 250/1
Si Woo Kim 300/1
Trevor Immelman 750/1

History of The Masters

Established in 1934 by golf legend Bobby Jones, The Masters has become one of the biggest events in world sports, attracting over 37 million viewers in 2019.

In its illustrious history the tournament has witnessed some of the most iconic moments in sport; 1997 saw a young Tiger Woods burst onto the scene to win his first major, beating the field by a record breaking 12 shots.

The event is renowned for honouring unique traditions and is the only major championship to reward the winner with a coveted green jacket, enforce a dress code for the caddies and ban the use of phones or cameras. However, its most storied tradition is the annual return to Augusta National, the home of The Masters.

Past winners
YearWinnerOdds
2019Tiger Woods14/1
2018Patrick Reed40/1
2017Sergio Garcia30/1
2016Danny Willett50/1
2015Jordan Spieth10/1

Betting on The Masters

Comparable to the global appeal of the Grand National, betting on The Masters is enjoyed by a wider audience than just golf fans. Whether you’re a golf betting veteran or looking to make your first wager, read our guide on the best ways to bet on The Masters.

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US Masters Tips

For a tournament which has so many twists and turns, it’s only right that you can bet on most of them. To see the full range of Masters betting lines, be sure to check your selected sportsbook, but here are some expert tips and picks from us.

1
Brooks Koepka – Outright Winner

Traditionally, betting on the favourite for The Masters won’t get you the best value, but there are some exceptions. Brooks Koepka is favourite for almost every major in 2020, with odds floating around 11/1. A bet on him winning his first green jacket is a strong one and if you’re feeling more conservative, an E/W bet is even safer. Most sportsbooks will pay around 5-7 places for the tournament and Koepka has finished 5th or better in every major since July 2018.

2
Tony Finau – First round leader

Tony Finau has history in Augusta, not for winning the tournament, but for dislocating his ankle during the par-3 contest in 2018. He opened with a 68 that year and finished T5, a testament to his character. As an aggressive golfer, Finau shot a first round in the 60s 14 times last season. We’re not saying he’ll go wire-to-wire, but Finau as first round leader is a strong bet this year.

3
Lee Westwood - Top 20 Finish

Back at Augusta for the first time since 2017, Lee Westwood is playing some of the best golf of his career. He followed a T4 in 2019’s Open Championship with a win in Abu Dhabi to kick off 2020. He’s finished T2 and T18 in his last two Masters appearances, and many believe Westwood’s putting has stopped him winning a major before; this season his Putts Per Round average is as its lowest since 2005.

4
Bryson DeChambeau - Hole in One on 16th Hole

The Sunday pin position on the 16th has actually been branded too easy by many, with the right distance, line and spin simply funnelling the ball to the hole. DeChambeau made his first ever ace here last year and given the way he analyses the game, backing him to add to the 21 aces on this hole in Masters history might just be a stroke of genius.

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Brooks Koepka to complete Grand Slam before McIlroy or Spieth

Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth have been chasing their grand slams for a while now. McIlroy needs to win at Augusta and Spieth a PGA Championship title, but Brooks Koepka requires a green jacket and claret jug to trump them both. At 80/1, we love this futures bet for Koepka to complete his grand slam before them both, with a strong possibility of completing it in 2020.

About Augusta National

Augusta National has hosted all 83 editions of The Masters Tournaments to date and is what makes The Masters so special. Based in Georgia, the course is widely considered to be the most beautiful in the world, while the exclusivity of the club means no amount of money can buy you a membership. There is so much history on every hole at Augusta and while easy on the eye, the course provides some of the trickiest challenges in golf, especially when it comes to the speed of the greens. As a bettor, the more you know the course, the greater chance you’ll have at predicting who will play well in the tournament – so keep reading for some more insight and tips.

There is so much history on every hole at Augusta and while easy on the eye, the course provides some of the trickiest challenges in golf, especially when it comes to the speed of the greens. As a bettor, the more you know the course, the greater chance you’ll have at predicting who will play well in the tournament – so keep reading for some more insight and tips.

Augusta, Georgia

Distance: 7,475 yards
Par: 72
Course Record: 63 (Nick Price, Greg Norman)
Most wins: Jack Nicklaus - 6
Current champion: Tiger Woods
US Masters Field map

Keys to Winning The Masters

To win The Masters you don’t just have to turn up and beat the rest of the field. It’s essential to putt well, it helps if you can draw your drives into position and you absolutely must take your chances on the Par-5s.

However, there are also some standout holes at Augusta National which can make or break a player’s chances of winning. Every hole is renowned for posing a particular challenge but as the tournament progresses the pins will move into more threatening positions, leaving players with no choice but to play risk-reward golf.

Here are six holes which you should be looking at when making bets on The Masters.

1st Hole: Tea Olive Par 4 445 Yards

The opening tee shot at The Masters will set the pace for the tournament for any player. Spectators line up either side of the tee box to create an electric atmosphere, while a bunker about 300 yards down the fairway is the first of many hazards at Augusta National. There’s no doubt anyone walking off that first green with a par or better will breathe a huge sigh of relief.

Amen Corner

Amen Corner is the name given to the 11th, 12th and 13th holes at Augusta. The term was coined by Herbert Warren Wind in 1958 following Arnold Palmer’s maiden major victory. It has since become an iconic section of the golf course which is notorious for making or breaking a player’s round.

US Masters Amen Corner
11th Hole: White Dogwood Par 4 505 Yards

Following what is arguably the hardest hole on the course, the 11th hole is the first of Amen Corner’s three extremely different challenges. With length added in recent years, bringing all hazards into play, the average score on this hole in Masters history is over par at 4.3. Traditionally those who draw the ball have success at Augusta, but a fade will be necessary to position well for a tough second shot, where the greenside pond poses a huge threat.

12th Hole: Golden Bell Par 3 155 Yards

The shortest hole on the course is the one which causes the most problems, just ask Jordan Spieth. The then defending champion was leading by 5 shots before the 10th hole, but hit his tee shot in the water, his dropped shot in the water and carded a quadruple bogey to relinquish his lead to Danny Willett. The water in front of the very narrow green (front to back) is the main hazard, which can still be found if you hit the wrong part of the lightning quick greens. This hole is the definition of risk-reward golf, and so many fall short (literally).

13th Hole: Azalea Par 5 510 Yards

One of the many par-5s which is reachable in two by almost all golfers in the field. However, they have to navigate a dogleg, the famous Rae’s Creek and a severely undulating green. The famous white bunkers which sit behind the green are rarely in play but add to the beauty of the hole. Phil Mickelson failed to cut his tee shot enough in 2010, leaving him an awful lie to the right of the fairway right behind a tree. He managed to draw it round the tree, make it past the creek and land the ball just a few feet below the hole.

16th Hole: Redbud Par 3 170 Yards

While the final par-3 at Augusta is a fascinating hole Thursday thru Saturday, it’s not until Sunday that it really comes into its own. Everyone knows the final day pin position on the 16th is going to hug the left side of the green, which is massively sloped from the right. Perhaps the most famous shot in golf was played at this hole, when Tiger Woods chipped in for a birdie on route to victory in 2005.

18th Hole: Holly Par 4 465 Yards

Success at the 18th is almost solely dependent on a precise tee shot. The narrow, uphill fairway is best found on the left to give the best approach to an elevated green, and the bunkers on the left are essential to avoid. However, the most famous shot on this hole came from the back bunker in 1988, when Sandy Lyle recovered brilliantly to close out for his second major.

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