Odds To Win The 2019 Masters – March 2019

Odds To Win The 2019 Masters – March 2019

With the Masters just a month away, here’s a look at the early betting odds for the year’s first Major.

World Number One Dustin Johnson is the odds-on favorite at 10/1, or an effective 9.2% chance of winning. Johnson is number one right now for a reason. In 2019, he has a win and three top tens, adding to his twenty career PGA TOUR Victories. Those twenty wins have him tied for the 34th best career record of all time, along with Greg Norman, Hale Irwin and Doug Sanders. Johnson is likely to be a contender at Augusta due to his length off the tee and improved skill around the green.

In second is Rory McIlroy, who at the beginning of this year expressed a renewed commitment to winning on the PGA TOUR.  True to his word, he has four top ten finishes in 2019, including a second at the WGC Mexico (which Dustin Johnson won). Rory, however, is a bit snakebit at Augusta National. He has had the green jacket in hand on at least one previous occasion, only to melt down. Oddsmakers, if you’re looking for a betting site, have Rory at 11/1, or a 8.25 chance of winning.

And then there’s Tiger Woods, whom oddsmakers have in at 12/1, or a 7.7% chance of winning. Bookies can find offers like bet £10 get £30 by MoPlay or get £30 bonus on first deposit by BetVictor are available online. While Woods did win the Tour Championship last year, he has not looked like a world-beater since. His Ryder Cup performance was – to say the least – a little embarrassing. I personally find it hard to believe that he can eclipse Johnson, McIlroy, Rose, Koekpa, Rahm, Fowler, et. al. at this point in his career.

Justin Rose is world number two on the strength of some incredibly solid play over the last season and a half. On the PGA TOUR in 2019, Rose has a win (Farmers Insurance Open) and two top tens. He finished third at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Rose is one of those players who does a lot of things well, which bodes well for a win at the Masters. He tied for second there in 2015 and 2017. The downside: He’s now 38 and his window is realistically closing fast.

Brooks Koepka is my personal logical favorite. Bettors have him at 18/1.  Koepka has won three of the last seven Majors, and finished T6 and T11 at two of the remaining. He hits the ball a mile, and his veins seem to be full of ice water. Since his first Masters in 2015, he has steadily improved; T33, T21 T11.

My sentimental favorite to win the Masters is Rickie Fowler. Fowler is in at 20/1, or a 4.8% chance of winning. In 2019 on the PGA TOUR, Fowler has 3 top tens and a win at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. This past weekend at the Honda, Fowler put on an amazing run on the back nine to get himself within one of a win.

The complete odds to win the 2019 Masters follow, compiled from several betting sites.

Player American Odds Fractional Odds % Chance
Dustin Johnson +1000 10/1 9.2
Rory Mcilroy +1100 11/1 8.3
Tiger Woods +1200 12/1 7.7
Justin Rose +1400 14/1 6.7
Jordan Spieth +1400 14/1 6.7
Justin Thomas +1400 14/1 6.7
Bryson Dechambeau +1600 16/1 5.9
Brooks Koepka +1800 18/1 5.3
John Rahm +1600 16/1 5.9
Rickie Fowler +2000 20/1 4.8
Jason Day +2500 25/1 3.8
Tony Finau +2800 28/1 3.4
Phil Mickelson +2800 28/1 3.4
Bobba Watson +2800 28/1 3.4
Tommy Fleetwood +3300 33/1 2.9
Hideki Matsuyama +3300 33/1 2.9
Patrick Reed +3300 33/1 2.9
Zander Schauffele +3300 33/1 2.9
Adam Scott +3300 33/1 2.9
Paul Casey +4000 40/1 2.4
Sergio Garcia +4000 40/1 2.4
Mark Leishman +4500 45/1 2.2
Francesco Molinari +4500 45/1 2.2
Cameron Champ +5000 50/1 2.0
Matt Kuchar +5000 50/1 2.0
Gary Woodland +5000 50/1 2.0
Louis Oosthuizen +5500 55/1 1.8
Henrik Stenson +5500 55/1 1.8
Patrick Cantlay +6600 66/1 1.5
Hao Tong Li +7500 75/1 1.3
Cameron Smith +6600 66/1 1.5
Webb Simpson +7500 75/1 1.3
Billy Horschel +9000 90/1 1.1
JB Holmes +9000 90/1 1.1
Thomas Pieters +9000 90/1 1.1
Daniel Berger +10000 100/1 1.0
Matthew Fitzpatrick +10000 100/1 1.0
Branden Grace +10000 100/1 1.0
Tyrell Hatton +10000 100/1 1.0
Charley Hoffman +10000 100/1 1.0
Shane Lowry +10000 100/1 1.0
Alexander Noren +10000 100/1 1.0
Ian Poulter +10000 100/1 1.0
Lee Westwood +10000 100/1 1.0
Danny Willett +10000 100/1 1.0
Rafael Cabrera Bello +12500 125/1 0.8
Adam Hadwin +12500 125/1 0.8
Charles Howell III +12500 125/1 0.8
Zach Johnson +12500 125/1 0.8
Si Woo Kim +12500 125/1 0.8
Kevin Kisner +12500 125/1 0.8
Thorbjorn Olesen +12500 125/1 0.8
Charl Schwartzel +12500 125/1 0.8
Brandt Snedeker +12500 125/1 0.8
Matt Wallace +12500 125/1 0.8
Keegan Bradley +15000 150/1 0.7
Emiliano Grillo +15000 150/1 0.7
Eddie Pepperell +15000 150/1 0.7
Aaron Wise +15000 150/1 0.7
Byeonghun AN +17500 175/1 0.6
Kiradech Aphibarnrat +17500 175/1 0.6
Kevin Chappell +17500 175/1 0.6
Russell Henley +17500 175/1 0.6
Ryan Moore +17500 175/1 0.6
Jimmy Walker +17500 175/1 0.6
Lucas Bjerregaard +20000 200/1 0.5
Jason Dufner +20000 200/1 0.5
Brian Harman +20000 200/1 0.5
Beau Hossler +20000 200/1 0.5
Martin Kaymer +20000 200/1 0.5
Pat Perez +20000 200/1 0.5
Kevin Tway +20000 200/1 0.5
Stewart Cink +25000 250/1 0.4
Ross Fisher +25000 250/1 0.4
Dylan Frittelli +25000 250/1 0.4
Paul Dunne +30000 300/1 0.3
Andrew Landry +30000 300/1 0.3
Adam Long +30000 300/1 0.3
Jamie Lovemark +30000 300/1 0.3
Chez Reavie +30000 300/1 0.3
Brendan Steele +30000 300/1 0.3
Michael Kim +40000 400/1 0.2
Satoshi Kodaira +40000 400/1 0.2
Aaron Rai +40000 400/1 0.2
Shubhankar Sharma +40000 400/1 0.2
Fred Couples +50000 500/1 0.2
Bernhard Langer +50000 500/1 0.2
Angel Cabrera +75000 750/1 0.1
Vijay Singh +75000 750/1 0.1
Trevor Immelman +100000 1000/1 0.1
Mark O’Meara +150000 1500/1 0.1
Mike Weir +150000 1500/1 0.1
Sandy Lyle +200000 2000/1 0.0
Jose Maria Olazabal +200000 2000/1 0.0
Ian Woosnam +200000 2000/1 0.0
Larry Mize +250000 2500/1 0.0
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