Odds To Win The Masters April 2, 2018

Odds To Win The Masters April 2, 2018

Odds To Win The Masters April 2, 2018

Rory McIlroy is the bettors’ favorite to win the Masters at the beginning of the tournament week in 2018. He also was the favorite two weeks ago, also at 9/1. Is this Rory’s year to complete the Career Grand Slam? Stay tuned.

Rising in the odds for  betting on golf, is Jordan Spieth. Offered at 14/1 two weeks ago, Spieth now is in at 10/1, likely on the strength of his showing at the Houston Open, where he finished tied for third and showed signs of coming back to life. His friend Justin Thomas, who has shown himself to be a major threat also is in at 10/1.

Slipping a bit are Dustin Johnson and Tiger Woods, down from 9/1 to 14/1. If Woods were to win this year, it would be the sports story of the decade. Johnson, on the other hand, is a player who people expect to win, if not this year, sometime in the future.

At 14/1, Bubba Watson and Justin Rose remained unchanged. Jason Day and Phil Mickelson on the other hand, are rising in bettors eyes, moving from 18/1 to 16/1. So to has Rickie Fowler been on the rise, from 20/1 to 18/1. Rickie set the Houston Open on fire in the first two rounds, but faltered at the end. He has got to figure out how to finish strong if he is to have a chance at The Masters. Late round collapses are a “thing” there — just ask Greg Norman.

Check out the complete Odds To Win The Masters below:

PlayerOdds March 28April 2
Rory McIlroy9/19/1
Jordan Spieth14/110/1
Justin Thomas10/110/1
Dustin Johnson9/111/1
Tiger Woods9/111/1
Bubba Watson14/114/1
Justin Rose14/114/1
Jason Day18/116/1
Phil Mickelson18/116/1
Rickie Fowler20/118/1
John Rahm20/120/1
Paul Casey22/122/1
Sergio Garcia25/128/1
Hideki Matsuyama33/133/1
Tommy Fleetwood33/140/1
Henrik Stenson35/140/1
Patrick Reed35/140/1
Alexander Noren40/140/1
Matt Kuchar45/140/1
Marc Leishman50/150/1
Adam Scott66/150/1
Louis Oosthuizen50/150/1
Tyrell Hatton50/166/1
Xander Schauffele110/166/1
Daniel Berger100/166/1
Thomas Pieters66/166/1
Bryson Dechambeau70/166/1
Kevin Kisner100/175/1
Brian Harman66/180/1
Patrick Cantlay75/180/1
Rafael Cabrera Bello80/180/1
Branden Grace80/180/1
Charley Hoffman80/180/1
JB Holmes125/180/1
Tony Finau80/180/1
Bill Haas125/1100/1
Charl Schwartzel100/1100/1
Matthew Fitzpatrick125/1100/1
Kiradech Aphibarnrat100/1100/1
Pat Perez125/1125/1
Adam Hadwin125/1125/1
Ross Fisher150/1125/1
Jim Furyk200/1125/1
Jimmy Walker150/1125/1
Zach Johnson110/1125/1
Patton Kizzire150/1150/1
Jason Dufner150/1150/1
Kevin Chappell125/1150/1
Webb Simpson125/1150/1
Shubhankar Sharma150/1150/1
Gary Woodland125/1150/1
Martin Kaymer150/1175/1
Ryan Moore125/1175/1
Brendan Steele125/1200/1
Bernd Wiesberger200/1200/1
Kyle Stanley200/1200/1
Billy Horschel250/1250/1
Si Woo Kim250/1250/1
Daniel Willett250/1250/1
Austin Cook250/1250/1
Fred Couples300/1300/1
Jhonattan Vegas200/1300/1
Angel Cabrera250/1300/1
Wesley Bryan250/1300/1
Ted Potter, Jr400/1400/1
Vijay Singh250/1500/1
Joaquin Niemann300/1500/1
Yuta Ikeda500/1500/1
Bernhard Langer750/1500/1
Doc Redman1000/1750/1
Doug Ghim500/11000/1
Harry Ellis1500/11000/1
Mark O'Meara2000/11500/1
Yuxin Lin2000/11500/1
Trevor Immelman1500/11000/1
Matt Parziale2000/12000/1
Mike Wier2000/12000/1
Jose Maria Olazabal2000/12000/1
Larry Mize2000/12500/1
Ian Woosnam2000/12500/1
Sandy Lyle2000/12500/1

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