Odds To Win The Masters 2017 – January 15 Edition

Odds to win the Masters 2017As Justin Thomas closes out a record breaking week at the Sony Open In Hawaii, he is considered a 33/1 favorite to win this year’s Masters.

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As you might expect, Jason Day and Jordan Spieth along with Rory McIlroy are the odds-on favorites to win this year’s Masters tournament. All are excellent choices. If McIlroy gets hot around April, there is no one on the planet who can come close. Jordan Spieth always seems to be in the thick of things. And when he is healthy, Jason Day has what may be the best all-around game. When he’s healthy.

Following Day, McIlroy and Spieth is Dustin Johnson at 10/1, I am actually surprised that the 2016 US Open winner is not considered by the bettors as being in the same category as the previous three. Were not not for a couple of bad turns of luck, Johnson could be a three or four-time Major winner at this point. He has wins in each of the last nine years. That’s quite an impressive streak. Last year, he had fifteen top tens in 22 starts.

Hideki Matsuyama at 12/1 is also probably under valued. Matsuyama’s ball striking is simply remarkable, and he has won three times in 2016.

Following Matsuyama are the foursome of Tiger Woods, Adam Scott, Bubba Watson and Phil Mickelson at 20/1. I am not convinced that Tiger Will ever win another Major. Similarly, Phil may be done. Adam Scott, and Bubba have some game left, however. Don’t be surprised if Bubba adds another green jacket to his closet.

The complete odds to win the Masters 2017 are below, averaged across several betting websites. Click at the link for a list of betting websites.

 

PlayerOdds
Jason Day8/1
Jordan Spieth8/1
Rory McIlroy8/1
Dustin Johnson10/1
Hideki Matsuyama12/1
Tiger Woods20/1
Adam Scott20/1
Bubba Warson20/1
Phil Mickelson20/1
Henrik Stenson25/1
Justin Rose33/1
Rickie Fowler33/1
Justin Thomas33/1
Patrick Reed35/1
Paul Casey50/1
Brooks Koepka50/1
Brant Snedeker66/1
Charl Schwartzel66/1
Louis Oosthuizen66/1
Daniel Willett66/1
Branden Grace66/1
Jimmy Walker66/1
Matt Kuchar66/1
Sergio Carcia55/1
Alexander Noren66/1
Thomas Pieters75/1
Bryson Dechambeau80/1
Jim Furyk80/1
Zach Johnson80/1
Lee Westwood90/1
Daniel Berger100/1
Emiliano Grillo100/1
JB Holmes100/1
Marc Leishman100/1
Matthew Fitzpatrick100/1
Rafa Cabrera Bello100/1
Shane Lowry100/1
Bill Haas125/1
Martin Kaymer125/1
Smylie Kaufman125/1
Ryan Moore125/1
Russel Knox125/1
Scott Piercy150/1
Andy Sullivan150/1
Charles Howell III150/1
Billy Horschel150/1
Luke Donald175/1
Angel Cabrera200/1
Chris Wood200/1
Hunter Mahan200/1
Keegan Bradley200/1
Russel Henley200/1
Web Simpson200/1

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