Sports Betting Odds to Win 2017 U.S. Masters Tournament

August 29th, 2019 Golf

The sports betting odds favorites to win the 2017 U.S. Masters Tournament can be divided in several different categories.

Past Masters champions

Zach Johnson +8000
Phil Mickelson +2800
Charl Schwartzel +5000
Adam Scott +2000
Jordan Spieth +800
Bubba Watson +2000
Danny Willett +6000
Tiger Woods +2200

Winners of the last five U.S. Opens
Dustin Johnson +1100
Martin Kaymer +15000
Justin Rose +2000

Winners of the last five British Opens
Rory McIlroy +800
Henrik Stenson +2500

Winners of the last five PGA Championships
Jason Day +800
Jason Dufner +15000
Jimmy Walker +6600

Winners of the last three The Players Championships
Rickie Fowler +3000

Top 12 finishers and ties in the 2016 Masters Tournament
Daniel Berger +9000
Paul Casey +4000
Matthew Fitzpatrick -+8000
J.B. Holmes +10000
Soren Kjeldsen +25000
Hideki Matsuyama +1200
Brandt Snedeker +5000
Lee Westwood +10000

Top 4 finishers and ties in the 2016 U.S. Open
Jim Furyk +9000
Shane Lowry +12500

Top 4 finishers and ties in the 2016 PGA Championship
Branden Grace +6600
Brooks Koepka +550

Winners of PGA Tour events that award a full-point allocation for the FedEx Cup, between the 2016 Masters Tournament and the 2017 Masters Tournament
Sergio Garcia +6600
Charley Hoffman +15000
Patrick Reed +3300
Justin Thomas +2000

All players qualifying for the 2016 edition of the Tour Championship
Emiliano Grillo +10000
Kevin Kisner +12500
Matt Kuchar +6600
Kevin Na +15000
Gary Woodland +8000

Top 50 on the final 2016 Official World Golf Ranking list
Rafa Cabrera-Bello +1250
Bill Haas +12500
Louis Oosthuizen +5000
Thomas Pieters +6600
Andy Sullivan +15000
Alex Noren +7000

Anirban Lahiri +25000
Bryson DeChambeau +12000
Danny Lee +15000
Jason Dufner +15000
Kiradech Aphibarnrat +22500
Marc Leishman +10000
Smylie Kaufman +15000

The sports betting odds favorites to win the 2017 U.S. Masters Tournament could also be condensed into the following group:

Guys with an actual offshore bookmaking chance of winning
Jason Day
Jordan Spieth
Rory McIlroy
Dustin Johnson
Ian Poulter

We could be generous and throw Tiger Woods into the mix too because, well, he’s Tiger freakin’ Woods and you never know when, where or how we could pull a John Travolta-level comeback.

The 2017 U.S. Masters Tournament is going to the 81st edition of the Tournament as well the first of professional golf’s four major championships scheduled for 2017. The Masters is set to take place during April 6th-9th and will be hosted, as usual, at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. As offshore bookmaking aficionados might remember, the 2016 Masters was won English Danny Willet, who scored 70 in the first round, 70-74=144 in the second round, 70-74-72=216 in the third round, and 70-74-72-67=283 in the final round to overcome Jordan Spieth and Lee Westwood who tied for second place. The fact that only Jack Nicklaus, Nick Faldo, and Woods have won back-to-back Masters might help to explain why Willett’s sports betting odds are not quite on par with those of Day or Spieth – or even Woods himself for that matter. That’s how offshore bookmaking works for y’all.

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