The Masters 2021 Betting Odds, Preview & Picks
Dustin Johnson took home the prize in a Masters tournament in November due to COVID-19, but Golf’s biggest tournament of the year is back.
And, this time, it’s right on schedule. The Masters returns to Augusta, Georgia on April 8th, and goes until Sunday, April 11th.
Let’s go over the field, break down the odds, and take a look at some of our favorite wagers for the event.
Odds To Win The Masters 2021 Tournament
Here are the latest odds to bet on the Masters Golf Tournament.
Dustin Johnson returns to defend his title at +900. He is the favorite to win at Augusta this year.
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My Favorite Bets For The 2021 Masters Tournament
Here are some of the wagers I like for the event this year.
Bryson DeChambeau +1100
Bryson has made waves lately with his booming drives, even having the PGA change the rules for some upcoming holes because of how far he is hitting the ball these days.
He didn’t perform well in last year’s event, but he has been on a tear as of late. However, there’s no reason to feel negatively about Bryson’s chances this week.
He’s coming off a win and has finished in the top three in his last three tournaments. Besides, there is no one more exciting to root for right now than him in golf!
Collin Morikawa +2800
Morikawa is another guy that did not perform well last year, but certainly feels mispriced at close to 30/1.
This will actually be his first time ever playing at Augusta National. He is a bit of a wild card at the Masters, but this wild card is also the No. 4 ranked player in the world.
I think he may offer the most value on this card. Although his play has been inconsistent, there is no other golfer that is this talented where you can 30x your money.
Jordan Spieth +1200
It’s been quite a while since Spieth won anything of note. That is, until last week when he won the Valera Texas Open.
It’s his first major tournament win since 2017. He’s far from his No. 1 ranking he had then, but he picked a heck of a time to get it going.
Spieth could be found around 45/1 before he won last week. Unfortunately, all those stale numbers are now gone.
Still, even here has some value. This guy is hitting his stride coming into Augusta and has 13 PGA titles to his name.
Webb Simpson +4000
Few are talking about Webb Simpson this week, and for good reason, he’s been a little off lately.
He also doesn’t smack the ball as hard as some of the big headliners. Still, Augusta plays to his strengths.
Webb’s last three finishes at Augusta are impressive. He finished 10th, 5th, and 20th in his last three runs. He is one of the best putters on the Tour and he has only missed a single cut since 2015.
He’s worth a dart at 40/1.
Jon Rahm +1200
Rahm is not only an excellent golfer, but he is a trendy pick, because, well, he and his wife just had a baby.
The Spanish golf pro and his wife welcomed a new baby girl the past week. However, we’re interested in Rahm for his play on the greens.
Rahm has finished in the top ten in the last three Masters. He ranks third in PGA strokes gained off the tee and is also up there in approach.
He has yet to win a Major title, but things are shaping up well for him coming into Augusta.