Okay MyBookie golf betting nation, with the 2020 Bermuda Championship now in the books and the upcoming Houston Open representing the last event before the start of the 2020 Masters Tournament on Nov. 12, it’s time to take a look at the latest odds to win the most prestigious event in all of professional golf. Let’s get started so you can continue making your bets against our Masters odds.
Golf Betting Analysis – Check Out Latest Odds To Win The 2020 Masters
- When: November 12-15, 2020
- Where: Augusta National Golf Club
- Location: Augusta, Georgia
- Field: 96 players
- Prize fund: $11,500,000
Tiger Woods +2300
Woods is still a +2300 pick to win the 2020 Masters despite not ranking inside the Top 100 in any significant category. The world No. 32 missed the cut at the U.S. Open and finished a disappointing T72 in his last outing at the Zozo Championship. There’s no denying that Woods isn’t playing well, but he’s the defending champ and always seems to rise to the challenge of playing at Augusta.
Rory McIlroy +1000
The world No. 5 ranks a stellar first in birdie average (5.33) and 27th in scoring average (69.8). More importantly, McIlroy has finished T8, T21 and T17 in his last three outings at the U.S. Open, the CJ Cup and Zozo championship. He’ll contend for his first green jacket after finishing T21 a year ago. McIlroy also recorded five straight Top 10 finishes at Augusta from 2014-22018.
Jon Rahm +1100
The gifted world No. 2 is the same +1100 pick at Augusta that he has been for the last three weeks. Rahm finished T23 at the U.S. Open in September, T17 in the CJ Cup three weeks ago and T2 in the Zozo Championship two weeks back. Rahm has finished T27, fourth and T9 at Augusta in each of the last three years.
Dustin Johnson +1100
Johnson is still a +1100 pick to win the Masters as he gears up to make a return from the positive coronavirus result that kept him out of the Zozo Championship two weeks ago. Johnson ranks second in driving distance (333.8) and second in scoring average (67.1) while ranking 15th in eagles per hole. More importantly, DJ finished second in the 2019 Masters, T10 in 2018, T4 in 2016 and T6 in 2015. First in the official golf world rankings, Johnson will undoubtedly have a chance to get the win.
Justin Thomas +1200
The 27-year-old Kentucky native and world No. 3 is the same +1200 pick to win the Masters that he was two weeks ago. Thomas finished T8 in the U.S. Open, T12 in the CJ Cup and T2 in the Zozo Championships two weeks ago. Thomas ranks 13t in birdie average (4.92) and sixth in scoring average (69.1) and should be among the top contenders for the outright win at Augusta.
Xander Schauffele +1400
The world No. 7 finished fifth in the U.S. Open, second in the CJ Cup and T17 at the Zozo Championship two weeks ago. The 27-year-old Californian ranks a stellar fifth in birdie average (5.08) while also ranking fourth in scoring average (68.6).
Finau is the same +3000 pick to win the 2020 Masters title that he has been for weeks now. The world No. 17 finished T8 in the U.S. Open and T11 in the Zozo Championship and ranks 15th in eagles per hole and fifth in scoring average (68.9). More importantly, Finau finished T10 at Augusta two years ago and an impressive fifth last year.
Brooks Koepka +1800
Koepka is the same +1800 pick to win in Augusta that he was two weeks ago. The four-time major winner finished T2 second in last year’s Masters and T11 in 2017. Koepka finished T28 in the CJ Cup in mid-October and will be well-rested when the 2020 Masters gets underway.
Cameron Smith +17500
As I wrote a week ago, the FedEx No. 24 and world No. 45 might not be on your radar as a contender to win the Masters, but the 27-year-old Australian is on my radar as a potential upset winner after finishing T24 in the Shriners, 11th in the CJ Cup and T4 in the Zozo Championship. The two-time PGA Tour winner is playing well heading into Augusta.