2018 Masters Odds & Picks

2018 Masters Odds & Picks

2018 Masters Odds & Picks

Are you betting on the 2018 Masters? The first Golf Major tournament of the season tees off on Thursday, April 5th. Which of the top PGA Tour players have a shot at the Green Jacket? Who should you bet on? Is there a dark horse that could win? Keep reading for answers to those questions and more?

2018 Masters Odds & Picks

  • R. McIlroy +965
  • J. Spieth +965
  • J. Thomas +1100
  • D. Johnson +1100
  • T. Woods +1200
  • J. Rose +1250
  • B. Watson +1575
  • J. Day +1650
  • P. Mickelson +1725
  • P. Casey +2200
  • J. Rahm +2200
  • R. Fowler +2300
  • S. Garcia +2700

With a fearsome foursome leading all sports betting boards to win the 2018 Masters, is their an insider expert betting favorite to take the green jacket?

Winning the 2018 Masters will give the 42-year-old Woods his 15th major and fifth green jacket. Tiger’s first win at Augusta in 1997 and has 13 top-10 finishes at the Masters in 18 appearances as a pro. He will be a fan betting favorite. I fully expect his odds to shift and close in to even by before tee-off. Those who bet Tiger at 50-to-1 odds to win the 2018 Masters a few months ago are feeling pretty good right now.

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Last year Dustin Johnson arrived at Augusta as the biggest betting favorite since Tiger, but failed to tee-off. He finished T-4 in his last Masters start in 2016 and if he makes his tee-time I expect Johnson to contend until late Sunday.

Justin Thomas’ best Masters finish was a T-22. Considering he has only played for the green jacket twice, the third time may be the charm. He’s been tearing up every other course over the past year and a half. This feels like his moment.

Rory McIlroy is 28 and needs the Masters to complete a career Grand Slam. So far in his career, Augusta National has broken his dreams. In 2011, he held the 54-hole lead, was still in position to win with nine holes to play, but shot a final-round 80. Will 2018 be different? 

The defending Masters’ champion Sergio Garcia is listed as a long shot to win his second consecutive green jacket. After setting the record for most attempts (18) before a first green jacket, Garcia, 38, has four top-10 finishes in six starts this year and is ranked ninth in the world.