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RBC Heritage Odds: Watch out for Casey

Paul Casey PGA

With the Masters in the rear-view mirror, the eyes of the golfing world shift to Hilton Head South Carolina for the RBC Heritage on March 14. When it comes to betting lines, one man stands well ahead of the pack to win it all.

Jason Day is currently a +550 favorite to garner the title at Bovada, while Paul Casey (+1600), Brandt Snedeker (+1600), Matt Kuchar (+2000) and Zach Johnson (+2200) make up the five golfers with the likeliest odds to win at the shop.

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Will Jordan Spieth Win a Major in 2016?

Jordan Spieth PGA

Jordan Spieth has had a lot of highs in his brief professional golfing career, but Sunday at the Masters was without a doubt his lowest point. Steadily building a lead through his first 63 holes, the Texan bogeyed Nos. 10 and 11 before sinking two balls into the water and finishing with his first career quadruple bogey on the 12th hole.

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PGA Tour Money List Leader Odds

Adam Scott PGA

The dust has barely settled on one of the most exciting Masters tournaments we’ve seen in quite some time, but one sportsbook is offering odds on which man will lead the PGA Tour in money lists markets.

Online shop Bovada has tabbed Adam Scott as the +240 fave to end the season as the money leader, with Jason Day (+275), Jordan Spieth (+550), Bubba Watson (+550), Rory McIlroy (+1600) and Dustin Johnson (+1600) right behind him.

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Willett Wins Masters in Wild Fashion

Danny Willett PGA

The Masters is a tradition unlike any other, and the 80th edition of the renowned tournament was one of the most memorable events the golfing world has witnessed in quite some time.

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Masters Odds: Can Spieth do it Again?

Jordan Spieth PGA

Only one day of the 2016 Masters remains, and fittingly, only one man remains atop of the leaderboard and odds lists everywhere. Jordan Spieth grabbed the lead on Thursday and hasn’t looked back, as the 22-year-old phenom sits alone at 3-under with 18 holes remaining.

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PGA: Masters Sleeper Picks

Danny Willett PGA

Betting on golf can be a very profitable endeavour, but it can also be a frustrating one. At the end of the day it’s all about picking your spots. When it comes to the 2016 edition of the Masters, starry names like Jason Day, Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy are topping odds lists, but there’s plenty of sleeper value in the tournament if you dig deep.

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The Ultimate Masters Betting Props Page

The Masters PGA

The arrival of the Masters truly is the Super Bowl of the golfing world, and with it comes a mountain of betting opportunities.

Online sportsbook Bovada has released plenty of props for the occasion. We at OddsShark have compiled a list of the best ones available to you when the best golfers on the PGA Tour descend upon Augusta National this weekend.

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Why Rory McIlroy Could Win the Masters

Rory McIlroy PGA

Anyone who follows the PGA Tour will tell you how great Rory McIlroy is. At the age of 26, McIlroy already has four major titles under his belt to go along with a long list of accolades and victories on the European Tour. But while the Northern Irishmen is inarguably one of the best golfers on the planet, there is one thing he’s yet to accomplish: put on the green jacket at Augusta National.

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PGA: Exact Finish Masters Odds

Bubba Watson PGA

While there’s no denying picking pre-tournament outright winners in golf can create massive payouts, it’s not the easiest task considering the huge amount of players in the field. That’s why options such as top five, 10, 15 and 20 finishes are often safer bets if you have a hunch you know who’s going to be in the hunt.

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How Houston Open Winners do at Augusta

J.B. Holmes PGA

While the Masters gets all of the attention in the early days of the PGA Tour season, sharp sports bettors would be wise to examine the results of the tournament that precedes it: the Shell Houston Open.

This year it was Jim Herman who claimed the crown on April 3. Herman, who finished 15-under, bested Henrik Stenson (-14), Dustin Johnson (-13), Rafa Cabrera-Bello (-12) and Russell Henley (-11) to earn the victory. The win was only Herman’s sixth career top-10 finish, but he jumped 123 spots in the world rankings to No. 68 in light of his solid performance.

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