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Masters Odds: Can Spieth do it Again?

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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.

Spieth hasn’t had his best stuff over the last few days but the good news is neither have many of his opponents. The rigors of Augusta are extremely tough on a good day, meaning the gusty conditions has made for headaches across the field. The Texan remains a +140 favorite at BetOnline to slip on his second green jacket in as many years.

The biggest mover on moving day was Smylie Kaufman. Kaufman fired a 69 - the only man to shoot below 70 on Saturday and Friday - to sit below Spieth at 2-under. Bernhard Langer (-1), Hideki Matsuyama (-1), Jason Day (even), Dustin Johnson (even), Danny Willett (even), Lee Westwood (+1), Soren Kjeldsen (+1) and Brandt Snedeker remain in striking distance.

No player has held an outright 54-hole lead at the Masters since Ben Hogan did it in 1954, where Hogan led by one heading into day four but ended up losing in a playoff. In fact, no one in professional golf history has ever won a major in consecutive years after leading wire-to-wire. That’s how impressive a win from Spieth would be today.

Don’t count out Jason Day, however. The Australian is not in his finest form, however he has a tendency of excelling on Sunday. This is the third time since the beginning of the 2015 PGA Tour season that Day was at least three shots off the lead after 54 holes. He won the other two instances.

If you’re looking for Rory McIlroy, you’re going to have to search tougher than many expected. McIlroy (+5) shot a disastrous 77 on Saturday - the fifth worst round in a major in his career - to drop to a tie for 11th place. The other four times that happened were also at Augusta National.

Check out the sportsbook’s updated list of odds. It’s a tradition unlike any other, and it’s going to be a lot of fun to watch. Happy Masters Sunday.

2016 Masters Odds
GolferOdds
Jordan Spieth+140
Jason Day+600
Hideki Matsuyama+650
Dustin Johnson+800
Smylie Kaufman+1000
Danny Willett+2000
Bernhard Langer+2000
Rory McIlroy+2000
Brandt Snedeker+2800
Lee Westwood+4000
Soren Kjeldsen+6600
Justin Rose+6600
Daniel Berger+10000
Field+2500

Odds as of April 10 at BetOnline

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It's moving day at Augusta National, and if the first two days of competition are any indication, the next few rounds should be wide open.

Golfers battled gusty conditions on Friday which made for plenty of frustration, but defending champion Jordan Spieth remains clinging to the lead at 4-under. After a sizzling start on Thursday, Spieth did not look like his normal self yesterday and expressed his frustration on numerous occasions.

Rory McIlroy was the biggest standout on day two, as the Northern Irishman jumped into second place at 3-under thanks to a steady score of 71. Danny Lee (-2), Scott Piercy (-2), Soren Kjeldsen (-1), Brandt Snedeker (-1) and Hideki Matsuyama (-1) are currently under par for the tournament.

At BetOnline, Spieth remains a +220 favorite but it's McIlroy whose odds are on the rise. McIlroy, who was available at +550 after the first round, is now listed at +240. World No. 1 Jason Day hasn't had his best stuff this time around but he still has plenty of time to make a charge. Day (+1) has been tabbed with a price of +1200 to slip on his first ever green jacket at the shop.

Take a look at the book's updated list of odds.

2016 Masters Odds
GolferOdds
Jordan Spieth+220
Rory McIlroy+240
Jason Day+1200
Dustin Johnson+1400
Hideki Matsuyama+1600
Brandt Snedeker+2000
Justin Rose+3300
Danny Lee+3300
Sergio Garcia+4000
Scott Piercy+4000
Danny Willett+5000
Shane Lowry+6600
Brooks Koepka+6600
Daniel Berger+6600
Bryson DeChambeau+8000
Soren Kjeldsen+8000
Henrik Stenson+10000
Kiradech Aphinbarnrat+10000
Field+1000

Odds as of April 9 at BetOnline

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Round one of the 80th Masters is in the books, and a familiar face is all alone in front of the pack. Battling blustery conditions, defending champion Jordan Spieth fired a 6-under 66 to sit atop of the leaderboard heading into day two.

Danny Lee and Shane Lowry ended the day at 4-under, while Paul Casey, Sergio Garcia, Soren Kjeldsen, Ian Poulter and Justin Rose ranked right behind them at 3-under par.

As a result of his dominating play, Spieth's odds jumped all the way from +1000 to +200 in the span of 24 hours at BetOnline. The Texan became the first player in Masters history to hold the outright lead in five consecutive rounds at Augusta National.

Spieth also tied the record for lowest opening round by a defending Masters champion, set by Jose Maria Olazabel in 1996. No player in PGA Tour history has ever successfully defended a major title below the age of 22.

The time is now to back world No. 1 Jason Day. Day came out of the gate on fire by opening the front nine with an impressive 31. But the rigors of the vaunted course got to Day on the back nine, and the Australian fell all the way to even par as a result. Day is available at a great price of +1000, something that could be a bit of an overreaction due to his poor play to end the round. He's simply far too talented to count out at this point.

Rory McIlroy was unspectacular yet solid on Thursday, shooting an opening round of 70 to sit tied for fourth place at 2-under. The Northern Irishmen has the second-best odds to win the tournament at +550. If McIlroy can slip on his first green jacket, it will be massive for his home continent, as no European has won the Masters since 1999.

Here's a trend to keep an eye on: each of the last 10 Masters champions were within at least four strokes of the lead and inside the top 10 after the first day of play. If that holds up, it would leave 12 players in the mix (Spieth, Lee, Lowry, Casey, Garcia, Kjeldsen, Poulter, Rose, Billy Horschel, McIlroy, Scott Piercy and Danny Willett).

Here's a look at the book's updated odds.

2016 Masters Odds
GolferOdds
Jordan Spieth+200
Rory McIlroy+550
Justin Rose+800
Jason Day+1000
Sergio Garcia+1800
Shane Lowry+2000
Paul Casey+2500
Danny Lee+2800
Danny Willett+3300
Dustin Johnson+3300
Hideki Matsuyama+4000
Henrik Stenson+4000
Ian Poulter+4000
Louis Oosthuizen+4000
Brandt Snedeker+5000
Jimmy Walker+5000
Billy Horschel+6600
Zach Johnson+6600
Bubba Watson+8000
Field+1600

Odds as of April 8 at BetOnline

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Action gets underway at Augusta National today and a new Masters favorite has emerged.

Australia's Jason Day, who was previously in a three-way tie atop of odds lists with Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy, is now a sole +700 favorite to wear the green jacket on Sunday. Spieth has dropped from +700 to +100 since the Shell Houston Open, while McIlroy's chances have lowered from +700 to +850 over the course of the week.

Considering how well Day is playing right now, that news shouldn't surprise you. Day is a combined -36 in majors over the course of the last three years — nine shots better than any other player during that span. Day recently eclipsed Spieth to regain the title as the world No. 1, and he deserves to be the sole favorite in this regard.

McIlroy and Spieth weren't the only ones to see their numbers adjusted. Bubba Watson (+1000 to +1200), Adam Scott (+1000 to +1200), Rickie Fowler (+1200 to +1100) and Dustin Johnson (+1800 to +1600) have all seen movement at the shop as of late.

Time is running out, so get your bets in sooner rather than later. The 80th edition of the Masters begins on today. Check back throughout the tournament for the latest odds.

2016 Masters Odds
GolferOdds
Jason Day+700
Rory McIlroy+850
Jordan Spieth+1000
Rickie Fowler+1100
Bubba Watson+1200
Adam Scott+1200
Phil Mickelson+1400
Dustin Johnson+1600
Justin Rose+1800
Henrik Stenson+2000
Louis Oosthuizen+2500
Charl Schwartzel+3300
Hideki Matsuyama+3300
Patrick Reed+4000
Brandt Snedeker+4000
Sergio Garcia+4000
Zach Johnson+4000
Brooks Koepka+4000
Branden Grace+5000
Marc Leishman+6600
Matt Kuchar+6600
Jimmy Walker+6600
Danny Willett+6600
Paul Casey+6600

Odds as of April 7 at BetOnline

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The day golf fans and bettors have been waiting is almost here, as the 80th edition of the Masters gets underway on April 7. Sportsbooks are clearly expecting this year's tournament to be wide open affair, with three of the world's top golfers are listed as co-favorites.

Jordan Spieth, Jason Day and Rory McIlroy are all available at +700 at BetOnline. Spieth dominated at Augusta National in 2015, leading wire-to-wire and becoming the second-youngest Masters champion ever at the age of 21.

When it comes to odds moves, wily veteran Phil Mickelson and Dustin Johnson are clearly receiving plenty of action. The shop has adjusted Mickelson's chances of slipping on the green jacket from +1800 to +1400, while Johnson's odds dropped from +2000 to +1800.

That's especially noteworthy due to Lefty's comfort at the course and Johnson's failure to get the job done when the stakes are at their highest. Mickelson is a three-time Masters champion (2004, 2006 and 2010), while DJ is still searching for his first major title after completely falling apart on Sunday at the U.S. Open last year.

In the most unsurprising news of the week, former world No. 1 Tiger Woods has announced he will not participate in the event. Woods has been suffering from a plethora of injuries but did state he is hoping to make his return before the season is over. Tiger has not won a major since 2008 - a depressingly long drought for one of the most famous men to ever pick up a golf club.

2016 Masters Odds
GolferOdds
Jordan Spieth+700
Rory McIlroy+700
Jason Day+700
Bubba Watson+1000
Adam Scott+1000
Rickie Fowler+1200
Phil Mickelson+1400
Dustin Johnson+1800
Justin Rose+2200
Henrik Stenson+2500
Louis Oosthuizen+2500
Jimmy Walker+3300
Charl Schwartzel+3300
Hideki Matsuyama+4000
Patrick Reed+4000
Brandt Snedeker+4000
Sergio Garcia+5000
Matt Kuchar+5000
Paul Casey+5000
Brooks Koepka+5000
Zach Johnson+5000

Odds as of April 4 at BetOnline

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It's a tradition unlike any other. The Masters truly is the pinnacle of the PGA Tour, and it won't be long until the eyes of the golfing world descend upon Augusta National.

Online book BetOnline has seen plenty of movement when it comes to futures markets since the prop opened. Jordan Spieth was the odds-on favorite a few months ago, but saw Rory McIlroy join him at the top of the list within recent weeks.

Day, who leapfrogged Spieth to reclaim the title as the No. 1 golfer in the world in light of a victory at WGC-Dell Match Play, is now a +700 co-favorite to slip on the green jacket.

That gives Day two wins this season, but that success shouldn't necessarily inspire much confidence in the Aussie's backers. Oddly enough, no players who have won multiple times on the Tour prior to the Masters have ever emerged triumphant in Georgia since Phil Mickelson accomplished the feat in 2006.

The only other golfer whose odds are on the rise since last week is Louis Oosthuizen. Oosthuizen went all the way to the final round at WGC-Dell Match Play before falling to Day and has seen his chances lower from +3300 to +2500.

Unsurprisingly, Tiger Woods' Masters odds have tumbled significantly in a matter of days. Woods, who's been battling a back injury for months, was +2000 to garner the title on March 28 but now sits at +5000. Tiger hasn't officially withdrawn from the tournament, but it seems highly unlikely the ex-world No. 1 will be anywhere near the top of the leaderboard even if he does try and play through the pain.

The Masters gets underway on Thursday, April 7.

2016 Masters Odds
GolferOdds
Jordan Spieth+700
Rory McIlroy+700
Jason Day+700
Bubba Watson+1000
Adam Scott+1000
Rickie Fowler+1200
Phil Mickelson+1800
Dustin Johnson+2000
Justin Rose+2200
Henrik Stenson+2500
Louis Oosthuizen+2500
Jimmy Walker+3300
Hideki Matsuyama+4000
Patrick Reed+4000
Brandt Snedeker+4000
Sergio Garcia+5000
Matt Kuchar+5000
Tiger Woods+5000
Paul Casey+5000
Brooks Koepka+5000
Zach Johnson+5000
Charl Schwartzel+6600

Odds as of March 31 at BetOnline

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Another PGA tournament in the books, another step closer to the highlight of the professional golfing calendar. The 2016 edition of The Masters is rapidly approaching, but sportsbooks appear to be holding steadily in the odds department.

BetOnline has not budged this month, as Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy remain the favorites to slip on the green jacket at Augusta. Fresh off a win at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, Jason Day remains in the third spot at +800.

One player whose chances are on the upswing is Bubba Watson. Watson, who won the renowned tournament in 2012, has seen his odds lowered from +1200 to +1000 in recent weeks. The big hitter has won twice so far this year at the Hero World Challenge and the Northern Trust Open.

Is Spieth worth a wager at this point? It's hard to make a case for it. While the 23-year-old's immense talent is undeniable — look at his phenomenal 2015 for proof — he's struggled in 2016 and simply hasn't resembled last year's form. Spieth triumphed in Georgia last year, so he's proven he can get the job done on the biggest stage, but McIlroy is looking like the safer bet this time around.

American young gun Rickie Fowler is still searching for his first major title, and Augusta could be his best shot to get the monkey off his back. Fowler (+1200) has placed within in the top 12 in each of the last two fixtures and appears ready to take the leap into the upper echelon of the PGA Tour.

Here's a look at the book's full list of odds. Who are you backing? Let us know in the comment section.

2016 Masters Odds
GolferOdds
Jordan Spieth+700
Rory McIlroy+700
Jason Day+800
Bubba Watson+1000
Adam Scott+1000
Rickie Fowler+1200
Phil Mickelson+1800
Dustin Johnson+2000
Tiger Woods+2000
Justin Rose+2200
Henrik Stenson+2500
Jimmy Walker+3300
Louis Oosthuizen+3300
Hideki Matsuyama+4000
Patrick Reed+4000
Brandt Snedeker+4000
Sergio Garcia+5000
Matt Kuchar+5000
Paul Casey+5000
Brooks Koepka+5000
Zach Johnson+5000
Charl Schwartzel+6600

Odds as of March 21 at BetOnline

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We’re only one month away from the 2016 edition of the Masters, and two men now share the co-favorite distinction to slip on the green jacket at sportsbooks.

Online shop BetOnline is offering Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy at +600 apiece – the first time Spieth has not been atop of the leaderboard by himself. Spieth hasn’t had the torrid start to the season that many thought he would after a dominant 2015, while McIlroy is resembling his old form in the wake of a severe down year.

Bubba Watson, who’s won at Augusta twice in his last four appearances, has seen his price drop from +1400 to +1200. Thanks mainly by his impressive length off the tee, Watson is once again a fixture on Sundays this season and is fresh off a big win at the Northern Trust Open.

Another golfer to keep an eye on is Adam Scott. The Aussie is red-hot right now, coming off back-to-back wins in consecutive weeks at the Honda Classic and the WGC-Cadillac Championship. As a result of his stellar play, the book has lowered his odds from +2500 to +1200 with the highly anticipated event on the horizon. Scott is a former Masters winner, topping the field in 2013 – his first and only major victory.

I’m not even going to go into how much Tiger Woods at +2000 is a complete stay away. If you’re curious as to why you shouldn’t back the former world No. 1, do some Googling and save your money.

Phil Mickelson (+1800) is always an intriguing option at this course. A three-time Masters champion, Lefty is clearly comfortable on golf’s biggest stage and always seems to pull some tricks out of his bag at this tournament.

2016 Masters Odds
GolferOdds
Jordan Spieth+600
Rory McIlroy+600
Jason Day+800
Bubba Watson+1200
Rickie Fowler+1200
Adam Scott+1200
Phil Mickelson+1800
Dustin Johnson+1800
Tiger Woods+2000
Justin Rose+2200
Henrik Stenson+2500
Jimmy Walker+3300
Louis Oosthuizen+3300
Hideki Matsuyama+4000
Patrick Reed+4000
Brandt Snedeker+4000
Sergio Garcia+5000
Matt Kuchar+5000
Paul Casey+5000
Brooks Koepka+5000
Zach Johnson+5000
Charl Schwartzel+6600

Odds as of March 7 at BetOnline

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The highlight of the golfing calendar, the Masters, is only two few months away, but the time is now to look for value when it comes to wagering on the prestigious tournament.

Jordan Spieth was listed as +600 favorite at BetOnline to slip on the green jacket for the second time in as many years in early January, but his odds have since dropped to +500 as of February 9. The world no. 1 exploded onto the scene last year, winning at the Masters, the U.S. Open before missing a playoff at the British Open by one stroke and finishing second at the PGA Championship. Unsurprisingly, Spieth swept all the major awards at the end of the year.

Rory McIlroy still remains with the second best chances, but his odds have moved from +650 to +600 at the shop. McIlroy has fared well so far in the 2016 campaign, and the Masters would provide a great opportunity to reclaim the spotlight which has been stolen by fellow young gun Spieth.

Outside the top of the list, Rickie Fowler (+2000 to +1600), Henrik Stenson (+2800 to +2500) and Brandt Snedeker (+5000 to +4000) have seen the biggest movement. Fowler held off McIlroy to win at Abu Dhabi and lost a heartbreaker to Hideki Matsuyama in a playoff at the Waste Management Phoenix Open while continuing to become a familiar face near the top of leaderboards.

The betting public should be a bit more wary of Stenson, however. One of the most well rounded players on the Tour, Stenson has had trouble at Augusta, as the Swede has never finished in the top 10 in 10 appearances - the only Major he's failed to do so in.

Snedeker's odds jump are a result of his outstanding performance at the Farmers Insurance Open, where the veteran endured brutal conditions to pick up his seventh PGA Tour victory since 2011. Only Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy have won more during that span.

Take a look at the list below. Where do you think the value is?

2016 Masters Odds
GolferOdds
Jordan Spieth+500
Rory McIlroy+600
Jason Day+700
Bubba Watson+1400
Rickie Fowler+1600
Dustin Johnson+1800
Justin Rose+2000
Tiger Woods+2000
Adam Scott+2500
Henrik Stenson+2500
Jimmy Walker+3300
Hideki Matsuyama+4000
Patrick Reed+4000
Brandt Snedeker+4000
Sergio Garcia+5000
Matt Kuchar+5000
Paul Casey+5000
Louis Oosthuizen+5000
Brooks Koepka+5000
Zach Johnson+5000
Charl Schwartzel+6600

Odds as of February 9 at BetOnline

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For golf fans, The Masters is a tradition unlike any other. Considering how deep the talent pool is for this year’s edition of golf’s most coveted major, prognosticating who will slip on the green jacket in April is as tough as it’s been in recent memory.

The professional golf world has seen an influx of young talent dominate the competition over the last few years, leading many pundits to dub the current time period the “golden age of golf.” According to online shop BetOnline, the brightest of those young guns, Jordan Spieth, is a +600 favorite to repeat as Masters champion this year.

If you paid any attention to Spieth’s huge 2015, that shouldn’t surprise you. The 22-year-old Texan led wire-to-wire in a runaway victory at Augusta by shooting an 18-under – tied for the best score ever at the renowned course. Spieth won the U.S. Open without his best stuff, missed a playoff at The Open by a single shot and finished second at the PGA Championship at 17-under par. Not bad for a kid who turned pro just three and a half years ago.

You can’t blame Rory McIlroy if he’s feeling a bit left out. Prior to Spieth’s explosion onto the scene, McIlroy was perceived as golf’s next big thing. With Tiger Woods’ slow decline leaving the throne vacant atop of the golfing world, McIlroy seemed like the perfect successor.

But the Northern Irishman endured a challenging season in 2015, missing The Open after enduring an injury playing soccer en route to going 0-for-4 in majors. McIlroy wasn’t much of a factor in any of those events but is a very attractive selection to have a bounce back season in 2016, becoming the unanimous choice to win the player of the year award according to ESPN’s golf experts. McIlroy and Australian Jason Day rank just behind Spieth with the second-best Masters odds (+650).

Always the bridesmaid but never the bride, Day finally won the first major of his career at the 2015 PGA Championship in convincing fashion. The Australian scored a record 20 strokes under par at the tournament while jumping up to No. 2 in the official world rankings in the process. Simply put, it wouldn’t surprise anyone if Day left Georgia with another major win under his belt.

Here’s a look at the book’s full list of odds:

2016 Masters Odds
GolferOdds
Jordan Spieth+600
Rory McIlroy+650
Jason Day+650
Bubba Watson+1400
Dustin Johnson+1800
Justin Rose+2000
Rickie Fowler+2000
Tiger Woods+2000
Adam Scott+2500
Henrik Stenson+2800
Jimmy Walker+3300
Hideki Matsuyama+4000
Patrick Reed+4000
Sergio Garcia+5000
Matt Kuchar+5000
Paul Casey+5000
Louis Oosthuizen+5000
Brooks Koepka+5000
Brandt Snedeker+5000
Zach Johnson+5000
Charl Schwartzel+6600

Odds as of January 7 at BetOnline

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