The year’s first major championship is here and we head into the Sunday, April 10 with the world No. 1 leading the way. You can see the Masters 2022 odds below.
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After a thrilling 2021 edition saw Hideki Matsuyama claim not only his first major title but Japan’s first one as well, the 30-year-old is looking to keep the coveted green jacket in 2022. He arrived at Augusta National Golf Club as one of three two-time winners on the PGA Tour this season, but now sits outside the top 10 in 2022 Masters odds.
At -225 odds, Scottie Scheffler leads the latest odds to win the Masters at Bovada, with a 69.23 percent implied probability to win. The American is followed by Cameron Smith (+250), Sung-Jae Im (+1400), Shane Lowry (+4000), and Justin Thomas (+5000).
Pre-tournament favorite Jon Rahm has fallen down the board at +250000. He is still in search of his first victory of the season since his dramatic major triumph at Torrey Pines in the 2021 U.S. Open.
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Of course, the biggest name on the list is Tiger Woods, who now has odds of +250000 to win the Masters in his return. Be sure to check out our dedicated Tiger Woods Masters odds page as well.
The 2022 Masters Odds: Big Names Crowd Top Of List
|Harold Varner III||+200000|
|Si Woo Kim||+200000|
Odds as of April 9 at Bovada
Can Betting Favorite Scottie Scheffler Close Out The Masters?
One should not be surprised if the world No. 1 is able to slip on the green jacket given how he has looked this year and how he looked in the first three rounds. After finishing in the top-20 at Augusta National in both 2020 and 2021, Scheffler continued his tear on the course, shooting a 68 in Round 1, followed by 67 in Round 2, and a 71 in Round 3 of the 2022 tournament.
Scottie has been on a tear this season finishing top-10 in six of the 12 events he has participated it, winning three of those events. Scheffler came into the tournament as hot as anyone in the field, which has led him to an incredible three shot lead heading into the weekend.
Scheffler will look to hold off Cameron Smith who brough the lead to within four heading into Sunday. Sung-Jae Im trails Smith by two strokes in third, so he is ways away from Scheffler, but don't count him out.
Long Shot Masters Pick To Consider
Justin Thomas (+5000)
The world No. 7 should not be overlooked as a potential candidate to make a Sunday run at a green jacket. Despite being seven shots back of Scheffler, He currently sits at -2 after starting the tournament with a 76 (+4) on Thursday.
Thomas arrived at Augusta in great form, finishing in the top-10 in four of his last five events. The conditions are supposed to be much better tomorrow then they have been the past couple rounds.
If anyone in the world can do it, it would Justin Thomas. If Thomas can find his touch on and around the greens and if he is able to piece these three aspects of his game together, he could make a run if Scheffler is to faulter a little bit.
Top Value Pick In 2022 Masters Odds: Cameron Smith (+250)
The one player with a legitimate shot at the moment to catch up to the world No. 1, is Cameron Smith. Smith has looked tremendous in two of his three rounds, and sits just three shots back.
You can make the argument that Smith is in the best form of any golfer not named Scottie Scheffler. Smith has won two of his last four tournaments in finds himself second at the Master's heading into Sunday. He has evolved into one of the most consistent players in the world, ranking sixth in the rankings.
Day three was a big day from the Aussie native as he played a fundamentally sound round of golf, shooting a 68 (-4) with just two bogeys. If anyone is to put the pressure on Scheffler, it would be Cam Smith. All it takes is one two-shot swing where Scheffler bogeys, and Smith birdies, to make this one very interesting. The value could get even better if you wait a few holes and the lead remains the same.
How Do Masters Betting Odds Work?
Looking at golf odds can be complicated if you’re new to betting on the sport, so don’t worry if it’s a little overwhelming at first. Learning How to Bet on Golf is fun and easy at Odds Shark, but it’s important to understand the basics of golf betting before you go all-in on Tiger Woods to win the 2022 Masters.
Many sportsbooks have the GOAT listed at +250000 (American odds) to slip on the green jacket. So, a $100 bet on Tiger to win the Masters would pay out $250,100 for a net profit of $250,000. Use Odds Shark’s betting odds calculator to calculate your future winnings.
Why Is Betting On The Masters So Unique?
Make no mistake, the Masters is undoubtedly the biggest golf tournament in the world. Due to its prestige, winning the Masters is the greatest individual achievement a golfer can accomplish. For us golf bettors, too, there is no greater feeling than cashing in an outright winner on a Sunday in April.
There is one significant edge to keep in mind about the Masters. The tournament is the only major that does not change its setting every year. Augusta National has always been the only course to host the Masters, meaning players who have a good track record at the venue are much more reliable in Masters betting.
There have been some changes to Augusta over the years, but the course has played essentially the same since the 1970s.
Masters Betting FAQ
When will the Masters be held?
The 2022 Masters will be held from April 7-10 at Augusta National Golf Club. For more up-to-date golf information, visit our PGA Tour page.
What kind of bets can I make on the Masters?
From props to futures and head-to-heads, there are several ways to bet on the action at Augusta National Golf Club! Head over to our How to Bet on the Masters page for a detailed breakdown of all your Masters betting options.
Who is favored to win the Masters?
Dustin Johnson, Jon Rahm, Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas are the likeliest candidates to win the 2022 Masters Tournament, according to sportsbooks.
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