Masters 3-ball 2nd round

2024 Masters 3-Ball Bets: Value on DeChambeau In Second Round

The 2024 Masters Tournament is in full swing! Bryson DeChambeau leads after shooting an outstanding first round 65. After much of the field struggled in the tournament's opening round, there's all to play for on Friday.

I'm laser-focused on the trios battling it out on the pristine emerald fairways. Every drive, every chip and every putt has the potential for a windfall payout. Masters bettors don't have to wait till the end of the tournament to cash. Sportsbooks have left plenty of value on the board heading into Friday's second round.

Let's take a look at the groups and dive into my favorite second-round Masters 3-ball bets.

Second-Round 3-Ball Masters Pick: Bryson DeChambeau -110

Round 2 Masters 3-Ball Bets
Bryson DeChambeau-110
Thorbjorn Olesen+210
Gary Woodland+300

DeChambeau sparkled on Thursday, shooting the lowest first round of his Majors career with an unreal 65.

He's now the second-favorite to leave Augusta with a green jacket at +550 odds. The 30-year old has finished in the top-10 in each of his last four LIV starts and has all of the momentum heading into Friday's second round. Olesen shot a 71, while Woodland fell behind with a 76 in the in the first round.

I like DeChambeau to come out on top, even if he's not as spectacular as in the opening round.

DeChambeau (-110) Over Olesen, Woodland

Second-Round 3-ball Masters Pick: Joaquin Niemann +125

Round 2 Masters 3-Ball Bets
Joaquin Niemann+125
Russell Henley+160
Nick Taylor+300

Niemann hardly broke a sweat while winning this trio by three strokes during Thursday's first round. We'll jump on the in-form Chilean to pull through for us again on Friday.

He dropped in three birdies in his last six holes to get under par and I like Niemann to do the same in the second. He remains in contention to win his first green jacket.

Remember, the Chilean pro has won three tournaments in his last six starts, and finished top-five in three more.

He's displayed outstanding accuracy off the tee, boasting the third best strokes gained: tee to green mark in the field. On top of that, he also sits in the top-three in driving distance.

Niemann +125 Over Henley, Taylor

Second-Round 3-ball Masters Pick: Akshay Bhatia +175

Round 2 Masters 3-Ball Bets
Shane Lowry+125
Akshay Bhatia+175
JT Poston+270

22-year-old Akshay Bhatia is in fine form this April, scoring a victory at the Valero Texas Open last week before shooting a 71 to take the lead in this trio through 16 holes at Augusta.

Bhatia went on quite the run in San Antonio last week, bogeying just one hole and leading wire-to-wire to book his spot in the Masters. He's looked strong thus far in his first brush in Augusta, with a bogey on hole six his only blemish thus far.

While he's playing in his first Masters, Bhatia turned pro at just 17 and has gusto and driving range to come out on top in round two. Bet Bhatia at +175 odds while you still can.

Bhatia +175 over Lowry, Poston

More Second-Round Masters 3-Ball Odds

Round 2 Masters 3-Ball Bets
Byeong Hun An+160
Harris English+170
Lucas Glover+210
Round 2 Masters 3-Ball Bets
Corey Connors-230
Zach Johnson+220
Jasper Stubbs+1100
Round 2 Masters 3-Ball Bets
Luke List+150
Charl Schwartzel+160
Christo Lamprecht+250
Round 2 Masters 3-Ball Bets
Sergio Garcia+150
Ryan Fox+185
Chris Kirk+190
Round 2 Masters 3-Ball Bets
Wyndham Clark+175
Viktor Hovland+170
Cameron Smith+190
Round 2 Masters 3-Ball Bets
Adrian Meronk+140
Lee Hodges+170
Grayson Murray+240
Round 2 Masters 3-Ball Bets
Brooks Koepka+110
Brian Harman+200
Tom Kim+270
Round 2 Masters 3-Ball Bets
Jordan Spieth+150
Ludvig Aberg+180
Sahith Theegala+210
Round 2 Masters 3-Ball Bets
Max Homa+140
Jason Day+180
Tiger Woods+220

 How To Bet 3-Ball Masters Odds

Like most PGA Tour golf events, the Masters opens with groups of three, meaning books give bettors the option of picking whichever golfer they think will have the best round from every grouping. These are called “3-ball” picks.

Three-ball bets are only for a specific round, meaning bettors won’t have to wait until the tournament is over to collect their potential winnings. All you do is pick which of the three golfers posts the lowest score that day. If two of the members of the group are tied for the lowest score after 18 holes, the three-ball bet is lost.

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