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2019 US Masters Betting Odds

Augusta National is prepped and ready to go for the biggest golf tournament on American soil- The Masters. Full of iconic holes and charged with history, The Augusta National is the Mecca of American Golf. This weekend, 87 of the top golfers in the world will square off in an attempt to have the honor of donning a Green Jacket.

The field is tight this year with several contenders. Rory McIlroy is getting a lot of attention as the favorite, but he will have to get past some tough competition in Dustin Johnson, Justin Rose and Tiger Woods, among others.

Deciding who will prevail is a tough task, with many variables in play. Find the best golf betting odds in our sportsbook, register now to place your bets:

Justin Rose +1200

Rose has an impressive record at the Masters for someone who has never won. For five years straight he has finished in the top 14, twice coming in as a runner-up as recently as 2017. Coming into the tournament, he is ranked second in the World and one could make a good case that this is his year.

Tiger Woods +1000

The most famous name in the tournament, Tiger has gone 14 years without a win at the Masters. Father time is catching up with him, and the window to win another one gets smaller every year. Regardless, he is currently ranked 12th in the PGA tour and his scoring average at the Masters is the only one in history under 71. More impressively, his strokes gained has never been negative at the Masters.

Dustin Johnson +900

Currently the leader in World Golf rankings, Johnson has had a checkered history at the Masters. One would think that his long game would be suited to the Augusta Course, success has eluded Johnson every time he has tried to take home a green jacket. He has finished in the top ten in his last three appearances, but prior to that has failed to record over ten strokes gained.

Rory McIlroy +700

Having already won a British Open, a US Open and a PGA Championship, Rory McIlroy is shooting for a career grand slam with this year’s Masters. He has had a very checkered past at the course, but is slowly getting better with every attempt. In the last 36 rounds, the has finished with positive strokes gained 29 times. So far this season he has won the Players Championship and placed second at the WGC Mexico Championship. He ranks first on the Money List and 6th in total Driving distance so far on the 2019 PGA Tour.