Kent Tukeli |  Tue 02/04/2019 - 02:25 EDT

US Masters Golf 2019 Odds Preview

US Masters Golf 2019 Odds Preview
The 85th edition of the Masters tees off on April 11th at the historic Augusta National Golf Club. US Masters golf odds considers last year's champ, Patrick Reed, as a considerable longshot to win again. Instead, sportsbooks believe that Rory McIlroy will finally earn the only major which has eluded him. Tiger Woods, Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka round out the biggest favorites for this prestigious event.

US Masters Golf Favorites 2019

Predictions for US Masters golf betting tend to be difficult, given how the Augusta National Golf Club has witnessed plenty of champions rise unexpectedly. In 2019, sports betting sites and golf fans are fixated on the return of Tiger Woods, who resurrected his career with a string of exciting results.
 
A large field consisting of the best golfers in the world will congregate to tee off for this prestigious event, with Masters golf tournament odds listing Rory McIlroy as the duffer most likely to wear the Green Jacket after four rounds of 18 holes. Will McIlroy finally capture the Grand Slam which has eluded him his entire career?
 

Rory McIlroy +800

There isn’t a golfer more thirsty than Rory at this year’s Masters. The Irish superstar has collected a pair of PGA Championships, a U.S. Open and British Open between 2011 and 2015, but he hasn’t been able to break through for another major since. He joined Woods and Nicklaus as the only two golfers to win four major and 15 PGA Tour wins prior to age 30. Winning the Players Championship bodes well for McIlroy, who’s playing excellent golf during the run up to Augusta.
 

Dustin Johnson +1000

Johnson’s been swinging a hot club to begin the year, winning the Saudi International and the WGC-Mexico Championship. As such, he enters the 2019 Masters on a roll, putting various controversies behind him. These issues have dogged his career, perhaps preventing him from winning several additional titles. His 2016 U.S. Open win showed the PGA that he’s a threat to win any tournament when he’s locked in and focused on the sport.
 

Tiger Woods +1200

After overcoming the repercussions of several painful surgeries, Tiger Woods roared back into the spotlight with a superb 2018 season. He hasn’t won a major since the 2008 U.S. Open, but plenty of bettors and fans believe Tiger has at least one more major in the tank. Considering that he only has a single top ten finish under his belt in tournament play this year, there’s a good chance that he’s a bit overvalued in the sports betting market.
 

Brooks Koepka +1400

After winning the 2018 U.S. Open and PGA Championship, Brooks Koepka probably should be considered the best bet to win the Masters. However, his best finish at this tournament is 11th in 2017, and he hasn’t played as well as other favorites to begin the season. Nonetheless, given his rise into the number one spot in Official World Golf Rankings last year, Brooks is an excellent value at +1400.
 

Justin Rose +1400

Rose has been the bridesmaid twice at Augusta, finishing second in the 2015 and 2017 edition of the event. He won the U.S. Open in 2013, and he’d love to wear the Green Jacket after coming so close twice. Rose is listed as the top ranked golfer after winning the Farmers Insurance Open in January, placing him in a superb position to play well at the Masters. Similar to Koepka, Rose offers outstanding wagering value as a top-ranked golfer.
 

Bryson DeChambeau +1600

A golfing prodigy on the rise, DeChambeau earned the nickname “The Professor” after becoming the fifth person to win the U.S. Amateur and the NCAA Division I Championship in the same year. Bryson hasn’t broken through at the majors yet, but he’s won seven events, including five PGA victories. This could be the year that DeChambeau becomes a PGA star.
 

Justin Thomas +1600

As the PGA Tour leading money earner of 2017 and 2018, Justin Thomas knows a thing or two about winning at golf. His biggest career achievement was a win at the 2017 PGA Championship, which added to his 10 tournament victories as a pro, including nine PGA events. Justin nearly won the Genesis Open in February, but dropped a lead in the final round, unable to deal with gusty conditions. If Augusta’s windy, you might want to steer away from Justin.
 

Rickie Fowler +1600

Fowler has finished second three times at majors, including a second place finish at the Masters in 2018. Despite these disappointments, he’s proven his ability to play well at Augusta, which gives him a bit of an edge compared to other favorites on this list. His latest win in Phoenix showed impressive resilience, overcoming a late deficit to earn the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
 

Jon Rahm +1800

This Spanish star was atop the World Amatuer Golf Rankings for a record-smashing 60 weeks before turning pro. As a 24 year-old, he already has six pro wins, including two PGA titles and two European Tour victories. Rahm finished fourth in the 2018 Masters and fourth at the PGA Championship, announcing his presence as a significant threat to win his first major. Will he break through at the Masters? 
 

Francesco Molinari +2000

Molinari was a surprise winner of the British Open last year, finally earning a major after struggling though several years of difficulties. He’s never played well at the Masters, with a best-ever finish of 10th in 2012. Now that he’s proven himself on one of the biggest stages of golf, he should be considered a solid longshot to surprise at the Masters as well.
 

Jordan Spieth +2000

Spieth enjoyed a ridiculous amount of success at an early age, winning the 2015 U.S. Open and Masters, along with the 2017 edition of the British Open. His 14 pro wins at the age of 25 is an extremely impressive number, giving him a shot at becoming an all-time great. Unfortunately for Jordan, he hasn’t won a tournament for more than a year, recently missing the cut at the Players Championship. He could suddenly resurrect his best golf, but it might be a while until he rediscovers his stroke.
 

Masters 2019 Odds – The Rest Of The Field

  • Tommy Fleetwood +2500
  • Jason Day +3000
  • Paul Casey +3000
  • Phil Mickelson +3000
  • Tony Finau +3000
  • Bubba Watson +3500
  • Xander Schauffele +3500
  • Adam Scott +4000
  • Cameron Smith +4000
  • Hideki Matsuyama +4000
  • Louis Oosthuizen +4000
  • Matt Kuchar +4000
  • Patrick Reed +4000
  • Sergio Garcia +4500
  • Gary Woodland +5000
  • Henrik Stenson +5000
  • Marc Leishman +5000
  • Danny Willett +8000
  • Hao Tong Li +8000
  • Jim Furyk +8000
  • Kevin Kisner +8000
  • Patrick Cantlay +8000
  • Cameron Champ +10000
  • Ian Poulter +10000
  • Lucas Bjerregaard +10000
  • Matthew Fitzpatrick +10000
  • Webb Simpson +10000
  • Thomas Pieters +11000
  • Si Woo Kim +12000
  • Alex Noren +12500
  • Brandt Snedeker +12500
  • Charl Schwartzel +12500
  • Matt Wallace +12500
  • Tyrrell Hatton +12500
  • Lee Westwood +13000
  • Branden Grace +13500
  • Keegan Bradley +14000
  • Rafa Cabrera Bello +14000
  • Adam Hadwin +15000
  • Billy Horschel +15000
  • Byeong Hun An +15000
  • Charles Howell III +15000
  • Daniel Berger +15000
  • Eddie Pepperell +15000
  • J.B. Holmes +15000
  • Kiradech Aphibarnrat +15000
  • Shane Lowry +15000
  • Thorbjorn Olesen +15000
  • Emiliano Grillo +16000
  • Charley Hoffman +17500
  • Ryan Moore +17500
  • Zach Johnson +19000
  • Jimmy Walker +20000
  • Keith Mitchell +20000
  • Kevin Chappell +20000
  • Martin Kaymer +20000
  • Russell Henley +20000
  • Aaron Wise +25000
  • Brian Harman +25000
  • Kevin Tway +25000
  • Ross Fisher +25000
  • Stewart Cink +25000
  • Brendan Steele +30000
  • Dylan Frittelli +30000
  • Kevin Na +30000
  • Kyle Stanley +30000
  • Patton Kizzire +30000
  • Satoshi Kodaira +35000
  • Jason Dufner +40000
  • Pat Perez +40000
  • Shubhankar Sharma +40000
  • Andrew Landry +50000
  • Bernhard Langer +50000
  • Fred Couples +50000
  • Michael Kim +50000
  • Adam Long +60000
  • Trevor Immelman +75000
  • Vijay Singh +75000
  • Angel Cabrera +80000
  • Mike Weir +100000
  • Sandy Lyle +150000
  • Ian Woosnam +200000
  • Jose Maria Olazabal +200000
  • Larry Mize +200000

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