The 2017 Masters will be the 81st edition of this prestigious tournament, and takes place from April 6-April 9 at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, GA. Last year Danny Willett was the surprise winner at 125:1 odds to win the tournament after Jordan Spieth’s historic collapse, and below shows the most recent winners and their pre-tournament odds around the market:
Recently we’ve seen a nice mix of favorites and longshots winning the Masters, and this year’s field is expected to include Tiger Woods. Although his odds are severely overstated around the market, people love to bet on Woods and sportsbooks will gladly take their action. The table below shows the odds to win the 2017 Masters from Bovada and 5Dimes:
|Golfer||Jan 9, 2017
|Aug 1, 2016
Willett was listed at just 28:1 at Bovada back in August, but he’s now at 60:1 at 5Dimes. Jason Day, Rory McIlroy, and Jordan Spieth are the co-favorites at +800 odds with Dustin Johnson and Hideki Matsuyama right behind. Matsuyama and Justin Thomas have seen their odds improve drastically since last year and could be two guys to watch out for.
As the tournament approaches, we’ll have a more in-depth preview with potential value plays, updated odds to win, prop bets and more.
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