2017 Masters Odds

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:

Year Golfer Pre-Tournament
Consensus Odds
2016 Danny Willett +12500
2015 Jordan Spieth +980
2014 Bubba Watson +2000
2013 Adam Scott +2800
2012 Bubba Watson +3550
2011 Charl Schwartzel +8000
2010 Phil Mickelson +650

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
(5Dimes)
Aug 1, 2016
(Bovada)
Jason Day +800 +800
Rory McIlroy +800 +800
Jordan Spieth +800 +800
Dustin Johnson +1000 +1200
Hideki Matsuyama +1200 +3300
Adam Scott +2000 +2000
Bubba Watson +2000 +1600
Tiger Woods +2200 +6600
Justin Rose +2500 +2500
Henrik Stenson +2500 +2800
Phil Mickelson +3000 +2500
Rickie Fowler +3000 +2200
Patrick Reed +3300 +5000
Brandt Snedeker +5000 +5000
Paul Casey +5000 +5000
Justin Thomas +5000 +12500
Louis Oosthuizen +5000 +4000
Brooks Koepka +6000 +6600
Danny Willett +6000 +2800
Charl Schwartzel +6000 +4000
Thomas Pieters +6600 N/A
Sergio Garcia +6600 +6000
Jimmy Walker +6600 +7500
Branden Grace +6600 +6600
Matt Kuchar +6600 +6000
Alex Noren +7000 N/A
Matthew Fitzpatrick +8000 +10000
Zach Johnson +8000 +6600
Gary Woodland +8000 N/A
Marc Leishman +10000 +8000
Lee Westwood +10000 +10000
J.B. Holmes +10000 +10000
Jim Furyk +10000 +8000
Daniel Berger +10000 +12500
Bryson DeChambeau +12000 +8000
Emiliano Grillo +12500 N/A
Shane Lowry +12500 +12500
Byeong-Hun An +12500 N/A
Rafa Cabrera-Bello +12500 +12500
Bill Haas +12500 +12500
Smylie Kaufman +15000 +8000
Charley Hoffman +15000 +15000
Jason Dufner +15000 +15000
Kevin Kisner +15000 +15000
Martin Kaymer +15000 +17500
Andy Sullivan +15000 +15000
Kevin Na +15000 N/A
Danny Lee +15000 N/A
Ian Poulter +15000 +15000
Kiradech Aphibarnrat +22500 N/A
Soren Kjeldsen +25000 N/A
Anirban Lahiri +25000 N/A
Fred Couples N/A +50000
Angel Cabrera N/A +15000
Russell Henley N/A +20000
Keegan Bradley N/A +25000
Graeme McDowell N/A +25000
Ernie Els N/A +25000
Jamie Donaldson N/A +15000
Ryan Moore N/A +15000
Luke Donald N/A +15000
Billy Horschel N/A +17500
Bernard Langer N/A +40000

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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Dan McGuire

Dan McGuire is the Operations Manager and soccer specialist at Sports Insights. He can be reached at dan.mcguire@sportsinsights.com.

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