Early Betting Odds to Win the 2017 Masters

Early Betting Odds to Win the 2017 Masters
STEPH CURRY FALLS TO THE FLOOR AS ANDRE IGUADALA TELLS HIM JORDAN SPIETH BLEW LAST YEAR'S MASTERS

STEPH CURRY FALLS TO THE FLOOR AS ANDRE IGUADALA TELLS HIM JORDAN SPIETH BLEW LAST YEAR’S MASTERS

Interesting…despite a mezza-mezza finish season (comparatively) Jordan is still top seed in Vegas betting, along with perennial fave RoRy McIlroy.

The biggest joke is, of course, Tiger Woods at 22-1. That has his lsted above Henrik Stenson, Justin Rose, Phil Mickelson, Rickie Fowler, and Patrick Reed to name a few.

Again – the line is not where Vegas thinks the player will finish, but a reflection of how much money they can get suckers to wager. Hack betters will say “WOW! 22-1 on Tiger! What a bargain!” But in reality the bookies know that Woods is really more like 44-1 or even 66-1. He’ll contend; he always plays well at Augusta, but he can’t keep it at top level for 72 holes, not with so many creaky injuries.

Our early favorites include the red-hot Justin Thomas, a steal at 75-1, Rory, Jason Day, Matt Kuchar at 55-1 and Louis Oosthuizen at 60-1. Bubba is also available at a decent price, 18-1.

Odds To Win 2017 Masters (4/6/17)
Golfer Odds
Jordan Spieth 15/2
Rory McIlroy 15/2
Jason Day 8/1
Dustin Johnson 10/1
Hideki Matsuyama 13/1
Bubba Watson 18/1
Adam Scott 20/1
Tiger Woods 22/1
Henrik Stenson 25/1
Justin Rose 27/1
Phil Mickelson 29/1
Rickie Fowler 30/1
Patrick Reed 35/1
Jon Rahm 50/1
Brandt Snedeker 55/1
Brooks Koepka 55/1
Jimmy Walker 55/1
Matt Kuchar 55/1
Paul Casey 55/1
Sergio Garcia 55/1
Charl Schwartzel 60/1
Louis Oosthuizen 60/1
Thomas Pieters 60/1
Danny Willett 65/1
J.B. Holmes 65/1
Matthew Fitzpatrick 70/1
Shane Lowry 70/1
Zach Johnson 70/1
Gary Woodland 75/1
Justin Thomas 75/1
Alex Noren 80/1
Kevin Na 80/1
Lee Westwood 80/1
Marc Leishman 90/1
Bryson DeChambeau 100/1
Cameron Smith 100/1
Ian Poulter 100/1
Jim Furyk 100/1
Bill Haas 110/1
Byeong Hun An 110/1
Daniel Berger 110/1
Emiliano Grillo 110/1

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Jay Flemma