US Masters Odds
April 9-12, 2020
We have all the odds you need for the best tournament in golf - the US Masters from Augusta.
You'll find odds for all the major betting markets being offered by legal sportsbooks including tournament winner, matchups, top 5, top American and plenty more.
Take a look at our detailed Masters 2020 Preview including an early winner pick at 50-1.
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About the Masters
The US Masters is the first major golf tournament of the year, and is the only one of the four majors played at the same venue every year - Augusta National.
One of the most well known traditions in all of sports is the presentation of the green jacket to the winner of the Masters Tournament. This iconic scene takes place in the Butler Cabin at the conclusion of the tournament.
Jack Nicklaus has the most green jackets, with six wins to his name. Tiger Woods has won the event five times, with the latest coming last year with a pulsating win down the stretch.
Numerous other hall-of-game golfers have triumphed at the hallowed Augusta National course, including Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, Nick Faldo and Phil Mickelson.
Another famous tradition taking place on the Wednesday before each tournament is the par 3 contest. This event is said to be a jinx for the main event though, as no par 3 contest winner has gone on to win the Masters in the same year.
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Betting on the Masters
Online sportsbooks offer a plethora of markets to be on the tournament.
You can obviously bet the winner of the Masters, but you can also bet top 5, top 10, top 20 finish, top American, top European, top South African and more nationalities.
There are also group bets, where you can pick the player to finish highest from a selection of two or three. Additionally, before the event you can bet players to make or miss the cut.
A fun prop bet that's available for the Masters event is whether there will be a hole-in-one during the tournament. The course has four par 3 holes, and the tournament has seen a total of 27 hole-in-ones in it's history.