Rory McIlroy and Tom Kim walk to the no. 12 tee during a practice round for The Masters golf tournament at Augusta National Golf Club.
Rory McIlroy and Tom Kim walk to the no. 12 tee during a practice round for The Masters golf tournament at Augusta National Golf Club.

2023 Masters Betting Guide: Best Bets, Odds, Picks and Predictions

The Masters has arrived, and it couldn't have come at a better time. With the college basketball season behind us, and sports like NBA and NHL wrapping up their respective regular seasons, golf will have our attention this weekend.

Augusta National needs no introduction, as its beautiful tradition and history is what make this event so special every year. It will demand the best from the top golfers in the world in the first of four majors for the 2023 golf season.

Scottie Scheffler won this thing going away last year, and enters as the favorite to repeat via WynnBET’s opening betting odds. But this field is as loaded as ever, including several different LIV golfers who only compete in certain PGA events.

Will Scheffler defend his crown or will another golfer put on the green jacket on Sunday? Let’s find out.

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The Masters Betting Odds

  • Rory McIlroy +700

  • Scottie Scheffler +700

  • Jon Rahm +900

  • Jordan Spieth +1600

  • Patrick Cantlay +1800

  • Justin Thomas +2000

  • Tony Finau +2000

  • Cameron Smith +2200

  • Dustin Johnson +2200

  • Jason Day +2200

  • Xander Schauffele +2200

  • Collin Morikawa +2500

  • Max Homa +2500

Best Bets

Collin Morikawa (+2500) — With 11 different golfers priced at 22/1 or better, I like the idea of starting my card further down the board. Morikawa is a multi-major winner, and has a nice trajectory in his three appearances here in Augusta. A 67 on Sunday helped him notch a fifth-place finish at last year’s Masters event. As the best iron player in the sport, Morikawa always has a chance to win here.

Will Zalatoris (+3500) — In his two trips here,  Zalatoris has finished second and fifth. Like Morikawa, he has a track record for turning it on in the biggest events. He doesn’t have the greatest form coming in, but Zalatrois’ fourth-place finish at the Genesis in February is proof that we should never count him out when the lights are brightest. He ranks sixth in strokes gained: ball striking over the last 50 measured rounds in this field.

Min Woo Lee (+6600) — After a 14th-place finish as a debutant last year, Min Woo Lee is an intriguing flier at 66/1. Lee’s last event was a sixth-place finish at The Players in March, showing that he’s also capable of being in the mix at marquee events. He gained over seven strokes putting that weekend, so another hot performance with his flatstick could be crucial to success here.

Tom Kim (+7000) — This will be his first crack at Augusta, which doesn’t bode well for victory, but Kim is too tantalizing of a prospect not to have a few bucks on this weekend. He already has two PGA Tour victories under his belt, and he ranks sixth in strokes gained: approach over the last 50 rounds. At 70/1, you could do worse than having a flier on Kim this weekend.

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