Tiger Woods tips his hat to the fans as they applaud as he walks up No. 18 during the final round of the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club.
Tiger Woods tips his hat to the fans as they applaud as he walks up No. 18 during the final round of the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club.

2023 Masters Futures: Betting Odds to Win the Green Jacket

The 2023 Masters takes place from April 6 to April 9, and it’ll be the 87th time players have suited up to play at Augusta National Golf Club. 

This is one of the most wagered-on events, as it comes right after March Madness and is the first of the four major golf championship tournaments.

Below, we’ll list the top 10 players odds-wise and provide four picks as to who could take home the green jacket. 

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Top 10 Masters Odds

  • Scottie Scheffler: +650

  • Rory McIlroy: +800

  • Jon Rahm: +950

  • Jordan Spieth: +1200

  • Justin Thomas: +2000

  • Hax Homa: +2000

  • Jason Day: +2200

  • Cameron Smith: +2200

  • Collin Morikawa: +2200

  • Patrick Cantlay: +2500

Scottie Scheffler (+650)

Sometimes the chalkiest pick is the right one. Scheffler has dominated over the last year, winning the WM Phoenix Open and THE PLAYERS Championship. He’s also finished inside the top 10 in seven other tournaments. 

Scheffler will look to repeat as he won the tournament last year, one of his four PGA TOUR wins. 

In his fifth year as a pro, Scheffler will be difficult to keep away from winning back-to-back Masters Tournaments, the first time since Tiger Woods did it in 2001-2002. 

Max Homa (+2000)

At +2000, you could be a lot worse than Max Homa. He has yet to land inside the top 10 at a major and has missed the cut in two of his last three Masters Tournaments. That said, over this past year, he started hot. He’s won the Farmers Insurance Open and Fortinet Championship. He also had six top-10 finishes. If Homa can overcome his lack of success in majors, he should play well, as he’s easily in the top five or top three golfers on the planet. 

Jason Day (+2200)

It’s hard not to root for Day. Away from the course, he’s been dealing with some issues, including his health. Day hasn’t had a win this year, but he has six top-10 finishes. A win at the Masters would allow us to see the Day from 2010-2018, where he had 12 wins. It wasn’t too long ago that Day was the No. 1 player in the world. The odds on Day were near +3500 not so long ago, but now, at +2200, you’re still getting some value. 

Tiger Woods (+5000)

Last year, Woods shot a 70 in the opening round of the Masters to make the cut. This came just over a year after major accident that severely injured his leg. In February, at the Genesis Invitational, Woods finished inside the top 45 after not playing since The Open Championship in July 2022. 

He hasn’t had a PGA TOUR win since the 2019-2020 campaign, but hey, it’s Tiger Woods. At +5000, this is bordering on a dart throw, but you cannot deny his presence at such a prestigious tournament. 

Remember: Jack Nicklaus has 18 majors and six green jackets. Woods is still pursuing that, seeking his 16 major win and sixth green jacket. 

Woods last won The Masters Tournament in April 2019 at 43 years old. 

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