- Odds are already available for the 2021 Masters Tournament, with returning champion Dustin Johnson as the favorite at +800 via online sportsbooks.
- Other top competitors include Bryson DeChambeau (+1000), Justin Thomas (+1000), Rory McIlroy (+1200), and Jon Rahm (+1400).
AUGUSTA, Ga. – The annual Masters Tournament requires no introduction. The 2021 edition of the prestigious event is just weeks away, with the first round teeing off on April 8.
After a unique edition of the November Masters in 2020, golf fans worldwide are glad to see the tournament return to its regular Spring date just six months after Dustin Johnson put on his green jacket.
Now, bettors can focus on the odds for the 2021 Masters, which are already available via the legal online sportsbooks.
The Masters 2021 Odds
- Dustin Johnson +800
- Bryson DeChambeau +1000
- Justin Thomas +1000
- Brooks Koepka +1200
- Jordan Spieth +1200
- Rory McIlroy +1200
- Jon Rahm +1400
- Collin Morikawa +2000
- Lee Westwood +2000
- Patrick Cantlay +2500
- Tony Finau +2500
- Viktor Hovland +2500
- Xander Schauffele +2500
- Cameron Smith +3300
- Patrick Reed +3300
- Paul Casey +3300
- Daniel Berger +4000
- Sung-Jae Im +4000
- Tyrrell Hatton +4000
- Webb Simpson +4500
- Bubba Watson +5000
- Hideki Matsuyama +5000
- Jason Day +5000
- Matthew Fitzpatrick +5000
- Tommy Fleetwood +5000
- Scottie Scheffler +5500
Atop the board sits Johnson, who enters as the No. 1 golfer via the Official World Golf Ranking.
Johnson will be looking to hold on to his jacket for a full year this time but must hold off a voracious group of young golfers looking to claim some green wool of their own.
2020 US Open Champion Bryson DeChambeau is easily one of the top contenders at this year’s Masters. DeChambeau is the longest driver on tour and when his putter is hot, he is nearly unstoppable.
There is much to be desired in his iron game, but his wedge shots have been increasingly improving. DeChambeau is available for +1000.
Justin Thomas is also available for +1000 and has shown he has one of the most well-rounded games on the tour. Thomas has the best iron game of any top player and is able to create and shape shots in nearly any situation.
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His talents were on full display at TPC Sawgrass a few weeks ago, where he won the Players after shooting a third-round 64.
Those looking to bet on the Masters will have to keep JT in mind before he turns out another incredible round.
In terms of mid-range and long shots, there is plenty of value to be found throughout the board.
2020 PGA Champion Collin Morikawa comes in at +2000, while back-to-back runner-up on the PGA Tour Lee Westwood is available for the same price due to playing some of the best golf of his long career.
Below that, Norwegian Viktor Hovland at +2500, Sung-Jae Im at +4000, Webb Simpson at +4500, Corey Connors at +6600, and Matthew Wolff at +8000 are names that immediately jump off the board.
It takes an incredible effort to put on the green jacket at Augusta, and any one of these golfers could be the one to join the game’s most exclusive fraternity.
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