- Through two rounds of play at the Masters there are five golfers tied atop the leaderboard.
- Tiger Woods is listed at +2200 odds to win back to back Masters Tournaments.
- Dustin Johnson and Jon Rahm have the shortest odds to win the Masters with +400 odds.
AUGUSTA, Ga. — The 2020 Masters Tournament is underway as the second round will conclude Saturday morning as golfers try to position themselves above the cut line to remain in contention.
As we head into the third round at Augusta National Golf Course there are five golfers tied for first place after shooting nine under through two rounds. Those players are Abraham Ancer, Cameron Smith, Justin Thomas, Dustin Johnson, and Jon Rahm.
These golfers have already separated themselves from the pack and a strong showing down the stretch could result in one of these five earning a green jacket on Sunday.
Going into the third-round, history has already been made at Augusta National as Bernhard Langer carved his own path in golf’s record books.
— The Masters (@TheMasters) November 14, 2020
The cutline to advance in this year’s Masters was three under as the leaders of the Masters have been stellar ensuring that the higher scores won’t advance. Among the golfers that didn’t make the cut include top 50 ranked golfers Jason Day, Matt Kuchar, Gary Woodland, and Matthew Wolff.
Now that the cut has been made or not made the post cut betting odds for the Masters have been posted.
Odds To Win Masters Tournament
- Dustin Johnson +400
- Jon Rahm +400
- Justin Thomas +500
- Patrick Cantlay +1200
- Hideki Matsuyama +1400
- Patrick Reed +1400
- Abraham Ancer +2200
- Brooks Koepka +2200
- Cameron Smith +2200
- Tiger Woods +2200
- Tommy Fleetwood +2500
- Sungjae Im +2800
- Justin Rose +3300
- Louis Oosthuizen +4000
- Rory McIlroy +4000
- Danny Willett +5000
- Xander Schauffele +5000
- C T Pan +10000
- Webb Simpson +10000
- Bryson DeChambeau +15000
Dustin Johnson and Jon Rahm are tied for the lead on the odds board at +400 which reflects what the Masters leaderboard looks like. Both Johnson and Rahm are looking to win their first Masters Tournament.
If having to pick between Johnson or Rahm, take the +400 odds on Johnson since he was last year’s runner up at Augusta and that experience should give him a slight edge.
Outside of Rahm and Johnson there are still a handful of former Masters Tournament champions in the field as Tiger Woods (+2200), Patrick Reed (+1400), Danny Willett (+5000), Adam Scott (+30000), Phil Mickelson (+10000), Jordan Spieth (+50000), and Bubba Watson (+40000) were above the cut line keeping their chances at adding another victory at the Masters alive.
As the Masters continues play expect for there to be even more shake ups to the leaderboard and betting odd at legal sportsbooks.
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