- The opening odds for the 2020 Masters have been released for April 13, 2020 at Augusta.
- Rory McIlroy is the favorite (+900), followed by Brooks Koepka and Tiger Woods at (+1000) and Dustin Johnson priced at (+1200).
- We give our early Masters picks for favorites and underdogs for this years annual golf tournament.
The 84th edition of the Masters Tournament get’s under way in less than two months. So we figured it’s about time to check out the early Masters odds and see who’s the betting favorite already. The latest 2020 Masters odds are live here.
2020 Masters Odds
For the remainder of the field be sure to check out these golf betting sites here, we have reviewed prior to the US Masters.
At odds of +900 or 9/1 in fraction format, a $100 bet on Rory McIlroy to win the US Masters would profit $900. In terms of winning probability that gives McIlroy a 10% chance of winning the tournament. That might seem like a low percentage for the betting favorite, however you have to consider the size of the talent pool he’s up against.
Brooks Koepka and Tiger Woods are listed at +1000, bet $100 to win $1000. Brooks Koepka originally opened as the betting favorite in the early Masters odds back in late 2019. Can Tiger keep the momentum in 2020? After a historic comeback to win the 2019 US Masters.
Since February Rory McIlroy has taken the lead with an impressive 2019 that seen him win the WGC-HSBC Champions and come within reach of the Farmers Insurance Open in January 2020.
Dustin Johnson rounds of the top four contenders. At odds of +1200, bet $100 to win $1200 for Johnson to finally be presented with the coveted green jacket.
There has been a noticeable change in players such as Patrick Cantlay and John Rahm who were much bigger underdogs and are now 22/1 and 12/1 respectively.
2015’s Masters Winner Jordan Spieth is currently listed at 22/1. You can bet $100 to win $2200 on the former champion.
Young guns such as Matthew Wolff is listed at 100/1 on some online betting sites, while Viktor Hovland is 80/1. This list wouldn’t be complete without Phil Mickelson, he averages in around 60/1 on most sites – due to his poor performances in 2019.