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Finding the Early Betting Value in the 2020 Masters Odds

| November 4, 2020 6:32 am PDT
Masters Odds for 2020

We’re officially just a week away from action getting underway at Augusta. Those who have been following Masters odds for 2020 have seen the prices fluctuate over the past several months. While the days of latching onto Matthew Wolff at +8000 are now just a distant memory, there’s still plenty of value lurking.

I have a handful of Masters betting tips on my mind, but first, let’s check in on the pricing.

Latest Betting Odds for the 2020 Masters

How to Get the Best Masters Odds

The odds you see above are reflected from BetOnline, but it’s imperative that you shop your lines.

I’ll highlight Sergio Garcia and Cameron Smith (both +8000) as a prime example of why.

Garcia is priced at +5000 to win at MyBookie – not nearly as much value for bettors compared to Sergio’s odds at BetOnline. However, Smith is lurking at +17500 to win the 2020 Masters at MyBookie – more than double his price tag at BetOnline.

These are the types of discrepancies you can’t afford to neglect. The key is to stay active at multiple online sportsbooks before you lock anything in. Not only does that ensure you find the best odds available, but you’ll also be privy to all of the bets that are out there.

Some bookies have a few props, others have lots. You can gather more information about all the different bets you can place in this article dedicated to how to bet on the 2020 Masters.

As far as the best Masters betting sites that have everything encompassed, those are listed below.

Top Value Golfers for the 2020 Masters

After browsing multiple spots to find the best odds for the 2020 Masters, I encountered a few names who definitely piqued my interest. Specifically due to the “boost” in odds I encountered.

Patrick Cantlay (+3500)

+2500 for Patrick Cantlay in most spots is reasonable enough to get lots of bettors to bite. On that note, I can’t imagine Cantlay’s +3500 number (at MyBookie) lasts much longer.

All Patrick did his last time out was go bogey-free for the first 61 holes en route to chasing down JT and Rahm to win the Zozo Championship.

Justin Rose (+6600)

Currently slotted #27, Justin Rose finds himself ranked outside of the top 25 in the OWGR for the first time since 2011. I understand his Masters odds in 2020 are going to reflect his recent slump, but +6600 (at MyBookie) seems a bit extreme.

Rosy’s putter behaved well at Sherwood (8th in SG: Putting) leading to 24 birdies and an eagle. Justin’s T17 at the Zozo marked first top-20 since the PGA Championship, but check out his track record at Augusta.

Nine straight top-25s – including two 2nd-place finishes and five straight top-14s.

Sergio Garcia (+8000)

One of Rose’s runner-up finishes at the Masters came in 2017 losing in a playoff to this man. Frankly, the +5000 price tag attached to Garcia isn’t all that captivating, but +8000 is certainly worth a look.

Winner at the 2020 Sanderson Farms last month, Sergio’s routine of closing his eyes over his putts has freed up his stroked and allowed him to putt more aggressively. We know he’s an elite ball-striker who has won here before, and he’s so comfortable with his golf game he’s tuning up by playing tennis.

2020 Masters Bets to Avoid

After revealing a trio of Masters bets that intrigue me quite a bit, let’s take a look at the opposite end of the spectrum.

Here are three Masters bets to steer clear of.

Brooks Koepka (+2000)

I’m fully aware of Koepka’s knack for “turning it on” when he arrives at a major, but usually the lights are at least already dimmed. Right now they’re completely shut off having only teed it up once competitively (T28 at the CJ Cup) since missing the cut at the Wyndham Championship in mid-August.

Of course, a strong performance at the Houston Open this weekend could have Brooksy back on my radar.

Adam Scott (+6000)

Adam Scott in this same boat as BK – despite being a former Masters champ. The fact of the matter is Adam has played four times since the restart – zero since the US Open. Mind you, he failed to crack the top-20 in any of those four starts.

Without stringing a few good rounds together in Space City, it’ll be immensely difficult to trust Adam at Augusta. Even at as salivating of a price tag as +6000.

Rickie Fowler (+7000)

Fowler has played a bunch of golf, he just hasn’t performed well in what seems like forever. From battling through swing changes with John Tillery to toying with a left-hand-low grip and a mallet putter, it’s pretty evident that Rickie is in a rut.

Don’t be sucked in by his +7000 number – the only thing that’ll get sucked in is any money you allocate on backing him to win.

More on Masters Betting for 2020

I have a lot more to offer when it comes to betting on the 2020 Masters. Predictions, sleepers, best bets, matchups to targets, top props – I plan on hitting it all from between now and the start of the tournament.

All of my Masters betting advice can be found on this golf picks page.

Michael Wynn
Michael Wynn

As a former Division I collegiate golfer, Michael Wynn loves writing about golf. He's also an expert in most of America's most popular sports, writing extensively for GamblingSites.com on football, basketball, and baseball.

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