Best Matchups Bets for the 2020 Masters

| November 10, 2020 10:34 am PDT

The excitement continues to build as we inch closer to Thursday morning. You’ve probably already seen the odds and have an idea of which players you want to back. Many of you have probably already pulled the trigger.

While you’re at it, don’t forget to attack the Masters matchups. I’ve keyed in on a trio of Masters head-to-head picks that don’t require us to lay any juice.

Talk about golf bets seeping with value, check these out below.

Brooks Koepka vs. Patrick Reed

Brooks Koepka+100
Patrick Reed-120

To quickly reiterate just how utterly dominant Brooks Koepka has been at the majors, peep this tweet.

And you mean to tell me we can latch onto Brooksy at even money in a H2H versus Patrick Reed?

Koepka has gotten better every Masters he’s played in (T33, T21, T11, T2) and is coming off a brilliant weekend in Houston (65-65).

On the flip side, Reed has failed to crack the top 20 in five of his six appearances at Augusta.

Frankly, this isn’t about fading Patrick or thinking he will play poorly. This is about capturing the blatant value attach to BK in a Masters head-to-head pick.

  • Brooks Koepka

Matthew Fitzpatrick vs. Cameron Smith

Matthew Fitzpatrick-120
Cameron Smith+100

I’ve been touting Cameron Smith all week long. One of my sleeper picks for the Masters has been playing wonderfully over the last three months and has good vibes at Augusta thanks to a T5 finish in 2018.

Matthew Fitzpatrick may have a more well-rounded resume, but the 26-year-old Englishman has landed outside of the top-30 in three of his five trips to the “Tradition Unlike Any Other.”

After tallying an 11th at the CJ Cup and a 4th at the Zozo Championship (his last two starts), Cameron Smith appears to be on the verge of a breakthrough performance.

  • Cameron Smith

Bryson DeChambeau vs. Rory McIlroy

Bryson DeChambeau+100
Rory McIlroy-120

Rory’s record at Augusta is stellar. He’s played a bit better since the birth of his daughter and surely enjoys strolling down Magnolia Lane flying well under the radar.

At the same time, McIlroy is still searching for his perfect rhythm and may or may not be firing on all cylinders this week. Quite the opposite for Bryson – the dude who’s set to make mincemeat out of this legendary golf course.

“I’m looking at it as a par 67 for me because I can reach all the par fives in two, no problem. If the conditions stay the way they are, that’s what I feel like par is for me. There is definitely a possibility I don’t play well, and I could shoot whatever everyday and shoot a lot over par relative to my par and still play decent.”

DeChambeau’s confidence has never been higher, and the intimidation factor is real.

Anyone planning on betting the Masters online, go ahead and gobble up the Mad Scientist in this Masters head-to-head pick.

  • Bryson DeChambeau

More Masters Picks

The Masters matchup picks are a great way to get some money down without coughing up any vig. However, it’s just the tip of the iceberg.

Check out some more Masters content and get ready for a drama-filled week.

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 on football, basketball, and baseball.

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