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You don’t often see upwards of 90 men play a competitive game where one of the rewards is a green jacket. There are numerous other perks of course but that distinctive piece of clothing is symbolic. The best golfers in the world assemble this week at iconic Augusta National Golf Club for the 88th edition of the Masters getting major season underway. Scottie Scheffler won two years ago and has continued to rack up victories on the PGA Tour leading to him being positioned as the outright betting favorite. LIV Golf is well represented with defending champ Jon Rahm, who looks to become the first in two decades to repeat. The last player to go back to back at Augusta was Tiger Woods, who also happens to be in the field but is situated further down the odds board since he’s making only his second start of the season. With the best players on the planet teeing it up the matchup betting market is overflowing with wagering opportunities. Visit for the latest matchup odds when you’re ready to place a wager.

Masters Tournament Matchup Odds

Tiger Woods +100 vs. Phil Mickelson -120

Scottie Scheffler -175 vs. Rory McIlroy +145

Scottie Scheffler -188 vs. Jon Rahm +155

Scottie Scheffler -175 vs. Xander Schauffele +145

Rory McIlroy -120 vs. Jon Rahm +100

Rory McIlroy -110 vs. Xander Schauffele -110

Jon Rahm -105 vs. Xander Schauffele -115

Brooks Koepka +122 vs. Hideki Matsuyama -147

Brooks Koepka +105 vs. Jordan Spieth -125

Hideki Matsuyama -115 vs. Jordan Spieth -105

Wyndham Clark +100 vs. Ludvig Aberg -120

Wyndham Clark +100 vs. Joaquin Niemann -120

Ludvig Aberg -110 vs. Joaquin Niemann -110

Will Zalatoris +125 vs. Viktor Hovland -150

Will Zalatoris +106 vs. Patrick Cantlay -127

Viktor Hovland -127 vs. Patrick Cantlay +106

Dustin Johnson -128 vs. Cameron Smith +107

Dustin Johnson +106 vs. Bryson DeChambeau -127

Cameron Smith +125 vs. Bryson DeChambeau -150

Justin Thomas +100 vs. Tony Finau -120

Justin Thomas -110 vs. Cameron Young -110

Tony Finau -120 vs. Cameron Young +100

Matthew Fitzpatrick -120 vs. Tommy Fleetwood +100

Matthew Fitzpatrick -144 vs. Shane Lowry +120

Tommy Fleetwood -127 vs. Shane Lowry +106

Sahith Theegala -120 vs. Collin Morikawa +100

Sahith Theegala -129 vs. Max Homa +108

Collin Morikawa -129 vs. Max Homa +108

Sam Burns -127 vs. Brian Harman +106

Sam Burns +110 vs. Russell Henley -132

Brian Harman +112 vs. Russell Henley -134

Jason Day +100 vs. Corey Conners -120

Tyrrell Hatton -120 vs. Patrick Reed +100

Akshay Bhatia +100 vs. Denny McCarthy -120

Adam Scott -138 vs. Sergio Garcia +115

Sungjae Im +100 vs. Byeong Hun An -120

Justin Rose -120 vs. Rickie Fowler +100

Nicolai Hojgaard +108 vs. Stephan Jaeger -129

Matthieu Pavon +107 vs. Eric Cole -128

Nick Taylor +100 vs. Kurt Kitayama -120

Adam Hadwin -129 vs. J.T. Poston +108

Chris Kirk -110 vs. Erik van Rooyen -110

Bubba Watson +107 vs. Gary Woodland -128

Luke List +108 vs. Lucas Glover -129

Tom Kim +100 vs. Sergio Garcia -120

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Need to Know

Another change to Augusta National ahead of this year’s Masters tacks on an additional 10 yards making this iteration the longest in the history of the tournament. Last year there were modifications to one of the easier scoring holes with 35 yards added to the par-5 13th. Ahead of this week the par-5 second hole was lengthened by 10 yards making the longest holes on the track a little more challenging. The course now stretches to 7,555 yards, though shots can still be made up on the par-5s. Being long off the tee and having a strong approach game will aid the scoring, but it’s critical to be solid on the short grass with tricky undulating greens swallowing poor approach shots. The low 50 plus ties advance to the weekend, which should help in matchups since the field is less than 90 players deep.

Masters Tournament Matchup Picks

Jon Rahm +155 vs. Scottie Scheffler

I normally wouldn’t bet against Scheffler, however Rahm has something to prove after making the move to LIV Golf. He hasn’t done poorly in the rival league amassing three top 5s in five starts, but there is added motivation for the LIV players to perform. And nobody did it better than Rahm last year overcoming a multiple-shot deficit on Sunday over 30 holes. It was also the fifth time he placed among the top 10 at Augusta making his price even more attractive.

Jordan Spieth -105 vs. Hideki Matsuyama

Something about Augusta really clicks with Spieth making him another one of my matchup picks. If not for his top 10 last week in Houston I probably would’ve avoided him altogether, but a nice tune up heading to a joint that’s yielded plenty of positive results changed my thinking. Spieth won his first major here in 2015 and has five additional top 5s on his resume in 10 career starts at Augusta. It’s hard not to consider him in any matchup.

Wyndham Clark +100 vs. Joaquin Niemann

With so much success over the past year it’s hard to believe Clark is making his Masters debut. Only three times has a first-timer won the green jacket and it hasn’t happened since 1979, so it’s a good thing I’m not betting on him in the outright. However, few have been as good as Clark lately with his three Tour victories all in the past 11 months. And there could’ve been more if not for Scheffler, who he was twice runner-up to in the last month.

Patrick Reed +100 vs. Tyrrell Hatton

We’ve seen Reed struggle in LIV Golf giving no indication that he’s ready to contend this week. The situation was similar last year, though, when Reed hung around to finish with a share of fourth. This is a good course for his game and we’ve seen Reed have success with a Masters win in 2018. I nearly bent a knee and backed him for the outright but I feel more confident than he can beat his counterpart Hatton instead of the entire field.

Sahith Theegala -120 vs. Collin Morikawa

Extending the success he had in the fall to this season, Theegala has been money playing the weekend nine times in 10 starts. His only MC was early in the season in Hawai’i and he’s since recovered earning four top 10s, including three in his last five starts. His debut at Augusta last year yielded him a T9 when he closed with a blistering 67, showing off his well-rounded game on a course that requires it.

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