Masters Tournament Golf Matchups - PGA Tour Odds

Masters Tournament Golf Matchups

The Masters is back in its traditional spot in the PGA Tour rotation but we aren’t expected to see many changes from when the gang pegged it up at Augusta National Golf Club just a few months ago. That’s good news for World No. 1 Dustin Johnson, who carded a tournament record to win the green jacket by five shots back in November. It’s the smallest major championship in terms of the number of golfers, however it doesn’t lack for excitement with the best players in the world going after one of the most iconic pieces of clothing in sports. DJ has struggled recently but he won his second major title after a bout with COVID and is the early favorite on the odds board, so who knows. BookMaker.eu offers an abundance of matchup odds featuring the top players in the sport in the biggest event on Tour when you’re ready to place a wager.

The Masters Matchup Odds at BookMaker.eu

Dustin Johnson -123 vs. Bryson Dechambeau -107

Dustin Johnson -136 vs. Justin Thomas +106

Rory McIlroy -102 vs. Bryson Dechambeau -128

Justin Thomas -133 vs. Bryson Dechambeau +103

Rory McIlroy +112 vs. Dustin Johnson -142

Justin Thomas -158 vs. Jordan Spieth +126

Rory McIlroy -123 vs. Jordan Spieth -107

Patrick Cantlay -111 vs. Jordan Spieth -119

Xander Schauffele -115 vs. Patrick Cantlay -115

Collin Morikawa +112 vs. Viktor Hovland -142

Patrick Cantlay -134 vs. Tony Finau +104

Viktor Hovland -111 vs. Patrick Reed -119

Patrick Reed -108 vs. Tony Finau -122

Tony Finau +103 vs. Xander Schauffele -133

Xander Schauffele -179 vs. Collin Morikawa +142

Cameron Smith +113 vs. Daniel Berger -143

Scottie Scheffler -168 vs. Lee Westwood +134

Daniel Berger -149 vs. Collin Morikawa +119

Cameron Smith -130 vs. Tyrrell Hatton +100

Tommy Fleetwood +115 vs. Paul Casey -145

Webb Simpson -170 vs. Tommy Fleetwood +135

Webb Simpson -106 vs. Daniel Berger -124

Cameron Smith -114 vs. Scottie Scheffler -116

Tommy Fleetwood +120 vs. Matthew Fitzpatrick -150

Matthew Fitzpatrick +107 vs. Hideki Matsuyama -137

Sungjae Im +100 vs. Matthew Fitzpatrick -130

Sungjae Im +115 vs. Hideki Matsuyama -145

Sergio Garcia -103 vs. Jason Day -127

Sergio Garcia -111 vs. Adam Scott -119

Abraham Ancer +121 vs. Joaquin Niemann -152

Max Homa +105 vs. Will Zalatoris -135

Harris English -102 vs. Shane Lowry -128

Shane Lowry +103 vs. Corey Conners -133

Marc Leishman -130 vs. Francesco Molinari +100

Jason Kokrak -132 vs. Harris English +102

Ian Poulter +122 vs. Justin Rose -153

Si Woo Kim -143 vs. Kevin Kisner +113

Danny Willett +115 vs. Christiaan Bezuidenhout -145

Ryan Palmer -131 vs. Kevin Na +101

Phil Mickelson -107 vs. Ian Poulter -123

Victor Perez -110 vs. Bernd Wiesberger -120

Gary Woodland -148 vs. Matthew Wolff +118

Billy Horschel +106 vs. Abraham Ancer -136

Mackenzie Hughes +117 vs. Matt Wallace -147

Cameron Champ +133 vs. Gary Woodland -167

Si Woo Kim -126 vs. Matt Jones -104

Matt Kuchar -157 vs. Stewart Cink +125

C.T. Pan -109 vs. Mackenzie Hughes -121

Charl Schwartzel -200 vs. Henrik Stenson +158

Bernhard Langer -177 vs. Vijay Singh +140

Jon Rahm -134 vs. Bryson Dechambeau +104

Jon Rahm -150 vs. Rory McIlroy +120

Need to Know

Though club officials say there will be no changes to the course from the previous edition there are a few differences. Longer days mean the usual start formation with all players teeing it up on hole No. 1. The greens will also be much firmer than what we saw in November. And of course the azaleas will be blooming in the spring. Stretched out to nearly 7,500 yards, Augusta National is no picnic. The par 5s are scoreable and need to be taken advantage of. 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, though being within 10 shots of the lead no longer applies. That should help in matchups since the field is just over 80 players deep.

The Masters Matchup Picks

Rory McIlroy +112 vs. Dustin Johnson

Going against the best player in the world is always a risk, but remember McIlroy was in that position not too long ago. There has been a decline in Rory’s game after admittedly battling with Bryson DeChambeau over the length of his tee shots. It appears as though his head is in a better spot and chasing the career grand slam should keep him focused. The success McIlroy has enjoyed at Augusta can’t be overlooked either. He’s finished among the top-10 six times in his last seven starts, including a fifth-place showing in November. I’ll happily back Rory at plus odds.

Jordan Spieth +126 vs. Justin Thomas

The comeback was completed with last week’s win in Texas, now Spieth heads to a course that has yielded positive results in the past. The title in San Antonio punctuated a run of form that placed Spieth among the top-15 in five of his last six stroke play events with four of those in the top-5. It had been four years since his last win so you know the confidence level is sky high. Spieth was fitted for the green jacket in 2015, one of four podium finishes at Augusta.

Tony Finau +104 vs. Patrick Cantlay

We rarely see Finau miss the weekend so doing it in his last two stroke play events could be a concern. I’m looking at it as more of a plus since he’s had time to evaluate his position on Tour. And it’s not like he was falling off a cliff before that. He was runner-up in back-to-back starts and collected a top-15 at the WGC-Workday Championship so we know he can still swing it. He’s not getting the pub due to recent results, but he has two top-10s in three starts at Augusta.

Cameron Smith +113 vs. Daniel Berger

Smith has been a monster at Augusta in his last two starts. And recent form heading in hasn’t been too shabby. I was alarmed to see his price in this matchup and just couldn’t pass on backing him. Smith became the only player to score four rounds in the 60s to finish T2 back in November. He also claimed a T5 in 2018 so the course isn’t overwhelming. He’s been T17 or better in his last three stroke play events with a solo fourth at the Genesis his best.

Sungjae Im +100 vs. Matthew Fitzpatrick

I backed Im for the outright win so I might as well throw down on him in this matchup. He’s played a lot of golf this season and has been solid with his results. He earned his third top-10 of the campaign at the Honda Classic a few weeks back and navigated Augusta like a veteran in his debut to finish as co-runner up at 15-under back in November.

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