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There are a number of storylines as the PGA Tour heads to Augusta National this week for the first major of the season. Though barred from regular Tour events, LIV golfers are eligible with 13 set to peg it up at the 88th Masters, including defending champion Jon Rahm. However, Scottie Scheffler is the best player in the world right now and opened as a prohibitive favorite over Rory McIlroy and the rest of the field. Once again McIlroy goes for the career grand Slam in what is now his 10th attempt. He’s finished among the top 10 seven times in the previous nine tournaments, though he missed the cut last year. With the greatest players in the world assembled a lot of attention is directed at Tiger Woods, the best ever. Woods withdrew from last year’s event and has just one start since, a second-round WD at The Genesis. Still, Woods attracts a massive following whenever he plays. Visit for a complete list of betting odds for the 2024 Masters when you’re ready to place a wager.

Masters Tournament Betting Odds

Scottie Scheffler +465

Rory McIlroy +1100

Xander Schauffele +1253

Jon Rahm +1353

Brooks Koepka +1853

Hideki Matsuyama +2055

Jordan Spieth +2131

Ludvig Aberg +2655

Bryson Dechambeau +3357

Joaquin Niemann +3455

Collin Morikawa +3550

Cameron Smith +3559

Tony Finau +3559

Matt Fitzpatrick +3750

Wyndham Clark +3850

Viktor Hovland +3859

Cameron Young +4050

Patrick Cantlay +4253

Tommy Fleetwood +4350

Sahith Theegala +4556

Will Zalatoris +4850

Justin Thomas +5550

Sam Burns +5550

Dustin Johnson +5850

Shane Lowry +5850

Corey Conners +6550

Tyrrell Hatton +6564

Russell Henley +6854

Max Homa +7550

Min Woo Lee +7554

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Odds Analysis

Ludvig Aberg +2655

History certainly isn’t on Aberg’s side as he preps to compete in his first major. Only three times has a first-timer won the green jacket, most recently in 1979. Heck, a good number of players in the field weren’t even born yet. But Aberg has ice in his veins and I don’t think he’ll be overwhelmed by the festivities. After all he helped the Europeans win the Ryder Cup last year, which is a kind of a big deal. Aberg has finished inside the top 25 in each of his last six starts with three top 10s, including a runner-up at Pebble Beach. His consistent game will help navigate a treacherous course.

Jon Rahm +1353

He’s yet to win on the LIV Tour but Rahm is doing just fine with three top 5s among his four top 10s. He took a lot of unnecessary criticism for his decision last year but made the move anyway without any harm to his game. He’s not getting the notoriety he did while on the PGA Tour but I don’t think that’s a concern. What makes the Spaniard an interesting bet is his history at Augusta National. Not only did he win last year making up four shots on the final day, he has an additional four top 10s to his resume.

Xander Schauffele +1253

At some point you’d think Schauffele would get tired of being referred to as the best player never to win a major. Well, he’s definitely on the short list of players and gets another opportunity with the Masters being his best major. He placed among the top 10 three times in the last five editions with two of those doubling as podiums. He was T2 in 2019 and T3 in 2021. The X-man enters in fine form as well giving hope the drought ends.

Jordan Spieth +2131

If not for Spieth’s record at Augusta I’d likely be backing someone like Patrick Reed in this spot. Spieth bounced back from a disastrous last month finishing T10 at last week’s Texas Open. He closed with a 69 despite taking a double on the final hole. That’s promising, as is his resume at Augusta that includes a win in 2015, two runners-up, a third and last year’s T4.

Sahith Theegala +4556

He wasn’t in awe of his surroundings last year placing among the top 10 in his Masters debut by closing with a 67 when the field averaged 73. Of course there’s no guarantee Theegala can replicate that effort, but he’s been solid all season collecting three top 10s in his previous five starts and four total. He has one MC in nine starts and that was in Hawai’i in January, so he’s certainly on top of his game with a nice price attached.

Course: Augusta National Golf Club – 7,555 yards, Par 72

Following significant changes to Augusta National Golf Club in 2022 and 2023, there was only a minor update ahead of the season’s first major. The par-5 second hole was lengthened by 10 yards bringing the total distance to 7,555 yards, topping last year as the longest the course has ever played. Big hitters can shorten the track but course management is a bonus with hazards and blind shots abound. Weekend weather is expected to cooperate unlike last year when Rahm played 30 holes on Sunday and overcame a multiple shot deficit. Distance off the tee is nice, but most consider Augusta a second shot track with undulating greens destroying poor iron shots. More than half the field will make it to the weekend with the low 50 plus ties advancing.

TV Coverage: ESPN, CBS

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