PGA Tour Picks – The Masters Matchup Odds and Picks

The Masters Matchup Odds and Picks

The elegant Augusta National Golf Course has been the host of The Masters since it was first played 83 years ago and the PGA Tour invades the southern Georgia town for its first major of the season. The invitation-only event limits the field to 87 golfers, but they are among the best in the world vying for the coveted green jacket that goes to the winner. Rory McIlroy has been on top of his game in 2019, and he opened as the betting favorite. Tiger Woods is set to peg it up in search of his fifth Masters title and world No. 1 Justin Rose seeks his first. BookMaker.eu offers an abundance of matchup odds for the biggest event on Tour and we’ll take a look at some them below.

The Masters Matchup Odds at BookMaker.eu

Dustin Johnson -109 vs. Rory McIlroy -121

Dustin Johnson -160 vs. Justin Thomas +127

Rory McIlroy -149 vs. Justin Rose +119

Rory McIlroy -165 vs. Rickie Fowler +131

Justin Rose -160 vs. Tiger Woods +127

Justin Rose -143 vs. Jason Day +113

Tiger Woods +110 vs. Justin Thomas -140

Tiger Woods -143 vs. Bryson Dechambeau +113

Jordan Spieth +118 vs. Justin Thomas -148

Jordan Spieth -134 vs. Tommy Fleetwood +104

Justin Thomas -112 vs. Jon Rahm -118

Justin Thomas -200 vs. Francesco Molinari +158

Jon Rahm -150 vs. Brooks Koepka +120

Jon Rahm -170 vs. Tommy Fleetwood +135

Brooks Koepka +124 vs. Rickie Fowler -155

Brooks Koepka -150 vs. Francesco Molinari +120

Rickie Fowler -178 vs. Bryson Dechambeau +142

Rickie Fowler -203 vs. Bubba Watson +160

Bryson Dechambeau +130 vs. Jason Day -163

Bryson Dechambeau -110 vs. Paul Casey -120

Jason Day -180 vs. Francesco Molinari +143

Jason Day -150 vs. Phil Mickelson +120

Tommy Fleetwood -121 vs. Paul Casey -109

Tommy Fleetwood -133 vs. Adam Scott +103

Francesco Molinari +102 vs. Bubba Watson -132

Francesco Molinari -103 vs. Xander Schauffele -127

Bubba Watson -101 vs. Paul Casey -129

Bubba Watson -114 vs. Adam Scott -116

Paul Casey -116 vs. Phil Mickelson -114

Paul Casey -133 vs. Marc Leishman +103

Tony Finau -113 vs. Phil Mickelson -117

Tony Finau -127 vs. Marc Leishman -103

Tony Finau -159 vs. Sergio Garcia +127

Phil Mickelson -127 vs. Adam Scott -102

Phil Mickelson -160 vs. Sergio Garcia +127

Xander Schauffele +100 vs. Adam Scott -130

Xander Schauffele -111 vs. Matt Kuchar -119

Adam Scott +120 vs. Hideki Matsuyama -150

Adam Scott -117 vs. Matt Kuchar -113

Hideki Matsuyama -170 vs. Marc Leishman +135

Hideki Matsuyama -190 vs. Sergio Garcia +150

Marc Leishman -127 vs. Patrick Reed -103

Patrick Reed -130 vs. Sergio Garcia +100

Patrick Reed -144 vs. Cameron Smith +114

Sergio Garcia +119 vs. Louis Oosthuizen -149

Matt Kuchar -145 vs. Gary Woodland +115

Cameron Smith -106 vs. Matthew Fitzpatrick -124

Matthew Fitzpatrick -109 vs. Gary Woodland -121

Henrik Stenson -108 vs. Gary Woodland -122

Charley Hoffman -132 vs. Si Woo Kim +102

Rafa Cabrera Bello +131 vs. Ian Poulter -165

Tyrell Hatton -132 vs. Matt Wallace +102

Billy Horschel +105 vs. Branden Grace -135

Charl Schwartzel +112 vs. Zach Johnson -142

Larry Mize -121 vs. Sandy Lyle -109

Trevor Immelman -138 vs. Michael Kim +108

Justin Harding +121 vs. Kyle Stanley -152

Fred Couples -167 vs. Adam Long +133

Matt Wallace -180 vs. Eddie Pepperell +143

Keith Mitchell -108 vs. Thorbjorn Olesen -122

Rafa Cabrera Bello -118 vs. Keegan Bradley -112

Danny Willett +168 vs. Charles Howell III -215

Webb Simpson -101 vs. Ian Poulter -129

Brandt Snedeker -120 vs. Si Woo Kim -110

Lucas Bjerregaard +121 vs. Zach Johnson -151

Patrick Cantlay -142 vs. Gary Woodland +112

Ian Poulter -146 vs. Matthew Fitzpatrick +116

Bubba Watson -114 vs. Louis Oosthuizen -116

Bryson DeChambeau +118 vs. Hideki Matsuyama -148

Hao-Tong Li +110 vs. Keegan Bradley -140

Charl Schwartzel +122 vs. Billy Horschel -153

Jason Day -130 vs. Hideki Matsuyama +100

Louis Oosthuizen -122 vs. Xander Schauffele -108

Patrick Reed -135 vs. Henrik Stenson +105

Hao-Tong Li +114 vs. Rafa Cabrera Bello -144

Jordan Spieth -138 vs. Paul Casey +108

Need To Know

With the low 50 plus ties, and all players within 10 shots of the lead after 36 holes advancing, we’ll see a high percentage of the field playing this weekend, which will certainly help the matchup picks. Stretched out to nearly 7,500 yards with an additional 40 yards added to the redesigned par-4 fifth hole, Augusta is no picnic. The par 5s are scoreable and need to be taken advantage of like Patrick Reed did last year in his victory. 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 greens.

The Masters Matchup Picks

Jordan Spieth -113 vs. Tiger Woods

The logical pick and the sentimental one as well is to go with Tiger in this matchup, mainly because Spieth has continued his nearly year-long slump. But a return to Augusta could be what inspires Spieth and gets him out of his funk. Quite simply, nobody has played Augusta better over the last five years. Spieth was fitted for the green jacket in 2015 and he has a pair of T2s and a solo third in his five starts. He’s gone below par in 12 of his 20 Masters rounds with five of those being 66 or better. While it’s hard to ignore his stretch of poor play, it’s equally difficult to dismiss his form at Augusta. And I’m not convinced Tiger is ready to contend with his distance off the tee suffering this season.

Francesco Molinari +104 vs. Adam Scott

A best of T19 and two missed cuts in his seven Masters starts doesn’t inspire much confidence. But Molinari has been a different player over the last year and he’s riding an impressive run of form that saw him take third at the WGC Match Play and win the API with a round of 64 at Bay Hill. Improved putting has been a key to his resurgence and the flat stick should keep him around the top of the leaderboard this week. Nothing against Scott, I just think Molinari is due for a breakthrough at Augusta.

Sergio Garcia +100 vs. Patrick Reed

The chances of a defending champ missing the cut are better than a repeat, and Reed hasn’t looked all that good since claiming the green jacket 12 months ago. I’m leaning toward Sergio for the price and because Reed just hasn’t been sharp. Garcia has had a few meltdowns this year and as long as he keeps his head in the game he should be steady. The game has been solid and recovering from a MC last year in his title defense is the jolt he needs.

Phil Mickelson +116 vs. Hideki Matsuyama

A lot of folks are going with Matsuyama as a sleeper pick this week, and he’s played a solid game. But you can never count out Mickelson when it comes time to compete in a Major. Lefty is more selective with his schedule, which helps his aging body from breaking down. Recent form has two missed cuts in his last two stroke-play starts and the stats have been below average since his win at Pebble Beach. But it’s Lefty, and he’ll rise to the occasion on the big stage to triumph in this matchup.

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