2022 Masters Tournament - Golf Betting Odds

2022 Masters Tournament Betting

2022 Masters Tournament PGA Betting

The Masters, or Masters Tournament as it is also known, is the first major of the season and is played in early April at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. The Masters is considered the most prestigious tournament of the year in golf and all of the top players in the world are invited to compete. Since 1949, a green jacket has been awarded to the champion. The 2022 Masters takes place from April 7 through April 10. World No. 1 Jon Rahm is listed as the current favorite to win the 2022 Masters at odds of +800.

Catch all of the action at The Masters from Thursday, April 7 through Sunday, April 10.

2022 Masters Tournament at a Glance

Course: Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta, Georgia

Par: 72

Course Length: 7,475 Yards

Defending Champion: Hideki Matsuyama

Tournament Record: -20 (Dustin Johnson - 2020)

Jon Rahm is the current favorite to win The Masters at odds of +800, while a number of players are right behind on the odds board including Jordan Spieth, 2020 champion Dustin Johnson and Collin Morikawa.

2022 Masters Betting Odds

Jon Rahm +805

Jordan Spieth +1015

Dustin Johnson +1415

Collin Morikawa +1450

Justin Thomas +1615

Patrick Cantlay +1615

Rory McIlroy +1615

Bryson DeChambeau +1850

Xander Schauffele +2050

Brooks Koepka +2050

Viktor Hovland +2250

Cameron Smith +2295

Hideki Matsuyama +2550

Tony Finau +3550

Jason Day +3950

Patrick Reed +4050

Will Zalatoris +4050

Scottie Scheffler +4550

Daniel Berger +5050

Sam Burns +5150

Bubba Watson +5150

Louis Oosthuizen +5450

Sung-Jae Im +5950

Justin Rose +6050

Marc Leishman +6050

Joaquin Niemann +6050

Abraham Ancer +7250

Webb Simpson +8050

Matthew Fitzpatrick +8050

Paul Casey +8050

Corey Conners +8050

Tyrrell Hatton +8050

Adam Scott +8050

Matthew Wolff +8050

Tommy Fleetwood +8550

Shane Lowry +8550

All of the other players are listed with odds of +10000 or more or they are part of the field.

The Masters has the smallest field of all of the majors, with 90-100 players. All of the top 50 players in the world in addition to other players who receive invitations based on various qualifications, including former champions. The tournament is held at Augusta National which has undergone some changes through the years, but for the most part has retained its layout. The course has been lengthened, as players continue to hit the ball farther, with last adjustment in length occurring in 2020.

Masters Tournament Winners (2000)

2021 Hideki Matsuyama -10
2020 Dustin Johnson -20
2019 Tiger Woods -13
2018 Patrick Reed -15
2017 Sergio Garcia -9
2016 Danny Willett -5
2015 Jordan Spieth -18
2014 Bubba Watson -8
2013 Adam Scott -9
2012 Bubba Watson -10
2011 Charl Schwartzel -14
2010 Phil Mickelson -16
2009 Angel Cabrera -12
2008 Trevor Immelman -8
2007 Zach Johnson +1
2006 Phil Mickelson -7
2005 Tiger Woods -12
2004 Phil Mickelson -9
2003 Mike Weir -7
2002 Tiger Woods -12
2001 Tiger Woods -16
2000 Vijay Singh -10

There is no denying the marquee list of winners in The Masters through the years, but when you glance at the list you will also notice a few names that seem out of place. Mike Weir has done very little in his career other than win The Masters in 2003 and when can you remember Trevor Immelman winning a tournament. It could be that Danny Willett falls into that category as well, although it is too soon to tell, as he won the event in 2016.

Most Career Wins

6 Jack Nicklaus 1963, 1965, 1966, 1972, 1975, 1986
5 Tiger Woods 1997, 2001, 2002, 2005, 2019
4 Arnold Palmer 1958, 1960, 1962, 1964,

Jack Nicklaus has won The Masters a total of six times and his six wins spanned more than two decades. Tiger Woods got his fifth Masters title in 2019, while Palmer won the event four times.

Best Winning Tournament Scores

-20 Dustin Johnson 2020
-18 Jordan Spieth 2015
-18 Tiger Woods 1997
-17 Raymond Floyd 1976
-17 Jack Nicklaus 1965

Dustin Johnson blitzed the field in 2020 to win by five strokes and he set a record in the process, shooting a record 20-under par. Spieth and Woods are tied for the second-best record at 18-under par. Woods shot his score in 1997, while Spieth tied the mark in 2015. Raymond Floyd and Jack Nicklaus proved that great scores are possible no matter the decade, as Nicklaus shot 17-under to win in 1965, while Floyd shot 17-under in 1976 to win.

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