2021 Masters Early Betting Odds, Tips & Picks To Win

Odds courtesy of FanDuel Sportsbook

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The 2021 Masters is scheduled for Thursday, April 8 at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta.

Dustin Johnson is the defending champion and while repeats at Augusta aren't easy, oddsmakers have made him the early favorite to win at +550.

Understandably so, as DJ put on a show torching the field in the 2020 event with a dominating 20-under performance, shooting under par (72) in all four rounds.

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The last player to win back-to-back championships at the Masters was Tiger Woods in 2002.

Speaking of Woods, if there is anyone that loves Augusta, it's him. Tiger has won The Masters six times including his improbable victory in 2019. Unfortunately, his 2021 season has been delayed due to back surgery.

In a statement released to Twitter, it was revealed that Woods had a procedure to remove "a pressurized disc fragment that was pinching his nerve," an injury that had led to discomfort since the PNC Championship in December.

"I look forward to begin training and am focused on getting back out on Tour," Woods said.

All signs point to him being back for this event, so let’s hope the golf legend heals up quick. A Masters without Tiger would be anti-climactic, at least to me. If you do think he will be on the prowl, you can get some bang for your buck, as Woods enters the event +3100 at FanDuel Sportsbook.

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Bryson Dechambeau, who was the 2020 betting favorite going into the event, comes in at +1100. Dechambeau ended up finishing tied for 34th place at 2-under, 18 strokes behind Johnson last year.

Rory McIlroy (+900), Jon Rahm (+1000), Justin Thomas (+1000), and Brooks Koepka (+1400) round out the upper echelon of favorites.

As for betting tips, it's still early, but one player that I love is Collin Morikawa. I know he finished T-44 in his first Masters, but that was the experience he needed. He won the PGA Championship last year and more than anything, his iron play is perfect to make a mark at Augusta. If you are looking for someone to sprinkle an early buck on, Morikawa is currently listed at +2900.

Viewing Details

Date: April 8-11, 2021
Venue: Augusta National Golf Club
Location: Augusta, Georgia
Watch: CBS and ESPN

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