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2014 Masters Odds, Questions, & Picks – Odds To Win The Masters

March 31st, 2014 by Lou Palumbo (Head Columnist) | Posted in Golf / PGA Tour   Comments Off on 2014 Masters Odds, Questions, & Picks – Odds To Win The Masters
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Complete List of The Updated 2014 Masters Odds Can Be Found Below

Masters Odds To Win

Q: When is the 2014 Masters?
A: Thursday, 3/10 – Sunday, April 13, 2014

Q: Which TV network can I watch the event & what time will the 2014 Masters TV Coverage Air?
A: ESPN and CBS will be televising the Masters. DirectTV also has special dedicated channels (also available in a 4-screen split) for the Masters. This includes; Featured Group, Amen Corner, Network Coverage, and more.

Q: Who Was Last Year’s Masters Champion and What is his Current Odds?
Q: Who was Last Year’s Masters Runner Up: Angel Cabrera (-9)
A: Adam Scott defeated Angel Cabrera in a two-hole tie-breaking playoff at holes 10 & 18. Note: Both players were at 9-under after 72.

Q: Where will the 2014 Masters be held?
A: The Maters is always (every year) at Augusta National in August, Georgia

Q: Who is Biggest Odds on Favorite to Win the 2014 Masters?
A. Most books have either the following three at the top and have this order (as of 4/1):

  1. Rory McIlroy (7.25 to 1 at 5 Dimes)
  2. Tiger Woods (9/1 at 5 Dimes)
  3. Adam Scott (10 to 1 at WagerWeb)

Q: Where can I see the rest of the 2014 Masters odds and lists of odds from reliable sportsbooks?
A: Full list of odds for the 2014 Masters can be found at the bottom of this post, courtesy of WagerWeb Sportsbook; also find odds from 5 Dimes below. Check back as we will be adding new books as their Masters odds are released and become available to bet on. We’ll also update the lists below with the latest prices as often as possible. We’ll also try to add individual 2014 Masters Prop Bets as well as heads-up lines.

Q: What are some exciting story lines to watch in this year’s Masters?
A: The first major golf tournament of the 2014 Season is here and there may be a lot more things to watch than there usually are for a major championship. All of these stories to follow make the 2014 Masters more watchable than this year’s final four. Not only that, these stories make it a very interesting major tournament in the Vegas sportsbook circle.

Here are just a few question and players to watch that are looming over August National. Come April 10th, all of these questions will all be answered;

  • Can the current #2 player in the world and defending Masters Champ, Adam Scott (10 to 1 at WagerWeb) repeat after an impressive win in last year’s Masters and an amazing career changing season in 2013?
  • Will the injured Tiger Woods (9 to 1 at 5 Dimes) at even play in this 2014 Masters? If so, you may actually be able to get some value in him right now. Something tells me he’ll endure some serious pain to win another Masters title & avoid losing his world #1 ranking
  • Can Rory McIlroy (7 to 1 at WagerWeb) put his 2011 collapse at August behind him and finally get a Green Jacket? Will Tiger Woods even compete?
  • Is this the year that the ball-smashing Dustin Johnson (18 to 1 @ 5 Dimes) finally puts a major win together. Is this the year Johnson carries his hotsreak into a major championship . Johnson has been one of the best players on the tour as of recent. He is finally starting to show us what the golf experts were raving about when his career started.

Q: Who are the players that you may have some good value on the board?
A: Here just a few I think are solid:

  • Bubba Watson at 20 to 1 (at  Wagerweb):
    2012 Masters champion Bubba Watson may have some real some value at 20/1. In 2013 Watson had his struggles, and managed only 3 top 10 finishes, and was never a factor in any major. 2014 has been a different story though. He did withdraw from last weekend’s Arnold Palmer Invitational, but before that had managed three top 3 finishes, and shot a -15 to capture the Northern Trust Open at Riviera Country Club. Watson looks to be even better than his 2012 form and could definitely make a run in the tournament.
  • Adam Scott at 10 to 1 (at Wagerweb):
    Defending champion Adam Scott is currently listed at 10/1 to win, where a win would put an end Tiger Wood’s ridiculously long run as the #1 player in the wold. He is very likely to be in the running for the green jacket and the World Golf Rankings give him so extra incentive. Thus far in 2014, Scott has had three top 3 finishes. He finished 3rd at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, after a disappointing 25th place finish at Cadillac championship at Doral. For the most part throughout the past 3 years, the 33 year old Australian has averaged 6 top 10 finishes, with a total of 7 of them being in majors. More often than not, Scott’s name will be mentioned as a definite factor.
  • Patrick Reed at 55 to 1 (at 5Dimes):
    23 year old San Antonio native, Patrick Reed has a very good price tag at 45 to 1. 2013 was a pretty solid year 5 top 10 finishes, but his 2014 has been a lot more successful thus far. The Augusta State graduate currently has 2 PGA tour wins under his belt this year, winning the Humana Challenge and the Cadillac championship at Doral. One would have to think that he’d like to get his win in a major at the place of where he went to school
  • Webb Simpson at 95 to 1: (at 5 Dimes):
    Finally, we’ll put Webb Simpson at 95/1 under consideration for a smaller play with big reward. Simpson won the 2012 US Open at the Olympic Club. Since that victory Simpson has 7 top 10 finishes, and in 2014 Simpson won the Shriners open winning by 6 strokes and dominating the field with a -24. Simpson has had only 1 appearance at Augusta, finishing 44th with a +6. Simpson certainly isn’t a favorite, but at these odds, Simpson is certainly capable of putting a fantastic weekend together.

Latest Odds to win the 2014 Masters @ WagerWeb Sportsbook (as of 4/1/14):
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Rory McIlroy 7/1
Tiger Woods 9/1
Adam Scott 10/1
Phil Mickelson 12/1
Dustin Johnson 16/1
Jason Day 16/1
Bubba Watson 20/1
Henrik Stenson 20/1
Justin Rose 25/1
Zach Johnson 25/1
Jordan Spieth 28/1
Matt Kuchar 30/1
Brandt Snedeker 33/1
Charl Schwartzel 33/1
Keegan Bradley 33/1
Sergio Garcia 33/1
Hunter Mahan 40/1
Lee Westwood 40/1
Patrick Reed 40/1
Graeme McDowell 50/1
Graham DeLaet 50/1
Harris English 50/1
Ian Poulter 50/1
Jason Dufner 50/1
Jimmy Walker 50/1
Louis Oosthuizen 50/1
Luke Donald 50/1
Angel Cabrera 66/1
Hideki Matsuyama 66/1
Rickie Fowler 66/1
Webb Simpson 66/1
Bill Haas 80/1
Nick Watney 80/1
Ryan Moore 80/1
Steve Stricker 80/1
Thorbjørn Olesen 80/1
Jamie Donaldson 100/1
Jim Furyk 100/1
K.J. Choi 100/1
Marc Leishman 100/1
Martin Kaymer 100/1
Nicolas Colsaerts 100/1
Billy Horschel 125/1
Ernie Els 125/1
Francesco Molinari 125/1
Fred Couples 125/1
Matt Every 125/1
Peter Hanson 125/1
Bo Van Pelt 150/1
Branden Grace 150/1
Fredrik Jacobson 150/1
George Coetzee 150/1
Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano 150/1
John Senden 150/1
Martin Laird 150/1
Matteo Manassero 150/1
Padraig Harrington 150/1
Richard Sterne 150/1
Robert Garrigus 150/1
Russell Henley 150/1
Scott Piercy 150/1
Thomas Bjorn 150/1
Tim Clark 150/1
Trevor Immelman 150/1
Carl Pettersson 200/1
Geoff Ogilvy 200/1
John Huh 200/1
Kevin Streelman 200/1
Michael Thompson 200/1
Paul Lawrie 200/1
Thongchai Jaidee 200/1
Y.E. Yang 200/1
D.A. Points 250/1
David Lynn 250/1
Vijay Singh 250/1
Marcel Siem 300/1
Bernhard Langer 400/1
Jose Maria Olazabal 500/1
Mike Weir 500/1
Ben Crenshaw 1000/1
Craig Stadler 1000/1
Tom Watson 1000/1
Ian Woosnam 2000/1
Mark O’Meara 2000/1
Sandy Lyle 2000/1
Larry Mize 3000/1

Current 2014 Masters Odds @ 5Dimes Sportsbook (as of 4/1/14):
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Rory McIlroy +725
Adam Scott +900
Tiger Woods +900
Phil Mickelson +1500
Jason Day +1700
Dustin Johnson +1800
Bubba Watson +2000
Henrik Stenson +2000
Matt Kuchar +2500
Justin Rose +2800
Brandt Snedeker +3000
Sergio Garcia +3000
Jordan Spieth +3500
Keegan Bradley +3500
Zach Johnson +3500
Charl Schwartzel +4000
Hunter Mahan +4000
Louis Oosthuizen +4000
Luke Donald +4500
Jason Dufner +5000
Graeme McDowell +5500
Ian Poulter +5500
Lee Westwood +5500
Patrick Reed +5500
Angel Cabrera +6600
Harris English +6600
Graham Delaet +7000
Jimmy Walker +7000
Bill Haas +7500
Jim Furyk +8500
Marc Leishman +8500
Jamie Donaldson +9500
Webb Simpson +9500
Rickie Fowler +10000
Ryan Moore +10000
Thorbjorn Olesen +10000
Nick Watney +11500
Steve Stricker +11500
Ernie Els +15000
Francesco Molinari +15000
Fred Couples +15000
Fredrik Jacobson +15000
K.J. Choi +15000
Trevor Immelman +18500
Billy Horschel +20000
Geoff Ogilvy +20000
Matteo Manassero +20000
Nicolas Colsaerts +20000
Peter Hanson +21500
Gonzalo Fdez-Castano +22500
Branden Grace +25000
George Coetzee +25000
Martin Kaymer +25000
John Senden +27500
Russell Henley +27500
Brendon De Jonge +28500
Bo Van Pelt +29500
Richard Sterne +30000
Padraig Harrington +32500
Tim Clark +32500
Sang-Moon Bae +40000
Martin Laird +41500
Michael Thompson +42500
Carl Pettersson +45000
D.A. Points +45000
Kevin Streelman +45000
Robert Garrigus +45000
John Huh +50000
Scott Piercy +52500
David Lynn +55000
Marcel Siem +61500
Luke Guthrie +62500
Boo Weekley +67500
John Merrick +68500
Roberto Castro +68500
Vijay Singh +68500
Bernhard Langer +70000
Mike Weir +71500
Paul Lawrie +75000
Ken Duke +78500
Brian Gay +80000
David Toms +80000
Jose Maria Olazabal +92000
Derek Ernst +100000
Garrick Porteous +100000
Jordan Niebrugge +100000
Matthew Fitzpatrick +100000
Oliver Goss +100000

Tiger Primed for Masters; 2009 Masters Odds

March 29th, 2009 by Travis Edwards (Bankroll Sports Contributor) | Posted in Golf / PGA Tour   1 Comment »

Tiger WoodsA few months back, we broke down Tiger Woods’ expected return to golf and perhaps how long it would take the biggest icon in sports to shock the world again after making his return from being out of golf for 8 months due to reconstructive knee surgery. Well those questions were answered this Sunday, when Tiger pulled off yet another jaw dropping spectacle at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. If you were not aware of Tiger’s accomplishments through his career, you might find the 5 stroke comeback on Sunday’s final round a bit impressive. However, like most that have followed the lucrative career from Tiger we have come to expect these type of things that amaze us time and time again. Woods shot a final round 3 under 67 and drained a 15 foot birdie on the 18th hole to capture the Arnold Palmer Invitational late Sunday. The victory tied for the biggest final round comeback in Woods’ career in the tournament that was the final tune-up for the first major of the season that will be The Masters in two weeks from Augusta, Georgia.

There were a few people just starting to question if Tiger may be really ready to compete at the first major on the schedule for 2009. After some sluggish putting and questionable few Tournaments back from knee surgery, Woods still appeared a bit rusty from the time off. However, Sunday’s win will have most people back on the Woods ban wagon just in time for The Masters. If you thought about jumping out quick to throw a bet on Tiger winning his 15th career major tournament, then don’t expect to find jackpot type profiting odds. Before Tiger even made the miraculous comeback on Sunday, the superstar was already a 2/1 favorite to win at Augusta in mid April. The closest other competitor in terms of betting odds is Phil Mickelson who stands at a 6/1 favorite to win The Masters.

Taking a look at this year’s field we will take a brief preview of the odds to win the Masters and who to take in consideration. Tiger will of course be the favorite at 2/1 odds, but it is almost a losing type bet. The odds to only double your money by predicting a winner in a golf tournament are extremely low, but Woods has won 4 green jackets and he is the guy to beat every year. However if you might want to take a more profitable approach to your bet there are a few others to strongly consider. Phil Mickelson has played well through the beginning of 2009 and has won twice at Augusta as well. Mickelson receiving reasonable odds at 6/1 and will definitely be worth the consideration. Zach Johnson has one win on tour this season and finished 3rd at the Arnold Palmer Invitation. Johnson is also a winner of the 2007 Masters and stands at an eye opening 33/1 odds for the win in April. Johnson style of play is definitely one to consider when the tour rolls into Augusta. Retief Goosen has also played well early in 2009. Goosen is a two time major champion who always plays solid at Augusta and is currently a 25/1 favorite to win. Despite the many players that look like they could be promising picks to take down the first championship of the season, likely Tiger will be the guy to beat. Outside of the 4 green jackets, Tiger has finished runner-up the last two years as well. Unfortunately for Woods, anything but a win would be disappointing considering how often he has shocked the sports world through his most recent performances.

Here are the current 2009 Masters odds from BetUS Sportsbook (Get a 100% signup bonus up to $500 by clicking here):

Aaron Baddeley      125/1
Adam Scott     70/1
Alvaro Quiros     150/1
Andres Romero     90/1
Angel Cabrera     125/1
Anthony Kim     35/1
Ben Crenshaw     1500/1
Ben Curtis     175/1
Bernhard Langer     250/1
Billy Mayfair     450/1
Boo Weekley     125/1
Brandt Snedeker     125/1
Briny Baird     250/1
Bubba Watson     200/1
Camilo Villegas     45/1
Carl Pettersson     200/1
Chad Campbell     100/1
Chez Reavie     450/1
Craig Stadler     2000/1
D.J. Trahan     150/1
Danny Lee     200/1
Drew Kittleson     750/1
Dudley Hart     350/1
Dustin Johnson     150/1
Ernie Els     35/1
Fred Couples     55/1
Fuzzy Zoeller     2000/1
Gary Player     10000/1
Geoff Ogilvy     16/1
Graeme Mcdowell     125/1
Greg Norman     200/1
Henrik Stenson     35/1
Hunter Mahan     75/1
Ian Poulter     90/1
Ian Woosnam     1000/1
Jack Newman     750/1
Jeev Milkha Singh     125/1
Jim Furyk     60/1
John Merrick     250/1
Jose Maria Olazabal     250/1
Justin Leonard     80/1
Justin Rose     60/1
K J Choi     80/1
Ken Duke     400/1
Kenny Perry     70/1
Kevin Sutherland     200/1
Larry Mize     1500/1
Lee Westwood     50/1
Lin-Weng Tang     750/1
Louis Oosthuizen     175/1
Luke Donald     65/1
Mark O’Meara     500/1
Martin Kaymer     125/1
Matthew Goggin     150/1
Michael Campbell     400/1
Miguel Angel Jimenez     125/1
Mike Weir     45/1
Nick Watney     35/1
Oliver Wilson     125/1
Padraig Harrington     16/1
Pat Perez     125/1
Paul Casey     25/1
Phil Mickelson     13/2
Prayad Marksaeng     400/1
Raymond Floyd     5000/1
Reinier Saxton     1000/1
Retief Goosen     20/1
Richard Sterne     200/1
Robert Allenby     100/1
Robert Karlsson     45/1
Rocco Mediate     200/1
Rory McIlroy     25/1
Rory Sabbatini     100/1
Ross Fisher     125/1
Ryo Ishikawa     400/1
Ryuji Imada     125/1
Sandy Lyle     2500/1
Sean O’Hair     50/1
Sergio Garcia     30/1
Shingo Katayama     500/1
Soren Hansen     200/1
Soren Kjeldsen     200/1
Stephen Ames     150/1
Steve Flesch     200/1
Steve Stricker     75/1
Steve Wilson     1000/1
Stewart Cink     65/1
Stuart Appleby     80/1
Tiger Woods     19/10
Tim Clark     90/1
Todd Hamilton     500/1
Tom Watson     800/1
Trevor Immelman     65/1
Vijay Singh     55/1
Yong Eun Yang     250/1
Zach Johnson     30/1