2019 Masters Odds Tracker
- View betting odds for the 2019 Masters and see how they’ve evolved
- See odds for past Masters champions as well as golfers vying for their first green jacket
- See which country has produced the most Masters champions
The 83rd edition of the Masters Tournament returns to Augusta National Golf Club from Thursday, April 11th to Sunday, April 14th. We’ve been tracking the odds of every golfer involved in the months leading up to the event, and have charted them below in a series of easy-to-follow graphs.
Each graph has been generated by averaging the odds from multiple online sportsbooks to give you a better sense of each golfer’s true chance of winning a green jacket. Bookmark this page and come back often to see how the odds for your favorite golfers ebb and flow.
2019 Masters Odds Tracker
No golfer has experienced more movement than Tigers Woods, whose odds were as long as +2000 in late July before a pair of strong performances at the 2018 Open Championship and the 2018 PGA Championship, where he finished second.
2019 Masters Odds at Bovada
|Player||2019 Masters Odds at Bovada (12/13/18)|
Odds for Past Masters Champions
Don’t overlook Bubba Watson. The Florida native won the Masters in 2012 and 2014 and picked up three first place finishes in 2018.
Golfers Trying for their First Green Jacket
A win at Augusta would go a long way towards cementing Dustin Johnson’s legacy. The 34-year-old phenom already has 19 PGA Tour victories, 11 second place finishes, and 90 top 10 finishes.
Past Masters Champions
|2018||Patrick Reed||United States|
|2015||Jordan Spieth||United States|
|2014||Bubba Watson||United States|
|2012||Bubba Watson||United States|
|2011||Carl Schwartzel||South Africa|
|2010||Phil Mickelson||United States|
No golfer has won more Masters championships than the immortal Jack Nicklaus, who collected six green jackets over a 23-year span from 1963 to 1986.
Masters Winners By Country
It’s going to take a while before any other country catches up to the U.S. 37 Americans has accounted for 60 Masters championships since 1934.
Masters Betting Tips
Augusta Favours Lefties
You can see this two ways. Looking at the course map, you’ll see a lot of high, right-to-left tee shots that are a lot easier for a left-handed player. You’ll see that the 12th green is built for a left hander to go at the pin with a little fade on Sunday, and is fiendishly tricky for a right-handed player.
You can also see this in the results. Bubba Watson has two green jackets, Phil Mickelson has three. Hell, even Mike Weir has one. That’s six wins in the eighteen tournaments since the start of this Millennium, shared between a group that makes up 10% of the population and just 7% of the field.
It’s All About Approach
You’ll hear a lot of talk about how important putting is at Augusta, and that’s partially true. When you look at the list of winners, however, you’ll see a bunch of guys that aren’t exactly aces with the flat stick. Bubba Watson isn’t a great putter. Phil has had his problems. Sergio won in a year he finished with negative shots gained putting.
Getting out of position on the severe greens at Augusta is a death sentence, so the guys who win are the guys who are able to put themselves in the right spots.
What winners do have in common is that they’re accurate with irons and wedges, and leave themselves makeable putts. Getting out of position on the severe greens at Augusta is a death sentence, so the guys who win are the guys who are able to put themselves in the right spots. Mickelson is an all-time great with the irons. When Spieth was great at Augusta, he led the tour in approach to the green. Tiger’s biggest strength was always his distance control with the irons, and his ability to hit the right spots.
Archived Masters Odds: 2018