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  • View betting odds for the 2020 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 84th edition of the Masters Tournament returns to Augusta National Golf Club from Thursday, April 9th to Sunday, April 12th. We’ve been tracking the odds of every golfer involved in the months leading up to the event. Each graph below 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.

2020 Top Contenders

  • [Apr 15] Tiger Woods has opened with the shortest odds after winning his fifth green jacket at Augusta National over the weekend. His exhilarating victory ended a 14-year drought between major championships.

Masters Odds at BetOnline

Player 2020 Masters Odds at BetOnline
Tiger Woods +900
Dustin Johnson +1000
Rory McIlroy +1000
Jordan Spieth +1200
Brooks Koepka +1400
Jon Rahm +1600
Justin Rose +1800
Justin Thomas +1800
Rickie Fowler +1800
Francesco Molinari +2000

*Odds taken 04/15/19

OWGR Top Ranked Golfers

Odds for Past Masters Champions

Don’t sleep on Jordan Spieth. The Dallas native won the Masters in 2015 and has finished in the top-3 four times since 2014.

Past 10 Winners

Year Champion Country
2019 Tiger Woods United States
2018 Patrick Reed United States
2017 Sergio Garcia Spain
2016 Danny Willett England
2015 Jordan Spieth United States
2014 Bubba Watson United States
2013 Adam Scott Australia
2012 Bubba Watson United States
2011 Charl 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. Can Tiger finally catch up to him in 2020?

Winners by Country

It’s going to take a while before any other country catches up to the US. 37 Americans have accounted for 61 Masters championships since 1934.

Golfers Trying for 1st Green Jacket

A win at Augusta would go a long way towards cementing Dustin Johnson’s legacy. The 34-year-old phenom already has 20 PGA Tour victories, 12-second place finishes, and 95 top 10 finishes as of April 2019.


Archived Masters Odds: 2019, 2018

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Michael "Hound Dog" Harrison is well known in the sports industry as the resident statisitician for the Jay and Dan Show. He has worked at TSN for over 13 years, where he's been featured on Sportscentre, That's Hockey, That's Hockey 2Nite, The Masters preview shows, and several more.