2017 Masters Betting Tips PT 3- By A.J. Ryder on February 21, 2017 19:50 GMT
Following Hideki Matsuyama, you'll see that the odds take a considerable jump as we get up to Adam Scott – he's priced at a listing as high as 28/1 with a few different bookmakers but the majority of them have him floating anywhere from 18/1 all the way up to 25/1. Henrik Stensson is also trading at almost exactly the same price and he knows a thing or two about how to perform at Augusta National.
Stensson's price hovers right around where Adam Scott's does – in the 20/1 to 28/1 range.
You'll also find Justin Rose hovering around this margin with a few books listing him as high as a 30/1 margin while Justin Thomas tops out at exactly the same price. Phil Mickelson remains very much in the mix and isn't a bad each way shout at all with a listing going as high as 33s. He could be one to have a bit on early in the tournament but save the bulk of your bankroll to back him in-play once you know he's got some real momentum going.
Bubba Watson is a former Masters winner and you'll find him taking some money to repeat his heroics from a few years ago with the bookmakers going as high as a 35/1 margin on him to secure his second green jacket. Rickie Fowler is a contender who many think could be poised for a breakthrough on this massive stage and he has been making overtures in the bigger tournaments and showing that he can hang with the big boys.
Right now, punters will find Rickie Fowler available at a price of around 33/1 with a few books going as high as 40/1 and a few as low as 25/1. Patrick Reed is also available in that margin but a few bookmakers have him floated around 50/1 which is where you'll find a whole host of other contenders who have a plausible chance of winning everything here if they can show up and really play their best stuff.
John Rahm and Sergio Garcia are both available as high as 50/1 while Louis Oosthuizen is also trading at the exact same price tag. All of these contenders have a genuine shot of pulling this thing off if they get off to a strong start and finish it out well.