2017 Masters Betting Tips PT 4- By A.J. Ryder on February 21, 2017 19:52 GMT
Paul Casey and Brendt Snedeker are both trading at competitive prices of 66/1 and they are both solid selections to finish in the top 10 – though you may want to save the bulk of your money on them for a well-timed in-play wager when you know they are already playing their best. The other major talking point that's trading at a 66/1 margin is none other than Tiger Woods – who will surely be one of the most talked about parts of the tournament if he winds up playing.
Beset by back problems in addition to one of the harshest declines in form that anybody has seen in any sport, pretty much ever, Tiger Woods came back on the scene this year with some real fanfare after a stop-start return to the game after recovering from injury and a really insanely expensive divorce. He has withdrawn from two tournaments that have been coming up recently and that's because of the aforementioned back problem.
Virtually everybody hopes he plays at the Masters again this year and is able to recover in time. What a better place to spark a return to form?
One of the solid outsiders for the tournament this year is young Brooks Keopka, who made a splash here a few years ago to really get his name on the map when he outperformed and secured his status as top amateur. Now a solid pro who has been putting in some really good performances over the past year, Brooks Keopka can be backed at an enticing price of 75/1 – one that makes him extremely appealing as an each-way fancy.
Matt Kuchar and Brandon Grace are also both available at prices around 75/1 or so. Both of them would not be out of the question to put in a solid performance.Other notables around here include Charl Schwartzel at anywhere from 66/1 all the way up to 80/1 while Zach Johnson looks to be one of the more enticing contenders to be floated around a 100/1 margin. There is a significant threshold there and you will do well to back a few of them each-way at around that price tag.
Lee Westwood can be backed as high as a 110/1 margin while Jim Furyk is trading as high as a 125/1 margin which makes him a very tempting pre-tee-off wager. Bill Haas is a 150/1 shout while Jason Dufner can be backed as high as 200/1. Ian Poulter and Webb Simpson can both be backed at the same price tag.
Ernie Els and Fred Couples are both available at a 500/1 price tag to secure a legendary win at the 2017 Masters while Sandy Lyle remains the longest shot on the board at 2500/1.