2017 Masters Betting Update PT 2- By A.J. Ryder on March 21, 2017 17:59 GMT
It would not be surprising to see his price drop as low as 5/2 should he go into the second day of the Masters as the clubhouse leader even if it's just by stroke. Such as the confidence that the betting public in golf observers all of the world would have in him to be able to close out the round and such a strong manner if you genuinely appears to be in his group at Augusta National this time.
Dustin Johnson is another popular option for those looking to place a wager on one of the more favored contenders at the 2017 Masters. He's always been a popular player and still appears to have plenty of room to grow and get better so that makes each appearance in a major championship a bit of a wild card because you have to wonder whether Johnson is going to be able to reveal even more depth to his game.
If you are looking to wager on Dustin Johnson right now the price hovers around a 7/1 margin to win The Masters.
Rory McIlroy I can be backed at an 8/1 price to win The Masters and, of the three favored contenders with the three shortest prices, he appears to be the weakest link as Augusta simply does not seem to be his course most of the times he plays there. You will also find Jason day available at a price as high as 14/1 to win the tournament and he's worth a look as well.
Hideki Matsuyama is another interesting Contender that many feel could have a very big tournament this year and you can back him at a price of about 18/1 to win The Masters. Henrik Stenson and Rickie Fowler can both be back at a 28/1 price tag and that looks like a pretty good option as well.