2017 Masters Latest Betting Update PT 2- By A.J. Ryder on April 6, 2017 03:02 GMT
Zach Johnson’s withdrawal has also seen Rory McIlroy become a much shorter price and he is trading just behind Spieth in a few places but is considered to be a co-favorite at several others.
Following Johnson, McIlroy and Jordan Spieth, the odds then take a big jump up to an 18/1 price tag for the likes of Jason Day to pull off a dramatic Masters victory.
It is also worth considering Rickie Fowler to pull off a major statement here and you'll note that he is getting back rather significantly having been trading at around a 28/1 price coming into the Masters and now hovering at a maximum of 20/1.
You will also find Hideki Matsuyama trading at a very plausible price and, being ranked in the world top 10, he has every chance to make a major impression here and will be a popular selection for punters. His price is hovering around an 18/1 margin and you can expect that to drop fairly significantly should he put in a very good first round at Augusta on the opening day of the Masters.
Those looking for a long shot selection here may do well to opt for Thomas Pieters who can be back at a price as high as 80/1 with a number of top bookmakers. You will also find his price to finish within the top 5 - or even 6 - places. Another really interesting outside selection is Bill Haas, who is trading near the same price as Pieters and also has a real chance to make a big impression, coming into the Masters in good form.