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Masters At Augusta Betting Update PT 1

Things are well underway on the second day of the Masters Golf Tournament at Augusta National. There’s been a really exciting, albeit rain delayed, full day’s action already behind us and things are shaping up to get especially interesting on day two as players look to make the cut and solidify their positions at the top of the leader board. 

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Dustin Johnson, who still is yet to win the tournament, has already jumped out to an early lead with the bookmakers on day two after stringing together some solid success early on in the day. 

There’s plenty to like about his chances this year and he has traded as low as a 5/4 margin with several top bookmakers. At the time of this writing, DJ can be backed around 5/2 to pull off a dramatic victory in the Masters - the final major championship of the year. 

Justin Thomas had put together a really good volume of work over the opening session and his start on the second day looks to be solidifying his opportunities of donning the green jacket on Sunday. The bookmakers see him as a 7/1 or 9/1 shot depending on whom you’re wagering with and you can assume that he will continue to play well as the tournament pushes onwards. 

Xander Schauffle is definitely one to watch here and he knows his way around the course here at Augusta. You can count on him to continue to build on his impressive early performance and the 12/1 price tag being floated right now makes things look interesting for an each-way wager. You can usually get a price of around ⅕ on the top six or seven places in the Masters. 

Jon Rahm looks to be struggling after taking some early favouritism in the betting markets on day one and his price has drifted significantly to 14/1. Bryson DeChambeau had a very up and down opening session and is still yet to tee off at press time but his price has more than doubled from 7/1 yesterday to a 16/1 margin today. 


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