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2022 Masters Betting Odds, PGA Analysis and Predictions

Odds to Win the U.S. Masters tournament Betting

US Sportsbooks for US players favor Jon Rahm to win the 2022 Golf Masters. At +890, Jon Rahm leads the latest odds to win the Masters at the best online sportsbooks. He has a 10% implied probability to win.

The Spanish golfer is followed by Collin Morikawa, Dustin Johnson, Jordan Spieth, and Justin Thomas at +1200. Cameron Smith and Rory McIlroy complete the top seven betting favorites at sportsbooks for US players.

Rahm has been the pre-tournament betting fave for each event he has entered this year. He continues to search of his first win, however, since his victory at Torrey Pines in the 2021 U.S. Open.

Betting Odds to Win the 2022 Golf Masters

GolferOdds
Rahm, Jon +890
Morikawa, Collin +1300
Thomas, Justin +1325
Spieth, Jordan +1325
Mcilroy, Rory +1500
Johnson, Dustin +1600
Smith, Cameron +1700
Scheffler, Scottie +1725
Koepka, Brooks +1850
Cantlay, Patrick +1900
Hovland, Viktor +1925
Schauffele, Xander +2100
Dechambeau, Bryson +2500
Matsuyama, Hideki +2900
Zalatoris, Will +3600
Finau, Tony +4200
Oosthuizen, Louis +4300
Berger, Daniel +4300
Burns, Sam +4300
Reed, Patrick +4500
Im, Sung-jae +4800
Woods, Tiger +4900
Niemann, Joaquin +5000
Day, Jason+5400
Rose, Justin +5600
Casey, Paul +5600
Hatton, Tyrrell +5600
Fitzpatrick, Matthew +5600
Scott, Adam +5800
Lowry, Shane +5800
Leishman, Marc +6200
Simpson, Webb +6200
Fleetwood, Tommy +6200
Garcia, Sergio +7000
Watson, Bubba +7000
Conners, Corey +7000
Ancer, Abraham +7000
Fowler, Rickie +7500
Macintyre, Robert+9000
Westwood, Lee +9500
Horschel, Billy +9500
English, Harris +9500
Wolff, Matthew +9500
Harman, Brian +10000
Kokrak, Jason +10000
Kim, Si-woo +10000
Higgo, Garrick +10000
Molinari, Francesco +11000
Woodland, Gary +11000
Homa, Max+11000
Champ, Cameron +11000
Pieters, Thomas +11000
Na, Kevin +12000
Bezuidenhout, Christiaan +12000
Poulter, Ian +14000
Kuchar, Matt +14000
Kisner, Kevin +14000
Palmer, Ryan +15000
Wallace, Matt +16000
Van Rooyen, Erik +16000
Wiesberger, Bernd +17000
Willett, Daniel +17000
Ortiz, Carlos +17000
Perez, Victor +17000
Munoz, Sebastian +17000
Grace, Branden +18000
Stenson, Henrik +20000
Pan, Cheng-tsung +20000
Frittelli, Dylan +20000
Jones, Matthew +20000
Johnson, Zach +22000
Hughes, Mackenzie +22000
Griffin, Lanto +24000
Cink, Stewart +26000
Schwartzel, Charl +26000
Todd, Brendon +26000
Swafford, Hudson +26000
Laird, Martin +28000
Thompson, Michael +30000
Singh, Vijay +100000
Weir, Mike +100000
Langer, Bernhard +100000
Couples, Fred +100000
Olazabal, Jose Maria +150000
Lyle, Sandy +225000
Mize, Larry+225000


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2022 Golf Masters Betting Preview

Making his sixth outing at Augusta National, Rahm is 5-for-5 heading into the weekend. That includes four straight top-10 showings. His best has been a fourth-place finish in 2018. Rahm will be contending with a slew of major champions.

Those include former Masters champions Dustin Johnson and Jordan Spieth, both of whom sit at +1200 in the latest Masters odds at sportsbooks for US players. We also have two-time major champion Collin Morikawa as well as former PGA champion Justin Thomas. Quality iron play has always been a major factor at Augusta National, so these two American golfers have a great chance to carve their name into the history of the Masters.

Pick: Course history and tee length are a couple of the more predictive elements of the tournament. When we looking at past champions like Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods and several other multiple-time winners, a clear level of comfort has been developed around Augusta National.

That is why players keep on playing well in the year’s first major championship regardless of the form they may arrive in. One player who has both and is in top form to start his 2022 is Marc Leishman. With three top-10 finishes in his 2021-22 season plus three top-20 finishes, the world No. 38 is slowly but surely returning to his top form. He looks similar to his career-best year in 2018. Leishman tends to do his best work when the conditions and the field are the hardest.