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The Masters Betting Tips:
The world’s top golfers will all be at Augusta for the first Major Championship of the year, when the Masters takes place from Thursday 6th April to Sunday 9th April. It’s the 87th edition of this special event and it promises to be a thrilling four days of action, played out on the beautifully manicured Augusta National course.
Masters Tip 1: Morikawa offers Masters value
It’s no real surprise to see the world’s top three players at the head of the betting, with Scottie Scheffler, Rory McIlroy and Jon Rahm battling it out for the PGA Tour titles almost on a weekly basis. Scheffler currently holds top spot in the rankings and is currently 6/1 to retain the title he won 12 months ago and add a second Green Jacket to his wardrobe. McIlroy, second in the world, is still looking to complete the Grand Slam with the Masters the only one of the ‘Big Four’ to have eluded so far. The Northern Irishman (13/2) finished second last year and has six other top-10 finishes at Augusta – could this be the year he makes history? Rahm makes up the top three and the Spaniard has finished in the top 10 in four of his six appearances at the Masters. The Ryder Cup star is 15/2 to win his first Green Jacket in 2024.
Someone trending in the right direction is Collin Morikawa, who is seeking his third Major in his fourth year as a professional. The 26-year-old has already secured three top-10s and one top-15 finish since the turn of the year and is currently second on Tour in Approach to the Green and Driving Accuracy. Morikawa has also shown some good signs at Augusta in his three Masters’ appearances, finishing T44, T18 and then finishing fifth in 2022.
The Californian, who is 20/1 to win the first Major of the year, often gets off to a quick start and fired 69 or lower in five of his last seven stroke-play events.
Masters Tip 2: Augusta can bring the best out of Spieth
Jordan Spieth might not be at the peak of his powers at present, but his record at the Masters still makes him a serious contender for the Green Jacket. The American, who won the tournament in 2015, has an outstanding form guide at Augusta with two tied-second finishes and two third places along with his win. Spieth may have dropped outside the top 15 in the world, but the 29-year-old has been showing some good signs in recent weeks.
A T4 finish at the Arnold Palmer Invitational in March was followed up by a T19 at The Players Championship, while Spieth then record a T3 place at the Valspar Championship. The man from Dallas is 15/1 to win the 2023 Masters, alongside fellow American Patrick Cantlay – who has missed the cut twice in five previous appearances at Augusta.
Masters Tip 3: Fitzpatrick leads English hopes
It’s seven years since an Englishman last put on the iconic Green Jacket, with Danny Willett causing a big upset in 2016. Matthew Fitzpatrick is the shortest priced of the English contenders in 2023, with the US Open champion available to back at 40/1.
Tyrrell Hatton (50/1) is just two places below Fitzpatrick in the world rankings and heads to Augusta on the back of some good form in March, which saw a T4 finish at the Arnold Palmer Invitational before he claimed second spot at The Players Championship. Tommy Fleetwood is another potential contender when considering his previous performances at the Masters, with three top-20 finishes to his name. The Merseysider is currently 60/1 to win this year’s event.