The Masters Picks and Predictions 2020
As with all of our golf betting picks here at Pickswise, all angles are considered, researched, and analyzed ahead of our Masters Picks. There is a lot to consider when making a golf pick, and even more so for the Masters Tournament, which has nuances of its own due to being played annually at the Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta, Georgia.
Our expert golf handicappers will consider every angle before making our 2020 masters picks and predictions
Be sure to also check out our Golf Picks and Predictions page for year-long golf picks on all of the top PGA action.
The Masters Expert Picks and Predictions
Our expert golf handicappers will offer more than just an outright Masters pick. With full tournament and round-by-round analysis, including our best bets, we, at Pickswise have you covered for the entire 2020 Masters Tournament.
Our expert picks will encompass the outright tournament winner as well as other prop bets our experts feel have a good value chance of cashing. With plenty of markets such as Top-European, 3-ball matchups, To Make The Cut, To Miss The Cut, among many others, our expert golf handicappers will leave no stone untouched to find the best 2020 Masters expert picks and predictions.
2020 Masters Longshots – Sleeper Picks For The Masters
Everyone loves a Masters longshot pick, and in recent years we’ve seen plenty of big-priced winners, and the pre-tournament favorite has gone 0-10 in the last decade.
Prior to Tiger Woods, who was victorious in 2019 at odds of around 14/1 (+1400) We had seen Patrick Reed, Sergio Garcia and Danny Willett win the coveted Green Jacket at pre-tournament odds of 40/1 (+4000), 30/1 (+3000), and 50/1 (+5000) respectively.
Our expert golf handicappers will be doing their utmost to unearth those masters sleeper picks for your longshot masters bets and those cheap plays in fantasy contests.
2020 Masters Odds – Who Has The Best Odds To Win The Masters
Currently, Bryson DeChambeau has the best odds to win the 2020 Masters Tournament at +800 with most sportsbooks.
A triumvirate of players follow Bryson DeChambeau in the betting with John Rahm, Rory McIlroy, and Justin Thomas with odds of around +1000 depending on where you shop.
Last year’s Champion, Tiger Woods, bids to be the first man since himself, in 01/02 to go back-to-back and has odds of +3000 to do so.
When Is The Masters Tournament 2020
In a regular year, The Masters is the first major of the season and typically scheduled for the first full week of April. 2020 has been anything but regular, so this time around The Masters will be played in November.
Round one of The Masters Tournament will tee off on Thursday 12th November, with the final round being played on Sunday 15th November.
How To Watch The Masters 2020
As with the majority of professional sport in 2020, The Masters Tournament will be played without a crowd in attendance, leaving golf fans around the world no option but to tune in from home.
So how do you watch The Masters in 2020?
Well, the TV coverage in the US is being split between ESPN and CBS.
Rounds 1&2 will be shown on ESPN between 1-5:30 p.m. With the final two rounds shown on CBS, Round 3 between 1-5 p.m. and the Final Round between 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Previous Winners Of The Masters – Who Won The Masters In 2019
Tiger Woods won his fifth Masters Title in 2019, in what was his first major since 2008. Tiger Woods was also the last man to win back-to-back Masters titles in 2001 and 2002 – with 16 reigning champions failing to repeat since, can Tiger go back to back again in 2020?
Previous Masters Winners
2019 – Tiger Woods
2018 – Patrick Reed
2017 – Sergio Garcia
2016 – Danny Willett
2015 – Jordan Spieth
2014 – Bubba Watson
2013 – Adam Scott
2012 – Bubba Watson
2011 – Charl Schwartzel
2010 – Phil Mickelson
How To Bet On The Masters Tournament
The continued legalization of sports betting across the US means it’s likely we will see record betting revenues on The Masters this year, with many, perhaps, having a wager on the tournament for the first time.
The odds for the 2020 Masters were released right after Tiger Woods’ triumph in 2019, but are continually updated throughout the year depending on PGA tour results and player form.
Closer to the tournament itself, more markets become available, with plenty of options beyond the outright winner available at almost all of the Best Online Sportsbooks.
These additional markets will include the likes of the Leader After The First Round, Two or Three-Ball Matchups, taken from the groups teeing off at the same time, To Make The Cut or To Miss The Cut, Top-5,10,15, 25 Finish or simply betting on a player Each-Way Outright instead of just to win to get some money back if they place. Each sportsbook will payout to a varying number of places so be sure to shop around, some will pay the top-5 places each-way where others may pay the top-8. Or even top-10, which is a huge difference.
Where To Bet On The Masters Tournament
Where to bet on The Masters 2020 will depend on who and what you’d like to wager on. With a huge field size and a large number of markets to wager on, Sportsbooks remain competitive with their odds and offers, so be certain to shop around.
The odds will differ through the field, with a marginal difference at the top of the market, but you can see huge differences in odds between your longshot picks. With longshot masters picks, also be sure to check out the each-way terms, with some sportsbooks paying up to 10-places each-way, while others will only pay 5 or 6 places.
Where Is The Masters Played
The Masters Tournament is played annually at The Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta, Georgia.
Typically the first Major of the season the Masters tournament is unique in that it’s the only major played at the same venue each year.