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The Masters 2022 Analysis

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 2023  Masters were released right after Scottie Scheffler’s triumph in April 2022, 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 pay out 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 2023 will depend on which players and markets you want to bet 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, so this is also another key consideration.

2023 Masters Odds – Who Has The Best Odds To Win The Masters Tournament

Currently, PGA world No.1 and defending champion Scottie Scheffler has the best odds at +700 to win the 2023 Masters Tournament.

Sportsbooks have Rory McIlroy next at +750 with the likes of John Rahm, Jordan Spieth, Patrick Cantlay and Justin Thomas all not too far behind in the betting. 

Tiger Woods is around a +7000 chance to roll back the years at Augusta, with Phil Mickelson having even bigger odds at +20000.

When Is The Masters Tournament 2023

The Masters is the first major of the season and typically scheduled for the first full week of April. The first round of The Masters Tournament 2023 is set to start on Thursday 6th April. The Pre-tournament and practice rounds are scheduled over the 3rd, 4th and 5th. The final round of The 2023 Masters tournament will tee off on Sunday 9th of April.

How To Watch The Masters 2023

So how do you watch The Masters on TV in 2023?

The TV coverage in the US is being split between ESPN and CBS. Rounds 1&2 will be shown on ESPN, before a switch to CBS who will have coverage of the weekend rounds.

So how do you stream The Masters Online in 2023?

Streaming is quickly becoming a go-to for many sports fans around the world with quick and easy access to live sport including The Masters Tournament on various devices.

You can stream the 2023 Masters Tournament for free on the official Masters website. Alternatively, both ESPN and CBS have multiple ways in which you can stream their coverage of the 2023 Masters Tournament as well as on Paramount+ which is a paid for subscription.

List Of Masters Winners By Year – Who Won The Masters In 2022

Hideki Matsuyma became the first Japanese and first Asian winner of the Masters tournament in 2021 after carding a 10-under score through the four days. A winner of the Sony Open in Hawaii back in January, Matsuyama has been in mixed form since in 2022 ahead of the defence of his title here at Augusta and is a general +3300 shot to go back-to-back. Check out the other previous Masters winners below.

Previous Masters Winners

  • 2022 Scottie Scheffler
  • 2021 – Hideki Matsuyama
  • 2020 – Dustin Johnson
  • 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

Where Is The Masters Tournament Played

The Masters Tournament is played annually at The Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta, Georgia.

2020 aside where the PGA schedule was impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic, The Masters is typically the first major golf tournament of the season and is also unique in that it’s the only major played at the same venue each year.

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