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Best two-ball parlay for Sunday at the Masters: Rose not done yet

Best two-ball parlay for Sunday at the Masters: Rose not done yet

Well, they don’t call it moving day for nothing. Saturday at the Masters saw Hideki Matsuyama vault from three strokes behind frontrunner Justin Rose to leading the entire field by four. Is the green jacket Matsuyama’s to win? Only time will tell, but plenty of challengers remain in the mix if the Japanese 29-year-old stumbles. Rose, Xander Schauffele, and Jordan Spieth are among the players who cannot be counted out.

Who is going low on the final day? Let’s take a look at best four-leg, two-ball parlay for Sunday at the Masters.

Justin Rose (-106) over Marc Leishman

Tommy Fleetwood (+120) over Matthew Fitzpatrick

Tony Finau (-150) over Robert MacIntyre

Matt Wallace (-117) over Charl Schwartzel

Parlay odds: +1222



Justin Rose (-106) over Marc Leishman

The pressure is off Rose just a bit now that he is the hunter instead of the hunted. That may help him improve upon back-to-back rounds of even-par 72. The 40-year-old Englishman may not card the 7-under 65 that he turned in on Thursday, but something in between is not out of the question. Whereas Rose is a major champion and an Olympic gold medalist as well has multiple near-misses at majors (including the Masters), Leishman has rarely been in this situation.

Tommy Fleetwood (+120) over Matthew Fitzpatrick

Both Fleetwood and Fitzpatrick have gone 74-70-73 through three rounds, so there is not much to separate them. However, diving into Fleetwood’s scorecard you will notice that he tied for 29th—a decent position—despite being only 1-under on the par-5s. If he can play those potential birdie holes (even eagle holes) better on Sunday, he should have an edge over Fitzpatrick.

Tony Finau (-150) over Robert MacIntyre

Finau played himself out of realistic contention on Saturday by shooting a 1-over 73. That’s not terrible, of course, but it isn’t good enough when you were only 4-under to begin with. The bad news for Finau overall may be good news for his score on Sunday. The American has always been known to tumble out of contention on the weekend, but he normally waits until Sunday, now that he has already done it, the pressure is off. He should give the inexperience MacIntyre a free lesson.

Tony Finau hits a tee shot at The Players Championship.

Matt Wallace (-117) over Charl Schwartzel

Schwartzel did well to make the cut and 1-over is not a bad score, but the 2011 Masters champion is a shadow of his former self. Wallace, on the other hand, is still on the way up at 30 years old. The Englishman is coming off a third-place performance at the Valero Texas Open and he has improved all three days of the Masters (74, 72, 71).

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Last updated: Sun 11th April 2021

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