Masters Tournament 2019 Betting Odds

The 2019 Masters Tournament is the first of the four major golf championships to be take place in 2019.

This year’s US Masters tournament will be held from April 11-14 at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, USA. It will be the 83rd Masters Tournament, with Patrick Reed the current defending champion.

Masters Tournament Betting Odds & Tips

Patrick Reed will certainly have his work cut out to retain his title based on his recent form, particularly having also changed his swing. Reed hasn’t made a single top-10 finish in 2019 and he struggled badly on his last two starts at the World Matchplay and Valspar. Those who believe he will come good again at Augusta can back him at +5500 over at William Hill.

A far better value golf bet could be world number one Dustin Johnson, who has already won twice this season, including the WGC Mexico Championship. He’s also got great form at Augusta, having finished in the top-10 on his last three attempts. He was also favourite prior to his late withdrawal in 2017. Johnson looks the man to be on at +1000 with Betway Sports.

Few, if any, elite golfers can match Justin Rose for consistency. Rose has twice finished runner-up at the Masters and, remarkably, he’s never missed the top-40 in 13 attempts. He’s won titles on both main tours in the past few months and has also played well in his last couple of events. Rose can be backed at +1400 with William Hill.

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Paul Casey is another reliable performer at the Augusta course and successfully defended his Valspar title last month. Casey finished tied 15th at last year’s Masters, but secured a top-six finish in each of the previous three years. At +2800 with William Hill, the Englishman could be worth watching.

Of the younger generation, the player to consider in the Masters Tournament 2019 betting odds could be Bryson Dechambeau. In less than three years as a pro golfer, the 25 year-old American has already recorded six wins on the main tours, including January’s Dubai Desert Classic, an event won earlier in the respective seasons by both the 2016 and 2017 Masters champions. Dechambeau is available at +3300 with William Hill.

There isn’t a great deal of expectation on the Canadian challenge from Mike Weir and Corey Conners, with neither player likely to be on the leaderboard in the last couple of days.

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Weir was Masters Champion in 2003, but has only made one cut in 10 starts on the PGA Tour since 2015. The 48 year-old has recently been appearing on the Web.com Tour and is a massive long shot at +250000 with bet365 to repeat his success of 16 years ago.

Corey Connors won the Valero Texas Open to earn the final slot at this year’s Masters for what will be his second time at the event. The Masters Tournament odds for Connors are +25000 with William Hill.

Justin Rose looks capable of giving bettors a good run for their money as a Top Five bet as the pick of the Masters Tournament betting tips.

Pick: Place Top Five – Justin Rose @ +245 (Bet365)