Sept. 20, 2021
Odds to Win 2022 Masters
Odds Provided by FanDuel - Subject to Change
How to read the 2022 Masters Betting Odds
The 2022 Masters is scheduled for Thursday, April 7 from Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia and bettors can start placing wagers on the first major of the 2022 golf season.
Hideki Matsuyama is the the defending champion and while repeats at Augusta aren't easy, oddsmakers open Matsuyama's odds at 22/1.
Nine other golfers open the 2022 Masters with shorter odds than Matsuyama, none of which include the 2021 runner-up Will Zalatoris.
Zalatoris' 2022 odds open at 33/1, with 16 total golfers seeing shorter odds.
2022 Masters Contenders
Masters Betting History
The Masters is the first of four major golf tournaments. This annual event takes place in the first week of April and is held at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. Along with the championship, the winner is given a green jacket, which has become a signature staple of the tournament.
Jack Nicklaus holds the most victories at Augusta with six championships, while Tiger Woods has five and Arnold Palmer has four wins at The Masters.
In the 2015 Masters, Jordan Spieth became the fifth golfer to capture a wire-to-wire victory at the Masters, the first since 1976.
The other four golfers to do so were:
Matsuyama captures 2021 Masters
Hideki Matsuyama became the first male player from Japan to win one of golf’s major championships, the 2021 Masters.
Matsuyama started the tournament as a 46/1 betting choice and was as low as -120 (Bet $120 to win $100) entering the final round.
His scores for the first three rounds were all under par, shooting 69, 71 and 65.
In the final 18 holes, he shot a 73 and won the event with a score of 10-under 278.
Masters Winners (2017-2021)
Betting on the Masters has produced great returns for golf bettors historically and the last five years have been no different.
Even though Johnson was considerd a top contender in 2020 at +850 odds, Tiger Woods and the three previous winners in the last five years all had a generous return.
Prior to Woods winning in 2019 at 14/1 odds, Patrick Reed cashed as a 50/1 choice in 2018.
Including the win by DJ in 2020, a United States golfer had captured the green jacket the last three years before Matsuyama won in 2021.
The last time we've seen a winning streak of four or more wins by Americans came between 2004 and 2007.
After the 2021 victory by Hideki Matsuyama, the last two international golfers to win the Masters were Sergio Garcia (30/1) and Danny Willett (50/1), doing so in 2017 and 2016 respectively.
Hideki Matsuyama captured a big ticket in the 2021 Masters, cashing tickets as high as 46/1. (AP)
Masters All-Time Winners