We are just over a month away from the 2020 Masters Tournament, which is always one of the highlights on the PGA Tour. The 2019 Masters saw Tiger Woods’ return to glory, and there will be plenty of storylines to watch heading into this year’s event as well.
With that in mind, let’s pick out some favorites, dark horses, and underdogs to bet on at the 2020 Masters.
Rory McIlroy +850: McIlroy enters the 2020 Masters Tournament as the current betting favorite, and has also risen to the top-ranked golfer in the world. Despite having a ton of success throughout his professional golf career, McIlroy has never put on the green jacket and won the Masters. McIlroy is off to a great start in 2020, and he will be a golfer to keep your eye on.
Tiger Woods +1000: It’s a surprise that Tiger Woods is not the betting favorite to win the 2020 Masters, despite not playing great golf so far this season. Woods has actually won this tournament four times, and always plays well at Augusta National.
Brooks Koepka +1000: Brooks Koepka saves his best golf for Majors, and he should perform well at the 2020 Masters Tournament. Koepka has won four of the last eight majors he has played in and will be looking to add the Masters Tournament to the list.
Dark Horse Picks
Rickie Fowler +2800: Rickie Fowler might hold the title of “Best Player on the PGA Tour to Never Win a Major.” That is certainly something that Fowler is hoping to change before his career is over, and he would love for it to be at the 2020 Masters. Don’t be surprised to see his name on the leaderboard on the weekend.
Tony Finau +3300: Finau’s most memorable moment at Augusta was dislocating an ankle after making a hole-in-one, but he has also had some great performances in the Masters. Finau is extremely consistent, and he will keep the ball in the fairway, which will give him a chance to post a great score.
Underdogs to Watch
Matt Kuchar +5000: Kuchar is another golfer who has yet to win a Major, but he does have a history of playing well at Augusta National. Kuchar finished in a tie for third place back in 2012 and has been in contention on the weekend in a few other starts.
Jim Furyk +10000: Jim Furyk has 17 wins on the PGA Tour in his career, and he has a history of playing well in the first few days of Major Tournaments. He is well past his prime, but there is always a chance that he can put it all together for an entire weekend again.
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