The Masters Golf Predictions 2015
The US Masters & the Famous Green Jacket
When: April 9 - 12, 2015
Location: Augusta National Golf Club Augusta, GA USA
Defending Champion: Bubba Watson
Signature Hole: 13th Hole: 510 yards, par 5
The Masters is one of 4 major championships in men's professional golf and is the first to occur every year.
The final round of the Masters each year is scheduled for the second Sunday in April and unlike the other major championships, the Masters is held at the same location every year, the Augusta National Golf Club, a private golf club estate in Augusta, Georgia, USA.
This year will be the 79th edition of the US Masters, that will field another amazingly diverse group from around the world with at least 50 international pro golfers (from countries other than the USA).
There will be 19 countries represented by the entrants with South Africa leading the way with eight qualifying pros vying for that symbol of greatness in professional golf, The Coveted Green Jacket.
You may get this word beat into your head, but people worldwide watch this first of 4 Majors and event in awe, because this Major golf event respects, honors and practices exactly what The Masters Golf Tournament is all about; TRADITION.
So, who will be the next PGA Golf player to wear the Masters green jacket?
The Masters Golf Tournament is all about "TRADITION" and is the most anticipated golf tournament on the PGA Tour every year, and from the golf enthusiasts watching this golf Live all week to the large number of fans betting Masters Golf Odds, it is Masters Tradition.
Most players would admit that winning the Green Jacket is the highest achievement in golf and with the extreme popularity of this tournament; this is when the golf betting season really gets started. The winner of this, arguably the most prestigious golfing tournament in the world, gets to take the Green Jacket home with him and keep it for a year.
When he returns to Augusta National the following year, he returns the jacket. So for the time in between, the winner is a jacket caretaker, of sorts.
Witch pro golfer will claim the coveted green jacket, at this years US Masters?
Golf bettors from around the world will be placing bets on their favorite players, and rooting for their countrymen.
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The US Masters Golf Predictions 2015
Whether you are an avid golf betting fan or just love the game of golf, you can bet everyone's attention will be on the 2015 Masters tournament.
Have you made your Masters predictions on will win this year’s US Masters yet?
Don't wait another day!
The US Masters is the most prestigious major golf tournament in the world, both in terms of atmosphere and prize money.
US Master Golf Predictions: The first Major of the year is here as the top players in the world are in Augusta, Georgia preparing for the 2014 Masters Tournament. Well, all of the top players except No. 1 in the world Tiger Woods who had to withdraw because of back surgery which could sideline him for the rest of the year.
Without Woods in the field and with Phil Mickelson gimpy from an oblique injury, this could be the most wide open Masters Tournament betting odds in at least two decades. Continue
Masters Golf Betting Options
Like most golf odds, bookmakers present US Masters betting odds as a moneyline. Bettors should note that European sportsbooks favor decimals and fractions, but they amount to the same thing. For those betting online, you generally have your choice of odds format.
A moneyline can be positive or negative.
For example, a +200 line indicates that you win $2 for every $1 wagered, and a -200 line indicates that you must wager $2 in order to win $1.
In European style, the oddsmakers will present the +200 line as 3.00 or 2/1, and the -200 line would be 1.50 or 1/2.
Head to Head Match Ups: Bookmakers pick two players, and your job is to pick the best finisher. Golf matchup betting is a fun way to increase the intensity of every stroke as the two golfers are side by side for the round.
If your player finishes with a better score than his opponent, you win. If not, you lose. ( View Head to Head Match Up Odds )
Every round golfers are paired in position as they take the course and begin their round. The player matchup odds are updated each round as parings change as golfers move up and down in the field.
Betting on tournament winner: Pick the winner of the tournament and you win. While these can be tough bets to win, the payouts can be great.
Typical odds for tournament favorites are usually in the 15/1 – 20/1 range, and go up to 100/1 for most other players. ( View Golf Odds To Win )
Golf Props: In addition, oddsmakers will give golf bettors a shot at PGA tournament prop betting lines relating to the finishing result. One such betting line relates to a top-five finish in the Masters.
The key with betting on props is to keep your bets small enough that you don’t risk a high % of your bankroll. ( View Golf Player Props )
For most prop bets, keep your bets at a maximum of .5% of your bankroll.
The Masters is the only tournament of the 4 Majors that is played on the same private golf course every year in Augusta, Georgia famously named Augusta National Golf Club, because that is Tradition. This professional golf event also counts as an official money event on the European Tour, the Japan Golf Tour and the PGA Tour.
That traditional symbol has been awarded to the winner formally since 1949 when the winner from the previous year traditionally puts the coat on the official current Masters winner.
Jack Nicklaus was the first repeat winner in 1965-66 and simply put it on like we do, by himself. Now, the Chairman of Augusta National slips it on for a back-to-back as he did with Nick Faldo in 1989-90 and Masters Golf Odds favorite, Tiger Woods in 2001-02.
The Masters’ Champion also will receive a gold medal and a silver sterling copy of the permanent silver Masters trophy started in 1961. Continue
The Masters Tournament also honors amateur golf by inviting some of the best amateurs in the world to Augusta National with the U.S. Amateur champion playing the first 2 days with the defending Masters champion.
After all, it was founded by the most prolific Amateur player in the history of the game, Bobby Jones along with Clifford Roberts. Jones also helped design the course with British architect Dr. Alister MacKenzie.
The Augusta National Golf Club used to be an indigo plantation before an investment banker friend of Jones, Clifford Roberts, made him aware that it was just what he was looking for to develop a private golf club. Jones bought it and even co-designed it with Alister MacKenzie opening in 1933. Continue
PGA Golf Betting Schedule
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2014 US Masters Tournament Recap
Bubba Watson, put his ability on full display Sunday, shooting a final-round 69 at Augusta National to pull away from Jordan Spieth on the back nine and win his second Masters in three years.
He finished three clear of 20-year-old Jordan Spieth (72) and Swede Jonas Blixt (71) who tied for second at 5-under.
Spain's Miguel Angel Jimenez (71), at 50 years old, claimed fourth place at 4-under with Americans Matt Kuchar (74) and Rickie Fowler (73) tied for fifth a shot further back.
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