When: April 11-14, 2019
Where: Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta, Georgia
Format: Stroke Play
Defending Champion: Patrick Reed
TV Coverage: GOLF Channel and CBS
The first major championship of the year gets started April 11-14, 2019 at the Masters Tournament where Patrick Reed is the defending champion. The first full week in April, played on the same venue since the tournament’s inception in 1934, the Masters Tournament rarely disappoints and is one of the most watched sporting events year after year.
Augusta National Golf Club is one of the world’s finest courses. The blooming azaleas and large dogwood trees add beauty to the layout that features doglegs, short holes, long holes, risk and reward holes and some of the fastest greens on the planet.
Last year Sergio Garcia finally got the monkey off his back by breaking through and winning his first major championship. In a topsy-turvy day that featured multiple lead changes, Garcia battled Englishman Justin Rose and the two were tied after regulation play. The playoff would last only one hole as the Spaniard made birdie to put his name in the record books.
Jack Nicklaus holds the record for the most wins with six. Tiger Woods and Arnold Palmer put on the Green Jacket four times, while Gary Player, Nick Faldo, Sam Snead and Phil Mickelson all won it three times.
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 2019 Masters tournament.
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Preview: Rory McIlroy will look to complete the career Grand Slam by winning this year’s Masters and he is listed as the favorite at odds of +725. Dustin Johnson is listed as the second choice at +825, while World No. 1 Justin Rose is the third choice at +1025. It should be noted that favorites have not done well recently in the Masters and only two golfers in the last 11 years have won this event at odds of less than 20-1. Let’s look at this year’s tournament and Masters predictions. Continue...
The Masters Tournament is less than a month away and according to the betting odds, the same names will be on the leaderboard and have a chance to wear the Green Jacket. The lone exception, is the return of Tiger Woods who was a 100-1 shot before his comeback. After four starts his odds have dropped to 15-1. Another player that is making moves is Phil Mickelson. Lefty was a 50-1 shot before the year started but after three consecutive top 10’s and a win, his odds have dropped to 12-1. Dustin Johnson, Justin Thomas, Jordan Spieth, Jason Day and defending champion Sergio Garcia will all be in the discussion.
The tall dogwoods will be blowing in the wind and the azaleas will be in full bloom at Augusta National as we head down the final stretch leading into the first major of the year. It’s a great time of the year - the best, in my opinion. I can’t wait to watch it and wager on it.
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Like most golf odds, bookmakers present US Masters betting odds as a moneyline. Bettors should note that European sportsbook 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
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Patrick Reed held off fellow Americans Jordan Spieth and Rickie Fowler to claim his first major title with a one-shot win at the Masters at Augusta.
The world number 24, who had been ahead since the second round, led Rory McIlroy by three shots overnight.
McIlroy, chasing his first Green Jacket to complete the Grand Slam, faded with a two-over 74, while Reed parred the last to shoot 71 and win on 15 under.
Fowler (67) ended second, one ahead of Spieth, who had nine birdies in a 64.
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