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2016 PGA US Masters Winner Odds, Preview and Predictions

2016 US Masters BettingWhen: Thursday, April 7th – Sunday, April 10th 2016
Course: Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia
TV: ESPN (R1/R2) & CBC (R3/R4)

IT’S time for the world’s most popular golf tournament and the first PGA major of the 2015-16 season. You can tune in to watch the Par 3 Challenge on Wednesday, but the tournament begins on Thursday. Like always, the Masters will be hosted at Augusta, a par 72, 7,435 yard course.

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US Masters betting trends – What it takes to win at Augusta

Top contenders to win the 2016 US Masters

Jason Day (6/1) is the hottest golfer in the PGA. He has won his last two events (Arnold Palmer Invitational & WGC Dell Match Play) and he has finished T11 or better in four of six events this season. Day has played in the Masters the last five years, finishing T2, WD, T3, T20 and T28. He’ll contend, but there’s little value here.

Rory McIlroy (8/1) and Jordan Spieth (8/1) are both top contenders, but there isn’t much too like. McIlroy has done well in the last two WCG events, finishing T3 and T4. However, he hasn’t cracked the top 10 in any other tournament this season. Spieth has had a rough run results as well since winning the Hyundai ToC in January.

Both superstars have great course form, though. McIlroy has finally tamed the Augusta beast, as he has been in the top 8 the last two years in the Masters, finishing T4 last year. Spieth has played in the Masters twice and he has finishes of T2 (2014) and 1st (2015). However, both aren’t playing great and they’re priced short.

Bubba Watson (10/1) has won the Masters in 2012 and 2014. Watson has the perfect game for Augusta and he’s in fine form. Watson has won twice this season in just eight PGA events and he has only missed the cut once. He won the North Trust Open in February, which is an event used as an indicator when gauging form for this week.

Top long shots to target at the Masters this year

The top golfers in the world have been dominating the Masters in recent years. The last four winners here are Spieth (2015), Watson (2014), Adam Scott (2013) and Watson (2012). However, we’ve seen some value plays win here, plus betting each-way can be real profitable with most bookies paying more E/W places.

Not quite a long shot, but Louis Oosthuizen (30/1) is worthy of consideration. He has a T2 finish at August back in 2012. He missed the cut the next year, but has since had finishes of T25 and T19. He’s coming off a MC at the Shell Houston Open, but he finished 2nd in the WGC-Accenture event and won the Perth International.

Don’t count out Ian Poulter (230/1) or Lee Westwood (300/1) either. Poulter is coming off a T3 in the Puerto Rico Open last month and he has three T10 at the Masters, including a T6 finish last year. Westwood has finished T11 or better at the Masters in five of the last six years, which includes two top 3 finishes (2011 & 2013).

Odds to Win the 2016 US Masters

Jason Day +600
Rory McIlroy +800
Jordan Spieth +800
Bubba Watson +1000
Adam Scott +1000
Rickie Fowler +1550
Dustin Johnson +1660
Phil Mickelson +1800
Justin Rose +2335
Henrik Stenson +2350
Louis Oosthuizen +3000
Hideki Matsuyama +3250
Charl Schwartzel +3450
Patrick Reed +3550
Sergio Garcia +5000
Zach Johnson +5500
Brandt Snedeker +6600
Brooks Koepka +7000
Danny Willett +7000
Matt Kuchar +7500
Paul Casey +7500
Marc Leishman +8000
Branden Grace +8500
Jimmy Walker +9000
Rafael Cabrera Bello +9500
Bill Haas +10000
Ryan Moore +11500
Charley Hoffman +13500
Justin Thomas +14000
Shane Lowry +15500
Jason Dufner +16500
Andy Sullivan +18500
Kevin Kisner +19000
Bernd Wiesberger +20000
J.B. Holmes +20000
Kevin Na +20000
Ian Poulter +23000
Angel Cabrera +24000
Chris Kirk +25000
Byeong Hun An +26500
Billy Horschel +27500
Martin Kaymer +29000
Daniel Berger +30000
Jamie Donaldson +30000
Lee Westwood +30000
Jim Herman +30000
Smylie Kaufman +31500
Harris English +32500
Russell Knox +34000
Anirban Lahiri +35000
Graeme McDowell +35000
Bryson Dechambeau +38500
David Lingmerth +39000
Keegan Bradley +39000
Danny Lee +40000
Emiliano Grillo +41500
Scott Piercy +42000
Matthew Fitzpatrick +45000
Webb Simpson +45000
Hunter Mahan +46500
Ernie Els +48500
Troy Merritt +48500
Bernhard Langer +50000
Kiradech Aphibarnrat +50000
Thongchai Jaidee +50000
Vaughn Taylor +50000
Victor Dubuisson +57000
Robert Streb +59000
Chris Wood +60000
Kevin Streelman +60000
Soren Kjeldsen +70000
Vijay Singh +70000
Cameron Smith +90000
Darren Clarke +90000
Trevor Immelman +90000
Davis Love III +100000
Derek Bard +100000
Fabian Gomez +100000
Ian Woosnam +100000
Jin Cheng +100000
Larry Mize +100000
Mark O’Meara +100000
Mike Weir +100000
Paul Chaplet +100000
Romain Langasque +100000
Sammy Schmitz +100000
Sandy Lyle +100000
Steven Bowditch +100000
Tom Watson +100000

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