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2016 Masters Tournament Odds: Day, McIlroy and Spieth

What is the most sought-after sporting event ticket in the world?

If you answered the Super Bowl, you’re wrong. Little known to most, the fans that flock to Augusta National Golf Club each year to witness the Masters Tournament pay a heftier price than any to walk down Magnolia Lane.

Augusta is the most storied golf course in America. The history is rich and the scenery is breathtaking. You won’t find a single weed amidst the beauty that encompasses the 18 holes filled with azalea flowers, magnolia trees and green, green grass.

Who Will Take Home the Green Jacket?

Of course, grass isn’t the only green up for grabs at the Masters Tournament. The coveted Green Jacket is awarded to the winner, and the prize pool of money is one of the largest in the sport of golf. This year’s field of PGA golfers is one of the most talented in the history of the tournament. Below, you will find the 2016 Masters odds to win from

Rory McIlroy +800
Jordan Spieth +850
Jason Day +700
Adam Scott +1100
Bubba Watson +1200
Rickie Fowler +1600
Dustin Johnson +1500
Phil Mickelson +2200
Justin Rose +3000
Charl Schwartzel +4000
Hideki Matsuyama +3800
Henrik Stenson +3200
Louis Oosthuizen +3200
Brandt Snedeker +4500
Patrick Reed +3700
Sergio Garcia +6000
Brooks Koepka +6700
Branden Grace +7200
Jimmy Walker +9200
Marc Leishman +7000
Danny Willett +6900
Paul Casey +5600
Zach Johnson +6800
Justin Thomas +8500
JB Holmes +13100
Jason Dufner +11000
Bill Haas +8400
Matt Kuchar +8300
Gary Woodland +22300
Kevin Kisner +12000
Harris English +18700
Angel Cabrera +10700
Martin Kaymer +14500
Shane Lowry +10500
Kevin Na +12600
Ian Poulter +14000
Billy Horschel +10200
David Lingmerth +19900
Emiliano Grillo +14900
Robert Streb +24800
Byeong-Hun An +11200
Lee Westwood +14200
Andy Sullivan +12800
Hunter Mahan +15300
Ryan Moore +11900
Danny Lee +13200
Luke Donald +12800
Matthew Fitzpatrick +20200
Victor Dubuisson +19600
Keegan Bradley +20100
Russell Knox +20200
Bernd Wiesberger +25200
Webb Simpson +17300
Charley Hoffman +14000
Chris Kirk +18700
Kevin Streelman +18600
Cameron Smith +25000
Smiley Kaufman +24900
Davis Love III +34800
Graeme McDowell +12500
Vaughn Taylor +18500
Daniel Berger +24800
Kiradech Aphibarnrat +24100
Jamie Donaldson +22000
Thongchai Jaidee +29500
Rafa-Cabrera Bello +9500
Fred Couples +20300
Tom Watson +62500
Bernhard Langer +52500
Mike Weir +50200
Vijay Singh +25000
Ernie Els +24900

Top 3 Masters Picks: Jason Day, Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy

Ranked No. 1, 2 and 3, respectively in the World Golf Rankings, so it’s no surprise they carry the lowest odds to win the 2016 Masters. There isn’t a ton of value from a golf betting perspective with that trio, but if you ask the pundits, they will tell you it’s a three-horse race for the Green Jacket.

2016 Masters Tournament top picks for fantasy golf: Jordan Spieth, Jason Day, and Rory McIlroy
Jordan Spieth, Jason Day, and Rory McIlroy are the top 3 contenders to win the 2016 Masters.

At the Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas, Spieth has accrued more money in wagers than any other golfer. In January, the sportsbook took a $9,000 wager on him to win at 5 to 1 odds. If he does repeat and win the Masters again, that would be an enormous $45,000 payout for one ballsy bettor.

Phil Mickelson, who is a three-time champion at Augusta, has garnered the most bets at the Westgate, as he is always a popular figure among fans and gamblers. Bubba Watson, also a twice winner of the Masters, is going off at 12 to 1, any many believe he is poised to capture a third jacket.

No Odds on Tiger Woods?

You won’t find Tiger Woods on the above odds list. Woods is still recovering from back surgery and will not compete in the Masters for just the second time in his professional career. He is expected to play again later in 2017, however.

The Masters Tournament is scheduled for Thursday, April 7 through Sunday, April 10. It will be televised by ESPN on Thursday and Friday while CBS takes over coverage on Saturday and Sunday.

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John Milton
John Milton
Having worked in the marketing department at two online sports betting sites, John brings his love of sports to serve BigOnSports as chief writer. He will be researching and writing about the sports betting community to improve your experience as a sports bettor.

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