Masters Props

By Tom Wilkinson

Did you know that in addition to betting on a player to win The Masters, and the matchups, you can also bet Masters props? There are a number of props you can bet at the online sportsbook, including whether there will be a hole-in-one. We already looked at players to win and some of the matchups for the week in previous articles, so here we want to look at some interesting Masters props. We’ll focus on the Top English finisher, the Top Oceania Player and an interesting prop on the Big Guns vs. the Field.


Top English Finisher

Matthew Fitzpatrick +260

Tommy Fleetwood +300

Tyrrell Hatton +300

Justin Rose +330

Danny Willett +650


I took a flyer on Fleetwood to win in the odds article and I think he has a real chance, especially if the weather is challenging on the weekend. Fleetwood has shown the ability to do well when it is rainy and windy and there is a good chance that is what we see at Augusta National on the weekend. You can say the same thing about Rose and Willett, but Fleetwood is considered a better player than each of them. I’ll take a shot with Fleetwood to be the top English finisher at odds of +300.


Top Oceania Finisher

Jason Day +180

Cameron Smith +200

Min Woo Lee +450

Adam Scott +600

Ryan Fox +900

Vijay Singh +10000

Harrison Crowe +11000


Points-Bet-Banner-Oct-04-2022-07-33-02-41-PMI know that many people are taking Jason Day to have a good Masters, and maybe he plays well this week, but Cameron Smith is still the better overall player. Smith has all of the tools to win anywhere and in any condition. I think there is still a clear difference between Day and Smith and we get Smith at the better price in this group. I don’t give any of the other players listed in the Oceania group any real chance to contend other than Day and Smith and we get Smith at the better number. I’ll take a shot with Smith to win this group at +200.


Big Guns vs. The Field


Scheffler, McIlroy, or Rahm to Win +190


The Field to Win -275


One of the most interesting Masters props is the one with the Big Guns of Scottie Scheffler, Rory McIlroy and Jon Rahm against the field. The field is listed as almost a 3-1 favorite in this prop and that may be too high a price in terms of Masters betting odds. Normally I would take the field in this prop but not this year. There is a major difference this year between the top golfers and everyone else. Scheffler, McIlroy and Rahm have been battling all season for the No. 1 ranking in golf and they have gone back and forth. Scheffler and Rahm already have multiple wins this year and McIlroy is having another excellent season.


When you look at the golf betting odds board you will notice that Scheffler and McIlroy are listed as the top two betting choices, followed by Rahm. They are the only three golfers listed at single-digit Masters odds. There is then a pretty good drop to the next two golfers. When it comes to betting golf favorites I have gone on record as saying that there is no value in betting favorites. This prop is completely different because we get the top three golfers in the world and we get them at plus money. We are not just picking one golfer to win, as we get all three. I know you could simply take Scheffler to win at +650, McIlroy to win at +650 and Rahm to win at +900. If any of those three players win, you make a profit, but you do risk $300. In the Big Guns vs. the Field prop we only have to risk $100 and get a +190 return. I think that option protects us a little bit, as we only have to risk one unit to win two instead of risking three units. I’ll take the Big Guns at plus money in this prop.


Check out the latest Masters odds at PointsBet.