Find Will Zalatoris Payout Odds to Win 2022 Masters Golf Tournament

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Don Shapiro
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  • Will Zalatoris pays $3300 for every $100 bet to win the 2022 Masters Tournament

  • He finished in 2nd place at last year's Masters Tournament

  • He'll pay out $130 on a $100 bet to finish within the top 20


San Francisco-based Will Zalatoris is among the favorites to win this year's Masters Tournament at 33-1 odds for a payout potential of $330 on a $10 bet or $3300 on a $100 bet.

He comes into the 2022 Masters having finished 2nd at last year's tournament in Augusta.  Since 2020, he has two top 10 finishes in the major championships including bowing out in 8th place at the 2021 PGA Championship and 6th at the 2020 US Open.   The 25-year-old rising star came close to winning at the Farmers Insurance Open earlier this year as well.

“I put on 15 pounds of muscle, adding some length to my driver, I’ve really grinded hard getting better with the wedges,” Zalatoris told Golfweek‘s Steve DiMeglio in regard to the break in play before the new year. 

When asked if he thought he could win last year's Masters, Zalatoris responded "yes and no".

"I would say of course it’s [winning] in my mind, the back of my mind, all the time. When I came out Sunday being four back and then starting off birdie-birdie on 1 and 2, I just basically told myself, you’ve gotta leave nothing behind.

“It was my first Masters, so, the story is not over.”

Zalatoris also pays out $130 for every $100 bet or $13 for every $10 bet to finish among the top 20 at this week's Masters Tournament.

Jon Rahm    +900

Justin Thomas    +1200

Rory McIlroy    +1400

Cameron Smith    +1600

Scottie Scheffler    +1600

Jordan Spieth    +1200

Dustin Johnson    +1400

Collin Morikawa    +1200

Brooks Koepka    +1600

Patrick Cantlay    +2000

Viktor Hovland    +1800

Xander Schauffele    +2000

Bryson Dechambeau    +2800

Hideki Matsuyama    +3000

Will Zalatoris    +3300

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