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PGA Tour Betting – The Masters Prop Payouts for 2021

Written by:
Phil Simon
Published on:
Apr/08/2021

For golf bettors The Masters is the equivalent of the Super Bowl with a prop bet menu that’s off the charts. And now that we’ve had a little time to decompress after March Madness we’ll jump right into April Anarchy. The first golf major of the calendar year brings out the best players in the world and there is no shortage of prop bets that follow. There are, of course, the usual pick the winner and matchup bets, but the tradition unlike any other also brings out a host of additional wagering options. So if you’re looking for some side action to complement your viewing experience head over to BookMaker.eu to check out the expanded prop bet menu.  Bookmaker offers a generous welcome bonus (max bonus $1600).

It was just a few months ago that the field was competing for the green jacket at iconic Augusta National Golf Club. The global pandemic shortened the season, changed the schedule and eliminated one major. Now the PGA Tour and just about every sportsbook are looking to make up for lost time. The betting markets are flooded for Masters Week with 88 of the best players assembling in Georgia. With a return to its normal slot in the rotation and spectators infiltrating the grounds, there should be a touch of normal associated with the Tour this week. Let’s take a look at some of the prop bet options and find where you can make additional coin while wagering on The Masters.

2021 Masters Prop Betting

If you’re a golf fan with no horse in the race, placing proposition bets is a good way to stay engaged throughout the tournament. And there are a number of props that require bettors to sit through the entire event to get the outcome that have nothing to do with a player. One of those wagers is on the final 72-hole winning score.

Will the winning 72-hole score be...

Over 276.5 ( -250 )
Under 276.5 ( +200 )

Shooting 12-under par would seem like an easy deal for the pros. It sure was back in November when Dustin Johnson set a Masters record with a 20-under 268. In fact the past three winners all finished with a total under 276. So this seems like a no-brainer, right? Well, oddsmakers are a lot smarter than me and we’ve seen a split on the over/under in the last 10 tournaments. And don’t forget that Augusta National is one of the toughest courses out there at nearly 7,500 yards. It will take every stick in the bag to finish below the projected total and you have to think that one of the players can put it all together for four rounds. After all, they are here for a reason.

Will there be a new course record at The Masters?

Yes +1,400
No -6,600

The odds are off the chart for both options on this prop. It’s been a quarter of a century since Greg Norman tied the course record of 63 in round 1 of the 1996 Masters. He matched Nick Price’s score from 10 years earlier. By comparison Johnson carded a pair of 65s in his November record-setting performance. Again, Augusta is beast and a player will have to be dialed in to score 62. It’s not impossible since the assembled field is top-notch. With zero value on betting no it’s worth dropping a few bucks that someone will catch fire and shoot at least 10-under. The payout alone is worth salivating over.

First Round Leader

Jordan Spieth +1750
Dustin Johnson +1800
Justin Thomas +1950
Bryson DeChambeau +2015

If you’re hesitant about locking into a pre-tournament bet on the outright winner you can always go round-by-round. Some players are notorious for starting fast while others step on the gas later on. Johnson is the favorite to win outright but Jordan Spieth is favored to lead after 18 holes. Spieth enters on a serious run of hot form breaking out of a slump that consumed him for some time. He ended a four-year winless drought by toppling the field at the Texas Open last week, his fourth top-5 in his last six starts. And Augusta has been good to him in the past with a win, two runners-up and a third in seven career starts. There’s no reason to believe the confidence level will dip and at +1750 it’s a good play.

When it comes to golf’s major championships, things ramp up significantly both on the course and at the betting window. These are just a few of the hundreds of prop bets available. With Tiger Woods not competing a full section of props has been eliminated, but that doesn’t mean there are fewer wagering options. In fact the prop bet menu has been expanded with more opportunities to make additional coin at the sports biggest spectacle.

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- Phil Simon, Gambling911.com

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