What Are The Odds - Xander Schauffele to Win the 2022 Masters Tournament

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Don Shapiro
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Here Gambling911.com looks at Xander Schauffele and his potential payout odds to win this year's Masters Tournament.  He entered the field of 90 players at Augusta with payout odds of $2000 for every $100 bet or $200 for every $10 bet

Schauffele is an American professional golfer born in San Diego and currently residing in Las Vegas who plays on the PGA Tour and has four wins under his belt since turning pro in 2015. Schauffele's best major finish is T2 at both the 2018 Open Championship and the 2019 Masters.  He was the PGA Tour Rookie of the Year in 2017.  He also claimed Olympic gold in Tokyo last August.

Winning Olympic Gold

When asked if he felt winning Olympic gold mattered when he hasn't won a tournament since that time, Schauffele was to the point.

"I'm pretty sure I've gotten more recognition or attention for the Olympics and the gold medal than I've ever imagined. I think the longer that marinates, the better it gets for me.

"At first I didn't just because it was just new and people were telling me no. And then I kind of sat down and looked at it and I was like, hmm, screw everybody else, like I think this is a win.

"So if you want to talk about PGA Tour official wins, then, yes, I'm lagging on that end."

It's interesting to note that Schauffele recently claimed he has no idea what happened to his Olympic gold medal.

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Trash Talking

Xander Schauffele spoke to the media ahead of the WGC Match Play about trash talking and how he is "striking it beautifully and [I am] looking forward to playing some more golf,"

The World No. 9 finished 12th at the Valspar Championship.  So far this season, he has played in eight PGA Tour events, making the cut in seven.  This included a top-10 coming at the WM Phoenix Open. 

"I think the exchange of cash amongst guy to guy just hurts more than anything else, and us competitors hate to lose," Schauffele told the media. 

"I guess handing someone or any of my buddies money sucks. That's pretty much what I do at home. Match play typically, though." 

When it comes to match play he says: "I mean, probably worry about yourself more than the other person for most of the day and then always expect the other person to hole out or do something crazy so you're never surprised."


- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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