What Are the Odds - Scottie Scheffler to Win the 2022 Masters Tournament

Written by:
Mary Montgomery
Published on:
Apr/03/2022

Here Gambling911.com looks at Scottie Scheffler 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 $1600 for every $100 bet or $160 for every $10 betTop 10 finish and top country finish futures also available ahead of Thursday.

Scheffler is an American professional golfer currently ranked the World No. 1 in the Official World Golf Ranking. 

This was a result of his February 13, 2022 victory at the WM Phoenix Open and win three weeks leader at the Arnold Palmer Invitational in Orlando.

That was then followed up three weeks later with a victory at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play in Austin, Texas. Scheffler defeated Kevin Kisner in the final match.

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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

Louis Oosthuizen    +4000

Daniel Berger    +4000

Sam Burns    +4000

Adam Scott    +5000

Joaquin Niemann    +5000

Shane Lowry    +5500

Tyrrell Hatton    +5800

Matthew Fitzpatrick    +6000

Paul Casey    +5500

Bubba Watson    +6600

Tiger Woods    +4500

Sung-Jae Im    +5000

Patrick Reed    +5000

Tony Finau    +4000

Corey Conners    +7000

Abraham Ancer    +7000

Tommy Fleetwood    +6600

Sergio Garcia    +6600

Marc Leishman    +6600

Justin Rose    +6000

Billy Horschel    +8000

Webb Simpson    +6600

Seamus Power    +10000

Si Woo Kim    +11000

Brian Harman    +12500

Max Homa    +10000

Harris English    +10000

Jason Kokrak    +10000

Lee Westwood    +10000

Gary Woodland    +10000

Robert MacIntyre    +9000

Tom Hoge    +12500

Matthew Wolff    +10000

Francesco Molinari    +10000

Christiaan Bezuidenhout    +12500

Kevin Kisner    +12500

Luke List    +12500

Sepp Straka    +12500

Kyong Hoon-Lee    +17500

Cameron Champ    +12500

Kevin Na    +14000

Danny Willett    +17500

Erik Van Rooyen    +15000

Lucas Herbert    +10000

Garrick Higgo    +10000

C.T. Pan    +20000

Ryan Palmer    +12500

Min Woo Lee    +12500

Cameron Davis    +15000

Keita Nakajima    +20000

Zach Johnson    +22500

Lucas Glover    +20000

Brendon Todd    +25000

Charl Schwartzel    +25000

Mackenzie Hughes    +22500

Stewart Cink    +25000

Guido Migliozzi    +22500

Hudson Swafford    +30000

Fred Couples    +80000

Bernhard Langer    +80000

Mike Weir    +80000

Vijay Singh    +80000

Aaron Jarvis    +80000


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Never Really Thought About Being The Best

“I grew up wearing long pants to go practice because I wanted to be a professional golfer,” Scheffler said in his post-round press conference. “That’s what I dreamed of. I dreamed of being out here. I’ve always been, I would say, fiercely competitive, and so for me getting out here was a goal per se, and being out here, I like competing and I enjoy the challenge of playing out here every week. Just competing out here is really fun for me and just being able to win tournaments is pretty awesome.

“The rankings never really crossed my mind. It was always just about being out here and competing.”

On NBC, Tappen asked three questions. Here was the third, and Scheffler’s answer. 

“You were the runner-up last year at this championship. This year, winning it puts you as the world No. 1-ranked player. Can you just describe what it takes and what that accomplishment means to you.”

 “Yeah, I think I’ll believe it when I see it when I see on the world rankings tomorrow. But, um, you know, I never really got that far in my dreams, to be honest with you. I just … You know … [Scratches face.] [Steps away.] [Wipes face.] [Crowd cheers.] [Wipes face.] 

“I never made it that far. [Scratches back of head.]

“I just love playing golf, and I love competing. [Scratches back of head.] I’m just happy to be out here, to be perfectly honest with you.”

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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