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Number of Major Wins Betting Odds 2016: Jordan Spieth, Jason Day, Rory McIlroy

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Mar/31/2016
Number of Major Wins Betting Odds 2016: Jordan Spieth, Jason Day, Rory McIlroy

BetOnline and a number of other online sportsbooks have begun offering odds on the number of Major wins for 2016 for three of the world’s top golfers.

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Jordan Spieth, the two-time Major winner and defending FedEx Cup champ is a favorite to win zero Majors in 2016 as we approach next week’s Masters tournament. He had been the world number one player until Jason Day took grabbed hold of that ranking this week.  Spieth’s odds of winning one major are priced at 2-1 while there is a huge jump to 8-1 for winning exactly two.

Australian Jason Day won his first Major last year at the PGA Championship, scoring a record 20 strokes under par.  Day is priced at -275 to win zero Majors in 2016.  Exactly one pays $20 for every $10 bet.  Exactly two pays $120 for every $10 bet.

Rory McIlroy ranked as the world number one for 95 weeks.  He is priced at -150 to win zero Majors.  Exactly one Major win in 2016 pays just shy of $20 for each $10 wagered.

BetOnline

Total 2016 Major Wins

Jason Day

12:00 AM

251

Exactly One Major

 

+200

 

252

Exactly Two Majors

 

+1200

 

253

Exactly Three Majors

 

+4000

 

254

Grand Slam

 

+10000

 

255

No Majors

 

-275

 

Total 2016 Major Wins

Jordan Spieth

12:00 AM

271

Exactly One Major

 

+190

 

272

Exactly Two Majors

 

+800

 

273

Exactly Three Majors

 

+3300

 

274

Grand Slam

 

+5000

 

275

No Majors

 

-140

 

Total 2016 Major Wins

Rory McIlroy

12:00 AM

261

Exactly One Major

 

+190

 

262

Exactly Two Majors

 

+800

 

263

Exactly Three Majors

 

+4000

 

264

Grand Slam

 

+6600

 

265

No Majors

 

-150

 

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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