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US Masters

Saturday - 4/1/23
Tournament Winner
Rory McIlroy
+1000
Jon Rahm
+1200
Justin Thomas
+1200
Scottie Scheffler
+1200
Cameron Smith
+1400
Dustin Johnson
+1600
Collin Morikawa
+1800
Jordan Spieth
+2000
Patrick Cantlay
+2200
Will Zalatoris
+2200
Xander Schauffele
+2200
Viktor Hovland
+2500
Brooks Koepka
+2800
Bryson DeChambeau
+2800
Hideki Matsuyama
+3300
Matt Fitzpatrick
+3300
Tony Finau
+3300
Cameron Young
+4000
Sam Burns
+4000
Shane Lowry
+4000
Sungjae Im
+4000
Tiger Woods
+4000
Daniel Berger
+5000
Joaquin Niemann
+5000
Louis Oosthuizen
+5000
Paul Casey
+5000
Tyrrell Hatton
+5000
Joohyung Kim
+5000
Abraham Ancer
+6600
Adam Scott
+6600
Corey Conners
+6600
Max Homa
+6600
Patrick Reed
+6600
Tommy Fleetwood
+6600
Justin Rose
+6600
Bubba Watson
+8000
Marc Leishman
+8000
Rickie Fowler
+8000
Russell Henley
+8000
Seamus Power
+8000
Sergio Garcia
+8000
Billy Horschel
+10000
Gary Woodland
+10000
Si Woo Kim
+10000
Webb Simpson
+10000
Cameron Champ
+12500
Harold Varner
+12500
Jason Kokrak
+12500
Luke List
+12500
Robert Macintyre
+12500
Talor Gooch
+12500
Thomas Pieters
+12500
Brian Harman
+15000
Christiaan Bezuidenhout
+15000
Danny Willett
+15000
Erik van Rooyen
+15000
Francesco Molinari
+15000
Kevin Kisner
+15000
Kevin Na
+15000
Lucas Herbert
+15000
Matthew Wolff
+15000
Phil Mickelson
+15000
Sepp Straka
+15000
Charl Schwartzel
+20000
Lee Westwood
+20000
Zach Johnson
+30000
Bernhard Langer
+100000
Fred Couples
+100000
Mike Weir
+200000
Vijay Singh
+200000
Jose Maria Olazabal
+500000
Larry Mize
+500000
Sandy Lyle
+500000
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2023 Masters Odds

Odds for the 2023 Masters are available at BetMGM!

One year after dominating The Masters to win his first green jacket (and first career major), Scottie Scheffler will return to Augusta National in April 2023 in search of a second green jacket and his place in elite company as a back-to-back champion.

In finishing 14th, 12 shots behind Scheffler, Hideki Matsuyama’s Masters’ defense fell short and guaranteed there wouldn’t be a repeat champion for the 20th consecutive year.

Successful defenses of major championships are no longer common, though several golfers have won the same major in back-to-back years since Tiger Woods did it at Augusta in 2001 and 2002. Brooks Koepka did it at both U.S. Open and US PGA Championship, as did Woods in the same two tournaments and Padraig Harrington in The Open Championship.

That’s five separate instances of repeat champions in the other three major championships since it last happened at The Masters more than 20 years ago.

How to Bet on The Masters

At BetMGM, you can browse Masters odds and place golf bets on one golfer, two golfers, or several golfers to win. And come April 6, 2023, when the azaleas bloom and Amen Corner captures the attention of the golf world, you can double down or hedge your bets with live US Masters betting odds.

Whether you like Scheffler to buck history and become the fourth-ever repeat champion in Masters history, Rory McIlroy to build on his final-round 65 from 2022, Brooks Koepka to rebound from a missed cut, or a down-ballot golfer to follow the path of Danny Willett and Larry Mize, BetMGM is your ticket for the 2023 Masters odds.

Live Golf Betting 

Live sports betting allows fans to place live bets during sporting events, including golf tournaments. While watching The Masters or tracking odds online, you can see updated Masters odds on BetMGM.

When a favorable live number is posted, you can place a live bet online at the sportsbook.

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