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2018 Masters Golf Betting Tips

2018 Masters Golf Betting Tips
2018 Masters
Thursday, 5 April 2018

Golf betting tips for the Masters where Tiger Woods continues the comeback trail with his first appearance at Augusta National since 2015. Almost every fan of golf will be willing Tiger to a fairy tale win. His form, with top 12 finishes in his last three PGA tournaments, stands up well but the odds are simply too prohibitive given the strength of the field. We’ll be looking elsewhere for our 2018 Masters golf betting tips.

US Masters 2018 TIPS

Bubba Watson -Winner
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Jordan Spieth -Winner
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Justin Rose -Winner
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Bubba Watson

The Florida-based leftie has been plagued by streaky performances since emerging as a potential great with an outstanding rookie year in 2006. He’s proved he can beat anyone on his day but relying on him when the money’s down is another matter.

Bubba is a two-time winner of the Green Jacket and knows what it takes on a course that has changed little in the last 10 years. He showed good form ahead of both Masters victories in 2012 and 2014, and having won twice already this year, he’s hit terrific form at just the right time.

Jordan Spieth

It’s impossible to ignore the credentials of Jordan Spieth who has been installed favourite to win the Masters with most bookies. The 24-year-old has made four appearances at Augusta, winning in 2015, finishing runner-up 2014 and 2016 before finishing tied 11th last year.

His scoring stats are incredible, averaging 281.5 almost two strokes better than Mr Consistent himself, Paul Casey. Spieth’s average single round score is 70.4, that’s a stroke better than any of the greats who played at least 25 rounds at Augusta.

Spieth has struggled for form since narrowly missing out on his second FedEx title last autumn but showed glimpses of a revival at the WGC Match Play. His putting will be the deciding factor and given his magical performances on Augusta’s lightening fast greens, it would be folly to leave him out of calculations.

Justin Rose

Sergio Garcia ended years of near misses when winning the Masters last year and it could well be time for Justin Rose to don the Green Jacket after a string of consistent performances at Augusta.

Rose has not finished outside the top 15 in the last four years including 2nd in 2015 and tied 2nd last year. He is seven strokes better than any player who has completed four rounds of the Masters in the last five years.

His victory in the 2013 US Open proves his has the temperament to see out a major win and his form coming into the Masters is excellent with a win at the HSBC Champions along with a third and tied fifth on the PGA Tour this season.

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Winner Bet365 SportingBet Coral William Hill Smarkets Ladbrokes BetVictor Betfair Sportsbook Betfred
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Angel Cabrera 401
Justin Thomas 12
Xander Schauffele 81
Ryan Moore 51
Tommy Fleetwood 41
Aphibarnrat Kiradech 91
Pat Perez 151
Gary Woodland 101
Matthew Fitzpatrick 81
Trevor Immelman 1001
Justin Rose 13
Ross Fisher 151
Patrick Reed 46
Jordan Spieth 11
Hideki Matsuyama 29
Si Woo Kim 201
Dustin Johnson 13
Zach Johnson 101
Sergio Garcia 26
Rory McIlroy 12
Daniel Berger 91
Jason Dufner 151
Marc Leishman 56
Bryson Dechambeau 67
Adam Hadwin 101
Henrik Stenson 41
Vijay Singh 501
Jason Day 17
Bubba Watson 17
Louis Oosthuizen 51
Bernhard Langer 501
Branden Grace 101
Mike Weir 1001
Kevin Kisner 101
Adam Scott 51
Jimmy Walker 126
Ian Woosnam 1001
Matt Kuchar 41
Phil Mickelson 17
Paul Casey 23
Alexander Noren 46
Russell Henley 81
Kevin Chappell 91
Fred Couples 301
Daniel John Willett 301
Patton Kizzire 151
Charl Schwartzel 91
Rafael Cabrera-Bello 91
Sandy Lyle 1001
Francesco Molinari 151
Tony Finau 91
Rickie Fowler 26
Tiger Woods 13
Patrick Cantlay 61
Tyrrell Hatton 71
Ian Poulter 51
Martin Kaymer 176
Larry Mize 1001
Charley Hoffman 81
Bernd Wiesberger 251
Thomas Pieters 56
Jon Rahm 26
Brian Harman 81
Mark OMeara 1001
Jose Maria Olazabal 1001
Harry Ellis 1001
Jhonattan Vegas 401
Webb Simpson 151
Kyle Stanley 151
Billy Horschel 301
Yuta Ikeda 501
Austin Cook 251
Cameron Smith 91
Brendan Steele 251
Hao-Tong Li 201
Miyazato Yusaku 401
Ted Potter Jr 501
Dylan Frittelli 176
Sharma Shubhankar 151
Chez Reavie 201
Joaquin Niemann 501
Satoshi Kodaira 501
Wesley Bryan 401

Odds updated regularly. Odds may be delayed.

The Course

Augusta is a par 72 course measuring 7,435 yards. The key to winning the Masters is to make eagles and birdies on the four easiest holes and keeping it together round the infamous three holes of Amen Corner.

The four par 5s, (2nd, 5th, 13th and 15th) are the easiest on the course and players who fail to take advantage rarely feature high on the final day. Amen Corner is the combination of the 11th, 12th and 13th holes. The huge crowds and tricky approach to 11 call for nerves of steel and the wicked design of the par 3, 12th means the difference between brilliance and disaster can be measured in millimetres. Then failure to birdie the risk-reward test of 13 can be just as damaging to chances of victory.