2024 The Masters Odds: Round 1 Rundown - PGA Tour Betting

2024 The Masters Odds: Round 1 Rundown – PGA Tour Betting

The 2024 Masters will take place this weekend at Augusta National. Let’s take a look at the Round 1 Rundown and what to expect from some of the best golfers in the world:

We still a few days away before tees off, so let’s take a look at those Masters odds and what we can expect on this prestigious golf tournament.


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2023 Masters Tournament
When: April 6–9, 2023
Where: Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta, Georgia, U.S.
Tours: PGA Tour | European Tour | Japan Golf Tour


Scottie Scheffler +1200

The top ranked golfer in the world is always ready to get off to a quick start. The 27-year old started last week at Houston with a 65 in the first round. Even at the Players, Scheffler went with a 67 in the first round. While not mandatory to be leading, Scheffler knows his game is meant to be right with the leaders for the entire 72 holes in this event. Scheffler is first in all of the PGA Tour with a 69.021 scoring average so far this season.

Scottie Scheffler
Masters Odds: +1200 | Bet The Masters
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Rory Mcllroy +2000

Mcllroy is 2nd in the world right now, and 66th in the FedEx Cup standings. The 34 year old shot a 65 in his first round the last time he was on tour. That was at the Players Championship back in Mid March. It has not been a great start to 2024 for Mcllroy, but a win at the Masters would be something he has been playing for. Rory is 20/1 to be leading the tournament following the first round.

Rory Mcllroy
Masters Odds: +2000 | Bet The Masters
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Jon Rahm +2000 

It will be nice for those following the PGA Tour to get a chance to see the 29 year old from Spain again. Rahm was really good in the last two events; including his event at Jeddah, where he went with a 62 to lead the show. Most recently, he finished in the Top 10 at Hong Kong, and went with a 67 in the first round there. Rahm is the defending Masters Champion, as he went -12 last season. The last time someone went back to back was 2001 and 2022 when Tiger Woods did it.

Jon Rahm
Masters Odds: +2000 | Bet The Masters
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Xander Schauffele +2500

Schauffele is known as a guy that always seems to start hot. The 30 year old went for fifth at the Valspar in his last event. He shot a 68 on the first day. Before that, he finished tied for second at the Players, and went low for a 65 in Round 1. Schauffele is 25/1 to be the leader after Round 1 of the event.

Xander Schauffele
Masters Odds: +2500 | Bet The Masters
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Hideki Matsuyama +2500

Another guy that is 25/1 to win the first round is Hidei Matsuyama. The 32 year old is fourth with strokes gained tee to green. The man from Japan went 69 in his last event at the Players for Round 1, and 67 the previous event at the Arnold Palmer.

Hideki Matsuyama
Masters Odds: +2500 | Bet The Masters
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Brooks Koepka +2500

Another guy that the PGA Tour fans will be excited to see. Koepka is another guy that has yet to win a Masters. Koepka is ranked 31st in the world. He went for a low round of 65 at Hong Kong, but went 68 and 71 to follow. Kopeka is no stranger to Augusta National, but will have the shake some of the previous falters early if he wants a chance after Round 1.

Brooks Koepka
Masters Odds: +2500 | Bet The Masters
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Other Odds to win Round 1:

  • Jordan Spieth +2800
  • Wyndham Clark +3000
  • Ludvig Aberg +3000
  • Joaquin Niemann +3000

Odds to Win the Masters


2024 Vegas Masters Odds to Win

Player Odds
Scottie Scheffler +400
Jon Rahm +1100
Rory McIlroy +950
Xander Schauffele +1300
Hideki Matsuyama +1700
Brooks Koepka +1800
Jordan Spieth +2000
Ludvig Aberg +2500
Joaquin Niemann +2500

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Enjoy the Masters this weekend. This should be an awesome weekend for golf. Best of luck with all your golf betting!


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Okay MyBookie golf betting enthusiasts, with one round of action already in the books, it’s time to look ahead to what could lie ahead over the course of the coming weekend. Could the incomparable Tigers Woods repeat as the Masters champion after getting off to his best start at Augusta – ever? Will Paul Casey be able to hold on to the two-stroke lead he has over three players that are tied for second place – and what about my top five picks to win and cash in at the year’s final major? Let’s look ahead right now so you can continue making your bets against their Masters odds.

The Masters: What’s going to happen on the Weekend?

Tiger Tiger Woods Y’all – 4

The legendary Woods might be three shots behind Paul Casey heading into Friday’s second round, but the fact that he just shot his best opening round at Augusta – ever – doesn’t bode well for the rest of the field moving forward. Woods shot a bogey-free 4-under 68 on Thursday that tied his best opening round at Augusta. However, the six times that Woods has shot an opening round of 70 or better, he’s finished in the top six of the leaderboard with all five of his victories at Augusta have started with an opening-round 70.

“It was good all around. I drove it well, hit my irons well and putted well. There’s really nothing that, looking back on it, that I could have done a little bit better. Obviously I could have made a few more putts,” he told ESPN after the round. “… There is a sense of ease when I come here just because I understand how to prepare for this golf course, and there’s no other major championship that plays [in the same location] every year. … There’s nothing I felt like I did poorly. Looking forward to whenever I play [Friday] sometime.”

Paul Casey -7

The 43-year-old veteran was fantastic in the opening round and I think he’s going to stay in contention until the end despite missing the cut at Augusta a year ago. Casey recorded three straight Top 6 Masters finishes from 2015-2017 while finishing T15 at Augusta in 2018. In all, Casey has finished an impressive T20 or better eight times in 13 appearances at Augusta while finishing an identical sixth three times (2004, 2015, 2017). Casey’s best finish in the Masters was a T4 performance in 2016 and all of his solid outings tell me he’s not going anywhere – even if he doesn’t end up winning the green jacket.

It’s Five Alive!

 Webb Simpson -5

The 35-year-old Simpson shot an opening round 67 after finishing T5 here a year ago. After picking Simpson to show out in a couple of tournaments just prior to the Masters, i feel a bit foolish for leaving him out of my top five this time around as I don’t see Simpson fading from contention.

Xander Schauffele and Justin Thomas -5

I could go on and on with some long-winded explanations on why Schauffele and Thomas weren’t in my top five, but they say it’s better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt. The 27-year-old Schauffele finished T50 in his Masters debut in 2018 – before finishing T2 a year ago. The 27-year-old Thomas has improve at Augusta in each of his four appearances by going T39 in 2016, T22 in 2017, T17 in 2018 and T12 a year ago. Yeah…if you can back either one of these young stars, now if the time to jump all over it.

Four Score!

Lee Westwood -4
Patrick Reed -4
Matthew Wolff -4

Out of this group of 4-under performers, I’m going with the talented Patrick Reed to really contend – or maybe you missed the 2018 champ’s opening round Shot of the Day!

Oh Rickie, You So Fine!

Rickie Fowler -3

The 31-year-old star might still be known as the best player yet to win a major, but he’s been a consistent challenge at Augusta. In 2014, Fowler finished T5. A year later, finished T12. After missing the cut in 2016, Fowler has finished T11, second (2018) and T9 last year. No matter what’s gone done so far, it could happen for Fowler this year, even though I’m still massively disappointed his long locks are now a thing of the past!

My Top Five

Hideki Matsuyama -4
Jon Rahm -3
Tony Finau -3
Dustin Johnson – 3
Brooks Koepka +2

Clearly, I’m a genius right? Four of my top five picks to win the 2020 Masters are looking absolutely fantastic at the moment. Then again, maybe I’m about as bright as a 3-watt light-bulb, seeing as how I also picked Brooks Koepka to challenge while leaving Xander Schauffele, Justin Thomas and Tiger Woods all out of my top five! Still, with four of my top five looking great right now, I feel relatively confident one will find his way into the winner’s circle.

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