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2014 betting odds to win The Golf Masters

December 17, 2013 2:30 AM by GT Staff

Golf Masters future odds for betting and wagering are provided by LVH SuperBook. Check your local sports book for the latest odds. Golf future odds are updated for each major golf event.

ODDS TO WIN MASTERS
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA
APRIL 10-13, 2014
TIGER WOODS 5-1
PHIL MICKELSON 12-1
RORY McILROY 12-1
ADAM SCOTT 12-1
JUSTIN ROSE 20-1
BRANDT SNEDEKER 25-1
JASON DAY 25-1
LEE WESTWOOD 30-1
CHARL SCHWARTZEL 30-1
DUSTIN JOHNSON 25-1
HENRIK STENSON 20-1
MATT KUCHAR 25-1
JASON DUFNER 30-1
LUKE DONALD 40-1
BUBBA WATSON 40-1
KEEGAN BRADLEY 40-1
LOUIS OOSTHUIZEN 50-1
HUNTER MAHAN 40-1
SERGIO GARCIA 40-1
GRAEME McDOWELL 50-1
STEVE STRICKER 50-1
IAN POULTER 50-1
RICKIE FOWLER 50-1
ANGEL CABRERA 60-1
WEBB SIMPSON 60-1
NICK WATNEY 60-1
BILL HAAS 60-1
ZACH JOHNSON 50-1
THORBJORN OLESEN 100-1
JIM FURYK 80-1
HIDEKI MATSUYAMA 60-1
JORDAN SPIETH 50-1
MARTIN KAYMER 100-1
BO VAN PELT 100-1
RYAN MOORE 100-1
BILLY HORSCHEL 100-1
NICOLAS COLSAERTS 100-1
K.J. CHOI 100-1
ERNIE ELS 100-1
HARRIS ENGLISH 100-1
PETER HANSON 125-1
MARTIN LAIRD 125-1
JONAS BLIXT 125-1
PAUL CASEY 100-1
FRED COUPLES 125-1
ROBERT GARRIGUS 150-1
PADRAIG HARRINGTON 150-1
MATTEO MANASSERO 150-1
FREDDIE JACOBSON 150-1
FRANCESCO MOLINARI 125-1
SCOTT PIERCY 125-1
RUSSELL HENLEY 150-1
BRANDEN GRACE 150-1
RICHARD STERNE 200-1
BOO WEEKLEY 200-1
MIGUEL ANGEL JIMENEZ 150-1
GRAHAM DeLAET 100-1
GEOFF OGILVY 150-1
BROOKS KOEPKA 250-1
TIM CLARK 200-1
GEORGE COETZEE 200-1
BERND WEISBERGER 200-1
MARC LEISHMAN 150-1
CHARLES HOWELL III 200-1
JIMMY WALKER 125-1
KEVIN STREELMAN 200-1
CHARLEY HOFFMAN 200-1
RETIEF GOOSEN 250-1
CAMILO VILLEGAS 200-1
GARY WOODLAND 100-1
DAVID TOMS 200-1
JOHN HUH 200-1
STEWART CINK 200-1
CARL PETTERSSON 200-1
VIJAY SINGH 125-1
MICHAEL THOMPSON 200-1
GONZALO FERNANDEZ-CASTANO 150-1
PETER UIHLEIN 200-1
RYO ISHIKAWA 200-1
CHRIS WOOD 250-1
LUKE GUTHRIE 250-1
SHANE LOWRY 250-1
THOMAS BJORN 150-1
Y.E. YANG 250-1
TREVOR IMMELMAN 150-1
SANG-MOON  BAE 250-1
JAMIE DONALDSON 150-1
ALEX NOREN 300-1
AARON BADDELEY 250-1
KEN DUKE 500-1
LUCAS GLOVER 250-1
DARREN CLARKE 300-1
MIKE WEIR 300-1
JORDAN NIEBRUGGE 500-1
DEREK ERNST 500-1
BERNHARD LANGER 500-1
JOSE MARIA OLAZABAL 1000-1
GARRICK PORTEOUS 1000-1
TOM WATSON 1000-1
FIELD (all others) 15-1
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