With Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson on the sidelines, a new generation of golfers emerged to challenge Rory McIlroy for years to come. Let’s take a look at who is sure to be in contention this week as well as next year and try our best handicapping tips!

The four golfers to bet right now on the leaderboard for this year’s Masters Championship are Jordan Spieth, Rickie Fowler, Dustin Johnson and Matt Kuchar. The last time a player won by betting these golfers was in 2013 when Tiger Woods did it at 10-1 odds with some of his backers picking him as high as 9-2 odds.

The “tiger odds to win masters 2022” is a bet that will pay out if Tiger Woods wins the Masters in 2022. The current odds are Tiger at 2/1.

4 Golfers to Bet Right Now to Win the Green Jacket

The sun is shining, the azaleas are in bloom, and The Masters Tournament is just around the corner (Amen).

The world’s finest will assemble on the grounds of Augusta National Golf Club on Thursday for golf’s most prestigious event, and we can’t wait to see some action during the weekend. I’ve picked four players you should bet on ahead of the 2022 Masters to give yourself a shot at a big payout on Sunday afternoon.

+1400 Justin Thomas

Justin Thomas plays a tee shot.

Justin Thomas plays a tee shot. At Austin Country Club, Justin Thomas hits a drive during the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play. | Michael Reaves/Getty Images

When predicting a Masters winner, the most crucial metric to look at is strokes gained approaching the green. Augusta National’s big sloping greens need accurate iron shots, and Justin Thomas is the most consistent iron player on the course.

In each of the previous five seasons, Thomas has finished sixth or higher on the PGA Tour in SG:APG. This year, he is ranked fifth on the Tour, and his game is on fire heading into Masters week.

Thomas has seven top-20 finishes and five top-10s in nine starts this season. In six Masters appearances, he has never finished worse than 39th.

Thomas is much too gifted to have have one major victory under his belt. It’s past time for him to add a green jacket to his amazing prize collection.

+2000 Rory McIlroy

We’re at it again.

Rory McIlroy has been pursuing the elusive career Grand Slam for the last eight years, and the spotlight will be on him this week. This year, I believe, he will finally break through.

McIlroy has already won a tournament this season, the CJ Cup, and has six top-18 finishes in nine appearances across the globe since October. In addition, the Northern Irishman changed up his pre-Masters routine by competing in the Valero Texas Open last week for the first time since 2013. He missed the cut, but taking his mind off the pressure of winning his first career Grand Slam should help him this week.

+2400 Collin Morikawa

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Let me clarify something.

Isn’t it true that Collin Morikawa has won two of the previous six major championships? He’s undoubtedly the finest iron player in the world, and we all know how important iron play is at Augusta National. He’s also enjoying his finest putting season on the PGA Tour, with four top-five finishes so far.

But, according to FanDuel, Morikawa is put at 24/1 for the Masters, which is higher than the top ten players in the field?

If you ask me, that’s a little silly. Morikawa should be added as a value play as soon as possible.

+8000 Gary Woodland

So, to get things started, I offered you three guys towards the top of the odds board. For a fourth option, let’s go a bit further.

Gary Woodland has always been a good iron player, and he has the kind of recent form I look for in a longshot choice. In his previous five appearances, the 37-year-old has three top-eight finishes and has gained strokes on approach in each of them.

Woodland doesn’t have much of a track record at Augusta National, but at 80/1, a bet on the 2019 US Open winner is well worth a shot.

As of 4/4, FanDuel provided all betting odds.

The PGA Tour provided all statistics.

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2022 Masters Odds: Who Is the Betting Favorite to Win the Green Jacket? RELATED: 2022 Masters Odds: Who Is the Betting Favorite to Win the Green Jacket?

The “who is favored to win the masters” is a question that every golfer wants to know. The odds for this year’s Masters are as follows: Jordan Spieth, 9/2; Rory McIlroy, 7/1; Jason Day, 8/1; Dustin Johnson, 10/1.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is the favorite to win the Masters this year?

A: Tiger Woods is widely regarded as the favorite to win this years Masters Tournament.

Who is playing in the Masters 2022?

A: Big names like Xander Schau, Niklas Edin, Tiger Woods and Keegan Bradley are just a few of the players competing to win this years Masters Championship.

Who has green jackets in golf?

A: The person wearing the green jacket is always the player with the lowest score on a given hole.

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