The Masters Golf Betting Tips 2021

Who is going to be wearing the Green Jacket on Sunday?

The Masters Golf Betting Tips 2021
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The Masters has one more round to go

The Masters Golf Betting Tips 2021

Well the Masters (opens in new tab) is reaching its conclusion with Hideki Matsuyama leading the way after a stunning round of 65 to take a 4-shot lead.

Matsuyama  is now the tournament favourite at 5/6 with Bet365 (opens in new tab) a very short price for a non-Major winner.

Xander Schaufelle is second favourite at 5/1 with Bet 365 (opens in new tab) he will be in the final group with Matsuyama on Sunday evening.

Related: The Masters Leaderboard

How are the tips performing after round 2?

Patrick Reed at 33/1 - 13th Collin Morikawa 30/1 - 29th Daniel Berger 35/1 -  Missed Cut Tyrrell Hatton 50/1 - 43rd Victor Perez 125/1 - Missed Cut Jordan Spieth 8/1 - 7th Shane Lowry 50/1 - 21st Rory McIlroy 80/1 - Missed Cut Bryson DeChambeau 28/1 - 38th Jon Rahm 50/1 - 21st Viktor Hovland 66/1 - 13th

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The Masters Golf Betting Tips 2021 Advised Bets - Final Round

5 points to win at 9/1 with Bet365 (opens in new tab)
Justin Rose 5 points to win at 9/1 with Bet365 (opens in new tab) The Englishman may have lost the lead that he first had on Thursday, but he just has one player ahead of him. It is Hideki's to lose you would expect. But Rose battled well on Saturday to stick in there. He has a chance!
3 points to win at 18/1 with Bet365 (opens in new tab)
Jordan Spieth 3 points to win at 18/1 with Bet365 (opens in new tab) Spieth was the big shock on Saturday, a sloppy 72 leaves him 6 shots back... but only 2 shots back from 2nd. He has a 65 in him - he's done it before on Masters Sunday. Don't count him out.

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The Masters Golf Betting Tips 2021 Advised Bets - After Cut

3 points each way at 28/1 with Bet365 (opens in new tab)
Bryson DeChambeau 3 points each way at 28/1 with Bet365 (opens in new tab) As poor as he was on Thursday he was excellent on Friday in shooting his 67. If the course does get softer he becomes more and more dangerous. Six shots off the lead - he is still very much in this tournament.
2 points each way at 50/1 with Bet365 (opens in new tab)
Jon Rahm 2 points each way at 50/1 with Bet365 (opens in new tab) The last player to arrive on the course following the birth of his son - he makes the cut with his second consecutive round of 72. Has been in the top 10 the last three years at Augusta - these are great odds to get him at for this time of the event.
2 points each way at 66/1 with Bet365 (opens in new tab)
Viktor Hovland 2 points each way at 66/1 with Bet365 (opens in new tab) Already a great entertainer he is also one under par and just six shots back. His youthful enthusiasm sometimes allows people to forget that he is 14th in the world for a reason!

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The Masters Golf Betting Tips 2021 Advised Bets - After Round 1

Rose's impress 7 under par 65 has meant that there is excellent value still to be had.

5 points to win at 8/1 with Bet365 (opens in new tab)
Jordan Spieth 5 points to win at 8/1 with Bet365 (opens in new tab) After a 1st round of 71, which could have been much worse, I think the American is the one to beat if Rose falters. Fresh on the back of his win at Texas last week he seems very confident in his performance.
2 points each way at 50/1 with Bet365 (opens in new tab)
Shane Lowry 2 points each way at 50/1 with Bet365 (opens in new tab) - The Open Champion has a stunning short game and we know can be as gritty as anyone. He shot an excellent 71 to be 8th at the moment - well in the hunt. If you are looking for value here it is.

 

1 points each way at 80/1 with Bet365 (opens in new tab)
Rory McIlroy 1 points each way at 80/1 with Bet365 (opens in new tab) Now hang on - we all know Rory is having issues at the moment, but he shot a 75 in the first round in November and finished 5th. And he shot 76 in round 1... if you can find a bookmaker paying out the top 6 then there may be some good each way value still to be had.

 

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The Masters Golf Betting Tips 2021 Advised Bets - Pre Tournament

3 points each way at 33/1 with Bet365 (opens in new tab)
Patrick Reed 3 points each way at 33/1 with Bet365 (opens in new tab) – The 2018 champion won the Farmers Insurance Open in January and also had a top 10 at the WGC Workday Championship at the Concession. He appears to be very comfortable with his game and of course has the knowledge that he can win here.
3 points each way at 30/1 with the Bet365 (opens in new tab)
Collin Morikawa 3 points each way at 30/1 with the Bet365 (opens in new tab) – There is no way I can miss out on this price for someone as talented as Morikawa. He won a WGC just a few weeks ago and is 4th in the world - he should be half the price than he is. Only thing that counts against him is his course experience.
3 points each way at 35/1 with Bet365 (opens in new tab)
Daniel Berger 3 points each way at 35/1 with Bet365 (opens in new tab) – Won the Pebble Beach Pro Am this year and is the top 15 in the world - someone else whose price looks too long.  Has also finished top 10 in this event in 2016 - another person who I really like his chance 
2 points each way at 50/1 with Bet365 (opens in new tab)
Tyrrell Hatton 2 points each way at 50/1 with Bet365 (opens in new tab) - Won at the Abu Dhabi Championship at the start of the year, and has been in the top 10 in the world rankings for a while now. His odds seem very inflated for someone of his talent. Missed the cut in November but should enjoy the conditions in April.
1 point each way at 125/1 with Bet365 (opens in new tab)
Victor Perez 1 point each way at 125/1 with Bet365 (opens in new tab) The Frenchman has continued to impress, especially with his 4th place finish in the WGC Match Play and 9th at The Players recently. Top 30 golfer in the world and an excellent price.

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Tom Clarke joined Golf Monthly as a sub editor in 2009 being promoted to content editor in 2012 and then senior content editor in 2014, before becoming Sports Digital Editor for the Sport Vertical within Future in 2022. Tom currently looks after all the digital products that Golf Monthly produce including Strategy and Content Planning for the website and social media - Tom also assists the Cycling, Football, Rugby and Marine titles at Future. Tom plays off 16 and lists Augusta National (name drop), Old Head and Le Touessrok as the favourite courses he has played. Tom is an avid viewer of all golf content with a particularly in depth knowledge of the pro tour.