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Who will win the Masters in 2020? Odds, betting favorites, expert picks & more to know


It may be several months late, but the 2020 Masters Tournament is finally here, bringing it with several enticing storylines and betting odds.

That starts with Bryson DeChambeau, the favorite to win at Augusta National Golf Club after his win in the 2020 U.S. Open in September. His power-based approach to the game has been controversial to say the least, but you can’t deny its effectiveness in recent outings.

Other golfers to look out for include 2020 FedEx Cup Champion Dustin Johnson, world No. 2 Jon Rahm and, of course, Tiger Woods — the 2019 champion looking for not only his second-straight Masters win but also his record-tying sixth green jacket.

With that, here’s everything you need to know to bet on the 2020 Masters, including odds and past winners:

Who will win the Masters Tournament in 2020?

DeChambeau is the odds-on favorite after having won the 2020 U.S. Open with a score of 6-under 274. Johnson, Rahm and Thomas, the world Nos. 1-3 golfers, respectively, enter at +1200, +1100 and +1200, respectively.

DeChambeau will look for a second major win in as many months, but Woods, the defending champion, will look to earn a second-consecutive win at Augusta as well. He enters with +2700 odds overall.

Masters Tournament odds 2020

DeChambeau enters the 2020 Masters as the clear favorite to win, at +750 odds overall. Rahm and McIlroy follow up at +1100 odds and Johnson and Thomas at +1200 odds. Below are the top odds to win the 2020 Masters:

Golfer Odds
Bryson Dechambeau +750
Jon Rahm +1100
Rory McIlroy +1100
Dustin Johnson +1200
Justin Thomas +1200
Xander Schauffele +1400
Brooks Koepka +1800
Patrick Cantlay +2000
Bubba Watson +2700
Collin Morikawa +2700
Patrick Reed +2700
Tiger Woods +2700
Tyrrell Hatton +2900
Webb Simpson +2900
Matthew Wolff +3300
Tony Finau +3300
Hideki Matsuyama +3700
Tommy Fleetwood +3700
Jordan Spieth +4100
Adam Scott +4200
Jason Day +5000
Justin Rose +5000
Louis Oosthuizen +5000
Paul Casey +5000
Rickie Fowler +5000
Scottie Scheffler +5000
Sergio Garcia +5000
Shane Lowry +5000
Sungjae Im +5000
Cameron Champ +6500
Gary Woodland +6500
JoaquIn Niemann +6500
Marc Leishman +6500
Matt Kuchar +6500
Matthew Fitzpatrick +6500
Phil Mickelson +6500
Abraham Ancer +8000
Cameron Smith +8000
Danny Willett +8000
Lee Westwood +8000

Masters Tournament winners by year

Tiger enters the 2020 Masters looking for the tournament’s first back-to-back championship since he won it all in 2001 and ’02. Another win would give him his fifth overall win at Augusta since 2000 (he also won in 2005). Only Phil Mickelson (three) and Bubba Watson (two) have won multiple Masters tournaments since 2000.

the first three-peat in the event’s history. He won the 2018 and ’19 events with scores of 16-under par and 8-under par, respectively. He is the only multiple winner of the event this millennium besides Rory McIlroy (2012 and ’14) and Tiger Woods (2000, 2006-07). Below are the winners of the last 20 PGA championships, and their winning scores:

Year Winner Score (to par)
2019 Tiger Woods 275 (13-under)
2018 Patrick Reed 273 (15-under)
2017 Sergio Garcia 279 (9-under)
2016 Danny Willett 283 (5-under)
2015 Jordan Spieth 270 (18-under)
2014 Bubba Watson 280 (8-under)
2013 Adam Scott 279 (9-under)
2012 Bubba Watson 278 (10-under)
2011 Charl Schwartzel 274 (14-under)
2010 Phil Mickelson 272 (16-under)
2009 Angel Cabrera 276 (12-under)
2008 Trevor Immelman 280 (8-under)
2007 Zach Johnson 289 (1-over)
2006 Phil Mickelson 281 (7-under)
2005 Tiger Woods 276 (12-under)
2004 Phil Mickelson 279 (9-under)
2003 Mike Weir 281 (7-under)
2002 Tiger Woods 276 (12-under)
2001 Tiger Woods 272 (16-under)
2000 Vijay Singh 270 (10-under)


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