Dustin Johnson to win the 2021 US Masters? He’s 69/10.
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Pity poor old Dustin Johnson.
The 36-year-old has only just got comfortable in his Green Jacket, but after less than six months, the reigning champion will be back for another Masters bid at as the tournament returns to its traditional April timeslot.
Here’s our look at the Masters betting ahead of the first major of 2021.
2021 Masters Betting Predictions
With several big-name stars hitting form at just the right time to mount a challenge in Georgia, this looks one of the hardest-to-call Masters in recent memory.
That means there could be plenty of value when analysing the 2021 US Masters betting market, with the weather also likely to influence events at Augusta National.
2021 Masters Weather
It’s back to ‘business as usual’ for this year’s Masters, but while the azaleas will be in full bloom as it moves back to its traditional April berth, the weather might not play ball.
Players were prepped for autumnal conditions at Augusta National in 2020 as the tournament was shifted to an unconventional November showdown. The fast-changing conditions helped and hindered players in equal measure on Days 1 and 2, with some players left frustrated on the sidelines from delayed tee times.
However, the shift back to a spring start date doesn’t necessarily mean Augusta will play any easier this week.
The forecast over the days ahead looks similarly unsettled to November’s contest, with storms expected intermittently for at least the first three rounds of the four-day tournament.
US Masters Betting: Our 5 Tips to Take the 2021 Green Jacket
It’s perhaps the most coveted item of clothing in the world of sport.
Who will be trying out this year’s Green Jacket for size in the Butler Cabin come Sunday evening?
Here are our five tips to shine at Augusta as we look over the Masters winner betting…
The reigning champ starts out a worthy favourite to become the first player since Tiger Woods in 2002 to retain the Green Jacket, and given the hassle-free way he obliterated the opposition in 2020, it would be no surprise to see the impossibly calm South Carolinian make a swift reacquaintance with the Butler Cabin on Sunday.
While his schedule has been relatively low-key since that November win, that looks unlikely to be a problem for a player that has only really misfired in two majors since the start of 2019.
The bad boy of modern-day golf now has one major under his belt after winning the 2020 US Open. Could he give his critics even more to chew by carving up Augusta National?
DeChambeau looks to be in bullish mood for the 2021 tournament after an underwhelming T34 finish back in November. He’s already signalled his intent for a more potent showing this time around with a win in the Arnold Palmer and a T3 in the Players.
While his hard-hitting style means he wouldn’t be the most popular winner on Sunday with the Masters organising committee, his early season form suggests he could be unstoppable if he sets a relentless pace on Thursday.
The three-time major winner’s odds have been slashed after a triumphant return to form at the Texan Open.
That win on home turf ended a torturous 1,351-day spell without a victory for the Dallas native, and a T4 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational prior to that outing suggests he could be inching back towards a remarkable career comeback.
After looking shot of confidence for much of 2020, the 27-year-old will be hoping he can carry that momentum through to the Masters as he looks to end his four-year dry spell in the majors.
He couldn’t, could he?
The 47-year-old British ace has long been considered as one of the best golfers to never win a major, but he’s currently enjoying the kind of late-career purple patch that hints his time could finally come in Georgia.
With age counting against him and putting still his one major stumbling point, everything would surely need to fall into place for the veteran to keep in contention across all four days, but he’s been a model of consistency of late, finishing second at both the Arnold Palmer Invitational and Players Championship.
A Westwood win would be some story. He’d become the second oldest winner of any major after 48-year-old Julius Boros at the 1968 PGA Championship.
From a wily old stager, to a potential breakthrough contender.
Berger looks brilliant value at 34/1 after posting a career-best win at Pebble Beach back in February. The 27-year-old looks to be a lively each-way candidate lower down the betting after five top-10 finishes in his last eight outings.
He should also be back fresh for this challenge after skipping the Honda Classic through injury.
Odds correct at time of writing but may be subject to change.
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