Last Updated on November 17, 2020

  • Dustin Johnson emerged victorious at the 2020 Masters Tournament, finishing 20 under par.
  • The sports betting world is wasting no time with the 2021 Masters odds, placing Johnson as the favorite to repeat as champion.
  • Here are the 2021 Masters Tournament odds, courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook.


The 2020 Masters Tournament has unfortunately concluded, and boy were there a few surprises.

While Bryson DeChambeau tied for 34th place after he was favored to win the major championship, 2019 Masters winner Tiger Woods ultimately tied for 38th. In the end, Dustin Johnson came away with a huge victory by a decent margin, finishing 20 under par while Cameron Smith and Sungjae Im tied for second at 15 under par.

If you bet money on DeChambeau to win, we feel your pain. Fortunately, there’s always next year, and DraftKings Sportsbook has already come through and provided the opening odds for the 2021 Masters Tournament.


Odds To Win 2021 Masters

Player Odds
Dustin Johnson +700
Bryson DeChambeau +800
Rory McIlroy +900
Jon Rahm +1000
Justin Thomas +1000
Brooks Koepka +1600
Xander Schauffele +2000
Patrick Cantlay +2500
Hideki Matsuyama +2500
Collin Morikawa +2500
Patrick Reed +2500
Tiger Woods +2800
Tony Finau +3300
Tyrrell Hatton +3300
Webb Simpson +3300
Sungjae Im +3300
Bubba Watson +3300
Daniel Berger +4000
Jason Day +4000
Tommy Fleetwood +4000

Despite his rough outing at this year’s Masters Tournament, DeChambeau still possesses the second-highest odds to win next year’s edition of the major championship. He comes in at +800, a tad bit behind Johnson (+700).

Im is all the way down at +3300 even though he tied for second place this year, and Cameron Smith is further down the list at +4000.

After his below-average showing at the Masters this year, 2020 PGA Championship winner Collin Morikawa is tied for the eighth-highest odds at +2500. Morikawa ultimately tied for 44th with a score of even-par at Augusta National this year.

The 2021 Masters Tournament is set to take place in just a few months (April 5-11). This year’s tournament, of course, was postponed until November due to the COVID-19 outbreak.