The Masters PGA Tournament is just under two months away from teeing-off but the odds to win it are already out. It’s a crowded field at the top with Bryson DeChambeau jumping up after his U.S. Open victory at Winged Foot last weekend. DeChambeau is currently the ninth-ranked player on the PGA Tour and he’s one of the rising stars in the sport.
DeChambeau struggled to maintain consistency in rounds two and three over the weekend but he was at his best in the final round at Winged Foot. After shooting his only bogey of the round, he followed it up with an eagle on the ninth hole. Make no mistake, DeChambeau is going to be challenging for Majors for a long time.
The U.S. Open champion is joined at the top of the field by current world No. 1 Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy, and Jon Rahm.
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Dustin Johnson finished in a tie for sixth place over the weekend, but he’s still one of the hottest golfers on the PGA Tour. He was recently named golfer of the year for the 2020 season and had three wins during the coronavirus-shortened season. In the lead-up to the U.S. Open, Johnson had two wins and two second-place finishes under his belt. Johnson is almost always a safe bet when the lights are brightest.
Due to the outbreak of coronavirus, The 2020 Masters Tournament is going to take place from Nov. 12-15 without fans. This is going to make for a much different feel in this year’s event. It’s going to be a little colder when Tiger Woods places the green jacket on this year’s eventual champion. That is, unless Tiger shocks the world and wins it himself. The 2019 champion is currently listed at +2000 to win.
All odds via DraftKings Sportsbook.
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