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US Masters Golf Betting Tips 2016
Post Cut Bets
Well the last two days have been rather dramatic, and probably most surprising of all is the amount of big names who have fallen before the weekend has even begun.
With Rory Mcilroy and Jordan Spieth now heading the field they are both 2/1 to win.
However there is still some good value out there and some book makers paying out each way bets at 1/4 odds for top 3.
I have had a look at who might be able to get into contention and compete with McIlroy and Spieth.
I am especially going to look at the guys who are currently level par, so only 4 shots back from the lead.
Post Cut Master Bets
Dustin Johnson 3 points each way at 16/1 – The American got himself into contention with a one-under par round of 71 on Friday. Has the game to shoot low here if he can keep his head.
Sergio Garcia 2 points each way at 40/1 – A 75 yesterday rather ruined a 69 on Thursday, but is still well placed. Has experience and the game, but does he have the belief?
Shane Lowry 2 points each way at 50/1 – I think these are very good odds for the Irishman – Augusta is playing more like a US Open course than a Masters course and Lowry impressed in 2015 in the US Open. A very good each way shout from someone who won a WGC event in 2015.
Danny Willett 2 points each wat at 60/1 – The Englishman is number 11 in the world at the moment, yet does not seem to get the respect he deserves. Is currently at the same score as the three gentlemen above, yet has much longer odds. Take advantage!
Pre tournament advice below
Turn your mobile off, lock the door, draw the curtains and get immersed in the US Masters.
It seems to have taken forever to come around but the Masters week is finally here and the Augusta National delights await us all.
Firstly a reminder of last year’s tournament, Jordan Spieth went into it as a hotly fancied golfer, but had no Major at that time. He led after round one and didn’t look back to claim his first Green Jacket.
This year Jordan is one of the three main favourites, alongside Jason Day and Rory McIlroy. You can get these guys at all about 6/1.
This week is a great time to put a bet on as a lot of the bookies have excellent offers. Each way bets usually count towards those who finish top 5 on a regular week. Masters week means that most bookies extend that to Top 7.
This Masters is a highly anticipated event as so many of the World’s best golfers are in excellent form. You can make a case for 7 or some players to win and have another 10 for which you could have a good argument about. Check out our tips below to see who we have gone for.
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As it is Masters week I have decided to splash a little more cash than usual… we all do it this week!
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US Masters Golf Betting Tips 2016 Advised Bets
Rickie Fowler 5 points each way at 14/1 – He has become a bit of a forgotten man over the past few weeks because he hasn’t won. Five top 10s in nine starts this season tells a different story. Was 5th here in 2014 and 12th last year, expect to see some orange on our screens come Sunday.
Louis Oosthuizen 2 points each way at 33/1 – The South African lost in a play-off to Bubba Watson in 2012 and doesn’t have another Top 20 here other than that. But has the perfect game to compete here again. Game is in good order and probably not a surprise that he missed the cut last week following the marathon seven rounds he played to finish runner-up in the Match Play the week before that.
Charl Schwartzel 3 points each way at 33/1 – Former winner of course in 2011, the South African is someone who I am very excited about this season. Has been in superb form and these odds are just too long for him. Won the Valspar Championship a few weeks ago and also has two wins on the European Tour this season.
Zach Johnson 2 points each way at 60/1 – Another former winner who I think may be flying under the radar this week. Had a lot of negative comments that he was playing poorly having changed gear manufacturer at the start of the year. But he has had three top 10s this season now and is coming into some good form, was tied 9th last year at Augusta and of course won the Open Championship last year.
Byeong Hun-An 1 point each way at 125/1 – Played as an amateur in the 2010 Masters so will not be completely overawed this season. Is striking the ball superbly especially with the driver this year. Impressed at the Match Play a few weeks back – a solid each way bet.
Bernd Wiesberger 1 point each way at 150/1 – I feel the Austrian has a very good chance to impress this week. Played last season and finished in a decent tie for 22nd. Has been one of the most consistent performers on the European Tour this year. Has also played a few PGA Tour events and has not finished outside the Top 27. At these odds he is another solid each way bet.