The Masters 2020 betting odds and tips: Who is going to win at Augusta?

Bryson DeChambeau is the likeliest with bookmakers after his US Open victory earlier this year

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The Masters returns to Augusta with a multitude of uncertainties, with the November weather, conditions and lack of spectators promising a unique experience for the world’s best players. 

However, the favourites to clinch the Green Jacket remain some of the sport’s most recognisable. Unsurprisingly, it is Bryson DeChambeau (7/1), whose big-hitting revolution led to an impressive victory at the US Open, who is the clear leader with bookmakers.

Yet, a full-strength field boasts several contenders, with Jon Rahm (9/1) and Justin Thomas (11/1) both in fine form heading to Georgia. Xander Schauffele (14/1), who finished in tied-second last year, will also have high hopes of clinching his maiden major victory. 

Rory McIlroy (11/1) arrives somewhat under the radar but still highly touted as he attempts to complete his career Grand Slam, while Bubba Watson (22/1) has shown glimpses of recapturing the spectacular form which has already seen him win twice at Augusta. 

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Bryson DeChambeau is a firm favourite at Augusta

Who will win The Masters this year? Here are our top picks heading into the tournament: 

Favourites

Bryson DeChambeau: The obvious favourite heading into the tournament, whose length can remove so much difficulty, while his putting is formidable and often under-celebrated.

Xander Schauffele: A runner-up last year, who has finished in the top-five in half of his appearances at the majors. One of the game’s brightest talents, for whom a first major feels a case of when rather than if. 

Brooks Koepka (12/1): His odds have shortened dramatically over the weekend, after a brilliant finish at the Houston Open. He has struggled with injury, but his reputation for rising to the occasion at majors is indisputable, and it would be foolish to rule him out.

Tyrrell Hatton (22/1): Englishman has been in tremendous form recently, winning the BMW PGA, and certainly has the mentality for the majors. He will have to overcome an unspectacular record at Augusta, though, in his three appearances thus far.

Outsiders

Patrick Reed (22/1): Impressed at the recent Zozo Championship and crucially has the experience of having already won at Augusta. Has struggled with his swing at times, but is one of the most deadly players from inside 100 yards.

Bubba Watson: The enigmatic American treats Augusta as a second home, having won the Green Jacket twice already, and is slowly recapturing the form which made him such a unique threat almost a decade ago. He comes into the tournament off the back of two top-10 finishes.

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Scottie Scheffler (40/1): A prodigious amateur, Scheffler has made a fantastic breakthrough on the PGA Tour and has all the distinguishing qualities of the modern player. A tied-fourth finish at the PGA Championship proved his credentials.

Louis Oosthuizen (50/1): A second placed finish at Winged Foot surprised many, with the South African enjoying something of a purple patch. Has finished inside the top 30 at Augusta in five of the last six years, as well as a second place finish in 2012.

Odds in full for top-40 contenders

Bryson DeChambeau - 7/2

Dustin Johnson - 17/2

Jon Rahm - 9/1

Rory McIlroy - 11/1

Justin Thomas - 11/1

Xander Schauffele - 14/1

Brooks Koepka - 16/1

Patrick Cantlay - 20/1

Bubba Watson - 22/1

Hideki Matsuyama - 22/1

Tyrrell Hatton - 22/1

Tony Finau - 25/1

Patrick Reed - 28/1

Collin Morikawa - 30/1

Matthew Wolff -30/1

Webb Simpson -33/1

Jason Day - 35/1

Tiger Woods - 40/1

Adam Scott - 40/1

Tommy Fleetwood - 40/1

Cameron Smith - 50/1

Jordan Spieth - 50/1

Louis Oosthuizen - 50/1

Scottie Scheffler - 50/1

Shane Lowry - 50/1

Cameron Champ - 55/1

Jason Kokrak -55/1

Justin Rose - 55/1

Matthew Fitzpatrick - 55/1

Paul Casey - 55/1

Rickie Fowler - 55/1

Cameron Champ - 55/1

Phil Mickelson - 70/1

Abraham Ancer - 80/1

Sungjae Im - 80/1

Lee Westwood - 80/1

Francesco Molinari - 90/1

Billy Horschel - 100/1

Ian Poulter - 100/1

Kevin Kisner - 100/1

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Round one tee times (GMT)

1st tee

12.00pm: Glover, Conners, Pan

12.11pm: Snedeker, Howell, Janewattananond

12.22pm: Mize, Landry, Michel

12.33pm: Kuchar, Westwood, Na

12.44pm: Schauffele, Kokrak, Stenson

12.55pm: Schwartzel, Day, Gallegos

1.06pm: Singh, Griffin, Duncan

1.17pm: Weir, Cabrera Bello, Wallace

4.05pm: Kang, Van Rooyen

4.16pm: Willett, Fowler, Augenstein

4.27pm: Mickelson, Ancer, Wiesberger

4.38pm: Scott, Morikawa, Hatton

4.49pm: Thomas, Fitzpatrick, Koepka

5.00pm: D Johnson, Cantlay, McIlroy

5.11pm: Z Johnson, Rose, Champ

5.22pm: Perez, Im, Todd

10th tee

12.00pm: Lyle, Walker, Lin

12.11pm: Simpson, Leishman, Matsuyama

12.22pm: Kisner, Hadwin, Scheffler

12.33pm: Rahm, DeChambeau, Oosthuizen

12.44pm: Reed, Casey, Finau

12.55pm: Woods, Lowry, Ogletree

1.06pm: Spieth, Woodland, Poulter

1.17pm: McDowell, Kim, Lashley

4.05pm: Harding, Imahira, Taylor

4.16pm: Reavie, Munoz, An

4.27pm: Watson, Wolff, Fleetwood

4.38pm: Molinari, Horschel, Smith

4.49pm: Langer, Poston, Bezuidenhout

5.00pm: Couples, Homa, Fritelli

5.11pm: Olazabal, Putnam, Sugrue

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