3 players to bet to win the Masters before their odds move

It’s finally Masters week!

If you are one of the early bird bettors like me, it might be best to lock in your bets as soon as possible. Whether it’s Sunday evening or Monday morning, before the wave of public bettors place their bets, which will cause the odds to change drastically.

If you want my top three picks to win, check out my full betting overview.

Here I am going to list three golfers that if you have an interest in betting on them, do it now before it’s too late.

All odds listed below are via WynnBET Sportsbook.

It’s still unconfirmed whether or not Tiger Woods will participate this week, as he called it a “playing time decision” on Sunday morning, but I’m starting to think he’ll give it a try.

Based on photos from his time at Augusta National this morning, he’s all smiles and looks ready to go. Reports say he scratches the ball on the shooting range which is a promising sign.

If you are looking to bet on Woods, do it now!! WynnBET still has its odds set at 80/1 to win it all, which is a huge difference from other books. Some sportsbooks have it listed at +3300, which is less than half the chance you’ll get it on WynnBET.

If you want to bet on Woods, do it on WynnBET while his odds are still valuable. Don’t expect that. Sign up for WynnBET and bet on it here.

Collin Morikawa is tied for second on the ratings list with Cameron Smith and Scottie Scheffler, but I expect his ratings to decline as the week progresses. The betting public knows Morikawa as a young phenomenon who has already won two major tournaments in his career. Winning a third, especially on a course that seems to match his style, seems like a no-brainer, doesn’t it?

I wouldn’t be surprised if he gets close to +1100 or +1200 by the time the tournament starts, so if you want to bet on him I’d place that bet ASAP.

Just like Tiger Woods, if you want to place a bet on Matsuyama, WynnBET offers the best one mile odds. Most books have the defending champ at around +3300 heading into Masters week.

His only question mark this week is his health. He had to withdraw from the Valero Texas Open last week due to a neck injury, which shattered his chances of defending his Masters Championship. If reports come out that he’s healthy and ready to go, expect his chances to be cut in half. Bet on him now, and if he retires before the start, the bet will be void without penalty.

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