Now that the action down in Augusta, Georgia is over following the conclusion of the Valero Texas Open, the 2022-23 PGA TOUR season now marches on to the next on – the big one, which is no other than the 2023 Masters Tournament. With that said, let’s now take a look at some of the favorites, sleepers, and long shots to win this week at the 2023 Masters Tournament.
Betting Preview for the 2023 Masters Tournament PGA Golf Tournament Running from April 6 to 9, 2023
Where: Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta, GA
When: April 6 to 9, 2023
Lines: View all 2023 Masters Tournament lines
TV Broadcast: GOLFTV
Rory McIlroy (+800)
The Northern Irishman is 5/6 this season with a win and three top 10s. In his last start, he finished third at the 2023 World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play. McIlroy is 12/13 with seven top 10s in 13 starts at Augusta National Golf Club, including a runner-up in 2022.
Scottie Scheffler (+800)
One of the hottest golfers today, Scheffler has made the cut in all of his 10 starts this season. That includes his fourth place at the 2023 World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play and a win prior to that at THE PLAYERS Championship 2023. Of course, it has to be mentioned that Scheffler is the defending champion at the Masters Tournament, as he took home the Green Jacket in 2022.
Patrick Reed (+8000)
Here’s what we said about Reed in our 2023 Masters Tournament sleepers piece.
The 32-year-old Reed is one of the LIV Golf pros who will be teeing at Augusta National Golf Club this week amid the controversy that still surrounds the PGA TOUR-LIVGolf rivalry. Reed is a former winner of the Green Jacket, having won the 2018 edition of the Masters Tournament. He is 6/8 at Augusta National Golf Club with two top 10s and three top 25s. He was 35th in last year’s staging of the Masters Tournament.
Adam Scott (+11000)
Here’s what we said about Scott in our 2023 Masters Tournament sleepers piece.
Scott hasn’t cracked the top 10, top 15, or top 20 in any events so far in the 2022-23 PGA TOUR season, but he’s made the cut in all his six starts to date. And then of course, the biggest reason that he’s still going to generate interest heading into the Masters Tournament is the fact that he’s also won the Green Jacket before, as he won it in 2013. He is still the only player from Australia to win the Masters.
Kevin Kisner (+11000)
Kisner is 5/9 this season. His best finish at the Masters Tournament was a T21 in 2019.
Sepp Straka (+15000)
Straka is 9/13 this season. His best finish at the Masters Tournament was a T30 in 2022.
Rory McIlroy wins the 2023 Masters Tournament.
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