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2014 Masters Odds, Predictions and Analysis

2014 Masters Favorites

Odds from BetOnline:
Tiger Woods – 8/1
Rory McIlroy – 8/1
Adam Scott – 8/1
Phil Mickelson – 12/1
Jason Day 15/1

Value Pick: Adam Scott 8/1
Adam Scott’s Best World Series Line: 8/1 (from BetOnline)
Why Adam Scott can win the Masters: Adam Scott is defending the green jacket after winning the 2013 Masters.  While Las Vegas might make Tiger Woods the favorite, at 75% health, playing in the hills after going this long without winning a major, it is hard to believe he has the best chance to win.  Rory McIlroy has not been playing his best golf so far in 2014 so it is hard to pick him ahead of Adam Scott who already has three top ten finishes in five events this season.  His putter hurt him on Sunday at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, where he was incontention heading into the back nine before shooting +2 in the closing nine.  He has been the most consistent golfer on this list, Mickelson, Woods and Rory are really only there becuase they’re big draws for Vegas.  Tiger and Jason Day are both fighting injuries and who knows how well they’ll play.  It would be much smarter to take a Justin Rose at 25/1 than a Tiger Woods at 8/1 at this point in Tiger’s career.


2014 Masters Dark Horses

Odds from BetOnline:

Dustin Johnson 18/1
Bubba Watson 18/1
Justin Rose – 25/1
Henrik Stenson – 25/1
Charl Schwartzel – 30/1

Value Pick: Dustin Johnson 18/1
Dustin Johnson best Masters Line: 18/1 (from BetOnline)
Why Dustin Johnson can win the Masters: Simply put, Dustin Johnson has been the best PGA golfer in 2014.  He’s played in six events with five top ten finishes, including a win and back to back second places heading into the Masters.  He has always been known as a long hitter but this year his short game and putter have been working for him too.  He’s second on tour in birdies, putts per hole, driving distance and greens in regulation.  In pure golf ability, at this point in the game where Vegas insists on keeping Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy as the favorites in every major, there’s some real value in a lot of the guys that fall into this category.  It is hard to believe Carl Schwartzel, who has two top tens this year and a green jacket, checks in at 30/1.  It seems this would be a much smarter bet than one of golf’s big names.




2014 Masters Longshots

Odds from BetOnline:
Matt Kuchar – 30/1
Luke Donald – 35/1
Lee Westwood – 35/1
Sergio Garcia – 35/1
Brandt Snedeker – 40/1
Keegan Bradley – 40/1
Jason Dufner – 40/1
Jordan Spieth – 40/1

Value Pick: Jordan Spieth – 40/1
Jordan Spieth’s Best Masters Line: 40/1 (from BetOnline)
Why Jordan Spieth can win the Masters: Jordan Spieth is quietly moving up both the PGA money list and the odds list each week.  He has finished in the top ten at Pebble Beach and at the WGC match play event already this season.  He’s one of the best putters on the tour at just 1.71 putts per hole, an important statistic if you’re going to be successful at Augusta.  He was ranked 800 in the world just two years ago before winning rookie of the year in 2013 and before this season started he set a goal to win a major.  He is being undervalued here as an unknown with just three major appearances under his belt but at just 20 years old he has the game to compete with some of the big names in golf.  Dufner and Bradley have proven they typically struggle at Augusta, Sergio hasn’t won a major in years and Brandt Snedeker has just one top ten finish this season, so at 40/1 Spieth is a solid dark horse who should be in contention on Sunday.



2014 Masters Very Longshots

Odds from BetOnline:

Louis Oosthuizen – 50/1
Hunter Mahan – 50/1
Graeme McDowell – 50/1
Rickie Fowler – 50/1
Webb Simpson – 60/1
Ian Poulter – 60/1
Angel Cabrera – 60/1
Thorbjorn Olesen – 60/1
Bill Haas – 60/1
Jimmy Walker – 60/1
Patrick Reed – 60/1
Nick Watney – 70/1
Jim Furyk – 80/1
Ernie Els – 80/1

Value Pick: Patrick Reed – 60/1
Patrick Reed’s Best Masters Line: 60/1 (from BetOnline)
Why Patrick Reed can win the Masters: Out of this list of golfers in contention to win the 2014 Masters, Patrick Reed might be the easiest guy to root for.  He is relatively unknown, bursting onto the scene this season with a win at the WGC-Cadillac Championship and finishing in the top 20 in all but three events he has played in 2014.  With three PGA wins his last 14 tournaments he has climbed to number 20 in the world, and he puts himself in the top five.  He joins McIlroy, Woods and Mickelson as the only golfers to have three PGA wins before their 24th birthday.  He wears a red shirt on Sunday to mimic Tiger Woods, believes he is a shoe in for the Ryder Cup team and is overflowing with confidence.  If you’re looking for someone to root in over the weekend at 60/1 or better, Patrick Reed is a young up and coming golfer with as good of a chance to win as anyone else on this list and the recent success to back it up.  In today’s PGA there’s no telling who will win on any given weekend which makes it much easier to risk your money on players who are 20/1 or better, versus taking the chalky favorites who haven’t won a major in years.

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