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30/1 shot the best backed Englishman to win the Masters

30/1 shot the best backed Englishman to win the Masters

Majorless golfer backed to become the third Englishman to get a green jacket.

Southport’s Tommy Fleetwood is the best backed Englishman to win the 2019 Masters, with the 30/1 shot racking up a sizeable following ahead of this week’s tournament. 

Fleetwood has gone close on US soil previously, finishing T-2 in the US Open last year. His best performance at the Masters was also in 2018, finishing T-17 after having missed the cut on debut.

With his antics at the Ryder Cup still fresh in the memory (especially the ‘Molliwood’ pairing with Francesco Molinari), Fleetwood would prove to be a popular winner.

In all, 5% of bets over the last seven days have gone on Fleetwood to win, ahead of the likes of Tiger Woods, Justin Rose and Paul Casey. 

At 12/1, Dustin Johnson is the most-backed selection with 10.2% of bets. Rory McIlroy is close behind with 8.5% of bets and is the current market favourite at 8/1. 

On the flipside, 2016 champion Danny Willett (250/1) is friendless in the market, with less than 0.1% of bets on the 31-year-old. 

Oddschecker spokesman George Elek: “Fleetwood had a fine 2018, with European Tour success, a second in the US Open and ‘that’ Ryder Cup. He’s as primed as anyone to compete at Augusta, but this course hasn’t been kind for Englishman, with just Nick Faldo and Danny Willett getting green jackets in the past.”