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Former Masters champion totally friendless in the market

Former Masters champion totally friendless in the market

One golfer is being completely swerved by punters despite having already slipped on a Green Jacket this decade.

100/1 shot Danny Willett is the least-backed Englishman in the whole Masters market, with the 2016 winner receiving less than 0.1% of bets over the last seven days. 

The 31-year-old is available at a best price of 250/1, but very few punters are getting on the Yorkshire pro, who has had a huge downturn in form since his remarkable triumph three years ago. 

He missed the cut nine times in his first 12 tournaments in 2018, but did recover to win his first European tour title since the Masters victory; a triumph at the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai. 

Only 19 golfers in the field have received less bets than Willett and they include the likes of Ian Woosnam (10,000/1) and Fred Couples (550/1), who are semi-retired and golfers on the legends circuit. 

At the other end of the market, Dustin Johnson is the man most backed to win his first ever Masters. The American is 12/1 second-favourite, behind Rory McIlroy (8/1 best price).

Oddschecker spokesman George Elek: “Willett's win at Augusta seemed to derail his career somewhat as he struggled to kick-on. Despite showing some form in 2019, punters just cannot see him slipping on another Green Jacket this time around.”