The Masters 2020 is one of the most illustrious competitions in golf. Who is the favourite? Who are Britain’s primary hopes? Where can it be watched? Oddschecker reveal all...
Perhaps the most illustrious competition in golf, The Masters gets underway this Thursday, in an unusual autumnal setting.
But who is the favourite to win the major? What are the tee times? How can I watch it? Who have punters been backing?
Oddschecker has taken a look at The Masters betting.
Masters 2020 Favourite
Keen viewers of the PGA Tour this year will be more than familiar with big-hitting, scientifically-meddling Bryson DeChambeau, the 8/1 market leader.
The US Open winner is the clear favourite to add a second major to his collection, narrowly beating out in-form Dustin Johnson (9/1).
Spaniard Jon Rahm (10/1), Justin Thomas (12/1), Rory McIlroy and Xander Schauffele (14/1) come next, with Brooks Koepka and his new driver around the 18/1 mark.
- Bryson Dechambeau - 8/1
- Dustin Johnson - 9/1
- Jon Rahm - 10/1
- Justin Thomas - 12/1
- Rory Mcllroy - 14/1
- Xander Schauffele - 14/1
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Who is the most-backed?
When looking at who punters have been fancying over the last seven days, it’s Bryson DeChambeau that leads the pack with 7.8% of all bets.
Major winning machine Brooks Koepka is next with 4.72%, then comes Dustin Johnson (4.5%) and Tony Finau (4.43%).
Any British hopes?
Plenty – and not just McIlroy. Englishman Tyrell Hatton is in mercurial form both on the PGA Tour and the European equivalent and is 28/1 in the betting.
Tommy Fleetwood is 50/1, whilst Sheffield’s Matthew Fitzpatrick is 66/1. Paul Casey (70/1) and Lee Westwood (110/1) are longer prices.
Masters 2020 Tee Times
12:00pm Lucas Glover, Corey Conners, C.T. Pan
12:11pm Brandt Snedeker, Charles Howell III, Jazz Janewattananond
12:22pm Larry Mize, Andrew Landry, Lukas Michel (a)
12:33pm Matt Kuchar, Lee Westwood, Kevin Na
12:44pm Xander Schauffele, Jason Kokrak, Henrik Stenson
12:55pm Charl Schwartzel, Jason Day, Abel Gallegos (a)
13:06pm Vijay Singh, Lanto Griffin, Tyler Duncan
13:17pm Mike Weir, Rafael Cabrera Bello, Matt Wallace
16:05pm Sung Kang, Erik Van Rooyen
16:16pm Danny Willett, Rickie Fowler, John Augenstein (a)
16:27pm Phil Mickelson, Abraham Ancer, Bernd Wiesberger
16:38pm Adam Scott, Collin Morikawa, Tyrrell Hatton
16:49pm Justin Thomas, Matthew Fitzpatrick, Brooks Koepka
17:00pm Dustin Johnson, Patrick Cantlay, Rory McIlroy
17:11pm Zach Johnson, Justin Rose, Cameron Champ
17:22pm Victor Perez, Sungjae Im, Brendon Todd
12:00pm Sandy Lyle, Jimmy Walker, Yuxin Lin (a)
12:11pm Webb Simpson, Marc Leishman, Hideki Matsuyama
12:22pm Kevin Kisner, Adam Hadwin, Scottie Scheffler
12:33pm Jon Rahm, Bryson DeChambeau, Louis Oosthuizen
12:44pm Patrick Reed, Paul Casey, Tony Finau
12:55pm Tiger Woods, Shane Lowry, Andy Ogletree
13:06pm Jordan Spieth, Gary Woodland, Ian Poulter
13:17pm Graeme McDowell, Si Woo Kim, Nate Lashley
16:05pm Justin Harding, Shugo Imahira, Nick Taylor
16:16pm Chez Reavie, Sebastian Munoz, Byeong Hun An
16:27pm Bubba Watson, Matthew Wolff, Tommy Fleetwood
16:38pm Francesco Molinari, Billy Horschel, Cameron Smith
16:49pm Bernhard Langer, J.T. Poston, Christiaan Bezuidenhout
17:00pm Fred Couples, Max Homa, Dylan Frittelli
17:11pm Jose Maria Olazabal, Andrew Putnam, James Sugrue (a)
What TV Channel is it on?
The Masters broadcast can be found on Sky Sports Golf over the four days of the tournament.
Coverage starts at 6pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Viewers can tune in from 3pm on Sunday.
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