Masters 2021: Odds, Most Backed, Tee Times, TV Channel, Previous Winners, Free Bets

Masters 2021: Odds, Most Backed, Tee Times, TV Channel, Previous Winners, Free Bets

We are back to Augusta for the third instalment of major action in the 2020-21 six-major season. oddschecker bring you all the key information ahead of this week’s action.

Less than five months have passed since Dustin Johnson graced Augusta’s hallowed turf to secure a comfortable five stroke victory over the field. 

This time around there will be a greater sense of normality with spring conditions and perhaps a slightly bigger crowd.

With the first major of 2021 now just days away, oddschecker have collated all you need to know including odds, TV channel and tee times.

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Masters 2021 Favourite 

After winning in emphatic style back in November, Dustin Johnson enters the week as favourite. He’s a best price of 9/1 to earn himself back-to-back green jackets.  

At 11/1 is second-favourite Bryson Dechambeau, who is vying for his second major success and first around Augusta. Behind him is Justin Thomas, Jon Rahm and Jordan Spieth who all sit at odds of 12/1

Who is the most backed? 

In the last seven days, Jordan Spieth is by far the most backed player among oddschecker punters.

Having won impressively at the Valero Texas Open, Spieth heads to Augusta brimming with confidence and with his eyes on a second green jacket. 

 

British hopefuls 

According to the odds, Rory McIlroy represents Britain’s biggest chance at a price of 18/1. However, with the Northern Irishman struggling for form, it might be Lee Westwood who is closest to the top of the leaderboard come the weekend.

The Englishman has been in fine form, achieving back to back second place finishes at the Arnold Palmer Invitational and Player’s Championship earlier on in the season. At 40/1, he looks to have a chance to finally get over the line and add a major to his 27 PGA and European Tour wins. 

Westwood is the most backed Brit over the last week through oddschecker, closely followed by Tommy Fleetwood, another English hopeful, currently priced at 55/1

Masters 2021 Tee Times 

7:45 AM Lee Elder Gary Player Jack Nicklaus
8:00 AM Michael Thompson Hudson Swafford  
8:12 AM Sandy Lyle Matt Jones Dylan Frittelli
8:24 AM Ian Woosnam Jim Herman Stewart Cink
8:36 AM Sebastian Munoz Henrik Stenson Robert Streb
8:48 AM Bernhard Langer Will Zalatoris Joe Long
9:00 AM Brian Harman Ian Poulter Brendon Todd
9:12 AM Charl Schwartzel Si Woo Kim Corey Conners
9:24 AM Danny Willett Joaquin Niemann Kevin Kisner
9:36 AM Jason Day Matthew Wolff Cameron Champ
9:48 AM Hideki Matsuyama Harris English Abraham Ancer
10:06 AM Bubba Watson Brooks Koepka Viktor Hovland
10:18 AM Sergio Garcia Webb Simpson Christiaan Bezuidenhout
10:30 AM Dustin Johnson Lee Westwood Tyler Strafaci
10:42 AM Xander Schauffele Jon Rahm Rory Mcllroy
10:54 AM Patrick Reed Daniel Berger Paul Casey
11:06 AM Vijay Singh Martin Laird  
11:18 AM Larry Mize Jimmy Walker Brian Gay
11:30 AM Carlos Ortiz Mackenzie Hughes Bernd Wiesberger
11:42 AM Mike Weir C. T. Pan Robert MacIntyre
11:54 AM Jose Maria Olazabal Matt Wallace Lanto Griffin
12:12 PM Victor Perez Jason Kokrak Marc Leishman
12:24 PM Fred Couples Francesco Molinari Charles Osborne
12:36 PM Zach Johnson Kevin Na Gary Woodland
12:48 PM Shane Lowry Justin Rose Matt Kuchar
1:00 PM Billy Horschel Tyrrell Hatton  Ryan Palmer
1:12 PM Phil Mickelson Tommy Fleetwood  Scottie Scheffler
1:24 PM Patrick Cantlay Sungjae Im Matt Fitzpatrick 
1:36 PM Adam Scott Bryson DeChambeau Max Homa
1:48 PM Tony Finau Louis Oosthuizen  Justin Thomas
2:00 PM Jordan Spieth Cameron Smith Collin Morikawa

What TV Channel is the Masters on?

The 2021 Masters will be broadcasted exclusively on Sky Sports in the UK. Opening day featured groups coverage will begin from 2pm on Thursday the 8th of April and full coverage will start at 8pm. 

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Masters Previous Winners 

2020 Dustin Johnson
2019 Tiger Woods
2018 Patrick Reed
2017 Sergio Garcia
2016 Danny Willett
2015 Jordan Spieth
2014 Bubba Watson
2013 Adam Scott
2012 Bubba Watson
2011 Charl Schwartzel

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