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Masters Odds: Scottie Scheffler Becomes Most Popular Masters Bet

After a victory at WGC Match Play, Scottie Scheffler became the new number one. He is also the most popular Masters bet after this weekend. Let's take a look at the Masters odds.
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College basketball isn't the only one with some March Madness. The golf world does the WGC Match Play Tournament, in bracket-style, for their own version of some March Tournament fun and after this tournament, we have a big shakeup.

There is a new number one in town, as Scottie Scheffler's win has moved him past Jon Rahm in the ranking. Rahm was at the top of the rankings for 36 straight weeks but for the first time in his career, that spot is now held by Scottie Scheffler.

In addition to the new ranking, Scottie Scheffler also received some love for the upcoming Masters. He is the most popular bet for the 2022 Masters after this weekend. Let's look at the Masters odds for this year.

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Masters Odds

Jon Rahm+1100
Justin Thomas+1400
Cameron Smith+1600
Scottie Scheffler+1600
Dustin Johnson+1600
Rory McIlroy+1800
Collin Morikawa+1800

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After his win over the weekend, 27.89% percent of bets came in on Scottie Scheffler to win the Masters. This will be his third Masters that he is competing in finishing tied for 18th last year and in 2020 tied for 19th. It's been a big year so far for Scottie Scheffler.

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He has won three times on the PGA Tour, with the Waste Management Phoenix Open, the Arnold Palmer Invitational, and the WGC Match Play. The Texas native won big in Austin, Texas moving him all the way up to number one in the sport after starting the year at number 13 in the Official World Golf Ranking.

Still, according to the latest Masters odds, Scottie Scheffler is tied for the third-best odds at +1600. Cameron Smith, Collin Morikawa, Dustin Johnson, and Rory McIlroy are also +1600 to win at Augusta this year.

Last year's winner, Hideki Matsuyama, is +3300 to repeat as champion. You would have to go back to 2001 and 2002 with Tiger Woods for the last time there was a repeat champion at Augusta. Right now, all the love is on the flavor of the week Scottie Scheffler and with how he's played this year, it's hard to blame them.

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