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Hideki Matsuyama 2022 Masters Odds, Betting Preview, and Predictions

Hideki Matsuyama's Master odds, betting preview and prediction for this weekend at Augusta. Last year's Masters Champion, Hideki Matsuyama comes into the 2022 event battling injuries. Should you bet on him? Let's check out Hideki Matsuyama's Master odds.
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Hideki Matsuyama 2022 Masters Odds, Betting Preview, and Predictions

Hideki Matsuyama's Masters odds aren't exactly what you'd expect to see if all you knew was that he won last year's championship. Sure, he's not that far down the odds board, but surely they'd give the defending champ shorter odds to win than +4400.

But, there are a few reasons why Hideki Matsuyama's Masters odds look like they do.

For starters, no one has gone back-to-back at Augusta since Tiger Woods in 2001 and 2002. Secondly, Matsuyama has finished in the top-5 just twice. And third, and most importantly, he's coming into the tournament nursing a neck injury that was serious enough to force him to withdraw from last week's Valero Texas Open.

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Hideki Matsuyama Masters Odds

BetOddsImplied Chance
To Win+44002.2%
Top 5 Finish+75011.8%
Top 10 Finish+37521.1%
To make the Cut-25071.4%

Hideki Matsuyama Masters Odds: Winner +4400 (Bet $100 to win $4,400)

Hideki Matsuyama's Masters odds are not exactly what you expect to see from a defending champion who has found success at Augusta. However, once you realize that he's dealing with an injury and coming off a WD at the Valero Texas Open, the +4400 price starts to make sense. Any bet you make on Matsuyama comes with the potential for another WD this week.

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Hideki Matsuyama Masters Odds: Top 5 Finish +750 (Bet $100 to win $750)

In ten appearances at Augusta, Hideki Matsuyama has finished in the top-5 just twice. The first time came in 2015 when he finished fifth. The second time came last year, when he won the whole tournament. Hideki Matsuyama's Masters odds for a top-5 finish seem a little long for defending champ, but there's reason to believe he faces an uphill battle.

Hideki Matsuyama Masters Odds: Top 10 Finish +375 (Bet $100 to win $375)

The unfortunate news about Hideki Matsuyama's Masters odds, when it comes to a top-10 finish, is that he has just as many top-10 placements as he does top-5. Matsuyama has never finished 6-10 at Augusta, so it stands to reason that if you're going to take him at +375 to finish top-10, you might as well just go +700 for top-5.

Hideki Matsuyama Masters Odds: To Make the Cut -250 (Bet $250 to win $100)

-250 isn't some great price, but it is for a defending champion. If Matsuyama can finish both Round 1 and Round 2 without injuring his neck again, it's a lock he will make the cut. The problem is that re-injuring his neck is a real concern. I'm not entirely sure you can lay a -250 bet on someone that could go out there, take a few swings and walk off the course if his injury comes roaring back.

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Brian is a sports journalist with close to ten years of experience in the business. A lifelong Philadelphia sports fan with a passion for all things sports gambling.


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