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Masters Odds: DeChambeau Most Popular Bet For 2020 Masters

Bryson DeChambeau has become the most popular pick of late for this year's Masters
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With golf back in action and experiencing a massive boost in popularity, fans have started to take notice of the new-look Bryson DeChambeau. He’s no longer known for being the mad scientist of golf, and has instead gained a following for his massive length off the tee and bulked-up physique.

With his new game and new-found popularity has come a sharp increase in action backing him. In fact, fans are so impressed with his new game that he recently become the most popular pick for this year’s Masters, scheduled to get underway on November 12, 2020.

34% of bets in the Masters champion market have come in on DeChambeau, following last week’s impressive performance at the RBC Heritage.

Usually, golfers atop the World Golf Rankings like Rory McIlroy and John Rahm, or recent champions like Tiger Woods, lead the way in public betting, but this year it’s DeChambeau.

DeChambeau’s best odds are currently with FanDuel and come in at +2900 to win his first green jacket, giving him the 11th longest odds in the field and a 3.3% implied probability of winning.

McIlroy is the favorite at +750, while Rahm and Tiger sit at +1400. Justin Thomas and Brooks Koepka are tied with Woods and Rahm for the second-shortest odds in the field.

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2020 Masters Odds

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Rory McIlroy+750
Brooks Koepka+1400
John Rahm+1400
Justin Thomas+1400
Tiger Woods+1400
Dustin Johnson+1800
Xander Schauffele+2500
Patrick Reed+2700
Adam Scott+2800
Patrick Cantlay+2800
Bryson DeChambeau+2900

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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