Bryson Dechambeau's Masters Odds Cut Following US Open Win

Dechambeau's odds drastically cut following memorable final day at Winged Foot
Sam Eaton
Sun, September 20, 7:10 PM EDT

Flurry of bets for the Masters following Bryson Dechambeau's US Open win

Not many people fancied Bryson DeChambeau heading into the US Open due to the importance of hitting fairways at Winged Foot, however, the beefy American fired a final-round 67 to win his first major title by six shots. 

Bryson DeChambeau was +2900 heading into the US Open, and only 2.9% of all wagers on the Major were placed on the eventual winner despite our own golf handicapper being very bullish on his chances.

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Online bookmakers have been quick to react to Bryson DeChambeau winning the US Open, since finishing his round, Bryson's Masters odds have been slashed by a number of operators. DeChambeau is now joint-favourite with BetMGM to win the Masters, alongside Rory McIlroy. 

Unfortunately for online bettors, the juicy odds they got for the US Open won't be available at the Masters, +1200 are the best odds on the market for Dechambeau to win the Masters. 

Unsurprisingly, it's not just the online sportsbooks who fancy Bryson DeChambeau to win back-to-back majors. Online bettors have also been keen to back the American at Augusta. In the last couple of hours, DeChambeau has accounted for 27% of all bets for the Masters, despite his odds being drastically shorter than this week. 

Matthew Wolff put in another impressive major display finishing second behind Bryson. Wolff has accounted for 10% of all Masters bets in the last couple of hours, and his odds for Augusta glory currently sit at +4200. 

US Masters Odds 

Rory McIlroy  +1100

Bryson DeChambeau +1200

Jon Rahm +1200

Brooks Koepka +1400

Justin Thomas +1400 

Dustin Johnson +1600

Xander Schaufelle +2000

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