Masters Odds: Bookmakers Cut Brooks Koepka & Jordan Spieth For Golf's First Major

Two of golf’s biggest names have thrown their hat in the ring for Augusta after strong weekend showings on the PGA Tour
Tom Dodd |
Mon, February 8, 10:22 AM EST | 4 min read
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Brooks Koepka and Jordan Spieth Cut for the 2021 US Masters

Last week’s Waste Management Phoenix Open was one of the most exciting events on the PGA Tour in months. We saw a return to form for two of golf’s biggest names and two players that have seven major championships between them.

Brooks Koepka won for the first time since 2019 with a stunning final round 65 in Phoenix to overhaul the overnight leaders with ease. Koepka, who struggled with injuries throughout last season bounced right back to his best yesterday after three straight missed cuts to start the year. A superb eagle-two on the 17th hole clinched the deal for the American as he watched his nearest competitors struggle over the closing holes.

The other name on everyone’s lips is Jordan Spieth who shot an incredible third round 61 in Phoenix. He went into the final round tied for the lead, but couldn’t maintain his progress on Sunday, slipping to a T4 finish. Spieth hasn’t won since The Open Championship in 2017, but this was the first sign in a long time that his game is slowly coming back. Spieth has an incredible record at Augusta and its unsurprising his odds have been cut dramatically for the Masters in April.

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Latest Masters Odds

After strong weekends, Brooks Koepka and Jordan Spieth have been popular with bettors for the Masters and both of their odds have been slashed. You can now back Brooks Koepka at best odds of +1400 for Augusta, whereas he was +1800 before the Phoenix Open. Jordan Spieth on the other hand has been cut even further, with odds of +3300 the best out there. Prior to last week’s event you could have backed him at +6600, meaning his odds have halved.

Find the latest Masters odds here.

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