Masters Betting & Latest Odds: Tommy Fleetwood The Most Wagered Player In The Field
Masters Odds & Betting: Tommy Fleetwood The Most Wagered Player In Past 48 Hours
We’re just under two weeks away from the biggest golf tournament of the year; The Masters at Augusta National. Last year’s event was rescheduled for November, which World Number One, Dustin Johnson won, but we’re back to normal with an April Augusta this time around.
Most of the early season on the PGA Tour is played with one eye on The Masters and a number of the big names have already thrown their hat in the ring with impressive performances. Bryson DeChambeau (last year’s Masters betting odds favorite) won at Bay Hill, Justin Thomas won The Players Championship and just this past weekend Billy Horschel won the WGC Matchplay.
One player that caught the eye of a lot of bettors over the past few days was Tommy Fleetwood. Fleetwood is a perennial contender at the big tournaments and has by his own high standards had a very quiet start to the 2021 season. However, that looks set to change after some impressive play at the WGC Matchplay which saw him reach the Quarter Finals and only be defeated by the eventual winner; Billy Horschel.
Tommy Fleetwood’s Masters Odds
After his slow start to the year, Fleetwood’s Masters odds drifted out to +6600, but the quantity of wagers over the past couple of days have seen his odds cut down to a best price of +5000 (though is as low as +4000 with some books).
As mentioned, there has been support in the betting markets for the Englishman and he’s taken up the highest percentage of total bets in the past 48 hours. 7.51% of total wagers have been on Fleetwood since Saturday and interestingly, 4 of the top 5 best backed players in that timeframe are all Europeans.
Masters Odds & Betting: Best Backed Players In Last 48 Hours
1. Tommy Fleetwood: 7.51%
2. Victor Perez: 5.75%
3. Lee Westwood: 5.35%
4. Scottie Scheffler: 4.55%
5. Sergio Garcia: 4:15%
2021 Masters Betting Odds
Though the Europeans have been popular in the Masters odds market over the past couple of days, it’s still the Americans that dominate the front end of the betting. Dustin Johnson has been favorite to win back-to-back Masters titles since his victory in November, though his odds have drifted in recent weeks. Bryson Dechambeau was put in at odds of +1400 last year, but has seen his odds tumble in recent weeks with belief that his power can overcome Augusta National.