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2021 Masters Odds: Sportsbooks Cut Jordan Spieth's Masters Odds

The former Masters champion's recent hot play has oddsmakers slashing his odds
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2021 Masters Odds: Sportsbooks Cut Jordan Spieth's Masters Odds

You’d be hard pressed to find a single bettor willing to back Jordan Spieth at the Masters following his play at last year’s tournament. In the five tournaments prior to the 2020 Masters, Spieth missed the cut three times with a best finish of T38. Then, he proceeded to finish T46 at Augusta.

However, since then Spieth has returned to the great form we saw from him when he was the world’s No. 1 ranked player, racking up four top-10 finishes in six events. He also leads the Valero Texas Open as of the writing of this.

So, the sportsbooks have responded by massively cutting his odds. Jordan Spieth is now the third favorite to win this week’s Masters at Augusta National in Augusta, Georgia.

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Jordan Spieth’s 2021 Masters Odds

When the 2021 Masters market opened, Spieth’s best odds sat at a massive +6600. The former Masters winner’s implied probability of winning his second green jacket? 1.5%.

Now, just a few months later, Jordan Spieth is tied with Justin Thomas for the third shortest odds in the field at +1200, bringing his implied probability up to 7.7%.

The only two golfers with shorter odds than Spieth are last year’s winner, Dustin Johnson (+900) and Bryson DeChambeau (+1100).

GolferOddsImplied Probability
Dustin Johnson+90010%
Bryson DeChambeau+11008.3%
Jordan Spieth+12007.7%
Justin Thomas+12007.7%
Jon Rahm+13007.1%
Rory McIlroy+19005%
Patrick Cantlay+22004.3%
Xander Schauffele+25003.8%
Brooks Koepka+28003.4%
Collin Morikawa+30003.2%

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2021 Masters Betting

Oddsmakers aren’t the only people that have taken notice of Spieth’s incredible play of late. The Betting public has also caught on, especially this weekend with him in contention at the Valero Texas Open.

Since the start of Thursday’s opening round of the Texas Open, Jordan Spieth is far and away the most backed golfer for the 2021 Masters, bringing in 9.95% of all bets to win the event. The second most backed golfer in the time, Justin Thomas, has been backed by 5.81% of bettors.

Spieth’s momentum to win the 2021 Masters is clearly picking up right before the event gets underway as he’s received almost double the amount of bets as Thomas and the favorite, Dustin Johnson, who has received 5.34% of bets to win the Masters.

GolferPublic Betting Since Thursday
Jordan Spieth9.95%
Justin Thomas5.81%
Dustin Johnson5.34%
Lee Westwood4.51%
Sung-Jae Im3.78%

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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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