The Masters Day 4 Current Odds & Betting: Matsuyama The Favorite, Spieth Heavily Wagered

A look at the current Masters odds heading into the final round at Augusta
Tom Dodd
Sun, April 11, 9:10 AM EDT

The Masters Current Odds: Hideki Matsuyama Odds-On Favorite

Hideki Matsuyama hit the front at the 2021 Masters after a fine third round 65 to set up a 4 shot lead over a host of challengers. The Japanese ball-striking supremo has been one of the best players around in recent years but is yet to win a major and is now just 18 holes away from the green jacket and it would be a very first major for a male Japanese player. History awaits Hideki and the bookmakers make him an odds-on favorite to make it.

The best current Masters odds available on Matsuyama are -115 courtesy of PointsBet. This means you’d need to wager $115 to win $100.

Just behind Matsuyama on the leaderboard are Xander Schauffele, Justin Rose, Marc Leishman and Will Zalatoris who share second place 4 shots back. Of those, Xander Schauffele is favoured as the most likely victor, with his odds sitting at +500.

Current Masters Odds

Golfer Odds
Hideki Matsuyama -115
Xander Schauffele +500
Will Zalatoris +1000
Justin Rose +1100
Marc Leishman +1200
Jordan Spieth +2000
Corey Connors +2500

View the full Masters odds here.

The Masters Betting Data: Jordan Spieth Popular Heading Into Final Round

Despite sitting in 7th place and 6 shots back, Jordan Spieth is the second best backed player heading in to the final round of the Masters. Spieth can be backed at odds of +2000 with PointsBet, but has accounted for the second most amount of bets on the market since the third round finished. With 14.48% of total bets, only Hideki Matsuyama has been better backed as bettors believe that Spieth can pull off a famous comeback. Here’s a look at the OddsChecker betting numbers:

Hideki Matsuyama 18.52%

Jordan Spieth 14.48%

Marc Leishman 10.77%

Xander Schauffle 10.44%

Justin Rose 9.76%

Will Zalatoris 8.42%

View our day 4 picks here as we recommend wagering on a +450 parlay on the Sunday 2 balls.

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