2021 Masters Picks & Predictions: 290/1 First Round Three-Ball Parlay

Our golf handicapper Sam Eaton has picked a 290/1 First Round Three-Ball Parlay to get your first day of the Masters off to a great start
Sam Eaton
Wed, April 7, 10:37 AM EDT

2021 Masters Picks & Predictions: Huge First Round Three-Ball Masters Parlay

The 2021 Masters is less than an hour away so we’ve cast our eye over the opening day three-balls to pull out a massive Masters parlay. Our Masters predictions below includes our reasoning for these selections, and more Masters picks & previews can be found in our golf picks betting folder here.

The below Masters parlay has odds of 290/1 with FanDuel Sportsbook. Click here to bet with FanDuel Sportsbook.

The odds next to each selections name are the best odds to win that three-ball with FanDuel Sportsbook.

Will Zalatoris -135

This should be a fairly easy three-ball for Will Zalatoris to win, even with it being his first Masters tournament. The young American ranks 4th in this field in the last three months in terms of shots gained approach, which is an integral skill needed at the Masters.

Zalatoris has dropped shots with the putter in his last three events, but can get hot with the flatstick like he showed at the Genesis and Farmers.

Zalatoris wouldn’t be my Masters pick to win the tournament, but a worthy bet in this three ball.

Three ball: Langer, Zalatoris, Long

Sebastian Munoz -115

This bet is more betting against Stenson and Streb than Munoz. Stenson has been awful in 2021, and has missed the cut in his previous four events. Henrik Stenson is dropping shots off the tee, with the putter and in approach on a regular basis, all skills needed here.

Like Zalatoris, I wouldn’t include Sebastian Munoz in my Masters picks article to win the event, however, he’s good enough to win this three-ball. His numbers don’t jump out, but his putter and approach play was on-sire at the Texas Open. He just had to repeat that to win this Masters three-ball.

Three ball: Munoz, Stenson, Streb

Jason Day +135

If you are backing Matthew Wolff or Cameron Champ to win the 2021 Masters, than you’re a braver man than me. Six months ago, both of these players would have been an outside pick for me with their length of the tee. However, both have lost the plot.

Cameron Champ has lost on average 2.6 shots an event with the putter in his last ten tournaments, and Matthew Wolff has lost on average 4.3 shots T2G in his last five events.

Jason Day has course form and is playing much better golf than these two, he needs to control the putter to be in with a chance of winning the 2021 Masters.

Three ball: Day, Wolff, Champ

Jason Kokrak +160

Jason Kokrak’s game is trending in the right direction, and he is a long-shot I’m looking at backing in the 2021 Masters betting market.

Kokrak is long off the tee, and is a solid putter, two assets needed to be a success at the Masters. Unlike other players who have these assets, his approach game and around the green skills don’t let him down.

Three ball: Kokrak, Perez, Leishman

Paul Casey +185

Paul Casey is one of my picks to win the 2021 Masters, and I’ve also opted to wager him in the first round-leader market.

You can find more information on why I’m so keen on Paul Casey here.

Three ball: Reed, Berger, Casey

Matt Jones +110

No disrespect to Sandy Lyle but this Masters three-ball is a straight shoot-out between Frittelli and Jones. Matt Jones has been playing pretty solid golf over the last three months, and when you filter out just first rounds, the numbers only get better.

Jones ranks 6th in terms of shots gained putting in the last three months, and in the top 30 for shots gained approach and around the green.

Dylan Frittelli obviously performed very well in the opening round last Masters, but I’m happy to side with Matt Jones in this Masters three-ball.

Three ball: Lyle, Jones, Frittelli

Scottie Scheffler +135

The final pick is arguable the most risky, and there are a few handicappers making Tommy Fleetwood their main pick in their 2021 Masters previews. However, Scottie Scheffler is going under the radar heading into the Masters. I wouldn’t go crazy on him winning the 2021 Masters, but will be a useful bet in a few of the prop markets available.

Scheffler’s putter let him down in Texas, but he can get it going which he showed in the WGC and WMPO earlier in the year.

Three ball: Mickelson, Fleetwood, Scheffler

Masters Picks & Predictions: Banker Three-Ball Masters Parlay

As well as the long-shot three ball parlay prediction above, we’ve also settled on the following Masters three-ball parlay at lower odds. As always making Masters picks and predictions is hard, but we are confident the following three-ball parlay will produce the goods.

Will Zalatoris -150

Three ball: Langer, Zalatoris, Long

Sebastian Munoz -105

Three ball: Munoz, Stenson, Streb

Scottie Scheffler +150

Three ball: Mickelson, Fleetwood, Scheffler

Final Masters Pick: Zalatoris, Munoz & Scheffler

The above Masters parlay has odds of +709 with Bet365, click here to place the bet at best odds.

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