The Masters Day 4 Picks & Predictions: Tail Our +450 2-Ball Parlay
Hideki Matsuyama blew the 2021 Masters apart on Saturday afternoon with a stunning third round 65. He’s shot to a 4 shot lead with a round to play and is the man to catch. His betting odds to win his first major sit at -115 and though he has a sizeable lead, closing out a first career major sleeping on a big lead is no easy task and the odds aren’t very appealing. Therefore, we’ve analyzed the final round 2-ball markets to find a Sunday parlay to play.
First up in our parlay is our strongest, yet simplest play. It’s time to back Tony to do what he does best and finish strongly for a back-door top 5 when the tournament is all over! Ok, that might be a bit harsh on Finau, but the American has a track record of good finishes without winning and with the pressure off today, he can shoot a good score at a course we know he loves. MacIntyre has had a tremendous first Masters, but Tony can put his experience to good use and win this 2 ball.
Pick: Tony Finau @ -138
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This is another simple one. Jordan Spieth leads the field this week with 82% greens in regulation, if you’d have told us that at the start of the week we’d assume he’d be sitting on a 5 shot lead right about now. However, the putter has been cold for Spieth and despite being rock solid from tee-to-green he finds himself a long way back from Hideki Matsuyama. However, the putter only needs to warm up a tiny bit for Jordan to produce a really low round today and the odds of -167 look fair in his quest to simply beat Brian Harman on the day.
Pick: Jordan Spieth @ -167
We’re going for an earlier tee time with our third leg of this parlay and it’s the South African Louis Oosthuizen who’s the pick to come out on top against Jason Kokrak. Kokrak has yet to really master the majors in his career, whereas Oosthuizen has been a main-stay for many years, winning an Open Championship and finishing runner-up in all of the other majors. He’s yet to take advantage of the par 5’s at Augusta this week and if he can dominate those, he’s set for a big day hitting the ball as well as he has all week.
Pick: Louis Oosthuizen @ +100
A $10 wager on our parlay would profit $45.15 – check out our parlay calculator now for more information on calculating parlay payouts.