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Golf expert Sam Eaton breaks down everything you need to know about the 2021 British Masters

2021 British Masters Odds

The 2021 British Masters takes place this week over in England, with plenty of Europe’s best teeing up before heading over to compete in the PGA Championship.

Despite not being a PGA Tour event, all the major US sports betting sites take bets on the European Tour, and are offering British Masters odds. To find a sportsbook offering British Masters odds, head over to our sportsbook listing page here, you’ll also find all the best betting promotions on the market.

We’ve seen Robert MacIntyre a few times this season on the PGA Tour, and it’s no surprise to see him topping the British Masters odds market. MacIntyre will be heading over to the PGA Championship next week, but is +1400 to win the British Masters beforehand.

The second-favorite in the European Tour odds market this week is another recognizable face in Bernd Wiesberger. The Austrian is level in the market with Martin Kaymer at +1800.

The promising Rasms Hojgaard is the only other player with British Masters odds of +2000 or less, the young Danish golfer is +2000 with the majority of sportsbooks.

The +2000 to +3300 has some of the normal names we’d expect to compete on the Euro tour, including Matthias Schwab, Danny Willett, Thorbjorn Olesen and Andy Sullivan.

Sean Crocker is the first American you’ll find in the British Masters odds market, he can be wagered at +6600 with Bet365.

2021 British Masters Odds: The Favorites

GolferBest Odds To Win British MastersWorst Odds To Win British Masters
Robert MacIntyre+1400+1200
Bernd Wiesberger+1800+1600
Martin Kaymer+1800+1400
Sam Horsfield+2200+2000
Matthias Schwab+2700+2500
Danny Willett+2800+2200
Dean Burmester+3000+2500

See the full odds market here

2021 British Masters Betting Preview

The British Masters starts on a Wednesday so the odds market has been live for a few days now, which means thousands of Europeans have already placed their wager on the event.

Rasmus Hojgaaed has been the most wagered player in the British Masters odds market, the Danish player has accounted for just over 9% of all bets on the European Tour event.

Matthias Schwab has been the second most backed, accounting for 6.3% of British Masters bets.

Sam Horsfield has been in fine form over the last year or so, the Englishman has been a popular play in the odds market, accounting for 5.2% of bets.

See the most wagered players below.

Golfer% Of Bets In The British Masters Odds Market
Rasmus Hojgaard9%
Matthias Schwab6.3%
Sam Horsfield5.2%
Joachim B Hansen4.9%
Eddie Pepperell4.8%
Edoardo Mollinari3.5%
Richie Ramsay3.2%

British Masters Picks & Predictions

British Masters Course

Venue: The Belfry, Wishaw, Warwickshire, England

Par: 72

Distance: 7,255 yards

The Belfry is relatively flat but is lined with trees, which puts a premium on accuracy from the tee. The greens are Poa Annua, and are fairly small compared to what you’d find normally on the European Tour.

Scrambling and longer putting are also stats to take into consideration when betting in the British Masters odds market.

As mentioned, accuracy off the tee is important and so is accuracy in approach with these smaller greens. Distance will also help off the tee.

British Masters Picks & Predictions – Win Market

Sam Horsfield +2200

If you are looking for a player who is in fine form with both the irons and putter than Sam Horsfield is your man this week. Horsfield missed the cut at the Valspar last week, however, has recorded four top 15 finishes on the bounce on the European Tour.

The British Masters are normally very similar tests so event form can’t be dis-regarded, Horsefield has two top ten finishes in the last three years.

Driving accuracy is the worry for Horsfield, but if he can keep it together, then he’s well worth a wager.

Rasmus Hojgaard +2000

I’m not normally a fan of picking two players near the top of the market, however, it’s so tricky to look past Hojgaard’s form on similar courses last season.

The young Danish player has missed the cut in two of his previous three events, but usually competes well on the European Tour.

Hojgaard won the UK Championship last year, came third in the English Championship and 2nd in the British Masters. I’m actually surprised his odds aren’t a little shorter.

British Masters Picks & Predictions – FRL Market

Sam Horsfield +4000

Calum Hill +4500

Matthias Schwab +4000


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