The 2020 Masters betting odds have been released for the week at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga.
Each week, we’ll take a look at the best head-to-head matchups, looking for value and upsets as suggested by our weekly model.
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If you’re new to head-to-head matchups betting in golf, sportsbooks give bettors a variety of one-on-one or group matchups, pitting players against each other in a single round or for an entire tournament. Of course, before the tournament, we’re looking at either first-round wagers or whole-tournament wagers. If only one of the players makes the cut, then that player is the winner by default, assuming they finish.
2020 Masters head-to-head matchup picks[s2If !current_user_can(access_s2member_level2)]
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This week, we have the Masters. We’re going to go a little deeper than the usual three matchups we provide. (We went 2-0-1 at the Masters in our last outing.)
Bubba Watson (+115) over Hideki Matsuyama: Bubba has been playing great, loves this course and is in a good place. Worthwhile value here.
Xander Schauffele (+120) over Jon Rahm: This is a tight one in our model, so I’m taking Xander catching good odds.
Cameron Smith (-110) over Paul Casey: This feels like an easy call given Casey’s form. Smith is playing well and has a good history.
Matthew Wolff (+125) over Jason Day: Day is getting a lot of love this week, in large part because of a T-7 at Houston. Wolff, though, getting less love in his first Masters. Seems like a value.
Sebastian Munoz (-120) over Billy Horschel: This is where I’ll disagree with my model here. Munoz has been great the last few months, while Horschel has been fine. This is a momentum play.[/s2If]