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The Action Network’s 2019 Masters Betting Power Ratings

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Rob Schumacher-USA TODAY Sports. Pictured: Dustin Johnson

  • Our golf betting experts surveyed the entire 2019 Masters field and rated each player like an oddsmaker would.
  • Use the betting power ratings at the bottom of the article to help with your Masters pools and to spot value in the matchup marketplace.

There are a bunch of Masters rankings out there. We’re biased in thinking the rankings from The Action Network’s own Jason Sobel are best-in-class. Within his piece, Jason predicts, from 1 to 87, how he thinks the tournament will end up. It’s an impossible task, but a useful one to see who Jason is higher and lower on than other pundits — and ultimately the golfers he likes to contend this week.

The power ratings below are slightly different than Jason’s in that they’re meant to be a reflection of the betting market. Each of our five experts went through the entire field and played oddsmaker, rating the players based on their current form, course history and a variety of other factors.

How should you use these ratings? There are tons of different pools out there — from Calcuttas to One-and-Dones to Snake Drafts — and using the list below is a great way to find players who might be overvalued/undervalued in those various markets.

The ratings can also be leveraged as part of your evaluation for head-to-head matchup bets. If you see a player rated higher by our experts but an underdog in a specific matchup, it might be an indication that the number is slightly off.

Dig in and best of luck with all of your Masters investments!

2019 Masters Betting Power Ratings

The experts’ initials in the columns below: SK = Sean Koerner, our director of predictive analytics … JP = Joshua Perry, golf handicapper … PJ = Peter Jennings, FantasyLabs co-founder and DFS pro … JB = Justin Bailey, betting and fantasy expert … BM = Bryan Mears, betting and fantasy expert.

The table is sorted by the consensus ratings, but you can also click atop the other columns to sort by each expert’s ratings.

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