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Updated Masters 2022 Odds: Jon Rahm Tied With Justin Thomas As Favorites

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Getty Images. Pictured: Jon Rahm (left) and Justin Thomas.

  • Jon Rahm and Justin Thomas are the top-two favorites for the 2022 Masters.
  • Golf's elite is behind them, though, led by PLAYERS champion Cameron Smith and Dustin Johnson.
  • Check out the latest odds as of Tuesday morning below.

2022 Masters Odds

Odds via PointsBet.

Golfer Odds
Jon Rahm +1200
Justin Thomas +1200
Dustin Johnson +1400
Cameron Smith +1600
Scottie Scheffler +1600
Brooks Koepka +2000
Collin Morikawa +2000
Jordan Spieth +2000
Rory McIlroy +2000
Viktor Hovland +2000
Xander Schauffele +2000
Patrick Cantlay +2200
Hideki Matsuyama +3300
Will Zalatoris +3300
Corey Conners +4000
Louis Oosthuizen +4500
Bryson DeChambeau +5000
Daniel Berger +5000
Joaquin Niemann +5000
Matthew Fitzpatrick +5000
Sam Burns +5000
Shane Lowry +5000
Tiger Woods +5000
Adam Scott +6000
Tony Finau +6000
Tyrrell Hatton +6000
Im Sung-jae +7000
Marc Leishman +7000
Paul Casey +7000
Russell Henley +7000
Abraham Ancer +8000
Justin Rose +8000
Patrick Reed +8000
Tommy Fleetwood +8000
Bubba Watson +8000
Sergio Garcia +8000
Billy Horschel +10000
Gary Woodland +10000
Max Homa +10000
Si Woo Kim +10000
Thomas Pieters +10000
Cameron Young +12500
Luke List +12500
Seamus Power +12500
Talor Gooch +12500
Webb Simpson +12500
Brian Harman +15000
Christiaan Bezuidenhout +15000
Harold Varner III +15000
Jason Kokrak +15000
Kevin Kisner +15000
Robert MacIntyre +15000
Tom Hoge +15000
Cameron Champ +20000
Erik Van Rooyen +20000
Francesco Molinari +20000
Kevin Na +20000
Lee Westwood +20000
Lucas Herbert +20000
Matthew Wolff +20000
Sepp Straka +20000
J.J. Spaun +20000
Mackenzie Hughes +25000
Ryan Palmer +25000
Cameron Davis +30000
Danny Willett +30000
Garrick Higgo +30000
Kyoung-Hoon Lee +30000
Min Woo Lee +30000
Padraig Harrington +30000
Stewart Cink +30000
Charl Schwartzel +50000
Guido Migliozzi +50000
Harry Higgs +50000
Hudson Swafford +50000
Keita Nakajima +50000
Lucas Glover +50000
Takumi Kanaya +50000
Zach Johnson +50000
Aaron Jarvis +100000
Austin Greaser +100000
Bernhard Langer +100000
Fred Couples +100000
James Piot +100000
Jose Maria Olazabal +100000
Laird Shepherd +100000
Larry Mize +100000
Mike Weir +100000
Sandy Lyle +100000
Stewart Hagestad +100000
Vijay Singh +100000
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We have made it to Augusta National, where Jon Rahm is favored to win the green jacket at this year’s Masters.

Rahm is no longer the No. 1 player in the world — that’s Scottie Scheffler — but his history at Augusta National has him at the top of the board. The Spaniard’s last four results at the Masters: fourth, T9, T7, T5. Not too shabby.

Behind Rahm at the start of the week were Justin Thomas and Cameron Smith, both of whom also have strong track records at Augusta. As of Wednesday morning, though, Thomas was tied with Rahm at 12-1 on PointsBet.

Thomas has three top-20 finishes in his last four Masters starts, while Smith has three in the top 10 in his last four. The Aussie shot up odds boards last month when he dominated during the final round of THE PLAYERS Championship, en route to his fifth PGA TOUR win.

From there, the board is full of potential contenders. Dustin Johnson, Scottie Scheffler, Rory McIlroy and Collin Morikawa all were under 20-1 on Sunday afternoon. The only thing missing from McIlroy’s incredible resume is a Masters win, while Scheffler (T19 and T18) and Morikawa (T44 and T18) will only become bigger contenders at Augusta as they gain more experience on the course.

Rounding out the top contenders are Brooks Koepka, Patrick Cantlay, Viktor Hovland and Jordan Spieth. Koepka’s last three Masters results read T2, T7 and MC, while Cantlay has missed the cut at Augusta twice in the last four Masters tournaments. Hovland was famously the low amateur in 2019 when Tiger Woods won, and his first start as a pro in 2021 saw him finish T21.

Spieth has become an interesting case at Augusta National, where he has thrived in the past. His form in recent years, though, has not been great. In eight career starts at the Masters, he has five top-three finishes. The three other results are T11, T21 and T46.

The name on everyone’s mind, though, is Woods. The five-time Masters champion is 80-1 at PointsBet, as of Sunday afternoon. He hasn’t played competitively since the November 2020 Masters, although he has an unmatched history at this tournament.

Woods is going to travel up to Augusta and is scheduled to meet with the media on Tuesday, although he hasn’t committed to playing yet.

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Past Winners

The winning score at the Masters usually does not get very low. Spieth’s 2015 win was a record-setting performance, and Johnson’s 20-under in 2020 should come with a bit of an asterisk.

Obviously, DJ played fantastically in November 2020, but the course played very differently that year in November than it usually does in early April. The greens were much softer than usual, which led to players being able to thrive on approach more than usual. Johnson took huge advantage of that en route to a dominant win.

Year Golfer Score
2012 Bubba Watson -10
2013 Adam Scott -9
2014 Bubba Watson -8
2015 Jordan Spieth -18
2016 Danny Willett -5
2017 Sergio Garcia -9
2018 Patrick Reed -15
2019 Tiger Woods -13
2020 Dustin Johnson -20
2021 Hideki Matsuyama -10
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The Course

Augusta National is just over 7,400 yards, making it one of the longer tracks that players will have faced this year. The par 5s are all reachable in two shots, which means players will be expected to take advantage of those often. That will put an emphasis on separating yourself on the par 3s and 4s throughout the week.

Possibly the biggest factor to consider, though, is a player’s history at Augusta National. This course is famous for being difficult to figure out for many reasons. One of them is the lack of green-reading books, which aren’t allowed.

The stat that is most important at the Masters is Strokes Gained: Approach. The greens are very difficult to read with their slopes and speed. Players will have to be putting their approaches in the right area if they’re going to contend this week.

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