2022 Masters Odds: Collin Morikawa Shoots Up Board, Trailing Only Jon Rahm
Photo by Michael Owens/Getty Images. Pictured: Collin Morikawa
- 2022 Masters odds are with Jon Rahm listed as the favorite.
- Rahm's been the best player in the world over the last year, and has a strong course history at Augusta. But Collin Morikawa is rising quickly up the board.
- Get complete Masters odds for April below.
2022 Masters Odds
|Si Woo Kim||+10000|
|Min Woo Lee||+25000|
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For some, betting the Masters is a year-round event. You wait patiently to pick off numbers on players you think will have shorter odds before it starts in April. Or take a shot on someone who has struggled early in the new season but always plays well at Augusta.
So if you’re that person, you can start now. BetMGM and almost every other U.S. sportsbook, from Vegas to New Jersey, hangs Masters odds all year.
Jon Rahm entered as the favorite at 12-1, and that could be among the best prices you get on him. He closed under 10-1 at the Masters in 2021 and has been distancing himself from the rest of the TOUR as the world’s clear No. 1. He’s since moved even shorter since odds opened in September.
Green jacket winners Dustin Johnson and Jordan Spieth followed at 12-1.
Sportsbooks generally apply big holds to markets like this so they don’t get burned by a bad price. Baking in a 51% hold — aka offering everyone at significantly worse odds than their true probability — is a great way to avoid that.
So shop around for the best numbers. Masters winners have mostly gone off in the 20-1 to 50-1 range in the last decade.
Who Will Win the 2022 Masters?
Jon Rahm +850
It’s hard to argue again Rahm being the favorite for any golf tournament right now. He’s the best player in the world by most measures, and has four top 10s at Augusta in the last four years. At last year’s Masters, he showed up a few days late to prep because his wife gave birth, and still finished fifth. He’s got an incredibly high floor, here and everywhere.
Collin Morikawa +1000
Morikawa is one of the biggest movers on the board, especially near the top. After opening +2200, he now trails only Rahm.
Remember, you’re betting on a guy to win a golf tournament. He has two major wins in eight tries and is considered one of the game’s premier iron players already.
Dustin Johnson +1200
Johnson ran away with the 2020 Masters, held in November, but had a surprising missed cut in 2021 as he struggled to regain his dominant fall form. Before that, he’d finished top 10 in four straight Masters.
Jordan Spieth +1200
Spieth always gets an Augusta bump, even when he was struggling mightily with his irons and driver and not contending in your average event. He won the Masters in 2015, collapsed with a big lead on Sunday in 2016, and finished T-3 in 2021 as he found his elite form in the months leading up.
Justin Thomas +1400
Thomas has never really threatened to win at Augusta, despite adequate results all around. His best finish is T-4 in 2020, but Dustin Johnson ran away with it and bested Thomas by eight strokes.
Rory McIlroy +1400
Rory is still missing the Masters to complete his career grand slam. He had a run of five straight top 10s from 2014-2018, but missed the cut in 2021 along with a lot of other elite players.
Brooks Koepka +1600
The Masters is one of two majors he’s yet to win, finishing T-2 to Tiger Woods in 2019. Koepka missed the cut in 2021, then finished T-6 or better at the three other majors.
Patrick Cantlay +1700
Cantlay was one of several elite players at the top of the odds board to miss the cut in 2021. And although he’s won some big tournaments in his career, he has just two top 10s in majors, and is often priced with the 10 best players in the world.
Cantlay has shortened from +2000. Since the calendar hit 2022, Cantlay has three top-4 finishes and another 9th-place finish at The American Express.
Bryson DeChambeau +1800
Bryson hasn’t had much success in majors, with just three top 20s in 21 tries, but the Masters has been especially tough on the longest hitter on TOUR. His best finish was in 2016, when he was the low amateur at T-21.
His price isn’t heavily impacted by his injured hand — at least not yet.
Xander Schauffele +1800
It’s easy to forget Schauffele hasn’t been on TOUR all that long. But since he has been, he’s been great at Augusta, with a T-2 in 2019 and T-3 in 2021. He had a chance down the stretch in 2021, but put his tee shot in the water on 16 when he was just two strokes behind leader Hideki Matsuyama and ended up with a triple bogey.
Viktor Hovland +2000
Hovland, despite playing well on TOUR in 2020, didn’t qualify for the 2020 Masters, but finished T-21 in 2021 in his first attempt as a pro. It’s a shame we won’t be getting Hovland at a big price in majors before he ever won one.
The price is even shorter than his +3300 opener.
Cameron Smith +2500
Smith played lights out in the 2020 Masters, but unfortunately never stood a chance against Dustin Johnson, who was just that much better. It was his second top 5 or better at Augusta in three years, and he followed it up with a T-10 in 2021. He’s jumped Hideki Matsuyama on the board after opening at +3300.
Hideki Matsuyama +2800
Matsuyama had always quietly played well at Augusta, even if he didn’t get the same recognition for it as a Spieth or Patrick Reed. And he finally broke through for his first major in 2021, winning the Masters by one shot over Will Zalatoris.
Tony Finau +3000
Three years ago Finau broke his ankle after a hole-in-one during the Wednesday Par 3 contest, and finished top 10 anyway. He’s got three top 10s in four tries, and finally got the monkey off his back with a win at the Northern Trust in late 2021 — his since 2016 despite so many close calls.
Patrick Reed +3300
Reed has been a popular course fit play at Augusta, though prior to his win in 2018, he hadn’t come inside the top 20 in four tries. But he’s lived up to that reputation in the last two years with a pair of top 10s.
Course fit will have to carry him because his recent form had him listed at +15000 to win the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
Webb Simpson +3300
Simpson has not been at his best over the last year, but is another player with a strong track record at Augusta. After never really contending in his first seven tries, he’s finished top 20 in four straight years.
Will Zalatoris +3300
Zalatoris burst onto the scene in 2020/2021, with his T-2 at the Masters as his most impressive finish to date. He finished just a stroke back of Hideki Matsuyama, though Matsuyama controlled the tournament from Saturday afternoon on.
Louis Oosthuizen +4000
For all the close calls Oosthuizen has had in majors, his closest may have come in 2012, when he lost the Masters in a playoff to Bubba Watson. Since then, he hasn’t finished top 10 at Augusta.
Daniel Berger +4000
A Florida kid whose game should fit Augusta, Berger was T-10 in 2016, missed the event in 2019 and 2020 as he dealt with injuries and poor form, then missed the cut in 2021.
Justin Rose +4000
Rose has been old reliable at Augusta. He’s made the cut in 15 of 16 events, and has 13 finishes inside the top 25. But he’s still missing a victory, twice finishing second.
Scottie Scheffler +4000
Scheffler is an interesting flier if you can find a good price on him. He’s been T-19 and T-18 in the last two years, and has a top 10 in every other major. His time is coming in majors after picking up his first career win at the Waste Management Open.
Joaquin Niemann +5000
Niemann was actually a popular early Masters bet in 2020 and 2021, because sportsbooks in Vegas especially were hanging him at north of 125-1. He didn’t qualify in 2020, and finished T-40 in 2021.
Tiger Woods +4000
Tiger has a long road to recovery from a January 2021 car accident, but BetMGM has listed him in the field. It’s unlikely he plays, and bets will be refunded if he doesn’t.
Jason Day +4000
Day has an elite course history at Augusta, but has missed two straight cuts as his overall play slips due to injuries and age. He did finish T-5 when Tiger won in 2019.
Sam Burns +4000
The 25-year old has two career wins, both in 2021. He hit a rough stretch in February with three consecutive missed cuts and this year will be his first Masters appearance.
Tyrell Hatton +4500
Hatton is often a trendy choice in majors, because he has seven career wins (six in Europe), has a pretty strong all-around game and is often listed in the 50-1 range, perhaps because he doesn’t play enough in the U.S.
But he’s never really contended at Augusta, with a T-18 in 2021 as his best finish.
Paul Casey +5000
Casey went T6-T4-6 at the Masters from 2015-2017 but has missed his last two cuts. He’s still without a major despite 12 top 10s in 70 events.
Sungjae Im +5000
Like Cam Smith, Sungjae played the tournament of his life in the 2020 Masters to finish T-2 in his debut — and still fell way short of Dustin Johnson. He followed it up with a missed cut in 2021.
Tommy Fleetwood +5000
Tommy Fleetwood has a strange history in majors — he has three top 5s in 25 starts, and no other finishes inside the top 10. And when he does finish in the top 5, he’s usually backdooring his way in, and not truly contending.
Harry Higgs +5000
This isn’t a misprint, as the fan favorite has short odds in the month before the tournament starts.
Garrick Higgo +6000
Also not a misprint for the South African who has one win on the PGA TOUR and best result in a major is T64 at the PGA Championship in 2021. He missed the cut at both the U.S. Open and Open Championship while not playing in the Masters.
Bubba Watson +6000
Bubba’s win equity has slipped a bit as the PGA TOUR has gotten stronger at the top, but he’ll always be a popular choice at Augusta at 66-1. He won in 2012 and 2014 and has made 12 of 13 cuts in this event.
Matthew Fitzpatrick +6600
Fitzpatrick finished T-7 in 2016 at the Masters as a 21-year-old, but has never contended since, with his best finish a T-21 in 2019.
Adam Scott +6600
Scott won the 2013 Masters but has just one top 10 since, though he hasn’t missed a cut. Overall, he’s made 18 of 20 cuts at Augusta and seems to show up even if he’s not playing much.
Corey Conners +6600
Corey Conners doesn’t have the profile to contend at Augusta. While ball-striking is important, you need a lot of feel around the greens to play well here. That’s the thought, anyway.
Conners, an elite ball striker who struggles mightily with his short game, bucked that narrative in the last two years, finishing T-10 and T-8.
Marc Leishman +6600
The Aussie has a strong history at Augusta, even when he’s not in form. He finished T-5 in 2021, with three top 10s in nine tries.
Sergio Garcia +6600
Sergio won his first and only major at the Masters, but has missed three straight cuts since.
Rickie Fowler +8000
Fowler didn’t qualify for the Masters last year but has posted some strong results here, including second in 2018 and ninth in 2019. That just feels like a long time ago at this point.
You’ll always find bettors interesting in taking a shot on Rickie’s pedigree.
Abraham Ancer +8000
Ancer is usually going to garner attention at 80-1, even though he has just one PGA TOUR win. He’s finished T-13 and T-26 at the Masters in two tries.
Brian Harman +8000
Harman, a lefty, was a popular play at Augusta in 2021, in part for that reason. Lefties tend to play well here. He finished T-12 in his third career start.
Lee Westwood +8000
Westwood had an unbelievable run at the Masters from 2010-2016, finishing top 10 in five of those seven years.
Matthew Wolff +8000
Here’s the thing about betting golf outrights — you need them to win. Missing the cut is the same as finishing 11th. And at close to 100-1, Wolff has some intriguing upside.
Wolff has two top 5s in five career major starts, and bounced back from a rough season to finish T-15 at this year’s U.S. Open. Of course, part of that rough season was a DQ from the Masters.
Harris English +9000
English might not play after withdrawing from the Waste Management Open with a hip injury. “Going to fix it this time and not band-aid it,” English said without citing a timeline for his return.
Shane Lowry +9000
Rounding out the sub-100-1 division is Shane Lowry, the 2019 Open champion. Augusta hasn’t been kind to him, with three missed cuts in six tries and no top 20 finishes.
Phil Mickelson +10000
Phil, another lefty, has three Masters win, in 2004, 2006 and 2010. He hasn’t been great in his later years here, with just one top 20 in his last five tries.
Thanks to his PGA Championship win last year and his name recognition, you won’t get much of a discount.
Robert Macintyre +10000
Another lefty! Macintyre finished T-12 in his Masters debut in 2021, and will again be a trendy pick for finishing position bets and other props if he stays around the 100-1 range.
Jason Kokrak +10000
Kokrak was another trendy sleeper for the 2021 Masters but never contended and finished 49th. His odds are lengthened from +8000.
Cameron Champ +10000
Champ’s distance off the tee always makes him worth a look, because if he gets hot with the putter for a few days, he can win a tournament. But this isn’t the 3M Open or Sanderson Farms, which he’s won.
Champ has gone T-19 and T-26 in his two Masters appearances.
Francesco Molinari +10000
Tiger Woods crushed Molinari’s dreams in 2019, and the Italian fell off in a big way for much of 2020. He did regain some form early in 2021 then missed four of five cuts to end his season.
Max Homa +10000
Homa is an interesting thought exercise. He’s got three PGA TOUR wins, but has made just two cuts in majors in nine tries. Does he actually struggle in majors, or is just a small sample size? He’s got win equity, even if he hasn’t done it on the biggest stage.
Homa’s wins have come in real events — the Wells Fargo, Genesis and Fortinet Championship (to a lesser extent, but Rahm was in the field).
Si Woo Kim +10000
Si Woo Kim is always an interesting flier, but he could report to mandatory military service in Korea next year. So maybe take a pass for now.
Billy Horschel +12500
Horschel, a Florida grad, places his best golf in the southeast, but has struggled at Augusta. He’s finished in the top 25 once in seven tries.
Gary Woodland +12500
Woodland is a former major champion, but he’s been bad at the Masters. Nine starts, five made cuts, one top 25 finish.
Christiaan Bezuidenhout +12500
Bezuidenhout has contended in some big tournaments and has seven worldwide pro wins but lacks the distance off the tee to take down a field like this. He’s one of the shortest hitters on TOUR.
Matt Kuchar +12500
Kuchar had a great run at Augusta with four top 10s in six years, but has missed his last seven cuts in majors and aged out of his prime.
Matt Wallace +12500
We like Wallace in majors sometimes, but you’ll want a number of north of 150-1.
Carlos Ortiz +15000
Ortiz missed the cut in his first Masters appearance in 2021. We like him as a DFS flier rather than an outright bet.
Danny Willett +15000
Willett bested Jordan Spieth at the 2016 Masters but his missed four of the last five cuts.
Talor Gooch +15000
A trendy pick to breakout in 2022.
Henrik Stenson +15000
Stenson has one top 10 in 16 Masters, and has lost the elite form that made him one of the best players in the world in the mid-2010s.
Ian Poulter +15000
Poulter is thought of as a big-game hunter in a lot of ways, but hasn’t won an event in 10 years and has never won a major. We cling to his Ryder Cup success, maybe.
Kevin Kisner +15000
Kisner’s take on competing in big golf tournaments is heartwarming.
“Probably not,” he told reporters on whether or not he can win anywhere. “I’m not going to win at Bethpage Black or Torrey Pines.”
So why bother showing up?
“Because they give away a lot of money for 20th.”
Maybe bet someone else, but don’t shy away from Kisner in matchups and props.
Kevin Na +15000
Na is another player with some win equity, and he’s been top 15 in the last two Masters. He has five career PGA TOUR wins, four of those in the last four years.
Ryan Palmer +15000
Palmer will get a little betting love in this range, like always.
Victor Perez +15000
Perez has four European Tour wins but missed the cut in all four majors this year.
Lanto Griffin +20000
Lanto had a terrific fall swing in 2019 and won the Houston Open that October but hasn’t found that same form since.
Dylan Frittelli +20000
Frittelli came out of nowhere for a T-5 finish at the 2020 Masters, but has missed the cut in his other two tries.
Matt Jones +20000
The Australian won his second PGA TOUR event at the Honda Classic in March of 2021 but lacks the high-end talent to win here.
Sebastian Munoz +20000
Munoz will be a popular play for finishing position bets after going T-19 and T-40 the last two years.
Zach Johnson +20000
Johnson’s best days are behind him but he’ll always have that 2007 title.
Mackenzie Hughes +20000
The anti-Corey Conners (and also Canadian), Hughes can sink putts from 100-feet away but can’t ball strike. He’ll occasionally contend in a big tournament because he gets hot with the putter, but it feels unlikely here.
Bernd Wiesberger +25000
Wiesberger has made six cuts in six tries but never finished in the top 20. He can win birdie-fests, but not here.
Stewart Cink +25000
Cink finished T-12 last year after not qualifying for five of the last six years. He was in great form in 2021, winning the RBC Heritage in April.
Charl Schwartzel +25000
Schwartzel won the 2011 Masters and has made some other close calls, with a third-place finish in 2018.
Brendon Todd +25000
Todd won twice in 2019 but has slipped back to earth in the last two years. He will struggle to contend in a strong field like this.
C.T. Pan +25000
Pan finished T-7 at the 2020 Masters and missed the cut this year.
Martin Laird +30000
Laird has only qualified for four Masters in his 15+ year career, but hung around in 2021 and finished T-38.
Bernhard Langer +75000
Fred Couples +100000
MGM lists Couples and Langer because of their former glory at Augusta, but they have no chance to win.
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