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Masters 2022 Final Round Odds: Scottie Scheffler Enters Sunday Favored Over Cameron Smith

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2022 Masters Odds

Golfer Odds
Scottie Scheffler -225
Cameron Smith +260
Sungjae Im +1400
Shane Lowry +5000
Justin Thomas +6600
Corey Conners +10000
Charl Schwartzel +12500
Dustin Johnson +20000
Rory McIlroy +20000
Collin Morikawa +25000
Danny Willett +30000
Tommy Fleetwood +40000
Jason Kokrak +50000
Odds via BetMGM as of 7:30 p.m. ET on Saturday night.
Bet $10, Win $200 if Tiger Makes a Birdie.

Scottie Scheffler still has the lead at the 2022 Masters, but there’s reason to believe it’s not entirely safe.

Scheffler is 9-under entering Sunday at Augusta National, where he’s in search of his fourth win of 2022. He’s being chased by the PGA TOUR’s other serial winner of the year, though.

Cameron Smith opened 2022 by winning the Sentry Tournament of Champions, then he followed that with a stellar final round to win THE PLAYERS Championship last month. He trails Scheffler by three strokes after posting the low-round of the day at Augusta National, a 4-under 68.

When Smith finished his round, Scheffler was 11-under through 13 holes of his round. The Texan, though, bogeyed both 14 and 15, which put the lead at three strokes. He birdied 17 to put the lead at four, but Scheffler found trouble on 18:

Scottie is in trouble on 18 😬

Odds to win #TheMasters @FDSportsbook

1. Scheffler -10 (-160)
2. Smith -6 (+150) pic.twitter.com/ksiN11gWJ9

— GolfBet (@GolfBet) April 9, 2022

A sensational third shot helped him save bogey, which puts the lead at three shots over Smith entering the final round of the Masters.

The Odds Board

Scheffler was at -290 at one point on Saturday, which is very impressive given the field and venue. He ended the day at -225, still a strong favorite.

Smith, meanwhile, is the only noteworthy challenger. His number was down to +200 before he bogeyed No. 16, and it ended the day at +260.

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