The Masters 2020 betting picks: Who are the favourites to win at Augusta?

Bryson DeChambeau is a firm favourite at Augusta


Bryson DeChambeau: The obvious favourite heading into the tournament, whose length can remove so much difficulty, while his putting his formidable and often under-celebrated.

Xander Schauffele: A runner-up last year, who has finished in the top-five in half of his appearances at the majors. One of the game’s brightest talents, for whom a first major feels a case of when rather than if. 

Bubba Watson: The enigmatic American treats Augusta as a second home, having won the Green Jacket twice already, and is slowly recapturing the form which made him such a unique threat almost a decade ago. He comes into the tournament off the back of two top-10 finishes.

Brooks Koepka (12/1): His odds have shortened dramatically over the weekend, after a brilliant finish at the Houston Open. He has struggled with injury, but his reputation for rising to the occasion at majors is indisputable, and it would be foolish to rule him out.


Matthew Wolff (33/1): The PGA Tour’s rising star, who has finished in the top-five in both his major appearances at just 21 years old. Another maverick talent, with an unorthodox swing, and huge potential.

Scottie Scheffler (40/1): A prodigious amateur, Scheffler has made a fantastic breakthrough on the PGA Tour and has all the distinguishing qualities of the modern player. A tied-fourth finish at the PGA Championship proved his credentials.

Odds in full for top-40 contenders

Bryson DeChambeau – 15/2

Jon Rahm – 10/1

Dustin Johnson – 11/1

Rory McIlroy – 11/1

Justin Thomas – 12/1

Brooks Koepka – 12/1

Xander Schauffele – 14/1

Patrick Cantlay – 20/1

Bubba Watson – 22/1

Patrick Reed – 25/1

Collin Morikawa – 28/1

Tony Finau – 28/1

Tyrrell Hatton – 28/1

Webb Simpson -28/1

Tiger Woods – 30/1

Jordan Spieth – 33/1

Matthew Wolff -33/1

Hideki Matsuyama – 35/1

Adam Scott – 40/1

Jason Day – 40/1

Scottie Scheffler – 40/1

Tommy Fleetwood – 40/1

Justin Rose – 50/1

Louis Oosthuizen – 50/1

Paul Casey – 50/1

Cameron Champ – 55/1

Sergio Garcia – 55/1

Matthew Fitzpatrick – 60/1

Joaquin Niemann – 66/1

Phil Mickelson – 66/1

Rickie Fowler – 66/1

Shane Lowry – 66/1

Cameron Smith – 70/1

Sungjae Im – 70/1

Abraham Ancer – 80/1

Jason Kokrak – 80/1

Gary Woodland – 100/1

Lee Westwood – 100/1

Brendon Todd – 125/1

Danny Willett – 125/1

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