The Masters 2020 - Predictions, Betting Odds & Top Picks
The Masters 2020 Betting Odds
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The Masters Tournament 2020 Event Information
|When||November 9 to November 15|
|Where||Augusta National Golf Club in August, GA|
|Points||600 FedEx Cup points for the winner|
|The Course||72-par, 7,475 yards|
|Total Prize Money||$11.5 million|
|Winner Prize Money||$2.070 million|
Quiet scenes from Augusta as the world of golf awaits November 9 – 15, the intended dates for the 2020 Masters.
— The Masters (@TheMasters) April 6, 2020
Top Picks for The Masters 2020
The Masters is the only major title missing from McIlroy’s collection.
His best result at the Augusta National Golf Club is a fourth-place from the 2015 edition.
McIlroy had a good showing in 2018, finishing day 2 in second place and only three strokes behind eventual champion Patrick Reed.
He ultimately finished in fifth place, six strokes off the first place.
The current world number 1 has one win, four top 3 results and seven top 5 finishes in seven tournaments this year, six of which were official PGA Tour events.
After narrowly missing out on the last major of 2018, Woods made up for it by winning the first major of 2019.
It ended an 11-year drought for the American legend, who had last won a major in 2008. It was his fifth Masters title and the first since 2005.
From his first major title in 1997 until 2013, Woods had an impressive run of 11 top 5 finishes, with four wins.
In 2020, the 15-time major champion got off to a strong start. Woods finished his first four tournaments inside the top 10, winning the Zozo Championship.
However, the American legend has been dealing with a back injury that already forced him to sit out the Players Championship.
Woods’ most recent tournament was the Genesis Invitational back in February, which saw him finish down in 68th. If he recovers in time for the Tour’s return, then a title defense suddenly becomes a real possibility.
Brooks Koepka discusses what it is like to play a golf tournament with no fans
“It’s very weird, it’s awkward” pic.twitter.com/EJEDDzCO85
— Ben Murphy (@BenMurphyTV) March 12, 2020
Koepka scored a career-best T2 finish in 2019. The former number 1 lost the title to Tiger Woods by one shot.
In his best showing yet at the Masters, Koepka finished the first day tied for the lead, but an average day 2 performance cost him the title.
If the four-time major champion completes his recovery from the knee injury in time for the major, then he could once again be a factor in the title battle.
Koepka finished all four majors of 2019 inside the top 4, including one title and twice as the runner-up.
Rahm finished fourth and ninth in his last two Masters appearances.
The young Spaniard finished three strokes behind Woods in 2019.
Still chasing after his first major victory, Rahm finished four of the last eight inside the top 10. He finished a career-best T3 in last year’s US Open.
Rahm has yet to win a tournament this season, but already has two runner-up finishes and has only missed out on the top 10 once. His most recent result was a third-place at the WGC Mexico.
Schauffele matched his previous career-best with a T2 finish at the Masters last year.
The American lost to Woods by one stroke after spending most of the tournament among the leaders. A poor day 3 performance, that dropped him five strokes behind first place, ultimately cost the title.
Schauffele has experienced some ups and downs this season but already has two runner-up finishes. The American made it past the cut in his last four appearances.
Masters Winners by Year
Here is a list of all previous Masters winners by year:
|2011||Charl Schwartzel||S. Africa||-14|
|2010||Phil Mickelson (3rd)||USA||−16|
|2008||Trevor Immelman||S. Africa||−8|
|2006||Phil Mickelson (2nd)||USA||−7|
|2005||Tiger Woods (4th)||USA||−12|
|2002||Tiger Woods (3rd)||USA||−12|
|2001||Tiger Woods (2nd)||USA||−16|
|1999||J. María Olazábal (2nd)||Spain||−8|
|1996||Nick Faldo (3rd)||England||−12|
|1995||Ben Crenshaw (2nd)||USA||−14|
|1994||José María Olazábal||Spain||−9|
|1993||Bernhard Langer (2nd)||Germany||−11|
|1990||Nick Faldo (2nd)||England||−10|
|1986||Jack Nicklaus (6th)||USA||−9|
|1985||Bernhard Langer||W. Germany||−6|
|1983||Seve Ballesteros (2nd)||Spain||−8|
|1981||Tom Watson (2nd)||USA||−8|
|1978||Gary Player (3rd)||S. Africa||−11|
|1975||Jack Nicklaus (5th)||USA||−12|
|1974||Gary Player (2nd)||S. Africa||−10|
|1972||Jack Nicklaus (4th)||USA||−2|
|1966||Jack Nicklaus (3rd)||USA||E|
|1965||Jack Nicklaus (2nd)||USA||−17|
|1964||Arnold Palmer (4th)||USA||−12|
|1962||Arnold Palmer (3rd)||USA||−8|
|1961||Gary Player||S. Africa||−8|
|1960||Arnold Palmer (2nd)||USA||−6|
|1959||Art Wall, Jr.||USA||−4|
|1956||Jack Burke, Jr.||USA||1|
|1954||Sam Snead (3rd)||USA||1|
|1953||Ben Hogan (2nd)||USA||−14|
|1952||Sam Snead (2nd)||USA||−2|
|1950||Jimmy Demaret (3rd)||USA||−5|
|1947||Jimmy Demaret (2nd)||USA||−7|
|1942||Byron Nelson (2nd)||USA||−8|
|1936||Horton Smith (2nd)||USA||−3|