The Masters 2020 - Predictions, Betting Odds & Top Picks

The Masters 2020 Betting Odds

The odds for the winner of the Masters Tournament 2020 are provided by DraftKings Sportsbook.

Winner The Masters 2020

WinnerDraftKings
Rory McIlroy+650
Jon Rahm+1000
Justin Thomas+1100
Brooks Koepka+1200
Tiger Woods+1400
Dustin Johnson+1600
Patrick Cantlay+2200
Xander Schauffele+2200
Tommy Fleetwood+2500
Patrick Reed+2500
Justin Rose+2500
Adam Scott+2800
Jordan Spieth+2800
Bryson Dechambeau+2800
Jason Day+3300
Tony Finau+3300
Rickie Fowler+3300
Hideki Matsuyama+3300
Bubba Watson+3300

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The Masters Tournament 2020 Event Information

WhenNovember 9 to November 15
WhereAugusta National Golf Club in August, GA
Points600 FedEx Cup points for the winner
The Course72-par, 7,475 yards
Total Prize Money$11.5 million
Winner Prize Money$2.070 million

Top Picks for The Masters 2020

Rory McIlroy

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.

Tiger Woods

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


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.

Jon Rahm

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.

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Xander Schauffele

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:

YearWinnerCountryTo Par
2019Tiger WoodsUSA-13
2018Patrick ReedUSA–15
2017Sergio GarciaSpain–9
2016Danny WillettEngland–5
2015Jordan SpiethUSA-18
2014Bubba WatsonUSA-8
2013Adam ScottAustralia-9
2012Bubba WatsonUSA-10
2011Charl SchwartzelS. Africa-14
2010Phil Mickelson (3rd)USA−16
2009Ángel CabreraArgentina−12
2008Trevor ImmelmanS. Africa−8
2007Zach JohnsonUSA1
2006Phil Mickelson (2nd)USA−7
2005Tiger Woods (4th)USA−12
2004Phil MickelsonUSA−9
2003Mike WeirCanada−7
2002Tiger Woods (3rd)USA−12
2001Tiger Woods (2nd)USA−16
2000Vijay SinghFiji−10
1999J. María Olazábal (2nd)Spain−8
1998Mark O’MearaUSA−9
1997Tiger WoodsUSA−18
1996Nick Faldo (3rd)England−12
1995Ben Crenshaw (2nd)USA−14
1994José María OlazábalSpain−9
1993Bernhard Langer (2nd)Germany−11
1992Fred CouplesUSA−13
1991Ian WoosnamWales−11
1990Nick Faldo (2nd)England−10
1989Nick FaldoEngland−5
1988Sandy LyleScotland−7
1987Larry MizeUSA−3
1986Jack Nicklaus (6th)USA−9
1985Bernhard LangerW. Germany−6
1984Ben CrenshawUSA−11
1983Seve Ballesteros (2nd)Spain−8
1982Craig StadlerUSA−4
1981Tom Watson (2nd)USA−8
1980Seve BallesterosSpain−13
1979Fuzzy ZoellerUSA−8
1978Gary Player (3rd)S. Africa−11
1977Tom WatsonUSA−12
1976Raymond FloydUSA−17
1975Jack Nicklaus (5th)USA−12
1974Gary Player (2nd)S. Africa−10
1973Tommy AaronUSA−5
1972Jack Nicklaus (4th)USA−2
1971Charles CoodyUSA−9
1970Billy CasperUSA−9
1969George ArcherUSA−7
1968Bob GoalbyUSA−11
1967Gay BrewerUSA−8
1966Jack Nicklaus (3rd)USAE
1965Jack Nicklaus (2nd)USA−17
1964Arnold Palmer (4th)USA−12
1963Jack NicklausUSA−2
1962Arnold Palmer (3rd)USA−8
1961Gary PlayerS. Africa−8
1960Arnold Palmer (2nd)USA−6
1959Art Wall, Jr.USA−4
1958Arnold PalmerUSA−4
1957Doug FordUSA−5
1956Jack Burke, Jr.USA1
1955Cary MiddlecoffUSA−9
1954Sam Snead (3rd)USA1
1953Ben Hogan (2nd)USA−14
1952Sam Snead (2nd)USA−2
1951Ben HoganUSA−8
1950Jimmy Demaret (3rd)USA−5
1949Sam SneadUSA−6
1948Claude HarmonUSA−9
1947Jimmy Demaret (2nd)USA−7
1946Herman KeiserUSA−6
1942Byron Nelson (2nd)USA−8
1941Craig WoodUSA−8
1940Jimmy DemaretUSA−8
1939Ralph GuldahlUSA−9
1938Henry PicardUSA−3
1937Byron NelsonUSA−5
1936Horton Smith (2nd)USA−3
1935Gene SarazenUSA−6
1934Horton SmithUSA−4

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