With France’s Benjamin Pollak eliminated in 3rd place, an American was going to win this year's WSOP Main Event Final
Jordan Spieth continued to dominate after Day 2 but his payout odds to win the Masters 2016 have actually improved from +180 at the start of the day to +220.
Jordan Spieth odds to win the Masters 2016 were coming in at 6-1 coming into the Tournament. Spieth was a three-way favorite to win along with Rory McIlroy and the current World Number One Jason Day. Heading into Friday, sitting atop the leaderboard, Spieth was priced at +180 with the potential to pay out $180 for every $100 bet.
Day One is over and BetOnline has updated their odds to win the Masters 2016 with Jordan Spieth now the favorite at just shy of 2-1 odds.
Danny Lee was red hot among the Masters hopefuls, sitting among the top 5 on the leaderboard, 2nd at the time this was going to press. Danny who?
Gambling911.com has your Masters 2016 matchup odds including Jason Day vs. Jordan Spieth, which was seeing the most wagering action on Thursday.
Day was coming in priced at -135 versus Spieth at +105.
Spieth, previously the world number one, says he is pumped for this week’s Masters.
Henrk Stenson odds to win the Masters 2016 were coming in at 20-1.
Adam Scott odds to win the Masters 2016 were set at 10-1, now tied with Bubba Watson for the 4th shortest odds in the hours leading up to the big tournament.
Scott has won 29 professional tournaments around the world
Phil Mickelson odds to win the Masters 2016 were set at 15-1, 5th shortest after Jason Day (5-1), Rory McIlroy (6.5-1) and Jordan Spieth (8.5-1) and tied with Dustin Johnson (15-1).
Mickelson was feeling mighty cocky entering Thursday’s Masters.
Dustin Johnson odds to win the Masters 2016 were set at 15-1, 5th shortest after Jason Day (5-1), Rory McIlroy (6.5-1) and Jordan Spieth (8.5-1) and tied with Phil Mickelson (15-1).
Bubba Watson odds to win the Masters 2016 were set at 10-1, 4th shortest after Jason Day (5-1), Rory McIlroy (6.5-1) and Jordan Spieth (8.5-1).
Our good friends at BetOnline have The Masters 2016 covered with odds to win, the top 10 finish, top 20 finish and the first round leader.
Betting on Major golf tournaments is especially popular in recent years thanks heavily to Daily Fantasy Sports sites offering $1 million fantasy golf contests.
You can bet The Masters 2016 futures before and after each day’s play until Sunday morning of the Tournament at BetOnline here. Live in-play wagering is also available.
Odds will be re-evaluated after each day of play. Locking them in early with ensure the early prices are paid out.
Entering Thursday, Jason Day was now the 5-1 favorite, Rory McIlroy was at +650 and Jordan Spieth at +850.
DraftKings is now offering a $4M Fantasy Golf Millionaire Contest for this week’s Masters Golf Tournament. 1st place wins $1 million, 2nd place wins $250,000.00 and 3rd place pays $100,000.
The Top European player odds to win The Masters 2016 betting had Irishman Rory McIlroy as the +150 favorite with a payout potential of $150 on every $100 bet.
Justin Rose was coming in at 6-1 odds with Henrik Stenson a half point behind him at +650.
The Top American odds to win The Masters 2016 betting had Jordan Spieth just shy of 5-1 at +450 for a payout potential of $450 on every $100 bet.
Bubba Watson had the next shortest odds at 5-1, Rickie Fowler was at +650 and both Dustin Johnson and Phil Mickelson were at 8-1.
The Masters 2016 payout odds are available courtesy of AceSportsbook.
Irish golfer Rory McIlroy had odds of winning The Masters 2016 set at 6-1. One would need to wager $10 to win $60.
McIlroy is a co-favorite to win this year’s Masters along with Jordan Spieth and Jason Day.
For the former world number one and first European to win three different majors, McIlroy is happy to come into this week’s tournament under the radar.
BetOnline and a number of other online sportsbooks have begun offering odds on the number of Major wins for 2016 for three of the world’s top golfers.
Gambling911.com has your odds to win the 2016 Houston Shell Open with betting available at BetDSI.com.
Jordan Spieth 6-1
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Carrie Stroup here with your odds to win the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-AM - Pebble Beach Golf Links – Pebble Beach, CA
The TOUR returns to California this week with the golfers set to play the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am at the iconic Pebble Beach Golf Links.
Carrie Stroup here with your Waste Management Phoenix Open 2016 betting odds
TPC Scottsdale – Scottsdale, AZ
Sportsbook.ag Odds to Win Tournament
“The Greatest Show on Grass” kicks off on Thursday when the TOUR heads to Scottsdale for the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
Carrie Stroup here with your 2016 CareerBuilder Challenge betting odds for this week’s PGA Golf.
PGA WEST TPC Stadium Course – La Quinta, CA
The PGA Tour exits Hawaii and heads to California for the CareerBuilder Challenge on Thursday.
Carrie Stroup here with your 2015 TOUR Championship betting odds This one takes place at East Lake Golf Club – Atlanta, GA
Sportsbook.ag Odds to win the Tournament
The golfers head to East Lake Golf Club on Thursday, as they’ll all be looking to win the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola. The TOUR Championship is the final event of the season and Jason Day will be looking to finish the year off as the No. 1 golfer.
You can find online bookie software catering to those throughout Western Wisconsin down to the three corners by Dubuque, Iowa.