The Masters 2016 Payout Odds: Excitement of the Masters Tournament

Written by:
Mary Montgomery
Published on:
Apr/04/2016
The Masters 2016 Payout Odds: Excitement of the Masters Tournament

The Masters 2016 payout odds are available courtesy of AceSportsbook.

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It is finally that time of year again, when all the best Golfers in the world come to tee off for the first Golf Major of the year, at the historic Augusta National Golf Club Masters Tournament. Unlike the other Golf Majors, this is the only one that is held at the same place each year in Georgia. The Masters was started by Clifford Roberts and Bobby Jones in 1934.

It also has the uniquely celebrated tradition of the winner being awarded the illustrious Green Jacket (Since 1949), which must be returned to the clubhouse one year after the champions victory. However it still belongs to the winner, and is stored with the other past Champions' Jackets in a specially designated cloakroom.

Jack Nicklaus has won the most Masters, with a total of 6 between the years of 1963 and 1986. After Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Tiger Woods each have won 4 times. Five other players have won the Masters 3 times, Jimmy Demaret, Sam Snead, Gary Player, Nick Faldo, and Phil Mickelson. (Gary Player was the first non-American player to win the tournament in 1961.)

Whenever there is a heavily publicized sporting event, there is also a heavy amount of betting done on the event. Some of the best pay per head services already have a bunch of betting props for The Masters Tournament. One of the top pay per head services is AcePerHead.com and they have a numerous amount of props for The Maters Tournament, such as Odds to win, head to head player matchups for the full tournament and each round, Nationality of Winner, Top Left Hander, Top Amateur, Top Argentinian, Top Asian, Top Australian, Top Continental European, Top Debutant, Top Englishman, Top European, Top Frenchman, Top Great Britain and Irish, Top German, Top Irish, Top Past Masters Winner, Top South African, Top Scottish, Top Senior, Top Spaniard, Top Swedish, Top Thai, Top Welshman, Top USA, Top Rest of the World, End of Round 1 Leader, End of Round 2 Leader, Wire to Wire Winner, Jason Day, Jordan Speith, and Rory Mcilroy prop specials, Hole in One props, and Top 5 finishers.

ODDS TO WIN THE MASTERS 2016 - ALL IN

 
 

65001

JORDAN SPIETH

+600

 

65002

RORY MCILROY

+700

 

65003

JASON DAY

+600

 

65004

BUBBA WATSON

+1000

 

65005

TIGER WOODS

 
 

65006

DUSTIN JOHNSON

+1500

 

65007

PHIL MICKELSON

+1500

 

65008

JUSTIN ROSE

+2000

 

65009

RICKIE FOWLER

+1200

 

65010

ADAM SCOTT

+1000

 

65011

HENRIK STENSON

+2300

 

65012

JIMMY WALKER

+4500

 

65013

HIDEKI MATSUYAMA

+3000

 

65014

SERGIO GARCIA

+3000

 

65015

PATRICK REED

+3000

 

65016

MATT KUCHAR

+5000

 

65017

PAUL CASEY

+5000

 

65018

LOUIS OOSTHUIZEN

+2000

 

65019

BROOKS KOEPKA

+4000

 

65020

BRANDT SNEDEKER

+3000

 

65021

CHARL SCHWARTZEL

+2500

 

65022

ZACH JOHNSON

+4000

 

65023

OTHERS ON REQUEST

 

- Mary Montgomery, Gamblinig911.com  

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