Where Can I Bet The Masters Golf Tournament Online From My State?

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  • Tiger Woods gets the cold shoulder with zero states backing him to win

  • The red-hot Scottie Scheffler was selected by the highest number of states with 17

  • Jon Rahm selected by the second largest number of states


No matter which US state you reside in or happen to be visiting, it's easy to bet on this year's Masters Tournament courtesy of BetOnline (other options available to those living in NJ, PA and NV).  BetOnline offers a generous welcome bonus (max bonus $1000).

In a semi-scientific study conducted with geotagged Twitter data, America has picked its victor for the 2022 Masters Tournament.

Think it's Tiger Woods?  Guess again.

In fact, Woods did not “win” a single state from the Twitter data analysis.

Over the last month, BetOnline.ag tracked more than 90,000 tweets containing keyword phrases such as “win the Masters” and “Masters champ” and “green jacket.” The golfer associated with those phrases the most times in each state then “won” that particular state. 

The red-hot Scottie Scheffler was selected by the highest number of states with 17, including Georgia.  Oddly enough, his home state of Texas is going for Jordan Spieth. Scheffler has 18-1 Masters odds, via the website.

Jon Rahm, who is the favorite with 11-1 odds, came in second with nine states. The full breakdown is below.

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State Breakdown

Scottie Scheffler - 17 states

Jon Rahm - 9 states

Justin Thomas - 6 states

Cameron Smith - 6 states

Dustin Johnson - 5 states

Jordan Spieth - 5 states

Rory McIlroy - 1 state

Brooks Koepka - 1 state

Opening Futures Odds to Win

Jon Rahm    +900

Justin Thomas    +1200

Rory McIlroy    +1400

Cameron Smith    +1600

Scottie Scheffler    +1600

Jordan Spieth    +1200

Dustin Johnson    +1400

Collin Morikawa    +1200

Brooks Koepka    +1600

Patrick Cantlay    +2000

Viktor Hovland    +1800

Xander Schauffele    +2000

Bryson Dechambeau    +2800

Hideki Matsuyama    +3000

Will Zalatoris    +3300

Louis Oosthuizen    +4000

Daniel Berger    +4000

Sam Burns    +4000

Adam Scott    +5000

Joaquin Niemann    +5000

Shane Lowry    +5500

Tyrrell Hatton    +5800

Matthew Fitzpatrick    +6000

Paul Casey    +5500

Bubba Watson    +6600

Tiger Woods    +4500

Sung-Jae Im    +5000

Patrick Reed    +5000

Tony Finau    +4000

Corey Conners    +7000

Abraham Ancer    +7000

Tommy Fleetwood    +6600

Sergio Garcia    +6600

Marc Leishman    +6600

Justin Rose    +6000

Billy Horschel    +8000

Webb Simpson    +6600

Seamus Power    +10000

Si Woo Kim    +11000

Brian Harman    +12500

Max Homa    +10000

Harris English    +10000

Jason Kokrak    +10000

Lee Westwood    +10000

Gary Woodland    +10000

Robert MacIntyre    +9000

Tom Hoge    +12500

Matthew Wolff    +10000

Francesco Molinari    +10000

Christiaan Bezuidenhout    +12500

Kevin Kisner    +12500

Luke List    +12500

Sepp Straka    +12500

Kyong Hoon-Lee    +17500

Cameron Champ    +12500

Kevin Na    +14000

Danny Willett    +17500

Erik Van Rooyen    +15000

Lucas Herbert    +10000

Garrick Higgo    +10000

C.T. Pan    +20000

Ryan Palmer    +12500

Min Woo Lee    +12500

Cameron Davis    +15000

Keita Nakajima    +20000

Zach Johnson    +22500

Lucas Glover    +20000

Brendon Todd    +25000

Charl Schwartzel    +25000

Mackenzie Hughes    +22500

Stewart Cink    +25000

Guido Migliozzi    +22500

Hudson Swafford    +30000

Fred Couples    +80000

Bernhard Langer    +80000

Mike Weir    +80000

Vijay Singh    +80000

Aaron Jarvis    +80000

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