The beauty of betting on the Masters, other than Ladbrokes giving money back if your selections don’t make the cut, is profits can be spun in several different ways, not just by guessing the identity of the winner.
Guessing which players will finish inside the top 10 places at Augusta National may not offer as big a potential bounty, but some digging around in the history books can help scope some brilliant-looking bets out all the same.
Besides, if Grand Slam-chasing Rory McIlroy gets his act together as we all know he can, then this market will be where it’s at.
In a search for some stonking value we have avoided many of the men near the very top of the betting, and looking at previous Masters form we’ve weeded out our top 10, top-10 picks.
Although it stands to reason that players should be carrying some semblance of current form into the first Major of the season, Augusta National is a unique beast.
By their own admission, players either get it or they don’t, and the vast majority fall into the latter category.
Here are some players who clearly do and from this shortlist an Englishman by the name of Lee Westwood gets the biggest seal of approval, while the evergreen Fred Couples also rates a punt of real interest at huge odds of 12/1.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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