Betting Splits For The 2021 Masters: The Top Ten

  • Dustin Johnson has +950 odds to win The Masters.
  • Johnson accounts for 6% of the betting handle and 6% of the total bets at DraftKings Sportsbook.
  • Jordan Spieth accounts for 12% of the handle ad 9% of the bets on The Masters.

LAS VEGAS - The Masters is here, and bettors all over the globe are already wagering on futures odds.

Bettors can take a look at the betting splits for online sportsbooks to see what the field looks like in terms of the action on them.

Let’s look at the odds, and then the betting splits provided by DraftKings Sportsbook.

The Masters Betting Odds

The Masters is a hotly contested event, and there’s not a clear frontrunner this year, but instead a large group of elite golfers at the top.

The 2021 Masters Odds To Win

  • Dustin Johnson +950
  • Justin Thomas +1050
  • Bryson DeChambeau +1050
  • Jon Rahm +1200
  • Jordan Spieth +1200
  • Rory McIlroy +1700
  • Patrick Cantlay +2200
  • Xander Schauffele +2500
  • Brooks Koepka +2800
  • Collin Morikawa +3000

Dustin Johnson leads the pack with +950 odds, but bettors aren’t exactly biting, with 6% of the handle at DraftKings and 6% of the total bets going on DJ.

Justin Thomas is next, at +1050, and he’s pulling in 11% of the handle and 8% of bets, a notable discrepancy. Tied with Thomas at +1050 is Bryson DeChambeau, who is pulling in 9% of the handle on only 5% of the bets.

Jon Rahm is next, at +1200, and the Spaniard accounts for 5% of the handle on 5% of the bets.

After Rahm is Jordan Spieth, also at +1200. Speith is a huge outlier - he accounts for 12% of the handle and 9% of the bets, the highest in both categories. Rory McIlroy’s +1700 odds put him next, and McIlroy is not a fan favorite this time around, with 3% of the handle and 3% of the bets.

Patrick Cantlay is next, at +2200 odds, with 4% of the handle and 3% of the bets.

Xander Schauffele clocks in with +2500 odds, and 4% of the handle with 3% of the bets.

Brooks Koepka has +2800 odds to win The Masters, and accounts for 5% of the handle and 5% of the bets. Finally, Collin Morikawa has +3000 odds to win The Masters, and also accounts for 5% of the handle and 5% of the bets.

Combined, these ten golfers account for 64% of the total handle on The Masters at DraftKings, and 52% of the total bets.

This demonstrates that big money bettors seem to have a bit more faith in the big names than the little names. Golf betting enthusiasts should keep this information in mind when perusing online sportsbooks for The Masters odds.

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