Masters Live Betting: Discount DeChambeau At Online Sportsbooks

  • Now is the best time to live bet the Masters, as big names like Bryson DeChambeau are available for +1400 odds to win.
  • With the first round extending into Friday morning, there is great live betting value on names like Jon Rahm (+1400), Dylan Frittelli (+3300), and Patrick Cantlay (+4000).
  • There are plenty of longshots to pick up like Abraham Ancer (+6600), Collin Morikawa (+6600), Matthew Wolff (+8000), and Scottie Scheffler (+12500).

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Day one of the 2020 Masters got off to a slippery start, but ended with one of the more exciting leaderboards in recent major championship history.

Names like Tiger Woods, Justin Thomas, Dustin Johnson, Justin Rose, and Phil Mickelson all can be found in the top 10 after the first round was able to be fully completed.

Following the roughly three-hour rain delay Thursday morning, many of the afternoon groups at the Masters were forced to finish their rounds Friday morning due to the early Georgia sunset.

At the time of writing, the last of the first-round players are finishing up their rounds while the second round players have begun taking the course. This means it is the perfect time for Masters live bettors to capitalize on adjusted odds after the first round.

Bettors can find these live odds on all the major online sportsbooks, which are arranged here by leaderboard position. Needless to say, all of these odds and positions are subject to change as the tournament is live and underway.

Live Odds To Win The Masters (Leaderboard)

T-1 (-7)

  • Dustin Johnson +275
  • Paul Casey +1800
  • Dylan Frittelli +3300

4 (-6)

  • Sungjae Im +2800

T-5 (-5)

  • Justin Thomas +700
  • Xander Schauffele +1100
  • Justin Rose +2500
  • Webb Simpson +2500
  • Cameron Smith +3300

T-10 (-4)

  • Tiger Woods +1600
  • Hideki Matsuyama +2500
  • Patrick Reed +2800
  • Louis Oosthuizen +4000
  • Cameron Champ +4000
  • Phil Mickelson +5000
  • Lee Westwood +6600
  • Abraham Ancer +8000

T-18 (-3)

  • Jon Rahm +1400
  • Rickie Fowler +4000
  • Tony Finau +4000
  • Matt Wallace +12500
  • Sebastian Munoz +12500
  • Christiaan Bezuidenhout +15000
  • Bernhard Langer +20000
  • John Augenstein (A) +25000
  • Jazz Janewattananond +25000

T-27 (-2)

  • Bryson DeChambeau +1400
  • Jason Day +6600
  • Collin Morikawa +6600
  • Adam Scott +6600
  • Tommy Fleetwood +12500
  • Victor Perez +20000
  • Matt Kuchar +20000
  • Marc Leishman +25000
  • Billy Horschel +25000
  • CT Pan +40000
  • Larry Mize +100000

Other Notable Names

T-38 (-1)

  • Brooks Koepka +2800
  • Patrick Cantlay +5000
  • Matthew Wolff +8000
  • Scottie Scheffler +12500

T-71 (+2)

  • Rory McIlroy +12500
  • Bubba Watson +25000
  • Jordan Spieth +25000

With so many names in various positions, it can be overwhelming deciding who to choose. The biggest thing to focus on here is value, as a mediocre first-round score is easily able to overcome across the course of the tournament.

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Bryson DeChambeau and Jon Rahm are two players easily capable of dominating a day on the course and shooting up the leaderboard.

DeChambeau was already playing Augusta National like none ever have before on Thursday and could have easily been four or five under par if not for a brief trip into the trees on the 13th hole.

Meanwhile, Rahm had an up and down day as well, but is just a few days removed from hitting two hole-in-ones during the practice rounds. Rahm has shown he can rise through the pack as he did during the 2020 FedEx Cup Playoffs.

Both golfers are currently available for +1400.

A little further down the board value can be found in players like Dylan Frittelli (+3300), and Patrick Cantlay (+4000). Frittelli is tied for the lead after the first round and still is available for a great price while Cantlay is still in striking distance.

In terms of longshots with a chance, Abraham Ancer (+6600), Collin Morikawa (+6600), Matthew Wolff (+8000), and Scottie Scheffler (+12500) are the names that immediately jump off of the board.