The Masters Betting Odds Update: Matsuyama Leads The Field

  • The final round of The Masters kicks off on Sunday.
  • Hideki Matsuyama took a four stroke lead on Saturday.
  • Matsuyama has -120 odds to win the tournament.

AUGUSTA, Ga. - Sunday marks the last day of The Masters, and the scoreboards and odds boards have shaped up.

Hideki Matsuyama has taken a serious lead over the field on the odds boards after shooting a -7 in round three to take first place.

Matsuyama is a big favorite, but there are still others in contention to win The Masters in 2021.

The Masters 2021 Betting

The Masters has been an eventful tournament, and the third round shook up everything in terms of what the futures odds look like on the online sportsbooks.

The Masters 2021 Odds - After The Third Round

  • Hideki Matsuyama -120
  • Xander Schauffele +500
  • Justin Rose +900
  • Marc Leishman +1000
  • Will Zalatoris +1000
  • Jordan Spieth +1600
  • Corey Conners +2200
  • Brian Harman +10000

Hideki Matsuyama leads the odds boards, and deserves to, with his amazing -7 in the third round taking him to -11 in total.

This puts him four shots ahead of his closest competition on the leaderboards, Will Zalatoris, Justin Rose, Marc Leishman, and Xander Schauffele. Schauffele comes out far ahead of the others based on his overall skill level - he’s regarded as a better player than the other three, and he had a far better round three.

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Justin Rose clocks in with +900 odds, also tied for second place at -7, and the closest of the group of tied people to Schauffele. Marc Leishman sits alongside Will Zalatoris at the bottom of the group of golfers tied for second place.

The focal point of these odds is, of course, Matsuyama, who is far ahead of even his closest competition.

With only one more round to play, an excellent third round in the bag, and a four stroke lead on the competition, Matsuyama is in a position to take home a win at The Masters in 2021.

Golf betting enthusiasts still have fairly decent odds on Matsuyama, however, given how far ahead he is entering the final round. Whether or not they choose to jump on those -120 odds is up to them.

The final round of The Masters kicks off at 2:00 p.m. EST, and is available on CBS.