Jordan Spieth Seen as Providing Tremendous Value at 11/1

Published on April 4th, 2018 10:21 am EST
Written By: Dave Manuel

Golf Masters 2018 - Betting Odds - Favourites to win. All eyes are on Tiger Woods this week at the 2018 Masters, which is good news for those punters that are searching for value.

Much has been made about Tiger Woods' chances of winning the 2018 Masters - while he has certainly been playing much better golf as of late, Woods will still have to navigate through a very tough field that includes the likes of Spieth, McIlroy and Johnson. Sure, Woods seems to be nicely recovering from his back issues, though the bright spotlight on Tiger is opening up some interesting value propositions in the rest of the field.

Punters have been especially focused on two players - Jordan Spieth at 11/1 and Justin Thomas at 12/1.

According to multiple reports, these two players are proving to be the most popular with punters heading into this weekend.

Spieth has played exceptionally well at the Masters over the course of his short career, as he already has three top 5 finishes, including a win and two seconds. Despite his young age, Spieth is almost a certainty to be challenging for the top spot in this tournament.

Justin Thomas, on the other hand, is coming off of the best year of his young professional career, as he booked 5 wins in 2017, including a win in the PGA Championship. Thomas finished at the top of the money list in 2017 and was third in scoring, making him a great bet to continue his strong play into this weekend's Masters.


Tiger Woods is listed at 15/1 to win the Masters at most sports books as of this moment. While Woods is certainly a feel-good story, there are numerous players that likely have a better chance to win the Masters, including the likes of Spieth and Thomas.

Momentum reigns supreme in the game of golf, and I would likely look to back players that have done very well as of late, including the likes of Justin Thomas.

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