Here Are The Betting Futures For The Masters 2016, A LOT Of Players Are Steals So Think Before You Bet


We’re roughly six weeks out from The 2016 Masters Tournament, the first and arguably most prestigious of the 4 major championships in golf. Even though we’re this far out Bovada has already released futures for the 2016 Masters, as well as 2016 US Open, Open Championship, and PGA Championship.

If you’re like me then you don’t necessarily need to bet on golf to make watching it more interesting, but it certainly makes the action a lot more interesting.

Below are the futures for the field that will be competing at this year’s Masters Tournament, and there are some major steals if you’re looking to take some long shots. Personally I think this is the year that Brooks Koepka breaks out in the Majors. Brooks finished tied for 33rd at last year’s Masters Tournament and then went on to finish tied for 10th at the Open Championship and tied for 5th at the PGA Championship. Given those stellar results last year I think Brooks Koepka’s successfully proven that he doesn’t crumble in majors, and I’m looking for him to have a break out year starting with the 2016 Masters Tournament.

The Masters 2016 Futures/Odds

Jordan Spieth+500
Rory McIlroy+600
Jason Day+700
Bubba Watson+1400
Dustin Johnson+1600
Rickie Fowler+1600
Justin Rose+2500
Phil Mickelson+1800
Adam Scott+2500
Hideki Matsuyama+2500
Henrik Stenson+2800
Tiger Woods+3300
Patrick Reed+3300
Jimmy Walker+4000
Brooks Koepka+4000
Branden Grace+4500
Brandt Snedeker+4500
Justin Thomas+5000
Matt Kuchar+5000
Paul Casey+5000
Sergio Garcia+5000
Louis Oosthuizen+5500
Zach Johnson+6600
Charl Schwartzel+5000

Kevin Kisner+6600
Marc Leishman+7500
Jason Dufner+7500
Victor Dubuisson+8000
Jim Furyk+8000
Keegan Bradley+8000
Lee Westwood+8000
Matthew Fitzpatrick+8000
Ian Poulter+9000
Martin Kaymer+9000
Harris English+10000
Hunter Mahan+10000
J.B. Holmes+10000
Kevin Na+10000
Luke Donald+10000
Ryan Moore+10000
Ryan Palmer+10000
Shane Lowry+10000
Gary Woodland+10000
Bill Haas+10000
Billy Horschel+10000
Danny Lee+10000
Emiliano Grillo+10000
David Lingmerth+10000
Bryson Dechambeau+12500
Webb Simpson+12500
Jamie Donaldson+12500
Jonas Blixt+10000
Kevin Streelman+12500
Kiradech Aphibarnrat+12500
Nick Watney+12500
Russell Henley+12500
Russell Knox+12500
Graeme McDowell+12500
Graham Delaet+12500
Angel Cabrera+12500
Brendon Todd+12500
Charley Hoffman+12500
Chris Kirk+12500
Daniel Willett+7500
Anirban Lahiri+15000
Steve Stricker+15000
Robert Streb+15000
Bernd Wiesberger+15000
Ernie Els+15000
Andy Sullivan+17500
Thongchai Jaidee+20000
Miguel Angel Jimenez+20000
Padraig Harrington+20000
Scott Piercy+20000
Fred Couples+20000
Vijay Singh+40000

Also, I’m liking Dustin Johnson this year as well. He’s married to the complete smokeshow Paulina Gretzky, he’s got a one-year-old son, and everything in his life seems to be in perfect harmony. Usually when you see a guy whose life is going as well as Dustin’s is right now that means he’s posed for a breakout year (though Dustin’s not necessarily a steal at +1600). i’m also digging Jonas Blixt at +10000 and Webb Simpson at +12500, I’m not sure why I just have a hunch here.

And if you prefer the visual approach, here’s the grid from Bovada:

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Bovada


With six weeks to go still until the 2016 Masters Tournament this means you can either get your bets in now, taking advantage of the potentially favorable odds six weeks out. However, getting your bets in now will also mean that you won’t be able to use the results of the next five PGA tournaments, results that will certainly change these futures/odds.

And just because Bovada’s already released them, here are the futures for the other major tournaments:

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Bovada


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Bovada


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Bovada


Now if you’re ready to get on the action you can head on over to Bovada and place your wager!