Masters 2020 betting odds: Brooks Koepka is the (very early) favorite

July 22, 2019

Another major championship has come and gone. Shane Lowry captured the Open Championship last weekend at Royal Portrush, and he will be celebrating that victory for the foreseeable future.

Now the next major — the Masters — is 262 days away. (But who’s counting?!) Defending champion Tiger Woods will presumably be there to attempt to repeat. Brooks Koepka will be seeking his sixth-consecutive top-5 finish at majors — and his first green jacket — when he steps on the course. Rory McIlroy will enter with a five-year major drought hanging over his head, along with the pressure to finally complete his career grand slam.

Who says it’s too early to get excited? The oddsmakers surely don’t think so.

They released full odds for the 2020 Masters, and there are several surprises. First, Vegas isn’t too keen on Lowry’s chances at back-to-back major titles, listing him at 80/1, the same odds he carried just before the Open at Portrush. Koepka, unsurprisingly, slots in as the early odds-on favorite. Tiger and Dustin Johnson trail closely behind him at 12/1, with McIlroy and Jordan Spieth at 14/1.

Other notable names include young-guns Matthew Wolff (100/1) and Viktor Hovland (80/1) getting some deserved respect. Phil Mickelson checks in at 60/1 after cracking just one top-50 in the four majors this year. Lee Westwood is listed at 150/1 after his resurgent Open performance.

Below are the full odds, nine months out, via Golfodds.com for each player listed at 100-1 or better for the 2020 Masters. It can’t come soon enough.

2020 Masters odds

Brooks Koepka 10/1
Tiger Woods 12/1
Dustin Johnson 12/1
Rory McIlroy 14/1
Jordan Spieth 14/1
Justin Rose 16/1
Rickie Fowler 20/1
Justin Thomas 20/1
Jon Rahm 20/1
Jason Day 25/1
Tommy Fleetwood 25/1
Xander Schauffele 25/1
Patrick Cantlay 25/1
Bryson DeChambeau 30/1
Francesco Molinari 30/1
Tony Finau 30/1
Hideki Matsuyama 40/1
Bubba Watson 40/1
Adam Scott 40/1
Matt Kuchar 40/1
Paul Casey 50/1
Phil Mickelson 60/1
Patrick Reed 60/1
Louis Oosthuizen 60/1
Henrik Stenson 60/1
Marc Leishman 60/1
Gary Woodland 60/1
Webb Simpson 80/1
Matt Wallace 80/1
Matthew Wolff 80/1
Shane Lowry 80/1
Ian Poulter 100/1
Cameron Smith 100/1
Charley Hoffman 100/1
Matthew Fitzpatrick 100/1
Tyrrell Hatton 100/1
Viktor Hovland 100/1
Sergio Garcia 100/1
Kevin Kisner 100/1

Tiger Woods celebrates with the green jacket after winning the 2019 Masters.
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