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Masters’ Choice 2021: Top Six Bets on Accessories

Betting on props is a lot of fun to bet and gives us side action other than just betting to win it all. The Masters is always a show, and there are a ton of prop bets available. I’ve reviewed them all and present my favorites to you, along with a few picks.

One is more about being fun to cheer on (and it’s probably not a bet you want to risk a lot on), while others may be worth slightly bigger bets.


Best bets and picks for masters 2021

* Odds via DraftKings Sportsbook, unless otherwise stated

Will there be a hole in one in the final round (Yes +125, BetMGM)

Here’s a fun bet to look out for. I know it sounds crazy, but hole in one has happened a number of times at the Masters, especially at hole 16. In 2019, Justin Thomas and Bryson DeChambeau both made the 16th par 3. Placement of pins will be fine on sunday, so i like the more money bet here.

MORE BETQL: Best Hard Bets Masters, Sleepers

Best Head-to-Head Match

John Rahm (-129) vs. Rory McIlroy Round 1 (no bet tie)

Rahm will be there next Sunday, while I’m out of Rory this weekend. McIlroy being one of my favorite fades for this event, I like Rahm there. I would be willing to pay a little juice here to get the “tie no bet” in case that happens.

Jordan Spieth Top-10 (+125)

Not a juicy number here, but it sounds like a “safe” bet to me. There is no one left in the area to come to this tournament. Spieth is on fire when it comes to key metrics, and he’s had great success at Augusta in the past. He’ll be in contention next Sunday, but it’s just hard to win tournaments in consecutive weeks. At plus-money, I like the value here.

Leader after the first round: Jordan Spieth (+1800) & Patrick Reed (+3300)

For the same reasons mentioned above, I love Spieth here to lead after the first round. I also think a 33-1 odds on a former Reed champion is worth a pinch.

Best English player: Matthew Fitzpatrick (+400)

I think Fitzpatrick has a real shot at winning it all this weekend, so I love the prize. He plays golf really well, and his “Strokes Won: Total Count” are awesome. He should be able to eliminate the rest of his English compatriots this week.

That’s it for you guys. Good luck this weekend!

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