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Many, including us, think Scheffler is a rock solid favorite this week and worth his skinny +450 outright winner odds. We’ve put up two in case the world number one falters, but there’s perhaps far more value in the other markets.

Ahead of the tournament start, tomorrow at 8am ET in what could be tricky conditions, we have three bets from across alternative markets, including a couple of top finish picks and first round leader.

TOP 20 FINISH: ADAM HADWIN (+400, DraftKings)

Hadwin made back-to-back Masters appearances in 2017-18, logging T36-T24, clearly unfazed by the course or the experience. His only Augusta start since was in the rearranged 2020 edition, which is easy to strike a line through given the nature of that event, even still he was only a shot off making the cut.

Despite not putting up a victory since 2017, Hadwin looks better than ever when putting in his better performances, which suggest he has the skillset to battle it out with the very elite.

In nine starts this year, the Canadian has registered three finishes inside the top six and has only missed three cuts. If he can find the better side of his game, which is far more often than not, expect him to be in amongst the higher end of the leaderboard over the weekend.

The Canuck has also been handed a preferable tee time on Thursday, going off just before midday ET, when hopefully the predicted early difficult conditions have eased.


Three Masters starts over 10 years has yielded; T6-T44-T21. An impressive set of Augusta finishes for a player who’s done most of his playing, and all of his winning (15 titles), outside of the U.S.

Shortly after his T21 here in 2019, Olesen ran into a bit of personal trouble, taking effect on his golf for a few years. In May 2022 the journey back to his prime resumed with a British Masters victory. Since then he’s been no stranger to the top 10 in events across the world.

After a remarkable start to the year in the Middle East, registering form figures of T8-T21-1, Olesen failed to convert his form to PGA TOUR events, until last week. The T14 in the Valero Texas Open looked more like the Olesen we should see at Augusta.

The Dane has length off the tee and showed in Texas he can mix it with the leading contenders in approach play. If it all comes together on a course he clearly enjoys then a top 10 finish is not out of his reach.


Conditions are very different to when DJ put up a ridiculous -20 to win the 2020 Masters, but that experience has given the big hitting American a different course perspective to many in the field.

At the close of the opening round, Johnson was T4 in 2019, leading in 2020 and T3 in 2022. The calmness he possesses is clearly pivotal in the approach to take this course on early in the tournament.

With Scheffler, Rahm and McIlroy teeing off much earlier in the day, conditions may not be particularly favorable and a good score late could grab the lead. DJ tees off in the very last group, over three hours after the trio expected to contend at the top of the leaderboard.

Whilst Johnson hasn’t been at his peak in his last few LIV tournaments, he’s been playing his game, finishing mid-pack, and is coming off a T5-1 to start the year. He’s shown more than enough form to suggest he’s ready for the first major of the season.

All odds listed from DraftKings, as of Wednesday April 10.

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