The Masters Tournament Betting Odds at Augusta National Golf Club Field Lines

US Masters Tournament Betting 2019 Promo Bonus Code

The Masters Tournament Golf Odds

Augusta National Golf Club
Augusta, GA
April 4-7, 2019
Purse: $10,000,000
Par: 72
Length: 7,435

There is no event quite like the Masters. Once inside the gates of Augusta National, golf fans witness first hand the beauty, grandeur and storied history that is the Masters Golf Tournament.

US Masters 2019 Golf Betting Promo Code

For over 60 years the world's best golfers have gathered at Augusta to lay claim to the most coveted prize in all of golf; the notorious Green Jacket. By doing so, one by one, the sport's greatest legends stamp their names into the annuls of golf history to be forever immortalized as Masters Champions.

The 2019 Masters Golf Tournament will once again mark the pinnacle of another great PGA Tour season. An expected 16 million people will tune in via television to see Phil Mickelson defend his title. Live PGA Masters Golf Odds!

Some US Masters Golf History

One Of two owners, Bob Jones always dreamed of a course that would take advantage of the natural landscape of the area, and create beauty that all could behold. He found the perfect land in Augusta and hired Scottish golf course architect Dr. Alister Mackenzie to design the course. The longest hole is #2, with its 575 yards and a par 5. It is said to be very difficult, but perhaps not as difficult as hole 13, with the water hazard that protects the green. The tournament is always played at Augusta National, in Augusta, Georgia.

The Masters Golf Green Jacket

In addition to a cash award, the winner of the tournament is presented with a distinctive green jacket, awarded since 1949, and highly coveted among professional golfers. The green coat is actually the official coat worn by members of Augusta National while on the club grounds; each Masters winner becomes an honorary member of the club. Winners keep their jacket for the first year after their first victory, then return it to the club to wear during tournament week each following year. The tradition that began in 1949, when Sam Snead was the winner. The Green Jacket is only allowed to be removed from Augusta National by the reigning champion, after which it must remain at the club. The only exception to this rule is Gary Player, who failed to return his jacket after his 1961 victory, despite the club's insistence that he do so.

US Masters Results

2018 US Masters Winner Patrick Reed

Patrick Reed wins at Augusta for first major title. Reed wins his first Green Jacket after holding off Jordan Spieth and Rickie Fowler. He carded a final round of 71 at Augusta National to finish 15 under par and a shot ahead of Fowler, with 2015 champion Spieth another stroke back after an astonishing challenge faltered at the last.

2017 US Masters Winner Sergio Garcia

Sergio Garcia already has his major, the most famous, the Masters of Augusta. Danny Willett put on his Green Jacket. Enter the Olympus of the best. Play big 74 has needed, but it is here. "I do not know what it could mean to be with my idols Seve and Olazabal at the top of Spanish golf." Well, you know, the day that would have turned 60 Seve Ballesteros. April 9 will also be remembered as the date when Sergio, 37, broke a curse that lasted almost two decades, since in 1999 he was second in the PGA with 19 and fighting with Tiger. In the playoff, for more magic.

2016 US Masters Winner Danny Willet

Danny Willett claimed a shock Masters win with a superb five-under-par 67 as 2015 champion Jordan Spieth crumbled during a thrilling final round. Willett is one of the golf's rising stars, having climbed from outside the top 100 to inside the top 10 in less than two years.

2015 US Masters Winner Jordan Spieth

Jordan Spieth smashes records to win first major title at Augusta. He might not yet be the next Tiger Woods, but Jordan Spieth served notice to the golfing world with a record-breaking first major victory at the Masters.

2014 US Masters Winner Bubba Watson

Bubba Watson joins an illustrious list. The stellar names who have won this famous tournament more than once include Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Tiger Woods, Tom Watson, Sam Snead, Gary Player, Ben Hogan and Seve Ballesteros.

2013 US Masters Winner Adam Scott

2013 US Masters Winner

Adam Scott holed a 20-footer for birdie on the 18th hole of regulation that put him into a playoff with Angel Cabrera, and then won his first major championship Sunday with a 12-foot birdie putt on the second extra hole.

2012 US Masters Winner Bubba Watson

2012 US Masters Winner

Bubba Watson wins 2012 US Masters at Augusta National by a miracle shot at the second play-off hole to beat South Africa’s Louis Oosthuizen. Playing together in the second-last pairing, Watson and Oosthuizen had finished at 10-under par for the tournament on another amazing Augusta Sunday. Four players finished tied for third - the overnight leaders Phil Mickelson (72) and Peter Hanson (73), Matt Kuchar (69) and the perennial near-miss man Lee Westwood (68).

2011 US Masters Winner Charl Schwartzel

2011 US Masters Winner

Charl Schwartzel, 26, became the first player to birdie the final four holes to claim the Green Jacket. In his second appearance at Augusta National Golf Club.

Schwartzel shot 6-under-par 66 for a 274 total, 14-under. It was two shots better than Day (68) and Scott (67), just when it looked like one of the Australians might end their country's drought.

2010 US Masters Winner Phil Mickelson

2010 US Masters Winner

In 17 visits to Augusta, Mickelson has finished in the top 10 on 13 occasions, winning three green jackets.

The victory gave Mickelson his fourth major title. He might have had many more had he been able in his youth to contain his appetite for risk. Before he broke into the winner's enclosure, Mickelson had clocked up eight top-three finishes. In total his career record shows six second places, five at the US Open, and six thirds.

  • Bookmaker
  • Bet DSI
  • Gamblers Palace
  • Visit Costa Rica

US CITIZENS: The information contained herein is for entertainment and news matter only. Any use of this information in violation of federal, state and local law is strictly prohibited. Offers by offshore sportsbooks advertising on this site are void in states where prohibited by law. Please check with your local or state enforcement agency.

Sportsbook Lines

Golf Gambling