Cameron Young Masters 2023 Odds, History & Prediction (Expectations Set Too High This Weekend)

Cameron Young Masters 2023 Odds, History & Prediction (Expectations Set Too High This Weekend)


With the 2023 Valero Texas Open behind us, the golf world's attention is now officially turned to The Masters.

There's no more prestigious event in golf, and winning The Masters can solidify a golfer's legacy. For someone like Cameron Young, having never made the cut at Augusta, improving has to be on the front of his mind.

Here's everything you need to know about Cameron Young's Masters odds and history heading into the 2023 event.

Cameron Young Masters Odds & Prop Bets (Updated)

Round 3 Update: Cameroun Young has +3300 odds to win The Masters heading into Round 3, which are almost identical to his pre-tournament odds. Sitting T6 on the leadboard, he also has the exact same T6 ranking on the odds board.

Cameron Young has +3200 odds to win The Masters on FanDuel Sportsbook. This has him ranked No. 13 in the field, just ahead of Max Homa (+3400) and behind three golfers with +2800 odds.

Here's a look at some of the other bets available on Cameron Young:



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Has Cameron Young Ever Won the Masters? (Best Finish, Results & History)

Cameron Young has never won The Masters. Here's a look at his lone appearance at Augusta in 2022.


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Cameron Young Masters Prediction 2023

Cameron Young is a rising pro on the PGA Tour given he has posted a top-10 finish in nine of his 34 career appearances. However, he has been far from perfect in the 2022-23 campaign. Young has tallied four top-20 finishes in nine events, but has also placed outside the top 50 golfers three times.

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Inconsistency is a worrisome trait to have in a sport where athletes regularly capitalize on momentum to earn wins. Young made his Masters debut in 2022, missing the cut after posting a score of 77 in each of the first two rounds. He is still fairly inexperienced compared to the rest of this year's field.

Young also ranks outside the top 45 golfers in terms of Strokes Gained (SG): Total this season. While the 25-year-old has shown promise at times, this is the grandest stage of them all and backing a top-20 finish would mean taking on -135 juiced odds. It's best to avoid Young entirely over the weekend.

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