Kurt Kitayama Masters 2023 Odds, History & Prediction (Kitayama Looks to be Latest Debutant to Impress)

Kurt Kitayama Masters 2023 Odds, History & Prediction (Kitayama Looks to be Latest Debutant to Impress)


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 Kurt Kitayama, having never played at Augusta, putting together a solid effort has to be at the front of his mind.

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

Kurt Kitayama Masters Odds & Prop Bets

Kurt Kitayama has +12000 odds to win The Masters on FanDuel Sportsbook. This has him tied for No. 33 in the field alongside golfers such as Bryson DeChambeau, Sahith Theegala and Aaron Wise.

Here's a look at some of the other bets available on Kurt Kitayama:



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Has Kurt Kitayama Ever Won the Masters? (Best Finish, Results & History)

Kurt Kitayama has never won The Masters. In fact, the 30-year-old has not played at The Masters prior to the 2023 Tournament.

Kurt Kitayama Masters Prediction 2023

The 2022-23 PGA Tour has been a massive hit-or-miss campaign for Kitayama. The American pro has failed to post a top-40 finish in five of his 10 tournaments, but he has also earned a runner-up finish at The CJ Cup in South Carolina (October) and an outright win at the Arnold Palmer Invitational (March).

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Kitayama's recent success is going to make him a popular long-shot option for bettors. It's best to be careful, though. Kitayama ranks outside the top 50 golfers in Stroke Gained (SG): Total and is playing at Augusta for the first time in his career. Nerves and inexperience are obstacles he has to overcome.

It's not like past golfers haven't gotten close or even won the Masters on their first try. Will Zalatoris was the latest debutant to make an impression by finishing second in 2021. Kitayama has shown he is ready to take the next step, yet backing a top-40 finish (-120) has the most value in this situation.

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