Mackenzie Hughes Masters 2023 Odds, History & Prediction (Hughes' Rough Stretch Continues at Augusta)

Mackenzie Hughes Masters 2023 Odds, History & Prediction (Hughes' Rough Stretch Continues at Augusta)


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 Mackenzie Hughes, who's never posted a top-30 finish at Augusta, staying in the mix has to be at the front of his mind.

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

Mackenzie Hughes Masters Odds & Prop Bets (Updated)

Round 3 Update: Mackenzie Hughes entered Round 3 in a cluster of players hovering within one or two shots of even par. He himself was at 1-over par, but now through his first few holes on Saturday, has dropped another stroke, leaving him currently 15 strokes back of the leader, Brooks Koepka.

Mackenzie Hughes has +39000 odds to win The Masters on FanDuel Sportsbook. This has him ranked No. 68 in the field, behind Francesco Molinari (+37000) and ahead of Kevin Na (+42000).

Here's a look at some of the other bets available on Mackenzie Hughes:



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Has Mackenzie Hughes Ever Won the Masters? (Best Finish, Results & History)

Mackenzie Hughes has never won The Masters, and his best finish was T40 in 2021. Here's a look at his full Masters results.


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Mackenzie Hughes Masters Prediction 2023

Mackenzie Hughes made headlines back in October when he took home the title at the Sanderson Farms Championship. It was the second PGA Tour victory of his career and his first in over five years. The 32-year-old enters Masters weekend on the back of a noticeably subpar stretch, though.

More 2023 Masters betting content from The Duel:

Hughes has missed the cut in four of his last seven tournaments and only posted one top-40 finish in the three tournaments where he did make the cut. Keep in mind he barely made the cut at Augusta last year before finishing T50. He's going to have to find a way to get ahead of other golfers early on.

I simply don't see that happening due to the fact that Hughes ranks 170th in Strokes Gained (SG): Off the Tee. He is constantly being forced to make up ground by sinking one clutch putt after another. It's hard to pass up backing Hughes to miss the cut (+120) given the payout it brings with plus odds.

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