Tony Finau The Masters 2022 Odds, History & Predictions

Tony Finau The Masters 2022 Odds, History & Predictions


The Valero Texas Open was the final stop on the 2022 PGA Tour before The Masters Tournament in Augusta, Georgia.

Legacies are made at Augusta, and there are few things as meaningful in the golf world as taking home a green jacket.

So naturally, FanDuel Sportsbook already has tons of odds and prop bets available for The Masters in 2022.

Tony Finau Masters Odds

Tony Finau has +4900 odds to win The Masters in 2022. That has him sitting 18th in the entire field.

Has Tony Finau Ever Won The Masters?

Tony Finau has never won The Masters. His best finish came in 2019 when he finished T-5.

Tony Finau Masters Prop Bets

As for finishing position, Finau is -120 to finish top-30, +170 to finish top-20, +450 to finish top-10 and +1300 to finish top-five.

In match betting, Finau is a +112 head-to-head underdog against Tyrrell Hatton, who is a -142 underdog.

Tony Finau Masters History

Tony Finau has played in The Masters four times, making the cut in each appearance. That includes three top-10 finishes

Finau's best single-round score in The Masters was a 64 in Round 3 in 2019. He also shot 72 or below in each round in 2019, when he finished with a personal best of 277 across four rounds.

Finau has $1,039,538 in career Masters winnings.

Tony Finau Masters Prediction & Pick

Although Finau has seen a lot of success at the Augusta National Golf Course, his play on the 2022 PGA TOUR may have bettors thinking twice about putting money on him.

Finau has just one top-25 finish to his name this season despite entering 11 events. That finish came when he placed T-19 at the Sentry Tournament of Champions — nearly three months ago.

Having said that, Finau's performances have improved in each of his last two outings. Combine that with his past Masters history and it's hard to fade him just yet (even if recent result say otherwise).

Erring on the side of caution due to recent play, a Tony Finau top-10 finish (+450) at the 2022 Masters seems like the safest bet.

Devon Platana is not a FanDuel employee. The views expressed in his articles are the author's alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of FanDuel.