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.
Brooks Koepka Masters Odds
Brooks Koepka has +2000 odds to win The Masters in 2022. That has him tied for seventh in the entire field.
Has Brooks Koepka Ever Won The Masters?
Brooks Koepka has never won The Masters. His best finish came in 2020 when he finished T-2nd in 2019.
Brooks Koepka Masters Prop Bets
As for finishing position, Koepka is -220 to finish top-30, -150 to finish top-20, +190 to finish top-10 and +360 to finish top-five.
In match betting, Koepka is a +120 head-to-head underdog against Rory McIlroy, who is a -152 favorite.
Brooks Koepka Masters History
Brooks Koepka has played in The Masters six times, making the cut in five of those appearances. That includes finishing four top-25 performances.
Koepka's best single-round score in The Masters was a 66 in Round 1 in 2019. He also shot 71 or below in all four rounds in 2019, when he finished with a personal best of 276 across four rounds.
Koepka has $1,630,284 in career Masters winnings.
Brooks Koepka Masters Prediction & Pick
Although Koepka has been impressive in his previous Masters appearances, his 2022 PGA TOUR has been a mixed bag.
He started off the season on the wrong foot, failing to make the cut in three of his first six events. While he's been cut twice since then, he's finished T-16th or better in four of his last six appearances, which include T-5 and T-3 showings.
Nevertheless, Koepka will need to bounce back in a big way after last year's unfortunate performance in Augusta. He failed to make the cut after recording a total score of 149 in the first two rounds, so it's understandable if bettors are hesitant to align with him just yet.
Erring on the side of caution due to recent play, a Brooks Koepka top-10 finish (+190) at the 2022 Masters seems like the best bet.
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