Dustin Johnson and Jon Rahm Take Lead in Odds as The Masters Heads Into the Weekend

David Kaestle
Dustin Johnson and Jon Rahm at the TOUR Championship - Round Two.
Dustin Johnson and Jon Rahm at the TOUR Championship - Round Two. / Sam Greenwood/Getty Images

Dustin Johnson came out firing during Round 2 of the Masters, and quickly put himself out in front on both the leaderboard and in the odds. As Round 2 winds down, Johnson is tied for the lead at 9-under par with Justin Thomas, Abraham Ancer and Cameron Smith.

However, when you take a look at the odds, Johnson has the best odds at +470 to win, but is tied with Jon Rahm, who sits at -7 with seven holes left to play in Round 2, as of the writing of this article.

Following those two in the odds are Thomas (+550), Patrick Cantlay (+1200), Hideki Matsuyama (+1600), Louis Oosthuizen (+1600), Smith (+2000), Patrick Reed (+2000) and Ancer (+2700).

Since there are still players left out on the course to finish their second round, the leaderboard and odds are certain to change by day's end, but this will still provide a pretty good picture of what to expect as they head into moving day and the weekend at Augusta National.

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