Printable Masters Pool for 2023 Field
The Masters has officially arrived in 2023. With golfers set to tee off at Augusta National on Thursday, April 6, fans around the world are full of anticipation. The Masters, from a betting perspective, is like the Super Bowl of golf. FanDuel Sportsbook is offering a bunch of various props, unique bets, and tons of more traditional ways to wager some money on the event.
Like March Madness, Masters pools have become increasingly popular among groups of friends, family, and even work colleagues.
Here at The Duel, we have done the leg work for you in creating a Masters pool for 2023. Our version is printable too, so you can bring it to a watch party and run the pool there, or pass the sheets out to anyone wanting to join in on the fun.
2023 Masters Pool Rules
The rules are simple. The entire field is separated into tiers, and ours are based on FanDuel Sportsbook's odds to win The Masters. There are six total tiers. For each of the first five tiers, everyone will select one golfer. In tier six, you will select three golfers.
Once the tournament has concluded, everyone will total up the scores of their six best golfers out of the eight originally selected. Just like on the course, the person with the lowest combined score wins! This format allows you to make a couple of mistakes and not worry about taking a flyer or two on some guys in tier six.
If you are forced to use a player that withdrew or missed the cut, then their Round 3 and Round 4 scores will both be counted as their highest score from any round they recorded. If you need to use a player that doesn't record a score at all because of withdrawal or disqualification (highly unlikely that happens to three of your players), then you will simply duplicate the score of your next worst golfer and count that toward your overall total.
So for example, if Rory McIlroy misses the cut while shooting 75 in Round 1 and 78 in Round 2, then you will count his Round 3 and Round 4 scores as 78 to reach his total for the pool.
2023 Printable Masters Pool
The printable version of the pool, listing all the players and the rules can be found at this link here.
Be sure to follow along at The Duel for all of our 2023 Masters coverage throughout the week.
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