Hideki Matsuyama 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.
Hideki Matsuyama Masters Odds
Hideki Matsuyama has +4400 odds to win The Masters in 2022. That has him tied for 15th in the entire field.
Has Hideki Matsuyama Ever Won The Masters?
Hideki Matsuyama has won The Masters one time in his career. He won the tournament in 2021, making him the defending champion this year.
Hideki Matsuyama Prop Bets
As for finishing position, Matsuyama is -140 to finish top-30, +145 to finish top-20, +360 to finish top-10 and +650 to finish top-five.
In match betting, Matsuyama is tied at -112 odds in his head-to-head matchup against Joaquin Niemann.
Hideki Matsuyama Masters History
Hideki Matsuyama has played in The Masters 10 times, making the cut in nine of those appearances. That includes finishing a trio of top-10 finishes.
Matsuyama's best single-round score in The Masters was a 65 in Round 3 in 2021. He also shot 71 or below in every round in 2015, when he finished with a personal best of 277 across four rounds.
Matsuyama has $3,462,534 in career Masters winnings.
Hideki Matsuyama Masters Prediction & Pick
Although his odds aren't the most favorable, there's plenty of reason to believe in him going all the way at the Augusta National once again.
For starters, Matsuyama has finished 19th or better in six of his last seven Masters appearances, which includes his title victory, as well as T-7 and fifth-place finishes as well.
Additionally, Matsuyama is one of a handful of golfers that have won multiple 2022 PGA TOUR events, scoring victories at the ZOZO Championship and Sony Open in Hawaii.
You can never count out a former championship, especially at such valuable odds, making a Hideki Matsuyama outright win (+4400) at the 2022 Masters the best bet.
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