Jon Rahm Masters 2023 Odds, History & Prediction (Strong Performance Overshadows Last Year's Shortcomings)
With the 2023 Valero Texas Open behind us, the golf world's attention is now officially turned to The Masters.
There's no more prestigious event in golf, and winning The Masters can solidify a golfer's legacy. A lot of eyes at Augusta will be on Jon Rahm, who's made a name for himself by making deep runs at the Masters Tournament. Will this be the year he finally wins it all?
Here's everything you need to know about Jon Rahm's Masters odds and history heading into the 2023 event.
Jon Rahm Masters Odds & Prop Bets (Updated)
Round 3 Update: Through two rounds, Jon Rahm is the favorite to win The Masters heading into Round 3, at +125 on FanDuel Sportsbook. That puts him solidly ahead of Brooks Koepka (+155), while nobody else has odds better than even +1800 despite Rahm sitting two strokes back of Koepka after finishing his second round with a bogey.
Jon Rahm has +950 odds to win The Masters on FanDuel Sportsbook. This has him sitting at No. 3 in the field, within striking distance of Scottie Scheffler (+700) and Rory McIlroy (+750).
Here's a look at some of the other bets available on Jon Rahm:
Has Jon Rahm Ever Won the Masters? (Best Finish, Results & History)
Jon Rahm has never won The Masters, and his best finish was fourth in 2018. Here's a look at his full Masters results:
Jon Rahm Masters Prediction 2023
Although Jon Rahm has never won the Masters, it'll be harder to find a more consistent golfer than him at Augusta. The Spanish phenom has never placed worse than T27 in six previous tournament appearances. Furthermore, he's cracked the top 10 in four of his last five entries.
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Rahm has also been one of the best players on the 2023 PGA TOUR. He's already won three tournaments (Sentry Tournament of Champions, American Express and Genesis Invitational) while placing top-5 on two other occasions.
It's hard to imagine anything worse than a top-10 finish for Jon Ram (-120). He may have finished T27 at the 2022 Masters, but I'm chalking that up to a fluke. He finished between T9 and fourth place from 2018 to 2021 and his play this season cements him as one of the favorites to take home a green jacket. Anything worse than a top-10 showing would be shocking.
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