Masters Odds Reveal Likely Favorite With Announcement of New Projected Date

David Kaestle
Tiger Woods has +1200 odds to repeat as the Masters champion.
Tiger Woods has +1200 odds to repeat as the Masters champion. / Chris Trotman/Getty Images

The Masters was postponed in March due to the current COVID-19 virus pandemic the world is facing. While they didn't announce a new projected date at the time, we do have one now. The Chairman of the Masters, Fred Ridley, announced Monday morning they are targeting Nov. 9-15 as the makeup dates for the 2020 Masters.

With this new development, brings a new update on the odds. Now that we have a good idea of when the Masters will actually be played, let's take a look at who has the best odds to win it.

Masters Odds 2020

Rory McIlroy comes in as the clear favorite (+600), with almost twice the odds as his next competitor, Jon Rahm (+1100).

Following Rahm there is a group of four stars close on his heels, headlined by Tiger Woods and Brooks Koepka, who are tied at +1200. Woods is looking to repeat as Masters champion and bring home his 16th career major victory, bringing him one step closer to that illustrious No. 19 mark he's been chasing all these years.

Dustin Johnson and Justin Thomas both come in at +1400, but then comes the next significant drop. Patrick Cantlay and Xander Schauffele are both at +2200, followed by a big group at +2700 that includes the likes of Adam Scott, Jordan Spieth, Justin Rose, Patrick Reed and Tommy Fleetwood. Three of those guys (Scott, Spieth and Reed) have won the Masters before.

Other notable names in the odds include Bryson DeChambeau (+2900), Tony Finau (+2900), Bubba Watson (+3100), Jason Day (+3300), Rickie Fowler (+3300) and Phil Mickelson (+4500).

While we now have a good idea of just how much time we have before the Masters, the odds are sure to shift between now and then, especially if there is a significant amount of golf that has resumed prior to that.

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