Max Homa Masters 2023 Odds, History & Prediction (Keep Expectations Low)
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. For someone like Max Home, who's only made the cut once in Augusta, a victory could be a life-changing experience.
Here's everything you need to know about Max Homa's Masters odds and history heading into the 2023 event.
Max Homa Masters Odds & Prop Bets (Updated)
Round 3 Update: Max Homa came into the Masters with high hopes after a fantastic start to this season, but he has not lived up to expectations yet. As Round 3 play begins, Homa sits at even par, a full 12 strokes back of leader Brooks Koepka.
Max Homa has +3200 odds to win The Masters on FanDuel Sportsbook. This has him sitting at No. 12 in the field and only barely behind the +2700 needed to crack the top-10.
Here's a look at some of the other bets available on Max Homa:
Has Max Homa Ever Won the Masters? (Best Finish, Results & History)
Max Homa has never won The Masters, and his best finish was T48 in 2022. Here's a look at his full Masters results.
Max Homa Masters Prediction 2023
Max Homa has been terrific throughout the first part of the 2023 PGA TOUR. On top of only finishing outside of the top 25 once in 10 events, the 32-year-old picked up victories at the Fortinet Championship and Farmers Insurance Open, also placing as the runner-up at the Genesis Invitational.
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Unfortunately, success has eluded Homa at the Masters. He's failed to make the cut in two of three previous trips to Augusta. On top of that, he placed T48 the only time that he did make the cut. In other words, it's hard to have much faith in a deep run this year.
That's why I'm going with a Max Homa top-30 finish at -185 odds as the best bet. Asking for anything more than that would be a lot considering that he's yet to crack the top 40 at the Masters. Nevertheless, Homa's dominance this season can't be ignored and I think this is the year he'll finally have a semi-respectable showing at Augusta.
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