The Masters

Sergio Garcia The Masters 2022 Odds, History & Predictions

Larry Rupp
Sergio Garcia Masters Odds 2022, history and predictions on FanDuel Sportsbook.
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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 golf odds and prop bets available for The Masters in 2022.

Sergio Garcia Masters Odds

Sergio Garcia has +7500 odds to win The Masters in 2022. That has him tied for 33rd in the entire field.

Has Sergio Garcia Ever Won The Masters?

Yes, Sergio Garcia has won The Masters before. He earned the first green jacket of his career in 2017.

Sergio Garcia Masters Prop Bets

As for finishing position, Garcia is +125 to finish top-30, +250 to finish top-20, +650 to finish top-10 and +1500 to finish top-five.

Sergio Garcia Masters History

Sergio Garcia has played in The Masters 22 times, making the cut in 14 of those appearances. That includes two top-five finishes, of T4 in 2004 and 1st in 2017.

Reed's best single-round score in The Masters was a 66 in Round 1 in 2013. He also shot below 70 in two of the four rounds in the 2017 tournament and finished with a personal best score of 279.

Garcia has $3,298,530 in career Masters winnings.

Sergio Garcia Masters Prediction & Pick

This is a tough one. Sergio Garcia earned the coveted green jacket in 2017, yet has missed the cut in all three of his Masters appearances since then. The 42-year-old is one of the most experienced competitors this year in what lines up to be a field of 91 golfers.

Garcia's success at Augusta may come down to his ability to get on the green. While the Spaniard ranks 29th on the PGA Tour in Strokes Gained (SG): Putting, he ranks 189th in SG: Approach.

Garcia has posted a top-30 finish in three of his last five tournaments and bettors can feel safe backing him to do so once again at +125 odds. Anything better than that is very risky.

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