Shane Lowry 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.
Shane Lowry Masters Odds
Shane Lowry has +4300 odds to win The Masters in 2022. That has him sitting 15th in the entire field.
Has Shane Lowry Ever Won The Masters?
Shane Lowry has never won The Masters. His best finish came in 2021 when he finished T-21.
Shane Lowry Masters Prop Bets
As for finishing position, Lowry is -150 to finish top-30, +130 to finish top-20, +320 to finish top-10 and +700 to finish top-five.
In match betting, Lowry is a -126 head-to-head favorite against Matthew Fitzpatrick, who is a -102 underdog.
Shane Lowry Masters History
Shane Lowry has played in The Masters six times, making the cut in three of those appearances. That includes a pair of top-25 finishes.
Lowry's best single-round score in The Masters was a 68 in Round 1 in 2016, as well as in Round 3 in 2020. He also shot 69 or below in the second and third rounds in 2020, when he finished with a personal best of 284 across four rounds.
Lowry has $287,313 in career Masters winnings.
Shane Lowry Masters Prediction & Pick
Although he's yet to come close to winning the Masters, Lowry has been improving in recent years. After missing the cut in 2017 and 2019, the 35-year-old has placed T-25 and T-21, respectively in his last two Augusta National appearances.
Lowry has also had some impressive outings on the 2022 PGA TOUR. He's seen a trio of top-25 outings in seven events so far, with his best finish coming when he placed second at the Honda Classic in February.
Beyond that, Lowry has T-12 and T-13 finishes in his last three outings, which should give bettors more confidence when combining that with his upward trend at the Masters.
Taking a Shane Lowry top-20 finish (+130) at the 2022 Masters seems like the safest bet.
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