3 Unique Masters Props You Have to Bet in 2023
The Masters in 2023, just like every year, will offer a ton of interesting and unique prop bets around the four-day golf tournament. FanDuel Sportsbook has you covered, whether you want to bet anything from who will win to stuff like will anyone have a bogey-free round during the tournament, the choices are a plenty.
With the tournament just days away, let's take a look at three unique prop bets you have to consider betting for The Masters in 2023.
2023 Masters Prop Bets
1. Winners Score on 72nd Hole: Birdie or Better (+750)
While par is the most common outcome, a potential winner often has to rise to the occasion and pull away with an incredible 18th hole on Sunday to get the win at a big tournament. 18 provides a difficult layout for players. Even with a good drive, you are hitting into an elevated green protected by bunkers on the front left and right and usually left with a tough pine placement. Good ball strikers usually own the day at Augusta, so we're banking on the winner having the skillset to get even the toughest of iron shots close to the pin, especially if the tournament is one the line.
2. Justin Thomas to Have a Hole in One (+5500)
This is a wild longshot, but that's what fun prop bets are for. Thomas comes in as obviously one of the best players in the world, but more importantly, he has a hole in one to his name, at Augusta, in this tournament, back in 2019 on the famed 16th hole. 16 has the most hole in ones on it by far at Augusta, and the back left pin placement helps, as much of the green funnels toward that pin placement. Any player that hits a decent shot ends up getting the ball close to the pin, and hitting it just right give you that much more of a chance on that hole and pin placement, specifically. Thomas has done it once, and doing it again isn't out of the question for a guy who is in the running to win the whole thing.
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3. Max Homa Round 1 Leader (+3100)
Max Homa has made a name for himself this season, cementing himself among the world's best players, and a guy that truly has a chance to win every week he tees it up. While he hasn't found that level of success at Augusta yet, he does already have two wins this season, which are a part of seven total top-10 finishes, including back-to-back in his last two starts. His game fits Augusta well, as he ranks No. 5 on tour in Strokes Gained (SG): Approach to Green and No. 10 in SG; Putting. To add to that, he's No. 1 on tour this season in front 9 scoring average. Getting off to a hot start on the front 9 at Augusta could be key heading into the tough Amen corner.
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