2022 Masters Odds: PGA TOUR Opening Futures To Watch

Written By Esten McLaren on April 12, 2021 - Last Updated on April 13, 2021
2022 masters odds

The 2021 Masters Tournament saw Hideki Matsuyama claim Japan’s first men’s golf major championship, and it took less than 24 hours for 2022 Masters odds to be released.

Once ranked as high as No. 2 in the Official World Golf Ranking, Matsuyama entered Masters Week ranked 25th and with pre-tournament odds ranging from +5000 to +6000. Now ranked 14th in the world, he opened with a share of the ninth-best odds for the 2022 Masters at both DraftKings Sportsbook and FanDuel Sportsbook.

The first major of 2021 was the third since the return from the COVID-19 pause, as part of the 2020-21 PGA TOUR schedule. The Masters was played back-to-back following Dustin Johnson’s first green jacket win in mid-November. It will return to its usual spot on the schedule again in 2022 and bettors can begin placing their golf futures wagers at the top US sportsbooks. Below, we’ll look at the opening odds and highlight some of the biggest names.

Masters betting odds 2022

Johnson, who missed the cut as the pre-tournament favorite for the 2021 Masters, again enters as the man to beat in 2022 at DraftKings, where he shares +1000 odds with T5 finisher Jon Rahm. FanDuel pegs Rahm and T3 finisher, Jordan Spieth, as the opening favorites with +1100 odds; Johnson shares a +1200 tag with Justin Thomas, who finished T21.

Matsuyama has +2500 odds at DraftKings and +2200 at FanDuel. The prices are considerably lower than his opening number for the 2021 tournament of +4000 after the November Masters.

Outright winner

Dustin Johnson
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+1000
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+1200
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+1200
Jon Rahm
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+1100
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+1100
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+1200
Justin Thomas
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+1100
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+1200
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+1200
Jordan Spieth
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+1100
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+1100
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+1200
Bryson DeChambeau
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+1200
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+1400
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+1600
Rory McIlroy
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+1600
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+1400
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+1600
Xander Schauffele
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+1600
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+1800
Brooks Koepka
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+1800
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+1800
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+2000
Patrick Cantlay
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+2200
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+2200
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+2500
Hideki Matsuyama
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+2200
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+2200
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+2800
Collin Morikawa
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+2200
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+2800
Tony Finau
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+2700
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+2900
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+3300
Patrick Reed
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+2700
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+2900
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+2800
Viktor Hovland
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+2800
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+2900
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+3300
Cameron Smith
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+3300
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+3300
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+3300
Daniel Berger
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+3300
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+3700
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+4000
Will Zalatoris
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+3300
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+3300
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+3300
Joaquin Niemann
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+4000
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+4200
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+6600
Paul Casey
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+4000
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+4200
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+6600
Tiger Woods
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+4000
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+4200
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+4000

See our 2022 Masters page for complete odds here.

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Players to watch for 2022 Masters

Dustin Johnson (+1000): Opened at +800 in November to defend his 2020 title. He remained at a similar price up until the start of the tournament. The missed cut was his first in a major since the 2018 Open Championship and snapped a streak of five straight top-10 finishes at Augusta National.

Jordan Spieth (+1200): Entered the 2021 Masters off a win at the Valero Texas Open. The T-3 finish at the Masters was his sixth top-10 result in nine events to open the calendar year and vaulted him to No. 29 in the OWGR after he closed 2020 at No. 82.

Rory McIlroy (+1600): His quest to complete the career grand slam draws on after missing the cut at plus-6. His three missed cuts match his number of top-10 finishes through his first nine international events of the year.

Brooks Koepka (+2000): The four-time major champion missed the cut for the first time in six appearances at the Masters while recovering from mid-March knee surgery. His odds will quickly improve if able to return to full health in 2021.
Hideki Matsuyama (+2500): His victory was his first top-10 result at the Masters since finishing 5th and T-7 in 2015 and 2016, respectively. The six-time PGA Tour champ has his best world ranking since June 2018.

Will Zalatoris (+3300): The 24-year-old came up just short of his attempt to be the first debutant winner of the Masters since Fuzzy Zoeller in 1979. The Korn Ferry Tour graduate’s runner-up finish was his third top-10 showing without a missed cut in nine events to start the year. He was as high as +15000 prior to the start of Round 1.

Tiger Woods (+4000): The 2019 Masters champ missed out on the 2021 tournament following a single-vehicle accident in late February. Bookmakers are still showing the five-time green jacket winner due respect; Tiger is far from a guarantee to tee it up next April when he’ll be 46 years old.

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