Bryson DeChambeau Among Favorites To Win 2021 Masters

Posted By Matt Burke on November 16, 2020 - Last Updated on November 17, 2020

Bryson DeChambeau rewarded the faith of his backers in September with a dominant victory at the 2020 US Open. Bryson bettors were not quite as thrilled with his performance this past weekend at Augusta, though, as the big bomber – who entered the tournament last week as the favorite at most sportsbooks – laid a relative egg.

Despite his poor performance at this year’s Masters, books again have DeChambeau with low odds for an outright victory at Augusta. Odds for the 2021 Masters were released on Monday.

“Although Bryson didn’t have the best week, he’s only going to improve his game and learn from the mistakes made at Augusta,” DraftKings Sportsbook director Johnny Avello told TheLines. “At just 27-years-old, he is the longest hitter on the tour, ranked sixth in the world, and has only played in four Masters tournaments. Bryson can only go up from here.”

2021 Masters odds

DeChambeau has the second lowest odds to win the 2021 Masters at DraftKings Sportsbook, coming in at +800. Reigning Masters champ Dustin Johnson opened as the favorite to win the 2021 tournament at most sportsbooks.

Tiger Woods, the 2019 Masters champ, has +2800 odds at DK  – with 11 golfers in front of him.

Masters Odds - Outright Winner

Game
04/08/2021
(Eastern Time)
(EST)
Dustin Johnson
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+950
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+950
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+900
Bryson DeChambeau
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+1150
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+950
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+1100
Jordan Spieth
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+1150
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+1100
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+1100
Jon Rahm
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+1250
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+1200
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+1100
Justin Thomas
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+1250
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+1100
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+1100
Rory McIlroy
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+1900
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+1900
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+1800
Patrick Cantlay
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+2050
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+2000
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+2000
Xander Schauffele
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+2600
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+2500
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+2200
Brooks Koepka
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+2800
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+2800
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+2500
Collin Morikawa
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+3150
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+2900
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+2800
Daniel Berger
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+3500
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+3900
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+3300
Paul Casey
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+3500
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+3600
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+4000
Tony Finau
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+3500
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+3500
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+3000
Viktor Hovland
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+3500
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+3500
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+3300
Patrick Reed
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+3500
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+3200
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+3000
Webb Simpson
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+3500
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+4300
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+3500
Cameron Smith
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+3500
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+3900
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+4000
Matthew Fitzpatrick
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+4000
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+4600
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+4000
Sungjae Im
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+4150
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+3900
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+4000
Tyrrell Hatton
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+5000
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+4700
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+4000
Hideki Matsuyama
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+5000
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+4000
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+4000
Lee Westwood
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+5000
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+3600
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+4000
Jason Day
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+5500
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+6000
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+5000
Joaquin Niemann
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+5500
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+6000
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+5000
Scottie Scheffler
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+5500
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+4000
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+4000
Tommy Fleetwood
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+6000
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+4900
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+5000
Sergio Garcia
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+6000
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+4900
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+5000
Louis Oosthuizen
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+7500
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+9000
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+6600
Adam Scott
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+7500
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+4900
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+6600
Will Zalatoris
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+7500
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+9000
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+6600

View 2021 Masters odds for all golfers at DraftKings Sportsbook, FanDuel Sportsbook and PointsBet.

Augusta issues

The “Mad Scientist” had odds of +750 to win going into the 2020 Masters at DraftKings Sportsbook. FanDuel Sportsbook had DeChambeau as a co-favorite heading into the tournament, as he and Johnson – the eventual winner – were both +800.

DeChambeau finished the 2020 Masters with a 2-under 286, a whopping 18 shots behind Johnson.

“At the beginning of the week, I felt like I could have a great chance to win the tournament if I just played my game,” DeChambeau told ESPN.com. “Shoot, I made enough birdies this week and eagles to have a chance to win. There’s no doubt about that. I made way too many mistakes that I’ve got to talk about with my caddie and go, ‘Hey, how do we not make these mistakes anymore, how can we work better as a team to have that not happen?'”

DeChambeau did say that he felt under-the-weather, citing dizziness, during the early portion of the tournament. He was tested for COVID-19 on Friday night but the results came back negative.

Bryson DeChambeau history at the Masters

The 27-year-old has now played in the Masters four times, never finishing better that 21st. Here is a look at how he has fared in the tournament.

YearPlace Score
2020T34-2
2019T29-4
2018T38+3
2016T21+5

Compared to his odds heading into this year’s Masters, DeChambeau was not nearly as big a favorite going into the US Open in which he was victorious. Going into the major at Winged Foot, DeChambeau had around +2800 odds to win at most major US sportsbooks. That was good for the seventh-lowest odds at the time.

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Matt Burke is the Sports Editor and Head of Evergreen/SEO Content at TheLines.com. He is the Founder and former Editor-in-Chief of MetroBet, a digital and print sports betting platform, and was the Executive Sports Editor at Metro US Newspapers (New York, Philadelphia, Boston) from 2014-2020. Matt has covered Super Bowls and Final Fours, and his work has appeared for Sports Illustrated, CBS Sports, the Eagle Tribune, Gloucester Daily Times and Newburyport Daily News. Matt is a graduate of the University of Connecticut.

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