Golf Bets: Masters Hole-In-One Odds & History

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Written By Zach Tilley | Last Updated
masters hole-in-one odds

As the best players in the world are getting dialed in at Augusta National, sportsbooks are dialing up a plethora of tournament props, including Masters hole-in-one odds. Let’s examine what the best sports betting apps are offering for hole-in-one props and take a look at the history of aces at The Masters. Be sure to use our tools and tables at TheLines.com to shop for the best Masters odds.

Masters Prop Bets: hole-in-one Odds

As you browse Masters hole-in-one odds, you may be surprised that the odds for an ace this week are not longer. Keep in mind that these guys are insanely good. Tradition is everything at Augusta National, and players learn one year at a time how to attack the greens and the pin locations. There was no hole-in-one last year at The Masters. No hole-in-one props may be of interest if you are looking for plus money.

bet365 Sportsbook

  • Hole-in-One: Yes (-225), No (+162)
  • Player Markets – To Make A Hole in One: Odds range from 45/1 to 75/1

BetMGM Sportsbook

  • Hole-in-one: Yes (-200), No (+160)
  • Will there be 2+ hole-in-ones? Yes (+140)
  • Hole-in-one Round 1: Yes (+450)
  • Hole-in-one Round 2: Yes (+450)
  • Hole-in-one Round 3: Yes (+900)
  • Hole-in-one Round 4: Yes (+125)
  • Will there be a hole in one on hole 4? Yes (+2000)
  • Will there be a hole in one on hole 6? Yes (+1400)
  • Will there be a hole in one on hole 12? Yes (+1400)
  • Will there be a hole in one on hole 16? Yes (-120)

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BetRivers Sportsbook

  • Hole in One in the tournament: Yes (-250), No (+175)
  • 2+ Holes in One in the tournament: Yes (+125), No (-175)
  • Hole in One on Hole 4 in the tournament: Yes (+2500)
  • Hole in One on Hole 6 in the tournament: Yes (+1100), No (-5000)
  • Hole in One on Hole 12 in the tournament: Yes (+1100), No (-5000)
  • Hole in One on Hole 16 in the tournament: Yes (-150)
  • Hole in One in Round 1: Yes (+600), No (-1430)
  • Hole in One in Round 2: Yes (+600), No (-1430)

Caesars Sportsbook

  • Hole in One: Yes (-230), No (+175)
  • Hole in One on Hole 4: Yes (+2500)
  • Hole in One on Hole 6: Yes (+1000)
  • Hole in One on Hole 12: Yes (+1200)
  • Hole in One on Hole 16: Yes (-160)

DraftKings Sportsbook

  • Hole in One in Tournament: Yes (-240), No (+165)
  • Hole in One in Round 1: Yes (+600)
  • Hole in One in Round 2: Yes (+600)
  • Hole in One in Round 3: Yes (+700)
  • Hole in One in Round 4: Yes (+110)
  • Hole in One and Playoff: Yes (+360)
  • 2 or More Tournament Holes in One: Yes (+225), No (-360)
  • 3 or More Tournament Holes in One: Yes (+800)
  • Hole in One on Hole 4: Yes (+2500)
  • Hole in One on Hole 6: Yes (+800)
  • Hole in One on Hole 12: Yes (+1200)
  • Hole in One on Hole 16: Yes (-165), No (+125)

FanDuel Sportsbook

  • Tournament Hole in One: Yes (-230)
  • Tournament Hole in One on the 16th Hole: Yes (-165)
  • Hole in One in Round 4: Yes (-135)
  • 2 or More Tournament Holes in One: Yes (+105)
  • 3 or More Tournament Holes in One: Yes (+300)
  • Hole in One in Round 1: Yes (+550)
  • Hole in One in Round 2: Yes (+430)
  • Hole in One in Round 3: Yes (+800)
  • Select players to get a Hole in One: all set at (+6500)

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Masters hole-in-one History

HoleName (* denotes amateur)
Hole No. 4Jeff Sluman, 1992, 4-iron, 213 yards
Hole No. 6Leland Gibson, 1954, 4-iron, 190 yards
*Billy Joe Patton, 1954, 5-iron, 190 yards
Charles Coody, 1972, 5-iron, 190 yards
Chris DiMarco, 2004, 5-iron, 198 yards
Jamie Donaldson, 2013, 7-iron, 177 yards
Corey Conners, 2021, 8-iron, 182 yards
Hole No. 12Claude Harmon, 1947, 7-iron, 155 yards
*William Hyndman, 1959, 6-iron, 155 yards
Curtis Strange, 1988, 7-iron, 155 yards
Hole No. 16*Ross Somerville, 1934, mashie niblick, 145 yards
Willie Goggin, 1935, spade mashie, 145 yards
* Ray Billows, 1940, 8-iron, 145 yards
*John Dawson, 1949, 4-iron, 190 yards
Clive Clark, 1968, 2-iron, 190 yards
Corey Pavin, 1992, 8-iron, 140 yards
Raymond Floyd, 1996, 5-iron, 182 yards
Padraig Harrington, 2004, 6-iron, 177 yards
Kirk Triplett, 2004, 6-iron, 177 yards
Trevor Immelman, 2005, 7-iron, 177 yards
Ian Poulter, 2008, 8-iron, 169 yards
Nathan Green, 2010, 6-iron, 176 yards
Ryan Moore, 2010, 7-iron, 176 yards
Adam Scott, 2012, 7-iron, 202 yards
Bo Van Pelt, 2012, 6-iron, 202 yards
Shane Lowry, 2016, 8-iron, 181 yards
Davis Love III, 2016, 7-iron, 181 yards
Louis Oosthuizen, 2016, 7-iron, 181 yards
Matt Kuchar, 2017, 7-iron, 180 yards
Charley Hoffman, 2018, 6-iron, 178 yards
Justin Thomas, 2019, 8-iron, 170 yards
Bryson DeChambeau, 2019, 7-iron, 170 yards
Tommy Fleetwood, 2021, 9-iron, 170 yards
Stewart Cink, 2022, 8-iron, 166 yards

Watch: Cink’s 2022 Masters Hole-In-One On No. 16

Cink was the most recent player to card at ace at Augusta. The holed out 8-iron by Cink was on a Friday (Round 2). The 16th hole is especially intriguing for the players to go after hole-in-one opportunities, as a slope gives players the chance to get next to the pin (or in the cup) if they hit it in just the right spot.

Watch: Justin Thomas Ace On No. 16 At 2019 Masters

The ball tends to funnel towards this pin location. The green on this par-3 slopes from right to left and somewhat back towards the water. When the pin is on the left side (as it always is on the final day), the ball will filter down towards it.

If a player gets the length of his tee shot right and finds any part of the putting surface from the center to the left side, he’ll have a realistic chance to get it close.

Bottom Line

In my opinion, the best bet among Masters hole-in-one odds is taking a YES for a hole-in-one on 16. It has happened there 13 times since 2010. You can find the best odds for that at BetMGM (-120).

I also think taking a chance on a hole-in-one in Round 1 or Round 2 might be worth a shot for better odds. DraftKings and BetRivers each have (+600) available for an ace in either of the first two rounds.

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