2024 Masters Odds: 3 Prop Bets To Consider Instead Of Scottie Scheffler +400 Win Bet

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Written By John Haslbauer | Last Updated
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Pre-tournament Masters odds are just about ready to close as players tee off Thursday. With the ceremonial opening tee shots looming closer, the fear of betting against Scottie Scheffler odds grows. He could win his second green jacket in three years. Sportsbooks are paying Scheffler the ultimate respect at the moment, with consensus odds falling around 4-1. The World No. 1 is chasing his third win over his last four starts.

Many have embraced the fun of golf betting for the rush of winning a bet at 20-1, 50-1, or 100-1 odds that no other sport can offer. Understandably, recreational bettors aren’t running to the window to bet Scheffler 4-1 to beat 88 of the best players in the world in a tournament that has bred so much unpredictability.

Acknowledging that Scottie Scheffler is in immaculate all-around form, is the perfect style of player to score at Augusta National, and has the prerequisite history at The Masters to back it up, I still won’t be betting Scottie Scheffler odds to win the 2024 Masters.

Instead, let’s make the case for a few equally as appealing prop bets near the same odds as a Scheffler outright win for those of us who are chasing the joy of someone else slaying Augusta National this time around.

Top-10 Finisher: SAHITH THEEGALA


Theegala is a perfect 1-for-1 in terms of top-10 finishes at The Masters, joining the exclusive company of debutants to finish top 10 at last year’s Masters. The young phenom has only improved his stock over the last calendar year, picking up his first PGA TOUR win at the Fortinet Championship last fall and racking up four top-10s already through the first four months of the season.

I will die on the hill that you play Sahith Theegala on Jordan Spieth courses, as both players share imaginative shot-making ability with both their ball-striking and short game, are incredibly streaky scorers, and have a flair for the dramatic playing on golf’s biggest stages. Spieth’s name is of course always attached to Augusta National, and it would not surprise me to see Sahith Theegala join the ranks of repeat contenders at The Masters. Significant improvements to his driver in 2024 leave me very encouraged that Theegala can repeat or improve his position here relative to 2023.



As an ally of Oceania, I find it’s my duty to invest in this Nationality prop, and it gives me a great reason to invest further into an under-the-radar player I’m high on this week: Adam Scott

Aside from Scott, I’m pretty low on the other Aussies (and Kiwis) surrounding him in the field. Cameron Smith is the favorite from Oceania but enters with question marks in the midst of a down LIV season and recovering from illness last week. Min Woo Lee is also returning from a weightlifting injury without much form to speak to. Jason Day does not have any injuries as an excuse, but his recent form does not compare to Scott’s. What’s more, Scott is the only professional in the field this week who is a past champion at The Masters.


Odds: +600

I had to do a double take to make sure I was reading this market correctly, but Brooks Koepka, a consensus top-5 odds favorite to win The Masters, is still available at 6-1 odds to beat 11 other LIV players. Joaquin Niemann and Bryson DeChambeau are interestingly posted with shorter odds to finish as the top LIV finishers despite being listed at double the outright odds as Koepka. History has shown it’s difficult to defend as Masters champion, so I’ll side with a vengeful Brooks Koepka to finish ahead of Jon Rahm et-al this week.

Best of luck betting against (or ignoring) Scottie Scheffler odds at The Masters. 😉

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