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    Jon Rahm won the 2023 Masters event in a rain-riddled weekend, capturing his first green jacket. Brooks Koepka actually entered Round 4 with both the lead and the favored odds at +100 after opening as high as +4000. Rahm dominated Sunday though, as the closing favorite won his first major in Augusta, Georgia.

    RYP has everything you need to win money during the Masters with pool advice, betting markets, picks, and much more! Check out all the Masters gaming information below, and sign up for a pool today! Odds listed are compiled from various regulated sportsbooks.

    Odds To Win 2024 Masters

    • Jon Rahm +750
    • Scottie Scheffler +900
    • Rory McIlroy +1000
    • Jordan Spieth +1600
    • Patrick Cantlay +1600
    • Justin Thomas +2000
    • Xander Schauffele +2200
    • Brooks Koepka +2200
    • Collin Morikawa +2200
    • Viktor Hovland +2500
    • Tony Finau +2500
    • Cameron Smith +2500
    • Cameron Young +2500
    • Dustin Johnson +2500
    • Jason Day +3300
    • Hideki Matsuyama +3500
    • Will Zalatoris +4000
    • Sungjae Im +4000
    • Max Homa +4000
    • Patrick Reed +5000
    • Shane Lowry +5000
    • Matthew Fitzpatrick +5000
    • Tyrrell Hatton +5000
    • Sam Burns +5000
    • Justin Rose +5500
    • Tom Kim +6600
    • Joaquin Niemann +6600
    • Tommy Fleetwood +6600
    • Corey Conners +6600
    • Min Woo Lee +8000
    • Tiger Woods +10000
    • Bryson DeChambeau +10000
    • Russell Henley +10000
    • Sahith Theegala +10000
    • Adam Scott +10000
    • Phil Mickelson +10000
    • Keegan Bradley +11000
    • Mito Peteira +12500
    • Tom Hoge +12500
    • Louis Oosthuizen +12500
    • Si Woo Kim +12500
    • Abraham Ancer +12500
    • Sergio Garcia +12500
    • Aaron Wise +14000
    • Kurt Kitayama +14000
    • Chris Kirk +15000
    • Thomas Pieters +15000
    • Talor Gooch +15000
    • Ryan Fox +15000
    • Seamus Power +15000
    • Brian Harman +17500
    • Billy Horschel +17500
    • J.T. Poston +20000
    • Harold Varner +20000
    • Danny Willett +20000
    • Jason Kokrak +20000
    • Bubba Watson +20000
    • Taylor Moore +20000
    • Alex Noren +20000
    • Gary Woodland +20000
    • Sepp Straka +25000
    • Adam Svensson +25000
    • Harris English +25000
    • Sam Bennett +25000
    • Adrian Meronk +25000
    • Mackenzie Hughes +30000
    • K.H. Lee +30000
    • Francesco Molinari +30000
    • Scott Stallings +30000
    • Cam Champ +30000
    • Charl Schwartzel +40000
    • Kevin Kisner +40000
    • Zach Johnson +40000

    How to Pick Masters Winners?

    Betting on golf is very difficult, much like picking a needle in a haystack. There are hundreds of golfers per event, so putting money on just one is a huge risk in taking. Pool players have a better chance of winning, simply competing against a smaller group of friends rather than the entire golfing field. 

    Whether you’re picking within a pool or betting in the futures market, it’s important to note this is an annual event held in the same location each year. Therefore historic trends and stats can be used for picking Masters contenders. A great starting point are the odds, which are listed above. 

    The last five winners have had opening odds to win at +5000 or shorter, so long shots don’t typically do well in this event. Some favorites to consider include Dustin Johnson, Scottie Scheffler, and Rory McIlroy. 

    Johnson won the event in 2020 while also finishing as a runner-up in 2019. Scheffler is the top golfer in the world and won in 2022, although a back-to-back winner hasn’t been accomplished since Tiger Woods in 2001 and 2002. McIlroy was a runner-up to Scheffler last year and is coming off one of his better seasons on the PGA Tour. 

    Why is Playing in Masters Pools Better Than Betting?

    As mentioned above, your likelihood of winning increases when competing in a pool rather than betting with a sportsbook. There are also various types of pool games to participate in, giving you a more diverse gaming angle for the tournament rather than one specific betting market. 

    The chances of winning and playing in more games increase with playing pools instead of sportsbooks, along with saving much more money on losses and winning more on victories! 

    Most pools have a set cash prize that is much more valuable than betting odds that can actually hit as well. Pool players have a better chance of winning $1,000 in a pool-style game rather than a +1000 bet hitting. 

    How to Play in Masters Pools?

    Playing in a Masters pool is simple with RYP. Our Masters pools come in two formats, tiered and salary cap. 

    For tiered pools, we divide the field into six tiers based on their World Golf Ranking. All you need to do is pick a golfer from each tier and watch the action. Each golfer will count towards your team’s final score, and the member of the team that has the fewest total strokes is the winner. 

    For salary cap pools, each golfer will have a salary assigned to them based on their World Golf Ranking. You’ll be given a fixed salary cap that you must stay under to form your 6-player roster. 

    Once your group is assembled, scoring works the same way as the tiered format; just sit back and follow your squad!

    Masters Tournament Past Winners

    Rahm is the most recent winner, while Tiger has won the event an impeccable five times. If Tiger wins one more then he will tie Jack Nicklaus for the most Masters wins with six total. Jordan Spieth was nearly a two-time winner, taking the green jacket in 2015 but finishing as a runner-up to Danny Willett in 2016. 

    • 2023 – Jon Rahm
    • 2022 – Scottie Scheffler
    • 2021 – Hideki Matsuyama
    • 2020 – Dustin Johnson
    • 2019 – Tiger Woods
    • 2018 – Patrick Reed
    • 2017 – Sergio Garcia
    • 2016 – Danny Willett
    • 2015 – Jordan Spieth
    • 2014 – Bubba Watson
    • 2013 – Adam Scott
    • 2012 – Bubba Watson
    • 2011 – Charl Schwartzel
    • 2010 – Phil Mickelson 
    • 2009 – Angel Cabrera 
    • 2008 – Trevor Immelman
    • 2007 – Zach Johnson
    • 2006 – Phil Mickelson
    • 2005 – Tigers Woods
    • 2004 – Phil Mickelson
    • 2003 – Mike Weir
    • 2002 – Tiger Woods
    • 2001 – Tiger Woods
    • 2000 – Vijay Singh

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    How to make a sports pool?

    Starting a sports pool is easy with RunYourPool! We have fully customizable settings, dedicated customer support, and we make it easy to invite friends so you can compete against them.

    What is a sports pool?

    Sports pools are games to play with family and friends. With RunYourPool, all you need to do is pick your sport, pick one of our game types, set up your pool, and compete!

    How do I invite people to my pool?

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