The Masters Betting Picks

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There are few more exciting events for a golf fan then the first week of April. Masters week is here and a new chapter of golfing folklore is about to be written. The Masters is unlike any event as there are always twists and turns that no one sees coming. Last year’s’ storyline is a prime example of that. Jordan Speith had a 5 shot lead going into the back nine on Sunday. Those 9 holes separated him from being only the fourth man in history to win back to back Green Jackets. What followed was arguably the biggest meltdown seen in recent times. In culminated in Speith making a quadruple bogey on the par 3, 12th. He managed to throw away a lead that seemed unassailable. There was one man who was quietly making the most of Speith’s misfortunes and that was Danny Willet. The Englishman made no mistake and ended up winning by 3 after shooting a bogey free 67 to claim a maiden Masters and major win. That Masters 2016 will be remembered for Willet’s faultless final round but unfortunately more for the disastrous run of holes that ended Speith’s run. Augusta National Golf Club is like no other and offers a spectacle like no other. It measures 7, 435 yards and plays as a par 72. It’s lengthy and requires dialed in long iron play. The biggest challenge on this old and historic course are the greens. They stimp at around 13 on most days and don’t leave any room for careless putting. Just ask Ernie Els who required 6 putts to sink his ball from two feet on the first hole last year. It is never straightforward at the Masters and often produces the unimaginable. What will this editions throw up? It would take a brave man to predict.

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Dustin Johnson (+600

Dustin Johnson is in the form of his life and has won his last three events on the bounce. There is a lot to suggest he will win against this week at Augusta. Johnson likes the set up of this phenomenal golf course and finished third last year. With a good record at this event and possessing the momentum he currently has, we could yet again see DJ at the top of the pile again.

Jordan Speith (+750

Over the last three years Speith has finished second twice and first once. How he didn’t capitalize last year and win for the second time will be spoken about for years to cime. There is no doubt Speith feels very comfortable at Augusta and will be more determined than ever to put last year’s choke behind him.

Rory Mcilroy (+800

Rory Mcilroy has the chance to make golfing history this week. The Northern Irishman will complete the grandslam this weekend with a win at Augusta. He will become only the 6th man of all time to do it. Expect Mcilroy to put in a huge effort this week when he gets to the first tee on Thursday.

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