Masters Tournament 2015: Updated Odds to Win

After two rounds at the Masters, leader Jordan Spieth remains the heavy favorite. (Getty)

After two rounds at the Masters, leader Jordan Spieth remains the heavy favorite. (Getty)

Another day, another dominating round for Jordan Spieth.

On Friday at the Masters, he set the 36-hole record and sits 14-under 130, 5 shots ahead of Charley Hoffman.

It goes without saying Spieth is the oddsmakers’ favorite to win the green jacket come Sunday. But by how much? When the newest odds were released after the second round, Speith was at 4/9.

Dustin Johnson was a distant second at 8/1, while Hoffman, who will play with Speith in the final pairing in Saturday’s third round, was at 16/1.

The below odds were provided by sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com.


Odds to Win the Masters

Jordan Spieth … 4/9
Dustin Johnson … 8/1
Justin Rose … 14/1
Charley Hoffman … 16/1
Phil Mickelson … 18/1
Paul Casey … 18/1
Rory McIlroy … 33/1
Jason Day … 50/1
Adam Scott … 66/1
Bubba Watson … 66/1
Ernie Els … 80/1
Louis Oosthuizen … 100/1
Ryan Moore … 100/1
Tiger Woods … 66/1
Kevin Na … 125/1
Hideki Matsuyama … 125/1
Bill Haas … 125/1
Angel Cabrera … 150/1
Patrick Reed … 150/1
Sergio Garcia … 150/1
Charl Schwartzel … 150/1
Kevin Streelman … 200/1
Russell Henley … 200/1
Keegan Bradley … 200/1
Ryan Palmer… 250/1
Jonas Blixt … 300/1


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Anonymous

2015 Masters Champion is thinking……. “Tiger Tiger Who Y’All”
Congratulations Jordan may it be the first of many and remember stay humble you will never be bigger than the game something Tiger should remember!!!!

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