Bet on The Masters in Tennessee

The Masters is the first of four golf majors on the yearly calendar, and arguably the most prestigious and significant. The top golfers in the world compete at the annual event, but only one walks away with the vaunted green jacket and a spot in the annals of history.

Want to get a bet down on one (or many) of them? Here’s what you need to know to do it, including the best online sportsbooks to bet on The Masters in Tennessee, plus a rundown of the top betting tips and contenders for golf’s top title.

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2022 Masters odds

Here’s a look at the odds for the top favorites to win the 2022 Masters according to BetMGM Sportsbook and FanDuel Sportsbook (Odds are subject to change; check your preferred sportsbook for the latest odds):

Jon Rahm +900+1300
Scottie Scheffler+1200+1600
Cameron Smith+1400+1400
Justin Thomas+1400+1400
Dustin Johnson+1600+1600
Rory McIlroy+2000+2000
Brooks Koepka+2000+2000
Collin Morikawa+2000+2400
Xander Schauffele+2000+2400
Viktor Hovland+2000+2000
Jordan Spieth+2200+1700
Patrick Cantlay+2500+2300

Betting on Masters golf online in TN

Tennessee online sportsbooks and mobile betting apps allow you to bet on The Masters in a variety of ways, including:

  • Futures: Moneyline bets on specific golfers to win The Masters. Futures markets are open throughout the year leading up to the event. The odds are adjusted based on each golfer’s perceived chances of winning and trimmed for the golfers that emerge as true contenders throughout the tournament. However, you lock in the current odds when you place your golf bet.
  • Outrights: This is just another name for the futures market. You pick a Masters winner and bet on that golfer at current moneyline odds. The odds will change based on performance and the current leaderboard. However, you lock in the current odds when you place your bet.
  • First Round Leader: Bet on a golfer to take the overall lead after the first round of The Masters at current moneyline odds.
  • Against The Field: Bet on a golfer versus the entire Masters field or a group of golfers in the field. You can also bet on the field or the group against one golfer.
  • Finishing Position: Bet on a golfer to finish in the top-five, 10, or 20 in The Masters.
  • Each Way: Bet on a golfer to win, or make the top-three, four, or five in The Masters.
  • Head-To-Heads: Bet on one golfer to finish ahead of another in The Masters.
  • Group Betting: Bet on one golfer against a group of four or more in The Masters.
  • 2/3 Balls: Bet on one golfer against two others in The Masters.
  • Nationality: Bet on the nationality of The Masters winner.
  • Live Masters Betting: Basic Masters betting during each round. Masters betting odds change with the action on the course. Live Masters golf betting may also include hole-by-hole and shot-by-shot betting.

When is the 2022 Masters golf tournament?

  • Date: Thursday, Apr. 7 – Sunday, Apr. 10, 2022
  • Course/Location: Augusta National Golf Course in Augusta, Georgia
  • Purse Size: $11,500,000
  • Winner’s Share: $2,070,000
  • TV: ESPN (Early round coverage) and CBS (Saturday and Sunday)
  • Defending Champion: Hideki Matsuyama

US Masters 2022 favorites

If Tiger Woods is in the field, he will be the unquestioned sentimental favorite. In the futures market, names currently atop the board include Jon Rahm, Justin Thomas, Cameron Smith, and Scottie Scheffler. The defending champion is Hideki Matsuyama, while Dustin Johnson, Patrick Reed, and Sergio Garcia are other recent green jacket winners.

Tips for betting on the Masters tournament

Here are three Masters betting tips you might want to pay heed to this year:

  • Do some research: Consume everything you can about the PGA Tour heading into The Masters. Look for who’s hot and who’s not. Find out whose game sets up well for Augusta. Good research is the key to making informed and educated golf bets.
  • Take the odds: Nobody is an odds on favorite to win The Masters. That means you’ll get a good price on just about anyone. The odds are so good for most it pays to bet on more than one golfer to win.
  • Bet futures early: The Masters futures market is filled with decent odds on even the consensus favorites. However, once the first couple of rounds are through, those odds will drop dramatically for the real contenders. That’s why it’s a good idea to get in the market early and take advantage of all the attractive pricing.

Masters results for the past five years

Here’s a look at the finish and scoring for the top three in the past five Masters:


  • 1 – Hideki Matsuyama, -10
  • 2 – Will Zalatoris, -9
  • 3 – Xander Schauffele and Jordan Spieth, -7


  • 1 – Dustin Johnson, -20
  • 2 – Im Sung-jae and Cameron Smith, -15


  • 1 – Tiger Woods, -13
  • 2 – Dustin Johnson, Brooks Kopka, and Xander Schauffele, -12


  • 1 – Patrick Reed, -15
  • 2 – Rickie Fowler, -14
  • 3 – Jordan Spieth, -13


  • 1 – Sergio Garcia and Justin Rose, -9 (Garcia won playoff)
  • 3 – Charl Schwartzel, -6

How to watch The Masters live in Tennessee

You can watch full TV coverage of The 2020 Masters on CBS (Saturday and Sunday) and ESPN (Thursday and Friday) in Tennessee. You can also watch it free online through The website or The Masters mobile app for iOS and Android devices. The 2020 Masters will be streamed live via CBS All Access and ESPN+.

Masters Betting FAQ

Vegas Masters odds are the odds available on The Masters at Las Vegas sportsbooks. The US Masters betting markets at TN online and mobile sportsbooks will open with around the same lines you’ll find at Las Vegas sportsbooks. Differences will be found when local betting on one golfer or another forces sportsbooks, here or there, to move the lines.

Normally, The Masters Tournament Par-3 contest is a competition held the Wednesday before The Masters begins. Presumably, you’d be able to bet on it like any other sporting event. Unfortunately, it will not take place in 2020 because it is traditionally friends and family events, and no spectators are allowed on the course this year.

There are many different ways to qualify for The Masters, including:

  • Winning The Masters
  • Winning the US Open, Open Championship, or PGA Championship over the past five years
  • Winning The Players Championship over the past three years
  • Becoming the current US Amateur winner or runner-up
  • Becoming British, Latin America, or Asia-Pacific Amateur champion
  • Becoming the current US Mid-Amateur champion
  • Finish in the Top 12 in last year’s Masters
  • Finish in the Top four in the previous US Open, Open Championship, and PGA Championship
  • Winning a qualified PGA Tour event over the past 12 months
  • Being in the Tour Championship
  • Being among the top-50 players in the final Official World Golf Ranking last year or the most recent ranking
  • Getting invited by The Masters Committee

The green jacket started as something Augusta National members would wear to identify themselves as members. When Sam Snead won The Master II 1949, he was given a green jacket and the tradition of awarding one to the winner continues to this day.

Like there are for other major sporting events, there are Masters betting pools. Traditionally, these pools involve you and other entrants picking a set number of golfers and earning points based on how they finish. You pay to enter your team and the prize pool is split among the top-earning teams.