US Masters 2017 Betting Picks

[Get Exclusive Tips on our Patreon, Ad-Free

Welcome to Wednesday, and at the offices that means one thing – free golf betting tips!

This week I know there’s a lot of people eagerly anticipating this weeks golf betting picks as it’s the Masters. Should be a good one although I should warn you that this is the type of tournament where the sportsbooks are focused on strongly, and Augusta is a bloody tough course.

So while I’ve got a bunch of betting tips for the Masters I’m not as confident in them as I am most weeks. These are more tricky than usual.

Speaking of confidence picks – if you were on last weeks tips then boy you got to experience some frustration.

For those unaware I tipped Lexi Thompson to win the LPGA Tournament. Well she was on the back 9 in the final round and 3 ahead, when she was given a 4 stroke penalty. The reason? A bloody TV viewer had noticed she had moved the ball a quarter of an inch the previous day.

Absolutely ridiculous. Lexi forced a playoff but couldn’t quite capitalize.

Oh well. Either way it was another great tip by me in what has been a tremendous year so far.

Here’s the betting slip for that one:

Now onto the US Masters. Remember, I recommend betting the Masters at:

Notable Upcoming Bets:

Event: Type of Bet: Props: Where To Bet:
MLB Adjusted Run Lines Yes
WWE Futures Champions End of 2021 Yes
Popcorn Eating World Championship Yes BetOnline
Logan Paul vs Floyd Mayweather Tons of unique props Yes BetOnline

US Masters Betting Picks:

Jordan Spieth for a Top 5 Finish. If Spieth was in electric form coming into this one I’d have no problem backing him. His record is incredible here in the 3 tournaments he has played. However I’m not sure if he will have what it takes – especially with the form of DJ and a few others. His quality suggests that even if he is off form though he can at least get a Top 5 Finish and that’s what I’m going to back here.

Daniel Berger to win and each way. Big odds at 66/1 and I’m on Berger for half a unit. He performed here last year and did well and stood out to me. He’s also coming in with some great form that has been going back as far as February and the Phoenix Open.

Jason Day to win and each way. I’m not fully confident on this one – he doesn’t tick all the boxes. His form is extremely poor for Day. Despite that, you have to look at the history he has in both the Masters, and the Majors. I’m on him for a quarter unit as the odds are just right.

Tyrrell Hatton to win and E/W. Hatton has shown that he can handle the Majors with two top 10 finishes in his last two. I like that. The pressure of the Majors can be huge so that’s a good sign for Hatton. I’m on a quarter unit for him.

Bill Haas Top 20 Finish. Haas is yet to miss a cut in all of his performances here and that’s truly amazing. I think he can get in the Top 20 and I’m backing that and also him to win & E/W. The former for a full unit, the latter risky bet for a quarter unit. I learned my lesson from Lee Westwood last year!

Justin Rose to win and E/W. Rose is barely in here for me due to the form he is in and some solid performances here. I’d hate to miss out on him. Only a quarter unit.