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US Masters golf odds

US Masters golf odds

The US Masters is the first golf major of the season and is one of the most  prestigious tournaments in the world.

Played every year at the Augusta National in Georgia, the US Masters is always a thrilling tournament that rewards big hitting and a smooth short game.

With so many brilliant holes waiting to catch players out and end their hopes of claiming the Green Jacket, the US Masters golf odds remain tempting right until the final round…

Players’ rounds can fall apart around Amen Corner

Amen Corner is perhaps the most famous stretch of holes on any golf course in the world.

The par four 11th, the par three 12th and the par five 13th are the holes where players’ rounds are made or broken as they try to avoid Rae’s Creek that plays a part in all three holes.

It has seen some incredible moments throughout the years, with Byron Nelson birdying the 12th and eagling the 13th en route to winning the tournament in 1937 and Sam Snead escaping the water on 12 on his way to victory.

More recently though, Rory McIlroy couldn’t produce any heroics in the 2011 tournament and his collapse around the holes saw him drop out of contention in a tournament he was previously leading.

He made a triple bogey on ten, but it was his four-putt double on the short 12th that really took him out of the running.

With Amen Corner providing plenty of drama, the US Masters golf odds will be tempting right until the bitter end on the Sunday.

US Masters golf odds on British golfers are sure to be long

There hasn’t been a British winner of the US Masters since 1996 when Nick Faldo fought back to beat Greg Norman in a dramatic final day.

However, with the likes of Rory McIlroy, Luke Donald and Lee Westwood continuing to play brilliant golf, US Masters golf odds on a British winner are starting to look tempting once more.

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