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Here’s who Vegas is picking to win the 2020 Masters

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The Super Bowl is in the books, the start of MLB Spring Training is days away, the XFL has kicked off, and college basketball bracketology is in full swing.

For golf fans that means one thing: The Masters is right around the corner.

The 2020 Masters may be just under two months away, but we’ve now reached the point in the calendar where it’s not too early to start looking at the favorites to take home the green jacket.

With that being said, here’s who the oddsmakers at the Westgate SuperBook are picking to win the 2020 Masters.

Odds courtesy of the Westgate SuperBook as of February 8, 2020.

Tiger Woods (12/1)

Woods, the reigning Masters champion, will be going for his sixth green jacket (which would tie Jack Nicklaus for the most of all time) and his 16th total major victory in 2020.

Woods has played well for the last 12-18 months, and given his track record at Augusta, there is no reason to believe he won’t be in contention when Sunday afternoon rolls around.

Rory McIlroy (10/1)

Will this be the year that Rory finally completes the career major grand slam? He certainly has been playing well enough to pull it off.

The key for McIlroy at Augusta will be putting together four solid rounds and avoiding a disastrous round that knocks him out of contention.

Brooks Koepka (10/1)

Those who have been following golf at all over the last few years know that it’s basically a forgone conclusion that Koepka will be in contention in every major tournament of the year.

Other notables:

  • Dustin Johnson (14/1)
  • Jon Rahm (14/1)
  • Justin Thomas (14/1)
  • Rickie Fowler (20/1)
  • Justin Rose (20/1)
  • Xander Schauffele (20/1)
  • Patrick Cantlay (25/1)
  • Jordan Spieth (30/1)
  • Tommy Fleetwood (30/1)
  • Tony Finau (30/1)
  • Bryson DeChambeau (40/1)
  • Bubba Watson (40/1)
  • Adam Scott (40/1)
  • Patrick Reed (40/1)
  • Phil Mickelson (80/1)

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