Masters odds to win: Bryson DeChambeau an early favorite with Augusta looming

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Bryson DeChambeau is the early favorite to claim his first green jacket.

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It’s never too early to start analyzing Masters odds, but with the green jacket up for grabs in a little under a month, it’s time to start looking carefully at who Vegas sees as the real contenders.

As it stands now, Bryson DeChambeau is the favorite as he looks to claim his second consecutive major title. DeChambeau has been the most talked about man in golf since his romping of the field at Winged Foot, and oddsmakers like him to have similar success at Augusta. His 8/1 odds top golfodds.com’s current slate of favorites.

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If DeChambeau is going to earn his first green jacket, he’ll have to break a trend of less-than-stellar play in the tournament. In his three starts at the Masters, he’s yet to finish inside the top 20, a T21 last season representing his best result. But that was a different DeChambeau — before the bulk-up and his latest attempt at revolutionaizing the game. This DeChambeau is more equipped to tackle the challenges that Augusta National presents.

Trailing DeChambeau is a trio of contenders in Rory McIlroy, Jon Rahm and Dustin Johnson, each seeking his first green jacket. McIlroy has experienced heartbreak at Augusta National in the past, while Johnson comes into the event after a runner-up performance last year. Rahm is looking to build off his strong performance the last two years, when he’s recorded back-to-back top 10s.

Brooks Koepka and Xander Schauffele round out the top five at 16/1 odds, while defending champion Tiger Woods comes in at 25/1 odds. If he hopes to repeat as champion, he’ll have to do it without the confidence of Vegas behind him.

Check out odds for the entire field below.

Masters odds to win


Bryson DeChambeau 8/1

Rory McIlroy 12/1

Jon Rahm 12/1

Dustin Johnson 12/1

Justin Thomas 14/1

Brooks Koepka 16/1

Xander Schauffele 16/1

Tiger Woods 25/1

Patrick Cantlay 25/1

Collin Morikawa 25/1

Patrick Reed 35/1

Webb Simpson 35/1

Tony Finau 35/1

Matthew Wolff 35/1

Rickie Fowler 40/1

Tommy Fleetwood 40/1

Hideki Matsuyama 40/1

Tyrrell Hatton 40/1

Justin Rose 40/1

Jason Day 40/1

Adam Scott 50/1

Bubba Watson 50/1

Jordan Spieth 50/1

Louis Oosthuizen 50/1

Paul Casey 60/1

Matthew Fitzpatrick 60/1

Sungjae Im 80/1

Gary Woodland 80/1

Sergio Garcia 80/1

Phil Mickelson 80/1

Kevin Kisner 80/1

Scottie Scheffler 80/1

Abraham Ancer 80/1

Matt Kuchar 100/1

Lee Westwood 100/1

Cameron Champ 100/1

Brendon Todd 100/1

Marc Leishman 125/1

Shane Lowry 125/1

Joaquin Niemann 125/1

Billy Horschel 125/1

Ian Poulter 150/1

Henrik Stenson 150/1

Francesco Molinari 150/1

Brandt Snedeker 200/1

Cameron Smith 200/1

Byeong Hun An 200/1

Danny Willett 200/1

Bernd Wiesberger 200/1

Corey Conners 200/1

Kevin Na 200/1

Chez Reavie 200/1

Si Woo Kim 200/1

Sebastian Munoz 200/1

Lanto Griffin 200/1

Jason Kokrak 250/1

Adam Hadwin 250/1

Matt Wallace 250/1

Zach Johnson 250/1

Erik van Rooyen 250/1

Rafael Cabrera Bello 250/1

Max Homa 250/1

J.T. Poston 250/1

Charl Schwartzel 250/1

Christiaan Bezuidenhout 250/1

Charles Howell III 300/1

Victor Perez 300/1

Dylan Frittelli 300/1

Sandy Lyle 10,000/1

Graeme McDowell 300/1

Lucas Glover 300/1

Tyler Duncan 400/1

Justin Harding 400/1

Andrew Landry 500/1

Nick Taylor 500/1

C.T. Pan 500/1

Andrew Putnam 600/1

Sung Kang 600/1

Jimmy Walker 600/1

Nate Lashley 600/1

Shugo Imahira 600/1

Fred Couples 1000/1

Jazz Janewattananond 1000/1

Bernhard Langer 1000/1

Vijay Singh 1000/1

Trevor Immelman 2000/1

Angel Cabrera 2000/1

Andy Ogletree 2000/1

Mike Weir 3000/1

James Sugrue 3000/1

John Augenstein 3000/1

Lukas Michel 3000/1

Yuxin Lin 3000/1

Abel Gallegos 3000/1

Jose Maria Olazabal 5000/1

Larry Mize 10,000/1

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Zephyr Melton is an assistant editor for GOLF.com where he spends his days blogging, producing and editing. Prior to joining the team at GOLF.com, he attended the University of Texas followed by stops with Team USA, the Green Bay Packers and the PGA Tour. He assists on all things instruction and is the staff’s self-appointed development tour “expert.”