US Masters Betting Offers
The U.S Master returns on the 11th April at Augusta and like some of the players, Place a Bet Online are in decent form coming into the first major of the season. So as well as our preview we’ll be providing a rundown of the best U.S Masters betting offers we could find and as per usual our pick on who will earn themselves a green jacket and our choice for a good e/w bet.
Coming into the tournament a lot will be said of Tiger Woods and his chances of winning, especially as he has recently regained his number one crown with a magnificent win at the Arnold Palmer Invitational; his third of 2013. No doubt he will be pumped up and determined to retain hit ranking.
Unfortunately the same cannot be said of the world number one rankings previous occupier Rory McIlroy. No one can determine the reason why, but despite being a favourite for most of the tournaments he has entered, McIlroy’s form has been far from impressive and we don’t see it improving overnight; leaving him unlikely to make any real impact at Augusta.
Keegan Bradley’s form of late has certainly been noteworthy and he has already made us some decent money this year. We suspect he is likely to be a front again and worth an each way bet 28/1, though this isn’t our top e/w pick; that accolade will be going to Justin Rose at 20/1, Padraig Harrington is also worth a few quid e/w being 66/1.
There are several contenders in the field, who could be our choice to fist pump the air on the 18th of the final day. Rory McIlroy is back amongst the fancied echelon thanks to a second place finish in the Texas Open, but despite cashing in on that finish. With the form he is in this year we can’t see past Tiger Woods when looking at the list of participants and as he’s the 4/1 favourite were going bold with a £50 punt on Mr Woods.
If Tiger Woods wins the US Masters 2013 and your selection finishes 2nd, Betfair will pay you out as a winner!
Paddy power is again running their hugely successful 6th place finish offer and we can testify from personal experience that the extra place certainly pays.
Money back as a bonus bet on losing outright bets, if a British or Irish player wins the Masters!