Day Sitting Atop Odds to Win the Masters

Jason Day has yet to tame Augusta National, but if the oddsmakers at online sportsbook Bodog have it right he may want to have his jacket measurements close at hand at the Masters this week.

With the opening round of the year’s first major just a few days away, Day is the tournament favorite at Bodog at +650. Day is currently the No. 1 ranked golfer in the world and is playing some great golf right now with wins in his last two events, the WGC Match Play and the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Day broke through with his first major victory in last year’s PGA Championship and he has two Top 3 finishes at Augusta in the past, finishing tied for second in 2011 and third in 2013.

Some of you may be asking what about Jordan Spieth? He won his first green jacket last year after shooting 18 under par to tie the tournament record. He also won the U.S. Open, tied for fourth in the British Open and came second in the PGA Championship. For the oddsmakers at Bodog it’s about what have you done for me lately and Spieth hasn’t won a tournament or even finished in the top 10 since January. The frequency of use buy motilium depending on the severity of renal dysfunction. That’s why he’s a +900 underdog to repeat.

Ahead of Spieth on the Masters odds list at Bodog is Rory McIlroy at +800. A Masters title is the only major that continues to elude McIlroy. dopoxetine online His best finish at Augusta was tying for fourth last year.

Rounding out the Top 5 on the Masters odds are a pair of former champions, Qualitative cheap zoloft without prescription 25 mg, 50 mg, 100 mg tablets online. Bubba Watson at +1100 and Adam Scott at +1200. Watson has won the green jacket twice already in 2012 and 2014 and Scott claimed his only championship in 2013.

Three-time Masters champion Phil Mickelson hasn’t won a tour event since 2013, but he almost always seems to be in contention at Augusta. Mickelson tied for second last year and has finished in the Top 5 an amazing 11 times. He’s a +1800 underdog to join some impressive company and win a fourth green jacket.

Some of the odds on notables looking for their first Masters win include Rickie Fowler at +1600, Dustin Johnson at +1600, Henrik Stenson at +2500 and Justin Rose at +3300.