The 2018 Masters Tournament will begin on Thursday, April 5, 2018. William Hill opened wagering on who will win the 2018 Masters Tournament on August 14, 2017.  Attached is an updated chart of 96 golfers + FIELD to win the 2018 Masters Tournament at William Hill’s Sports Books and on the Mobile Sports app. Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy, and Dustin Johnson originally opened as the co-favorites (8/1) to win the 2018 Masters Tournament.  Dustin Johnson is currently the odds-on favorite to win the 2018 Masters Tournament (15/2). 2018 Masters Tournament Odds: Tiger Woods 12-1.

Golf fanatics are closing in on the PGA’s first Major, the 2018 Masters in Augusta. Following the Genesis Open two weekends ago in which Tiger Woods missed the cut his Odds to Win the 2018 Masters ranged in the neighborhood of 25-to-1 depending on which Vegas or Offshore book one uses.

But after scoring even par at the Honda Classic last week and finished in 12th place this updated odds at William Hill have dropped to a current 12-to-1.

Last August when most of the Vegas and Offshore books unveiled their opening odds for the 2018 Masters at Augusta National next April there was a plethora of familiar names at the top of the charts.

Finally Jordan Spieth was the consensus favorite opening at an average of 7-to-1 odds. Spieth won the Masters in 2015 and finished runner-up in 2016 after surrendering a five-shot lead on Sunday’s back-nine. Furthermore the three-time major champ was initially followed by four-time major champ Rory McIlroy (average opening odds of 8/1) and then-World No #1 Dustin Johnson (average opening odds 10/1).

Hence the latest William Hill of the U.S. Odds to Win the 2018 Masters are as follows:

Below is a chart showing the odds for 20 notable golfers to win the 2018 Masters Tournament.

2018 Masters Tournament Odds

2018 Masters Tournament Odds: Tiger Woods 12-1

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