Caesars Palace Odds to Win 2019 Masters

During the final round of the 2019 Players Championship the internet social media erupted with questions about the ability of Jordon Spieth to close. Spieth hasn’t won a PGA event since 2017 and calling his 2018 campaign a struggle is being kind.  Caesars Palace Odds to Win 2019 Masters.

Spieth hasn’t won a PGA event since 2017 and calling his 2018 campaign a struggle is being kind.

Rory McIlroy made two late birdies in last weekend’s THE PLAYERS Championship and closed with a 2-under 70 to win the talent-loaded event.

McIlroy, a former FedExCup champion, earned 600 FedExCup points, a $2.25 million payday and is climbing the Golf Futures as one of the favorites to finish Sunday’s final round at Augusta National wearing the Green Jacket. To be more accurate McIlroy is atop the Caesars Palace Race and Sportsbook chart to win The Masters at 8-1.

At the time this Golf Futures piece went to press World No. 1 Dustin Johnson was in the Saturday mix in the Valspar Open. And two weeks ago earned the victory at the WGC-Mexico Championship.

Johnson’s best finish at Augusta was in 2016 when he tied for fourth. However he has finished in the top 10 at Augusta in each of his last three appearances.

Just behind McIlory on the Caesars Entertainment chart is Johnson (10-1), Justin Rose and Justin Thomas at 15-1. Ricky Fowler, Jon Rahm and Tiger Woods all check in at 16-1.

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Caesars Palace Odds to Win 2019 Masters

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