|Date : 5th - 8th April | Course : Augusta National, 7435yds, par 72 | Defending Champion : Sergio Garcia|
The 82nd Masters gets the year's majors underway with the world's top players looking to make a mark at the start of the season. Augusta National has tended to suit players with an accurate long-iron game and the ability to cope with the lightning fast greens, and remains one of the great tests in golf. Sergio Garcia defends the title he won in memorable style in a play-off against Justin Rose. See below for our easy-to-use Masters form guide to help you bet on the 2018 Masters tournament at Augusta.
888sport's Outright Odds for the 2018 Masters : 17-2 Dustin Johnson, 10-1 Justin Thomas, Tiger Woods, 12-1 Jordan Spieth, 16-1 Rory McIlroy, 18-1 Jon Rahm, Justin Rose, 20-1 Paul Casey, Jason Day, Phil Mickelson, 22-1 Rickie Fowler, 25-1 Bubba Watson, 30-1 Sergio Garcia, 33-1 Hideki Matsuyama, 40-1 bar (prices 12th March 2018, subject to change)
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2018 Masters Form Guide
See below for player's results in the last six US Masters (2012-2017) -- unconfirmed field.
Hover / click player names for best performances and top 10's (since 2001) - hover / click ratings for past results.
2017 Masters Results & Odds
After seventy-three attempts, 45/1 pre-tournament shot, Sergio Garcia finally won his first major at the 2017 Masters. Tied for the lead with Justin Rose (28/1), the pair contested the title throughout the final day, Garcia initially going three clear early before Rose fought back pushing two clear on the 12th. The next, the par-5 13th was pivotal in deciding the 2017 Masters, both players shot pars - Garcia recovered from driving into the bushes whilst Rose missed a short putt - Rose could have built a commanding lead but Garcia managed to draw level by the 17th. Both tied at the top on the 18th, Garcia then won on the first play-off hole to make it back-to-back European winners after Danny Willett's victory in 2016.
Tournament favourite Dustin Johnson's freak accident dominated the coverage on the eve of the 2017 Masters. With doubts about Dustin Johnson's participation on the Wednesday night (before eventually withdrawing before his first round), Rory McIlroy (7/1) took over tournament favouritism. McIlroy had another disappointing Masters, never contesting the title, his driving accuracy especially poor (29 fairways hit from 56 -- the two amateurs in the field were the only to hit less)
Leading fancies Rickie Fowler and Jordan Spieth, amongst the favourites going into the final round, fell out of the top-10 with 75 & 76 respectively. The 2011 Masters champion, Charl Schwartzel, had another strong tournament, staying-on for 3rd behind Garcia and Rose. Along with the front two, Thomas Pieters and Paul Casey underlined a strong European challenge, Pieters in contention throughout the tournament confirmed his promise whilst Casey had another strong major and could yet win a major late in his career.
The duel between Garcia and Rose made the 2017 Masters a memorable event, with the Spaniards win especially poignant as the Sunday fell on what would have been Seve Ballesteros' 60th birthday.
See below for the 2017 Scores - Odds are a guide to the best available on the Wednesday night before the tournament (Dustin Johnson (withdrew) was available at 8/1 (6/1 before his accident))
2000 - 2017 Masters Winners