The DraftKings bookmaker DeChambeau wins the Masters with 1 to 9 odds. They record this door accounting for 26% of the total stakes in 11/11.
Despite holding the top of the World Golf Ranking List (OWGR), Dustin Johnson was second only to DraftKings during the Masters season with 11%. At the same house, Justin Thomas, the third OWGR took 10%, while Masters Tiger Woods and Brooks Kopeka both took up 9% of the bet.

At BetMGM Sportsbook, DeChambeau at the rate of 1 to 7.5 times also ranks first in the input value structure with 14%, while Johnson is also second with 13.6%, followed by Xander Schauffele (9.5% ).

But Schauffele holds the top in the number of bets. This Golfer accounted for 6.7%, followed by Woods (5.8%) and DeChambeau closed the top 3 (5.7%). Last year, Woods won the Masters at -13 with a one-stroke difference to T2 including Johnson, Koepka, and Schauffele. DeChambeau in T29. At that time, James Adducci picked up $ 1.19 million from William Hill in the US for placing $ 85,000 in the doorway Wood won Masters at a rate of 1 to 14 times.

At BetMGM yesterday, Kevin Kisner was on the door to win with 1 to 125. The house received 5,000 USD from a player who believed Kisner has crowned Masters. If it loses, BetMGM has to pay $ 625,000 – the largest payout of Master 2020 bets so far.
DeChambeau has been a pro since 2016, currently owns seven PGA Tour titles. As for Masters, he has only attended three times, the best of which was T21 four years ago. Golfer born in 1993 tops the PGA Tour in terms of tee distance, averaging 322.1 yards last season and 344.4 yards this season. In the training session in the second half of Augusta National Stadium on 9/11, Dechambeau regularly kicked 325 yards without touching the ground, going green after two shots and just one fairway slide.
DeChambeau won the major US Open 2020 in September. After that, most American bookmakers raised him for the Masters, meaning odds were down to 1 to 10 or less.