Masters Prop Bets

The azaleas are in bloom and Augusta National is ready to shine for the first major of the golf season. The 2024 Masters field will feature 89 players, including Tiger Woods, and the tournament begins bright and early on Thursday April 11. There are a lot of ways to wager on this year’s event, including some of the best Masters prop bets.

We’ve already published our Masters Primer, which gives you a preview of every player in the field and some tips on how to bet on golf. We also have a look at players that are in good form and those that are not at this time.


But, this will be all about the Masters prop bets that are available and some that are worth betting this week.

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Make/Miss the Cut

Betting on players to make or miss the cut is a straightforward wager that a lot of golf bettors will be interested in, especially with how difficult of a course Augusta National is. Here are a couple of noteworthy players, but every player in the field is lined at virtually every sportsbook.

Will Tiger Woods make the cut?

Yes +120 / No -165

For those using DraftKings Sportsbook, the odds to Make/Miss the cut are on separate tabs, but you can get action on either side here. As you can see, Woods is a decent-sized favorite to miss the cut. 

Tiger withdrew from The Genesis Invitational, an event that his foundation hosts, back in February after a first-round 72. He was only 1-over for the tournament, but withdrew because of an illness. He withdrew from last year’s Masters after shooting 74/73. He did make the cut, though.

Woods reportedly played very well in a practice round on Monday and there will be a lot of watchful eyes on him this week. He has made the cut 23 straight times at The Masters, so that streak is on the line here.

Will Phil Mickelson miss the cut?

Yes +110 / No -150

Lefty hasn’t played a PGA Tour event since he shot a 77-74 to miss the cut at The Open Championship back in July. He actually finished T-2nd at the Masters last year, finishing four shots behind Jon Rahm.

Mickelson now plays on the LIV Tour, where he has finished 53rd, 31st, 9th, 53rd, and 47th in five events from the first week of February to this past week in Miami. After missing the cut for The Open, he played in four LIV events and had one top-10 finish.

These will be two popular Masters prop bets to be sure.

Nationality Props

This is a really popular wager as well, as you can bet the Top American, Top European, Top Asian, Top Canadian, and a variety of other countries, nationalities, and variations of this bet. Here are a couple of best prop bets from the Nationality Props.

Top Canadian

Corey Conners +115

The nature of Augusta National seems to lend itself better to guys that have played there and have more data points. Conners had three straight top-10 finishes from 2020-22 before missing the cut last year. Fellow Canadian Nick Taylor has played there once (2020, T-29th) and Adam Hadwin has three starts (2017, T-36th; 2018 – T-24th; 2020 – MC).

Conners seems to be trending upward with his game, racking up three straight top-25 finishes in his last three events. Hadwin does have three top-10 finishes and another top-15 finish, but consistency has been an issue with three missed cuts. Taylor won the Phoenix Open, but has finished outside the top 25 in three of his last four tournaments.

Conners ranks fourth in SG: Approach this season, a hugely important metric at Augusta National.

Top Asian

Hideki Matsuyama +140

Given recent form, this could very well be a two-horse race between Matsuyama and Si Woo Kim (+360), who rides into The Masters with back-to-back top-20 finishes and six top-25 outcomes this season. But, Matsuyama, who won The Masters back in 2021, has back-to-back top-10 finishes and a T-12th on the heels of his win at The Genesis Invitational.

As mentioned, course familiarity and form are huge at Augusta National and Matsuyama has three top-10 finishes and four more in the top 15. That doesn’t leave much margin for error for Kim or fellow Asians Sungjae Im (+500), Byeong Hun An (+650), Tom Kim (+700), or Ryo Hisatsune (+1400).

Matsuyama leads the PGA Tour in SG: Around-The-Green, another hugely important stat at Augusta National with so many challenging greens. Matt Brown wrote about Matsuyama in our Masters Primer.

Masters Tournament Props

There are so many other props to consider, including Over/Under Winning Score, First-Round Leader, Top-10, Top-20, Head-to-Head Matchups, and so much more that are posted for just about every tournament, but take on a more special feeling because it is The Masters.

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