2025 Masters Odds: Betting Lines for the Golf Major


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Scottie Scheffler emerged victorious at the 2024 Masters. He carded a -11 to win the second green jacket of his career. Ludvig Aberg finished second at -7. Betting odds for the 2025 Masters will be available soon at golf betting sites.

That will be the 89th edition of the iconic tournament. It’s the first of the four golf majors each season and also one of the most popular sporting events of the calendar year. Here’s what you need to know about the latest Masters odds

Masters 2025 odds

Betting odds on the winner of the 2025 Masters will be available in the table below once they’re available for online betting.

Current favorites to win the 2025 Masters

We’ll take a closer look at the favorites to win the 2025 Masters once odds are available. Looking back to last year’s edition, Scottie Scheffler was the pre-tournament favorite, followed by Rory McIlroy and Jon Rahm. Scheffler came out on top with a final score of -11, winning the Masters for the second time in his career. The cut line for the four-day event was +6. At the conclusion of the final round, just 11 golfers finished with a score of even or better.

Other Masters odds and betting lines

Other ways to wager on the Masters include finishing positions for all of the participants, round leaders, and various props. Here are some of the most popular options:

Masters tournament schedule

Here are the details on the 89th edition of the Masters. 

2024 golf majors schedule

At last season’s PGA Championship, Brooks Koepka outpaced the field. Wyndham Clark won the US Open, and Brian Harman came out on top at the British Open.

Recent Masters winners 

The past decade at the Masters has had some memorable moments. Here are the past 10 winners and runners-up. 

YearWinnerBetting OddsRunner(s)-Up
2024Scottie Scheffler, -11+500Ludvig Aberg, -7
2023Jon Rahm, -12+950Tie: Phil Mickelson and Brooks Koepka, -8
2022Scottie Scheffler, -10+1800Rory McIlroy, -7
2021Hideki Matsuyama, -10+5000Will Zalatorris, -9
2020Dustin Johnson, -20+800Tie: Sungjae Im and Cameron Smith, -15
2019Tiger Woods, -13+1400Tie: Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, and Xander Schauffele, -12
2018Patrick Reed, -15+4000Rickie Fowler, -14
2017Sergio Garcia, -9 (playoff)+3000Justin Rose, -9
2016Danny Willett, -5+5000Tie: Jordan Spieth and Lee Westwood, -2
2015Jordan Spieth, -18+1000Tie: Phil Mickelson and Justin Rose, -14

How do golfers qualify for the Masters? 

The field size for the Masters is the smallest of the four Golf majors and typically ranges between 90 and 100. Here are the criteria for qualification. 

Masters tournament history

The Masters was established in 1934. Since its inception, the tournament has taken place at the Augusta National Golf Club. Beginning with the 1949 edition, the winner has traditionally received a green jacket.

At the first Masters, the winner’s share of the prize pool was $1,500. In 2024, Scottie Scheffler took home $3.6 million out of a total prize pool of $18 million. Here are some notable facts about the Masters: 

The Masters FAQ

What was the total payout for the 2024 Masters?

The total purse for the 2024 Masters was $20 million. Scottie Scheffler won and received a cut of $3.6 million. Second-place finisher Ludvig Aberg took home $2.16 million.

Is Tiger Woods playing at the 2025 Masters?

The status of Woods for the 2025 Masters hasn’t been confirmed yet. At the 2024 edition, he made the cut and finished in 60th place with a four-day score of +16.

Can LIV golfers play at the Masters? 

Yes, players on the LIV Golf tour can play at the Masters if they qualify. The LIV held its inaugural season in 2022 and has attracted several top PGA Tour players. 

What sportsbook apps can I use to bet on the Masters?

The Masters is available for betting at all of the top legal online sportsbooks, including Caesars, bet365, BetMGM, BetRivers, and FanDuel.