There are three rounds in the book at 2022 Master Tournament and there are only 7 golfers with scores below par. Then we look at the Masters Tournament the odds of entering the final round on Sunday of the 86th tournament in Augusta, Ga. Check out our PGA Tour picks, predictions and bets again during the season.
Scottie Schefflerwho had an initial +1500 chance of winning, shot a 1 under par 71 on Saturday and has a 3-shot lead at 9 under 207 for the final round at the tough Augusta National Golf Course, which plays 7,510 yards. , par 72. Scheffler, the No. 2 player in the Golfweek / Sagarin rankings, was one of 9 players to break the tie on Saturday.
Favorite before the tournament Jon Rahm (+1000 before the initial round) is tied for 41st position at 223 (+7) after the 74-72-77 rounds. Defending champion Hideki Matsuyamawho won the 2021 event with 10 below par, is tied for 14th with 2 over 218 after a 77 in the third round after throwing 72-69.
The dream of winning is over Tiger Woods (off the board), who defied the odds by playing August’s grueling national track less than 14 months after falling from his car as he shot 78 after rounds 71 and 74. He is tied. at 41st at +7, 16 shots back.
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2022 Master Tournament – Final pairing
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Since 2010 at Augusta National, 14 golfers have led or shared the Masters lead after 3 rounds, and only 5 have won the coveted green jacket, including Matsuyama last year.7
Scottie Scheffler (-250)
Scheffler got his first PGA Tour victory on Super Bowl Sunday in Phoenix and has since shed tears, winning the Match Play title from Arnold Palmer Invitational and WGC-Dell Technologies. The 25-year-old, originally from New Jersey, has made 17 birdies and 8 bogeys in 54 holes while betting on his first major title. Playing his third Masters (18th last year, 19th in 2020), he ranks 28th on the PGA Tour this season with an average final round score of 69.0.
Cameron Smith (+195)
The 28-year-old Australian is back 3 times as he tries his third win this season. Smith, who won The Players Championship after winning in Hawaii in January, shot Saturday’s best round with a 4-under 68; he had 74 in the second round after leading with a 68 on Thursday. Opening at +1500 to win, sixth-ranked Smith has 16 birdies, 6 bogeys and 2 double bogeys in 3 rounds. He is tied for second on the tour in the final round scoring average this season 67.0.
2022 Master’s Tournament – On the hunt
Before the last group starts at 2:40 pm ET, these three groups of players will try to chase Scheffler.
2:10 departure time
Corey Conners (+13900): Starts 8 shots back at 1 under after 70-73-72 rounds. The 18th ranked player opened at +6000.
Danny Willett (+54900): He starts 9 shots back to equality after the 69-73-74 rounds. He opened at +20,000 to win.
2:20 departure time
Charl Schwartzel (+13900): Starts 7 shots back at 2 under after 72-69-73 rounds. Schwartzel, ranked 278th, who won the 2011 Masters, opened at +40,000.
Justin Thomas (+5900): He starts 8 shots back at 1 under after 76-67-72 rounds. Third-placed Thomas, playing in his 7th Masters, opened as the second favorite at +1300.
2:30 departure time
Sungjae Im (+1300): He starts 5 shots back to 4 under after rounds of 67-74-71. The 28th-ranked player opened at +6000.
Shane Lowry (+3900): He started 7 shots back to 2 under after rounds of 73-68-73. The 15th ranked player opened at +5000.
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