With 90-plus golfers, betting the Masters field can be overwhelming. But we've got you covered.
We've categorized every golf that matters into favorites, contenders, sleepers, long shots, Augusta veterans, and those who need a miracle. We've also added their odds to win the Masters, their recent form, and the analysis you need to make smarter Masters wagers.
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We've broken down the field into the following six categories:
The best in the field. These are the guys priced at the top of the odds board with the highest implied expectancy to win.
Popular names that are likely to be competitive and in the mix, but offering a little bit longer odds than the favorites.
These are the golfers that are in great form or have the skill set to compete at Augusta National that will be off the radar for most bettors.
Big risk, but also a big potential payday. These players are far from the best in the field but could pull off the surprise upset.
Augusta National rewards course history and experience. Players in this category know the course well and have shown an ability to get by with success here regardless of incoming form.
Needs a miracle
"The Masters does not start until the back nine on Sunday". While these guys are unlikely to be near the top of the leaderboard on Sunday, at this course you never know. These are the longest of odds that need to get very, very lucky to compete.
Qualifying for the Masters
The field at the Masters is one of the most exclusive — and talented — golf fields of the year. Here's how a golfer qualifies for the 2021 Masters (per Masters.com):
- Masters Tournament Champions (Lifetime)
- US Open Champions 2016 - 2020 (Honorary, non-competing after five years)
- British Open Champions 2016 - 2020 (Honorary, non-competing after five years)
- PGA Champions 2016 - 2020 (Honorary, non-competing after five years)
- Winners of The Players Championship 2018 - 2021 (Three years)
- Current Olympic Gold Medalist (One year)
- 2020 US Amateur Champion (7-A) (Honorary, non-competing after one year) and the runner-up (7-B) to the 2020 US Amateur Champion
- 2020 British Amateur Champion (Honorary, non-competing after one year)
- 2020 Asia-Pacific Amateur Champion
- 2021 Latin America Amateur Champion
- 2020 US Mid-Amateur Champion
- The first 12 players, including ties, in the 2020 Masters Tournament
- The first 4 players, including ties, in the 2020 US Open Championship
- The first 4 players, including ties, in the 2020 British Open Championship
- The first 4 players, including ties, in the 2020 PGA Championship
- Individual winners of PGA Tour events that award a full-point allocation for the season-ending Tour Championship, from the originally scheduled 2020 Masters (April 9, 2020) to the 2021 Masters
- Those qualifying for the 2020 Tour Championship
- The 50 leaders on the Final Official World Golf Ranking for the previous calendar year
- The 50 leaders on the Official World Golf Ranking published during the week prior to the current Masters Tournament
Where can I bet on the Masters field?
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Masters Field FAQs
Is the 2021 Masters field set?
The Masters field will be finalized following the Valero Texas Open. The winner of the event earns the final berth into the Masters field.
How big is the field for the Masters?
The Masters field is generally around 90 players. The list of invitees for 2021 is 91. The field was 92 golfers in 2020.
Who is in the Masters field?
The Masters field is made up of the Top 50 players in the world, former major champions, and some of the best amateurs in the world, just to name a few. See the complete list on how a player qualifies for the Masters above.