The Masters Tournament Betting Odds, Streaming Live, TV Channel - Round 3

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The Masters Tournament Betting Odds, Streaming Live, TV Channel – Round 3


Brooks Koepka is the in the lead at the 2023 Masters Tournament after two rounds of play. Koepka is shooting -13 and is -120 to win.

With a five-under 67 on Friday in the second round, Koepka has a four-stroke lead over Jon Rahm.

When is the Masters Tournament and when does it start?

This year’s Masters Tournament will be held at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. It will take place from April 6 to 10.

Where to watch the Masters Tournament, and what channel is it on?

  • Round 3 Live TV Coverage: ESPN

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What to watch for at the Masters Tournament

Augusta National Golf Club is set at 7,545 yards for this tournament, 270 yards more than the average course on the PGA Tour over the past year (7,275).

Koepka is the current favorite to win the Masters Tournament according to the sportsbooks as we enter the third round. He’s currently first on the leaderboard with a score of -13. The other contenders according to bookmakers as we enter Round 3 are Rahm (-9, second), Collin Morikawa (-5, fourth), Patrick Cantlay (-5, fourth) and Viktor Hovland (-5, fourth).

The Masters Tournament Betting Odds and Favorites

Name Current Score and Position Odds to Win
Brooks Koepka -13 (1st) -120
Jon Rahm -9 (2nd) +140
Collin Morikawa -5 (4th) +3000
Patrick Cantlay -5 (4th) +3500
Viktor Hovland -5 (4th) +3500
Matthew Fitzpatrick -5 (4th) +4000
Cameron Young -4 (8th) +6500
Jason Day -4 (8th) +7500
Justin Rose -4 (8th) +9000
Joaquin Niemann -4 (8th) +10000
Sam Bennett -6 (3rd) +11000
Scottie Scheffler -3 (14th) +13000
Hideki Matsuyama -2 (17th) +18000
Russell Henley -4 (8th) +20000
Phil Mickelson -4 (8th) +20000
Dustin Johnson +5 (51st) +20000
Xander Schauffele -2 (17th) +25000
Jordan Spieth -2 (17th) +25000

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Author: Dan Smullen

Dan Smullen has been in the world of sports betting for over 10 years as an avid punter. Dan is obsessed with helping the average punter become more successful at sports betting through the assistance of good sports betting data analysis.