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The Masters 2022 PGA Picks & Betting Predictions from Awesemo Experts This Week

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Welcome to the Awesemo Expert Golf Betting Picks for The 2022 Masters. Awesemo’s golf betting experts have outlined their favorite bets and PGA predictions of the week and located some of the best PGA betting odds and picks this week on BetMGM, PointsBet and more! We have loads of promo codes available if you are new to the world of sports betting. The following is a list of how our team of golf experts are betting The Masters this week.

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The Masters PGA Predictions & Betting Picks

In this weekly article, Awesemo’s golf experts will give their expert PGA Tour picks this week, as well as going over the best odds and their favorite golf betting predictions for the 2022 Masters.

Ben Rasa’s Pick: Patrick Cantlay

Outright: 25-1 (DraftKings)

There are so many different ways to go with a field this good and in a tournament of this caliber. I have a few guys that have quality numbers in the 50-1 range, but Patrick Cantlay also stood out as a guy in the mid-20s. His game is in solid shape, and the lack of a glaring weakness is huge at a course that will test every facet of a golfer’s game. Cantlay already has three top-five finishes on the season, and outside of the Players Championship, he has been one of the more consistent performers during the 2022 season. He has experience at Augusta, and although there were a pair of missed cuts, he’s shown that he has what it takes to contend. Before the Players Cantlay had gained tee to green in 13 straight events. With that kind of ball striking ability, I will gladly take a shot at 25-1 for him to put on the green jacket.


Jason Rouslin’s Pick: Shane Lowry

Outright: 55-1 (DraftKings)

Trending up with his form both here at Augusta and recently on the PGA Tour, Shane Lowry is no stranger to the top of the leaderboard at major championships. It’s said that a golfer learns more every year he comes back to Augusta, and Lowry is peaking in terms of times he’s been invited and the form in his career. At these odds, he can be added to the middle of the card with confidence.


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Geoff Ulrich’s Pick: Tyrrell Hatton

Outright: 55-1 (DraftKings) | Top 10: +450 (DraftKings)

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Tyrrell Hatton strolls into Augusta off a fantastic four-month stretch. The Englishman has produced four top-10s in seven starts worldwide since January and is coming off his best ball-striking week of the year at the Valspar; he gained seven strokes combined off the tee and on approach and placed 21st. Hatton’s body of work is likely going unnoticed this week, as he’s been a bit of a dud at majors of late, producing five missed cuts in his last seven major starts. The flip side to that is that he does have experience playing in majors and has produced five top-10s at the big events since 2016. A career-best 18th last year at Augusta is also a bullish sign that perhaps he’s finally come to grips with the demanding Augusta layout. He’s trending well in all areas, is an elite long iron player and putter, and is on offer at very enticing 55-1 odds this week. If conditions are tough (and they likely will be this year), it’s also worth noting that it will likely favor Hatton, who achieved his only career PGA Tour win at the Arnold Palmer Invitational in 2019 at 4 under par. One final note: The last two times the Masters was won at 10 under or worse, the event was won by a European player (Garcia 2017, Willet 2016).


Eric Lindquist: Tiger Woods

Outright: 50-1 (FanDuel Sportsbook)

Go ahead, call me a fish for this bet; I don’t care. This is Tiger Woods we’re talking about here, and if someone is going to stroll out cold turkey to win a green jacket, it is going to be the GOAT. There’s no recent stats to cite, but the course history (five wins) and legacy (15 majors) go a long way to show what’s possible for Woods in major championship competition. He’s the best iron player to ever walk the planet, and if the driver is routinely putting him in play, there’s no reason a win out of nowhere can’t happen. The odds have plummeted since open because he always garners so much public money, but if he’s truly as healthy as he’s looked the past few days, 50-1 is still a number I’m willing to fire.

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