Golf betting handicappers will have a deep field with plenty of parity and the possibility of incredible surprises as well as potentially big online golf betting payouts with a hidden gem that may emerge.
The Masters takes place at the beautiful and famous Augusta National Golf Club beginning on Thursday and running through Sunday.
The action can be followed on SIRIUS XM, ESPN, and CBS as the world’s best players will try for the coveted Green Jacket and an invitation to historic Butler Cabin. Sports Gambling will have all of your wagering options for The Masters so open an account to be ready for action.
While the focus of attention is usually on Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson it is Germany’s Martin Kaymer that is the number one player on the Official World Golf Ranking as he will draw plenty of action with the golf odds from gamblers looking for a talented and viable alternative.
Kaymer had a 2nd place finish in the World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championship this year. Despite his high ranking Kaymer is not a regular on the PGA Tour.
Lee Westwood, who finished second to Mickelson in last year’s Masters is ranked 2nd on the Official World Golf Ranking. Westwood has played in 4 events this year with a top finish of 17th in the World Golf Championships – Accenture Match Play Championship.
Luke Donald could be yet another hidden gem with the golf lines as he is ranked 3rd on the Official World Golf Ranking. Donald has played in 3 events this year and was the winner of the World Golf Championships – Accenture Match Play Championship.
Both Westwood and Donald are from England.
Graeme McDowell is 4th on the Official World Golf Ranking and was the winner of the winner of the US Open last year. This year he won the Tavistock Cup. He hails from Ireland.
Finally Woods is 5th and Mickelson is 6th on the Official World Golf Ranking but they will still get plenty of golf betting support. Mickelson won the Shell Houston Open and was 2nd in the Farmers Insurance Open so far this year while Woods has continued to slump.