The Masters starts this week and Paddy Power have a selection of Power Prices to make the greatest golfing major even more exciting
Every year Augusta National hosts the biggest major of the year, The Masters. The winners of this competition go down in golfing history and get awarded a green jacket.
Last years winner was Dustin Johnson who was dominant for the majority of the tournament, winning by five shots in the end. He is there again this year to defend his title and is one of the favourites to win the green jacket.
This year’s Masters is back to its original date in April. Last year it was postponed until November, due to the global break in sport. There will more fans than the 2020 competition and it will make it feel more like the Masters we know!
Masters 2021 Power Prices
Jordan Spieth or Jon Rahm to win the US Masters 2021 – 11/2
These two men are two of the favourites to win the competition this year. Spieth has won it before back in 2015 and has come back in to form of late, winning at the Valero Texas Open. He has experienced the highs and lows of Augusta so has a good chance. Rahm is yet to win a major but is consistently up there challenging for them. This year he has had seven tops tens and it’s a matter of time before he converts one to a win.
Dustin Johnson to birdie the 13th hole in all 4 rounds – 15/2
The 13th hole at Augusta is a par 5, 510 yards. This is an opportunity for all the players to knock so shots of their score. Johnson is one of the longest hitters in golf and will leave himself a very good chance of birdieing this hole. Last year, he got three birdies on this hole and will see it as a chance to get one every round.
Patrick Cantlay & Brooks Koepka both to finish in the top 10 (Inc. ties) – 11/1
In his four times visiting Augusta, Cantlay has finished in the top ten once. He is a fairly consistent golfer and has had a good, currently ranked number ten in the world. Brooks is a four-time major winner, who is to win The Masters. He has finished seventh and second in the last two years and seems to be getting back to his best after a struggle with injury.
Bryson DeChambeau to have a bogey free round 1 – 14/1
Last year, Bryson finished with four bogies in his first round, all on par fours. He will have taken a lot from this and will approach them differently this year. On top of this, he is in better form going into this one and is the favourite with Paddy Power. If he wants to win this year, he is going to have to keep bogies to a minimum!