Scottie Scheffler heads into Masters as heaviest favorite since Tiger Woods in 2013

April 4, 2024

Heading into Masters week, there is a clear favorite to win it all.As of Thursday, April 4, Scottie Scheffler was +400 to win his second green jacket. The 2022 Masters champion is the biggest pre-tournament favorite since 2013, when Tiger Woods was listed at +350 ahead of the first round.Scheffler enters the Masters Tournament fresh off a win at THE PLAYERS Championship, which he also won in 2023.Scheffler entered the 2022 Masters at +1600, according to betting 2024:Picks to win, how many total birdies in past years & other odds2024 Masters field:See all 88 players on the listScottie Scheffler previous Masters finishesThe 2024 Masters will be Scheffler’s fifth tournament appearance. Here are his previous finishes:2023: Tied for 10th place with a total score of 4-under par2022: Won the Masters with a total score of 10-under par2021: Tied for 18th with a total score of 1-under par2020: Tied for 19th with a total score of 6-under parTiger Woods odds to win Masters 2024Woods, a five-time champion, has +10,000 odds to win the 2024 Masters Tournament on BetMGM, with his odds listed at +13,000 on Draft Kings, as of April 2. His most recent Masters victory was in 2019. Woods withdrew from the 2023 Masters, ending his tournament at 9-over par.When Tiger Woods won the Masters in 2005, his pre-tournament odds were +350. Since then, Woods’ shortest odds to win a Masters came in 2008 when he was listed at +130 prior to the first round. Woods finished the tournament in second place, three strokes behind winner Trevor Immelman.In 2007, Woods entered the tournament at +150 to win it all. He finished tied for second, two strokes off from champion Zach Johnson.