The Masters tees off this Thursday, and FanDuel is giving out a great promo for new users. FanDuel is offering 20/1 odds on Dustin Johnson, Jordan Spieth, and Rory Mcllroy to make the cut, meaning they advance to the weekend. Given the quality of the golfer, this is a great way to get a boost to start your bankroll. This promo will run through the cut line. You can still capitalize on the new user bonus, after where FanDuel will match up to $1000 for a risk-free bet.
Chances are you have heard of Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy, or Jordan Spieth. FanDuel is offering a $5 max bet with 20/1 odds for one of them to make the cut. This promo is for new users and will have through the end of the second round to place your wager. Illinois is the only FanDuel eligible state where this promo can not be used.
You can claim this promo by registering, making your first deposit, and then using a real-money wager on Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy, or Jordan Spieth to advance to the weekend. When registering on the desktop site, you will see a pop-up to download the app to claim the promo.
This promo will take the place of the $1000 risk-free bet if used.
Given these names are within the top-six in odds to win the Masters, there is a pretty good chance of each of them making it through to the weekend. You just need one of them, and Dustin Johnson seems the safest out of the three, given his track record here. Mcllroy is probably the least safe, given we have seen him bomb out early at times and not reach the weekend.
One name I was closely watching before this week was Jon Rahm because there was a chance he would have had to leave during the Masters due to his wife being pregnant. They announced their baby before this week, meaning Rahm is a full-go for the Masters. Rahm sits at +1200 currently, which he has the 5th best odds. Rahm has the long-range driver to be able to dominate this course, but his putting is going to need to follow through. Out of the top names, Rahm is my favorite. Justin Thomas is a close second at +1100, who is having a strong season so far.
Diving deeper into names, Tommy Fleetwood comes in at +4100. Now, Fleetwood doesn’t have a great track record at the masters, in four career starts, but he has a lot of talent and is going to at least be in the thick of it. Staying at this range, Hideki Matsuyama at +4600 is also intriguing. He does have a top-five finish at Augusta in his career but has failed to deliver consistent performances. Matsuyama is a boom-or-bust play but does have the tools to be worth a wager.
You can also find bet types on finishing position, round leaders, group betting, cut lines, and tournament props. Some of these players have the same value to make the top five or ten, which takes away the outright winner stress.