2011 Masters Picks and Betting Odds

Welcome to the drive for the green jacket. Yes its time for the first major of the golf season and everyone is very excited about the Masters. I am a professional golf handicapper and have been for the past 7 years. Masters week is easily my busiest week of the year and this year has been no exception. Everyone in the golf world is talking about Phil and Tiger, while there are 97 other golfers who would also love to win this week’s event. My job this week has been finding out the players to bet on so my clients and I can profit again on the Masters.

Let me first tell you a little about some recent success I have had…


Three weeks ago I had Webb Simpson as my long shot at 120/1. He looked like he was going to win the championship only to lose by 1 shot to Gary Woodland. Two weeks ago I had Martin Laird and hit him at 38/1. We were all very happy to hit this winner after such a heartbreaking defeat just one week prior. Our bankrolls are now ready to hit another solid winner this week at the Masters. Click Here To Get Steve’s Masters Picks


With the Masters being the most bet on golf event in North America, my reputation is built through my success at this tournament. Just two years ago I hit a winner that almost no one had on his or her radar. Angel Cabrera was paying 140/1 and won the 2009 Masters through a playoff. The celebrations that ensued were legendary. Then last year I had Phil Mickelson as my favorite at 11/1. He won the event and my clients were again happy after we hit a second straight Masters champion. This year we look to make it 3.


I utilize what I like to call a 6 pack of players for each tournament. Through my research and knowledge I compile a list of 6 players I feel have the best chance to win the tournament and are set with good value. I can assure you there is nothing better than hitting a 100/1 long shot on Sunday afternoon while watching a golf tournament. Well I suppose hitting Cabrera at 140/1 was better, but you know what I mean.


Augusta is one of the most beautiful golf courses in the world. Playing at 7435 yards as a Par 72, the players will be forced to navigate through 18 holes that can make even a professional look foolish. Be sure to pay attention to the 12th hole as it has a history of making professionals look like amateurs. Measuring only 155 yards the 12th will force players to judge the wind more than any hole on the course. This hole will be fun to watch, along with all the drama the Masters always brings.


Whether you are entering an office pool or placing bets on the Masters, be sure to check out the picks I have compiled for the first major of the year. This is what I do for a living and I would love to see everyone profit come Sunday afternoon.


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Enjoy Masters week everyone,


Steve.

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