The 2022 Masters Tournament is one of the four major championships in professional golf. Scheduled for the first full week of April, the Masters is the first major of the year, and unlike the others.
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2022 Masters: Odds, Picks, Predictions, Adam Scott Among Sleepers
With the 86th Masters approaching, everyone in the golf world is asking the same question: Who are you picking to win at Augusta National?
With a tremendous field featuring the world’s best pros and some of the top amateurs, the first Major of 2022 should be an epic ride from Thursday’s first round. This year’s Masters is as open as any in recent memory.
So what is going to happen this week at Augusta? Let’s take a look at a full set of predictions and picks from our CBS Sports experts as we attempt to project who will win — and what will happen — at the most prestigious golf tournament in the world. Check out a full set of 2022 Masters odds provided by Caesars Sportsbook.
JT He has the game to win this tournament, and he came extremely close with fourth place in 2020.
In six career Masters, he has finished in the Top 40 and inside the Top 22 each time in the past five years.
There is no doubt that 2021 was a disappointing one as he started 4 as he entered the weekend but went for 4 overs in his final 36 holes. Perhaps to rectify the situation, he played last week at Augusta National … with Tiger Woods.
Jason Sobel is at its core, Augusta National is a second-shot golf course. Always has been and — until the day it gets stretched out to 8,000-plus yards, which might not be such a ridiculous notion — always will be.
It’s difficult to suggest that Henley is the game’s preeminent iron player, as any vote on such a title would go to Collin Morikawa or Justin Thomas or Will Zalatoris or, if the voter is feeling extra contrarian and Canadian, Corey Conners.
Adam Scott Among Sleepers:
Scott, the 2013 Masters champion, has made the cut in 18 of 20 starts at Augusta National, earning more than $3.7 million in the process. He hasn’t been much of a factor since 2017, when he tied for ninth.
Comparing Tiger Woods’ Masters odds to 2018, 2019.