Here are the best bets for the Masters

1 and defending champion Dustin Johnson (9/1) is the favorite and will attempt to be just the fourth player ever to win consecutive Masters (Tiger Woods 2002 and 2003, Nick Faldo 1989 and 1990, and Jack Nicklaus 1965 and 1966).

Justin Thomas (12/1) recently won the Players Championship and has improved in every Masters appearance with a T-4 last fall being his best career finish here.

A couple of weeks ago, Rahm encouraged folks not to bet him for the Masters since he and his wife Kelley were expecting their first child.

Their baby boy, Kepa, was born early Sunday morning and it is now expected that Rahm makes his way to Augusta to try to win his first major.

Rahm did make some of his usual difficult putts at the Match Play and was the only top-seeded group player to advance into the weekend tournament before being knocked out in the quarterfinals by Scottie Scheffler.

Koepka got back to his winning ways for the first time since the summer of 2019 with a victory at the Waste Management Phoenix Open in February.

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