Bryson DeChambeau’s large year enclosed 4 PGA Tour titles and a budding loyalty with Tiger Woods that led to their catastrophic army as Ryder Cup partners. But now a rising star is shutting in on pity something else with a 14-time vital champ: a pretension of 2019 Masters favorite.
Following DeChambeau’s latest feat in Las Vegas — his fourth win in his past 11 starts — a 25-year-old has softened to 20-to-1 contingency to win a 2019 Masters, according to Westgate Las Vegas Superbook. Woods stays a favorite during 10-to-1 odds.
Actually, DeChambeau is usually tied for a ninth-best contingency in a margin right now, that doesn’t utterly relate with his stream Official World Golf Ranking of No. 5. Still, he’s come a prolonged approach from his opening 60-to-1 contingency behind in August.
Woods is a four-time Masters champ, though hasn’t slipped on a immature coupler given 2005. He hasn’t won a vital of any kind given a 2008 U.S. Open, though had tighten calls this past year during both a British Open, where he led quickly on a behind 9 of a final round, and a PGA Championship, where he finished runner-up to Brooks Koepka notwithstanding sharpened a shutting 63.
After Woods on Westgate’s house is 2015 leader Jordan Spieth and World No. 1 Justin Rose during 12/1. Reigning PGA Tour Player of a Year Brooks Koepka, Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson, and Justin Thomas are 14/1, followed by Rickie Fowler during 16/1. DeChambeau is assimilated by Jon Rahm and Jason Day during 20/1, while fortifying champ Patrick Reed is 30/1.
DeChambeau finished T-21 in his Masters entrance in 2015 as an pledge and done a second coming this past year, finishing T-38 and posting his initial under-par turn (71) on Sunday. Just a hunch, though there are a few some-more red numbers during Augusta National in his future.