Fore Please! Your Masters Sunday Betting Preview

Hello friends.

A little late getting this thing out but better late than never. Tiger is out there already in his Sunday red hitting bombs already.

He's playing with Rahm and I can assure you that he's set a goal today to beat the guy who has essentially been the best golfer in the world the last couple of years. A great appetizer for the main course today.

Let's hit it.

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The Coverage

The Conditions

Finally lookin freakin glorious out there, and the wind is finally dying down. Could be ripe for scoring.

Pin Locations

Very traditional pin positions here. 16 always a blast on Sunday. Let's have some fun.

The Board

Scottie is sitting at -225 to finish the job. Cam and Sungjae are really the only guys with a prayer unless Lowry or JT do something really special. I'm talking 63, course record special. Highly highly doubtful. Cam at +250 is really the only one I see worthwhile here.

Props

Will Zalatoris Sixshooter A +400 (over Hovland, DJ, Hideki, Webb, and Champ, 1:10 PM) - Will is gonna go low today. 

Winner Without Scottie Scheffler - Cameron Smith -200 - This is a lot of juice but Cam had the lowest round Saturday and had the lowest round Thursday in the bag before he doubled 18. Plus he's scored well here so many times now. Only man to go 4 rounds in the 60's in a Masters.

Head-To-Head

Will Zalatoris (-134) over Webb Simpson (1:30 PM) - I really don't think this place suits Webb's game and there's a fair share of evidence to back that up.

Rory McIlroy (-122) over Collin Morikawa (1:50 PM) - Rory is a backdoor Sunday king and I expect today to be no different.

Cameron Smith (-118) over Scottie Scheffler (2:50 PM) - I don't think Cam catches him but I do think it's more likely than not that Scheffler gives a stroke or two away today in the interest of staying on the safe side with the lead. We've watched both Tiger and Matsuyama finish with a bogey on 18 the last couple of years and I can envision Scottie doing the same on his way to a W today.

Let's have a Sunday… at the Masters.