US Masters Each Way Offers: Which Bookies Pay the Most Places on Each Way Bets?

The 2019 US Masters is almost here and if you fancy an each way bet on this year’s first major read on as we take a look at which bookies and betting sites have the best each way terms and odds for this year’s Masters.

If you don’t know who you want to back, we’ve got tips and analysis further down the page. On the other hand, if you do know who you fancy and just want to know where to get the best each way odds, we’ve got that too, with all of the best enhanced each way US Masters offers.

US Masters 2019 Enhanced Each Way Terms – 10 Places!

Coral Masters Golf Offer - 10 places each way offer.April 2019

As is usually the case, Coral are leading the way when it comes to enhanced each way places as they are paying out to 10 places. Paddy Power and Betfair are also paying each way to 10 places at this year’s US Masters too. We’ll be updating this list as more of our favourite golf betting sites bring out their improved each way offers.

Note that full Ts and cs for all of the above enhanced each way offers can be seen at the bookie in question. All offers are 18+


US Masters Each Way Betting

When betting on golf each way bets are always popular because with such a big field and favourites usually priced at around 8/1, picking the outright winner is never easy. With the depth of quality at the majors that becomes even more the case and the US Masters is no exception.

Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson and Justin Rose are fighting it out at the top of the market but with players such as Jon Rahm at 18/1, course specialist Jordan Spieth at 20/1 and Justin Thomas at 18/1, there is clearly LOTS of each way value to be had at the Masters.

As standard most bookies pay each way bets down to just four places but for the majors all of our favourite golf betting sites tend to pay each way to five places. That means that if your player finishes fifth, instead of a near miss, you have a nice win, especially if it’s a player at big odds.

Taking advantage of these enhanced each way terms gives you a much better chance of winning and with all of the bookmakers above giving new customers a free bet (check out our top 10 free bets) as well, why not see if you can cash in at this year’s Masters?!

The Masters Tips and Preview, Thursday 11th April 2019, Augusta National

The PGA Tour has a very different feel to it this season. The schedule has been much changed with many tournaments moved about so we’ve already had the Players Championship before the Masters gets the major season underway. Those changes have largely been well received as the season has really built up a head of steam as the world’s best players and thousands of lucky fans make the trip to Augusta National.


The Masters Betting Tips

  • Jon Rahm to win at 18/1 with BetVictor
  • Henrik Stenson each way at 70/1 with Betfred

Augusta Offers Beauty and the Beast

The Masters is the only one of golf’s four major championships to be hosted at the same course each year and Augusta National is the main reason for the incredibly high regard with which the tournament is held. The combination of Augusta’s beauty, exclusivity and history makes it top of many golfers’ bucket lists but many of the game’s top professionals have left the 18th green absolutely hating the 7,475 yard, par 72 layout as it can chew up and spit out even the best.

The difficulty of Augusta means that every player who has got their hands on a famous green jacket has had to show a great level of mental fortitude. Nobody escapes unscathed through four rounds at Augusta National but some players competing this week have a better chance of keeping bogeys off the card and picking up birdies.

Powerful players who can fly the ball a long way through the air have an advantage as the fairways are mown from green to tee to limit the amount the ball rolls. In addition, the wide fairways are by and large forgiving, encouraging those who give it a rip. It’s a very different situation on the lightning fast and sloped greens which scare even the most confident putters. The run off areas around the greens are also very fast so players who don’t hit a high percentage of greens in regulation will need to rely on a razor sharp short game.

Experience Can be Key

Even the most experienced of former champions playing at Augusta will learn something new about the course this year. Previous experience at the Georgia course is a major plus which made Jon Rahm’s finishes of 27 and 4 in his two Masters particularly impressive. The Spaniard put a first round of 75 behind him to shoot 68-65-69 in his next three rounds last year so will surely feel confident about his chances as he drives up Magnolia Lane this week.

It’s often said that a right to left ball flight is preferable at Augusta. Rahm is confident shaping the ball in any direction but it’s noticeable in recent weeks that he’s hit a lot of the sort of high draws that will be so important in the Masters. The 24-year-old has plenty of big tournament experience and can putt on tough greens so looks very good value at 18/1 with BetVictor.

Another big hitter who represents good value for the 2019 Masters is Henrik Stenson. The Swede looks to have finally put a slow start to the season behind him and heads to Augusta feeling good about his game again. Stenson has bags of Augusta experience and has six top 20 finishes including a fifth place last year so is well worth each way support at 70/1 with Betfred.