Betfair Enhanced Odds Offer: 30/1 on Rory McIlroy to win the US Masters 2017, or 5/1 on McIlroy to make the cut at Augusta, 6th to 9th April 2017

The Masters is the only one of golf’s majors that has so far eluded Rory McIlroy, but if you think the man from Northern Ireland will get the job done in 2017 take note: new customers to Betfair can claim enhanced odds of 30/1 on McIlroy to win the Masters.

Alternatively, if you don’t think he’ll win but will still do okay you could opt for the safer option of 5/1 on Rory making the cut at Augusta.

Betfair Rory McIlroy 30/1 US Masters Offer

Betfair are pulling out all the stops for the 2017 Masters, and for those who don’t fancy Rory but still want chunky odds, you could instead take one of the following offers instead:

  1. 25/1 on Dustin Johnson to win the Masters
  2. 30/1 on Jordan Spieth to win the Masters

Note that the maximum stake permitted (for any of the offers) is £10 and that the winnings are paid out in free bets. Please read the full terms and conditions of the offer in question on the Betfair site.

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Check out our US Masters Betting Offers page for more great options on the first major of 2017, but take a look at some of our favourites here:

Will Rory McIlroy win the Masters in 2017?

As mentioned above, Rory is yet to win the US Masters, but he’s won the Open, the USPGA and the US Open and we would suggest it is only a matter of time before he completes the set.

The bookies are not wholly convinced it will be this year, making him the joint second favourite with Jordan Spieth at 9/1 with Ladbrokes. That is mainly due to the brilliance displayed by favourite Dustin Johnson in recent weeks and months, however. But Johnson might well feel the pressure as the favourite and we are not convinced he will fulfil the bookies’ faith this week.

After Spieth’s collapse on the back nine of the final round at the 2016 Masters (when he put his ball in the water twice!), there is a school of thought that suggests the Texan feels he has unfinished business at Augusta and there is every chance he could claim the crown. On the other hand, he is bound to be plagued by last year and it will be interesting to see whether he crumbles again if in a similar position this time around.

For once Rory comes into a major with not too much pressure on his shoulders. He isn’t fancied by many people who storm it at Augusta and having gone somewhat under the radar, we think he can rise to the challenge and win his first green jacket.

Of course, at such a top quality tournament there are no dead certs, and there are at least 20 players who are in with a realistic shout of success. But Rory ticks the boxes for us and we have the feeling 2017 could just be his year to complete the set of victories in the majors.