2023 Masters 4th Round Bets

What a strange year at the Masters… Between the tough weather conditions and variable tee times, most of the field has looked out of sorts all weekend. After the third round, SHB is currently down ~1.3 units (6-6 overall record) but virtually all of our futures bets are still in play heading into Sunday and our boy Jon Rahm has a great shot at catching Koepka (only 2 shots back at the moment). Keep calm, enjoy what’s shaping up to be an electric finish and always remember to bet smarter, not harder.

4th Round Bets

Patrick Cantlay – To Shoot 70 or Lower (+120) (1 unit)

Cantlay is tearing it up today. He just posted the second best score of the day (finishing up his postponed third round from yesterday) and he’s still within striking distance of the lead. It’s looking like Cantlay will be paired up with Hovland for the final round (who’s also playing lights out right now) so there’s a great chance this group goes low on Sunday. Cantlay’s 4th Round Scoring Average currently sits around 68.17 and his putts have been falling today so I love his odds of putting some pressure on the final group and posting the low number in the club house early.

Sungjae Im (-110) (1 unit) vs K.H. Lee

The third rounds for Sungjae Im and K.H. Lee couldn’t have been more different. Im posted the low number of the day at 67 and Lee surrendered 6 bogies for a third round of 74. Keep in mind, the players finished their third rounds this morning so Im is absolutely feeling it right now and Lee is likely trying to reset his swing thoughts. Backing Im here to keep rolling and possibly sneak his way into the top 10 by the end of the day.

Collin Morikawa (-225) (1 unit) vs Sam Bennett

Sam Bennett has been a great story this week (and he’s already made us some money) but the wheels started to fall off this morning. The amateur looked shaky coming down the stretch of his third round, posting a score of 76 which honestly could have been a lot worse if it wasn’t for some lucky breaks along the way. Happy to back Morikawa here given all of the obvious reasons but mostly because the pressure of playing the weekend at Augusta appears to have finally gotten to Bennett.

Hideki Matsuyama (-115) (1 unit) vs Russell Henley

Matsuyama is striking the ball well right now and he’s played more consistently than Henley throughout the week. The former Masters champ averages close to a full stroke better than Henley on Sundays and he’s looked better and better every round thus far. Banking on Matsuyama to keep it rolling after shooting a 32 on his back nine this morning and potentially post a low number early.

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