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The 84th Masters tournament takes place at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, as the business end of the tournament begins, with the mid-tournament cut. Despite play still going on at the time of writing, there is a pattern emerging for the weekend ahead, as we pick out an outright and each-way selection for the final two days play, in the battle for the Green Jacket
Tiger Woods who won the event last year, looks to be heading into the weekend, while Dustin Johnson looks poised to challenge once again, for major honours. British pair Danny Willett and Tommy Fleetwood recorded rounds of 66 and also look poised for a big push for glory. However, its the following players below, that we are looking in the markets
US Masters Betting Tips & Predictions: Outright Selection
Justin Thomas at the time of writing sits as joint leader for the tournament, with the American posting a round of 69, to add to his impressive, opening 66 on Thursday, with the man from Louisville recovering from two bogeys in the opening four holes and a double bogey on the tenth to post his 3 under par round, showing great determination and fight, to get back on track on this tough Augusta course. He has of course won the PGA Championship back in 2017 and thus can handle the pressure of the biggest events and finished twelfth here last year. His game is shaping up well at the moment and with that grit he showed in Round 2, he could go all the way here.
US Masters Betting Tips & Predictions: Value Potential
For a value pick, we are looking at current joint leader Abraham Ancer, who carded a round of 67 today. The Mexican is playing his first ever US Masters and is currently embracing the experience. He has only won twice as a professional since turning pro in 2013, but his form over the last season has elevated him to the number 21 spot in the official world rankings. It’s a tough ask to win what would only be his third ever professional title, not only as a major, but also at Augusta National, but at a solid price, the each-way selection can warrant some genuine interest, if he keeps his head over the weekend.