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The mystique and anticipation of the US Masters is like no other golf tournament. 8 months of ‘no Major frustration’ since the PGA Championship comes to an end at Augusta National Golf Club, which just so happens to be the most pristine and manicured golf property on the planet. It’s where nothing’s left to chance, where golfing history is made each year, where a player’s mettle is tested to its maximum.
The 83rd edition of The Masters takes place from Thursday 11th April 2019. Now into our 10th season, Golf Betting System will as ever be hunting for profit with our US Masters tips from Paul Williams and Steve Bamford. Golf Betting System has full 2019 coverage with outright market tips, long-shot and alternative market selections, a full range of free course and player statistics, plus of course our famous statistical Predictor Model. You can also listen to our weekly Golf Betting System podcast which is also available on iTunes and on our YouTube channel.
The US Masters, as the first Major of the season, always captures the imagination of the golfing world and the betting public alike. Plenty of questions will be answered at what will be the 83rd edition of the Masters. Can a World Number 1 become the first top-ranked player to win The Masters since Tiger Woods in 2002? Talking of Tiger Woods can he capture his 15th Major, 11 years after his last? How will Patrick Reed perform defending the Green Jacket? Can Brooks Koepka win his 4th Major title in less than 2 years? Can Jordan Spieth rebound at his beloved Augusta? Can Rory McIlroy win the Major Grand Slam or can the likes of DeChambeau, Fleetwood, Fowler, Matsuyama, Rahm, or Schauffele win their first Major title?