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Bryson DeChambeau prop bets for the 2021 Masters

There are plenty of ways to back the longest hitter in the history of the PGA Tour. Here’s all the prop bets available for a guy without a greens book this week.

Is Jon Rahm worth his price tag at the Masters?

He’s the longest hitter professional golf has ever seen, and he isn’t afraid to take chances even at a place with as much tradition as Augusta National Golf Club.

Bryson DeChambeau is one of the most intriguing players heading into the 2021 Masters. With his new-look physique, he was expected to follow up his 2020 US Open win with a big performance on Magnolia Lane. But his T34 with a score of -2 while the No. 1 ranked player in the world was a bit of a disappointment.

Will he be able to get back on track on a loop that is known to favor the fearless off the tee? Here are the odds on plenty of prop bets around Bryson DeChambeau for the 2021 Masters Tournament from DraftKings Sportsbook:

Bryson DeChambeau finishing score at 2021 Masters

Winner: +1000
Top 5: +275
Top 10: +125
Top 20: -200
Top 30: -345
Top 40: -1000

Bryson DeChambeau after Round 1

Leader: +2000
Top 5: +500
Top 10: +250
Top 20: +100

Bryson DeChambeau to make the cut

Yes -1000
No +500

Bryson DeChambeau to make a Hole in One

Yes: +6600

Bryson DeChambeau to make an Eagle in Round 1

Yes: +400
No -715

Finishing position at 2021 Masters (tie no bet)

Bryson DeChambeau vs. Dustin Johnson

DeChambeau +112
Johnson -143

Bryson DeChambeau vs. Jon Rahm

DeChambeau +105
Johnson -134

Bryson DeChambeau vs. Justin Thomas

DeChambeau -110
Thomas -120

Bryson DeChambeau to have the lowest score by an American Player

Bryson DeChambeau: +750
Top 4 American: +188

The picks

Round 1 Eagle +400: There’s four Par 5’s, and he’s reaching all of them. Even in 2020 when he played about as badly as he could across four rounds and finished T-34, he still made an eagle on 13 on Sunday. These holes just set up too perfectly for him, and we’ll be on this prop every day until they lower the price. 4-1 is too much juice for a guy that’s likely hitting no more than a 9-iron into the green on 13 and 15.

Top 5 after Round 1 +500: DeChambeau tends to start a bit warmer than his competitors in most tournaments, and he’ll certainly be able to go low on an 84-degree day where the ball should be rolling like the fairways are made of asphalt by his 1:36 p.m. tee time. We hope he’s able to get through 15 before any afternoon showers (15% chance), but even if it did begin to rain during his back nine, that should help him hold the green at 12 and 16, and the improved length isn’t helpful on 18.