2022 Masters Halfway Odds, Leaderboard & Round 3 Tee Times

Eddie Griffin

Sat Apr 09 2022

2022 Masters Halfway Odds, Leaderboard & Round 3 Tee Times

The 2022 Masters has reached its halfway point, and the new world number one, Scottie Scheffler, sits atop the leaderboard by five shots.

Several former Masters champions, major winners, and tournament favorites are in the top 20 after 36 holes, while a number of players of similar stature and expectation are instead in reflection mode after missing the cut.

The former list includes the last three Masters champions, which means that you know who will be in action this weekend. The latter list, meanwhile, includes two players who were earmarked to do well in our pre-tournament Masters betting picks.

2022 Masters Tournament Leaderboard (Following the Second Round)

Top 20 (with ties)

  • 1. Scottie Scheffler -8 (69-67)
  • t-2. Hideki Matsuyama -3 (72-69) – 2021 Masters winner
  • t-2. Shane Lowry -3 (73-68)
  • t-2. Sungjae Im -3 (67-74)
  • t-2. Charl Schwartzel -3 (72-69) – 2011 Masters winner
  • t-6. Cameron Smith -2 (68-74)
  • t-6. Kevin Na -2 (71-71)
  • t-6. Dustin Johnson -2 (69-73) – 2020 Masters winner
  • t-6. Harold Varner III -2 (71-71)
  • t-10. Justin Thomas -1 (76-67)
  • t-10. Danny Willett -1 (69-74) – 2016 Masters winner
  • t-10. Joaquin Niemann -1 (69-74)
  • t-10. Collin Morikawa -1 (73-70)
  • t-10. Will Zalatoris -1 (71-72)
  • t-10. Corey Conners -1 (70-73)
  • t-16. J.J. Spaun E (74-70)
  • t-16. Matthew Fitzpatrick E (71-73)
  • t-16. Christiaan Bezuidenhout E (73-71)
  • t-19. Kevin Kisner +1 (75-70)
  • t-19. Tiger Woods +1 (71-74) – Masters winner in 1997, 2001, 2002, 2005 & 2019
  • t-19. Webb Simpson +1 (71-74)
  • t-19. Patrick Cantlay +1 (70-75)

Notable Names Who Made the Masters 36-Hole Cut

  • t-23. Tony Finau +2 (72-74)
  • t-23. Rory McIlroy +2 (73-73)
  • t-23. Jon Rahm +2 (74-72)
  • t-23. Bubba Watson +2 (73-73)
  • t-23. Sergio Garcia +2 (72-74)
  • t-45. Viktor Hovland +4 (72-76)

So, five former Masters winners are in the top 20, while four other major winners–Lowry, Thomas, Morikawa, and Simpson–are also in the top 20. Among the group of players at +2 are former Masters winners Watson and Garcia and former major champions McIlroy and Rahm.

Four-over-par was the score needed to make the cut, and a number of well-known players missed that number and will be absent this weekend at Augusta.

Those big names who missed the cut include Jordan Spieth, Brooks Koepka, Bryson DeChambeau, Xander Schauffele, and Sam Burns, all of whom had +5000 or better odds to win the tournament.

Of the ten most recent Masters winners, Spieth, who won in 2015, is the only one that won’t be around for the final 36 holes.

Louis Oosthuizen, who finished in the top three in three majors last year, withdrew after a first-round 76 due to a neck injury.

Scheffler Shines While Others Struggle in Second Round at Augusta

Scheffler recorded a three-under-par round on Thursday at Augusta National, with a bogey on 18 giving him an opening-round 69. That put him two shots behind first-round leader Sungjae Im.

But while Im and other notable names like Dustin Johnson, Cameron Smith, and Joaquin Niemann all shot over par in the second round, Scheffler shook off an early stumble to make light work of the famed course, drilling six birdies in his final dozen holes to finish with a 67, taking him to 8-under through 36 holes.

His impressive round was made all the more impressive by the struggles that so many tournament favorites and big names, including Tiger Woods, had. Better yet, his five-hole lead heading into the weekend is a Masters record.

Scheffler earned his first PGA Tour win in February when he won the WM Phoenix Open. Less than two months later, he is the world’s top-ranked men’s golfer and 36 holes from winning his first major title. Not a bad start to 2022, right?

Of course, there is plenty of golf left, and a lot can happen in 36 holes. A few bogeys for one person, a few birdies for someone else, and we could have a whole new tournament in a flash. That is why Scheffler is only a +115 favorite despite his record-breaking lead.

But for now, Scheffler is a fantastic position to back up the optimism shown in our look at Masters best bets among potential first-time major winners.

Here’s a look at the tournament odds heading into the third round.

Odds to Win the 2022 Masters Tournament (After 36 Holes)

Odds are via FanDuel Sportsbook.

  • Scottie Scheffler +115
  • Hideki Matsuyama +1200
  • Shane Lowry +1300
  • Cameron Smith +1300
  • Dustin Johnson +1300
  • Justin Thomas +1500
  • Sung-Jae Im +1900
  • Collin Morikawa +2400
  • Will Zalatoris +3600
  • Joaquin Niemann +4400
  • Jon Rahm +4600
  • Corey Conners +5000
  • Kevin Na +5500
  • Charl Schwartzel +5500
  • Harold Varner III +5500
  • Matthew Fitzpatrick +7500
  • Patrick Cantlay +7500
  • Rory McIlroy +9000
  • Tiger Woods +10000

For complete odds, click here.

Notable 2022 Masters Round Three Tee Times

Madison Hughes and Adam Scott, who are +4 after 36 holes, will get things started in the third round, as they tee off at 10:20 a.m. ET. Four and a half hours later, the tournament leader and 2011 Masters champion Schwartzel will be the last duo to hit the course.

All times listed are ET.

  • 2:50 p.m.: Scheffler & Schwartzel
  • 2:40 p.m.: Lowry & Im
  • 2:30 p.m.: Matsuyama & Varner
  • 2:20 p.m.: Na & Dustin Johnson
  • 2:10 p.m.: Cameron Smith & Conners
  • 2:00 p.m.: Morikawa & Zalatoris
  • 1:50 p.m.: Willett & Niemann
  • 1:40 p.m.: Justin Thomas & Bezuidenhout
  • 1:20 p.m.: Spaun & Fitzpatrick
  • 1:10 p.m.: Simpson & Cantlay
  • 1:00 p.m.: Kisner & Woods

Eddie Griffin
Eddie Griffin

Eddie Griffin has been writing about and betting on sports for over a decade. He joined the ranks of Betting News as a content manager. For more of his thoughts on sports and sports betting, you can follow him on Twitter.