Masters 2021 ScheduleThursday, April 8: 3-7:30 p.m. ET, ESPN Friday, April 9: 3-7:30 p.m. ET, ESPN Saturday, April 10: 3-7 p.m. ET, CBS Sunday, April 11: 2-7 p.m. ET, CBS
Bryson DeChambeau Masters Analysis
Bryson DeChambeau (#5 Rank in World) – +1050 to WinBryson DeChambeau has been as hot as anyone in the weeks leading up to the Masters Tournament. He has played in just two tournaments since the end of February, but it seems like that’s all he has needed, as he took 3rd in one, and won the other. Much like Dustin Johnson, you typically know what you are getting out of DeChambeau. He shows up ready to play, and crushes the ball like no one else on the PGA Tour.
Despite his obvious talent, he seems to have a hang up when it comes to Augusta National. In his last four Masters appearances, dating back to 2016, he finishes in an average of 30th place. Not exactly what you want as the second overall favorite to win the 2021 Masters. The course will be playing firm this week, which should allow DeChambeau even more distance off the tee (not that he needs it). His entire weekend is going to come down to his ability to be accurate in his second and third shots. If he is able to do that, I see no reason why he should not be in the mix come Sunday.
Told him he wasn’t swinging fast enough. https://t.co/ooBGWrHULI— Vijay Singh (@VijaySinghGolf) April 6, 2021