Golf tips: Here’s 3 to see in Paddy Power’s enhanced Win Only Masters market

Paddy's got an Enhanced Win Only option for Augusta National and here are three likely lads who go big or go home.


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With 10 places available this week with Paddy Power, it’s certainly a very attractive week to bet each-way.  However, for those interested in going straight for the win, we have a dedicated market for that.

Our Enhanced Win Only market provides better prices than our main outright for the person who desires a win only bet. Also, for the first time, we will have cash out available in play for this market, so you’ll have the option to use that facility for the full duration of the event.

When looking at this market, I often look to pick out players who are lethal when they get in contention and guys who can tend to be win or bust, i.e not Tony Finau!

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Bryson DeChambeau (Enhanced Win Only)

Needless to say, Bryson DeChambeau is really fancied this week at Augusta National. The reason I fancy him in this Win Only market is because of his well-publicised added distance. It adds risk of course, but having that ability also adds a higher upside, with him able to cut par 5’s and par 4’s down to size. DeChambeau has the potential to win by multiple strokes this week, few others have that capability.

Brooks Koepka

Brooks Koepka (Enhanced Win Only)

Brooks Koepka was an injury doubt leading into the week, but he has defiantly showed up to Augusta this week and is sending out some positive tweets. For a man who won a Phoenix Open recently and a second place in his last start, he really could make a mockery of his price this week.

With four wins in 26 Majors, there is no doubt that he can finish things off once he gets in the mix.

Patrick Reed (Enhanced Win Only)

Patrick Reed has been in a prolonged run of top-class form, which has lifted him up to number seven in the World Golf Rankings. He has all the attributes I’d want from a potential winner this week – he held off a charging Spieth while in the final group with McIlroy in 2018, he has a win at the Farmers Insurance Open already this season and he has a notorious ruthless streak – sometimes crossing the line in the search for victory. However, this is the kind of guy you want to be on if you’re looking for someone to get the job done and be wearing the green jacket on Sunday night.



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