The Masters started very well for our subscribers, with our opening three-ball treble bet looking set to collect when the first round concludes later today. We also consider ourselves to be unlucky so far with our first round leader bets, with only an inspired round by Paul Casey costing Xander Schauffele a share of the lead, although our other pick Justin Thomas may yet have something to say when play reconvenes.
With the weather meaning some of Friday’s three-balls won’t finish on time, and also based on the principle there’s no need to fix something that isn’t broken, here is our treble for the second day.
Xander Schauffele played very well on Thursday, shooting a 67 and easily dispatching both Jason Kokrak and Henrik Stenson. He plays with them again today and is roughly the same price to win. Climb aboard once more.
Matt Wallace came good on the back nine, playing a three-hole stretch in four under at one point. He takes on Rafa Cabrera Bello and Mike Weir again, and we fancy another win for the Englishman.
Our final three-ball involves the legend that is Tiger Woods. We were uncertain how the five-time Masters winner would play given his lack of recent match practice, but we were very impressed with his opening round. He knows the course back to front, and we’ll take him to get the better of an out-of-sorts Shane Lowry and amateur Andy Ogletree.
Schauffele, Wallace and Woods all to win their three-balls, 1 pt, at approximately 5/1