Rickie Fowler shares the lead at the Masters with three other players, but in the eyes of bookmakers he's the man to beat heading into the weekend at Augusta National.
Fowler started the week at 20/1 at the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook, and those odds were trimmed to 15/1 after Fowler's opening-round 73. Fowler is now a 7/2 betting favorite after 36 holes, where he shares the top spot with Sergio Garcia (6/1), Thomas Pieters (9/1) and Charley Hoffman (15/1).
Jordan Spieth, who trails by four shots and was the pre-tournament betting favorite, has the lowest odds of anyone outside the four co-leaders.
Here's a look at the betting odds for several contenders heading into the third round of the season's first major:
7/2: Rickie Fowler
6/1: Sergio Garcia
13/2: Jordan Spieth
9/1: Thomas Pieters
10/1: Rory McIlroy, Jon Rahm
15/1: Charley Hoffman
20/1: Phil Mickelson
25/1: Adam Scott
30/1: Ryan Moore
40/1: William McGirt, Hideki Matsuyama
50/1: Matt Kuchar
60/1: Fred Couples
80/1: Charl Schwartzel, Soren Kjeldsen
100/1: Martin Kaymer, Paul Casey
10/1: Field (all others)