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Reed 6/5 favorite to win Masters, McIlroy 7/4

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Patrick Reed is officially the betting favorite heading into the final round of the 82nd Masters Tournament, but Rory McIlroy remains hot on his heels.

Reed started the week as a 40/1 choice at the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook, but after taking a two-shot lead at the halfway point his odds fell to 3/1. A 5-under 67 gave him a three-shot lead entering the final round, where he'll start as a 6/5 favorite.

But the player in closest pursuit is none other than McIlroy, who remains in search of the final leg of the career Grand Slam. McIlroy started the week at 12/1, started the third round at 11/2 and now sits at just 7/4 odds heading into Sunday.

And according to the fourth-round scoring props at Westgate, an exciting finish is in store. Reed's over/under for the final round is set at 71.5, while McIlroy's is listed at 69.5.

Here's a look at the full list of odds, with one player only 18 holes away from slipping into a green jacket:

6/5: Patrick Reed

7/4: Rory McIlroy

7/1: Rickie Fowler

14/1: Jon Rahm

30/1: Henrik Stenson

40/1: Bubba Watson

50/1: Tommy Fleetwood

60/1: Jordan Spieth

80/1: Justin Thomas

100/1: Marc Leishman

150/1: Dustin Johnson

100/1: Field (all others)