Final Round Masters Odds

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AUGUSTA, GA (TheSpread) – The 2015 Masters Championship is down to its final round and Jordan Spieth has a comfortable lead as he seeks his first major championship.

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Spieth posted a 2-under 70 on Saturday to get to -16 for the tournament, which is a new Masters record after 54 holes. Spieth nearly had a disastrous finish, as he posted a double bogey on the 17th and was in rough shape around the 18th green before saving par. He had a five-shot lead entering Saturday and has a four-shot lead on Justin Rose entering Sunday.

According to oddsmakers from Bovada.lv, Spieth is now listed at 1/3 to win the Masters on Sunday. Rose currently has 9/2 odds while Phil Mickelson has 6/1 odds and Charley Hoffman has 28/1 odds.

Rose is at -12 for the tournament after he shot a 67 on Saturday. He had a tremendous stretch after starting the day +2 early in the round. He birdied four straight on the back nine and finished with a birdie on 18.

Mickelson also shot a 67 on Saturday and he is at -11 for the tournament. Hoffman shot a 71 to get to -10. The rest of the field is at -6 or worse and likely not in contention to win.

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