Odds to win the Masters: Scottie Scheffler leads the way
Scottie Scheffler is one of three players sitting at 6-under entering the weekend. Photo by George Walker IV/AP.

There's a huge field remaining for the weekend rounds at the Masters.

The latest: Scottie Scheffler is a sizeable favourite, though he's not alone atop the leaderboard. Last year's winner, Jon Rahm, is an extreme long shot after narrowly slipping in ahead of the cut line.

Here are the latest Masters odds following Round 2.

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Masters betting notes

  • Scheffler (+110) carded an even-par round on Friday to stay tied atop the leaderboard alongside Bryson DeChambeau, and Max Homa joined the duo at 6-under after shooting a 71. Homa, making his fifth Masters appearance, has yet to finish inside the top 40 at the tournament.
  • For the first time since 2016, Rory McIlroy failed to record a single birdie in a round at the Masters. His Round 2 score of 77 pushed him down to T35 and inspired him to stay on the driving range long after anyone else.
  • Thanks to Wyndham Clark's late struggles, the cut line shifted from 5-over to 6-over as yesterday's tourney play wound down. That allowed some big names, such as Rahm, Hideki Matsuyama, Rickie Fowler and Adam Scott, to stick around for the weekend.
  • Corey Conners struggled on Friday, shooting 76, but he's still sitting at T24 entering Saturday. The other Canadian who made the cut, Adam Hadwin, shot 1-over on Friday and is T35.
  • Will Zalatoris was even through eight holes yesterday, but things unraveled a bit from there. He carded five bogeys over the final 10 holes to shoot 77. Zalatoris has a T6 and solo second in his other two Masters starts.
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