DJ, Spieth headline Masters betting favorites

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The two men topping the odds list for the Masters are the most recent winners, but on the PGA Tour and at this event.

World No. 1 Dustin Johnson is back to defend his title, less than five months after slipping into the green jacket with a five-shot romp that included a tournament record-tying score. He has been the clear betting favorite for the year's first major since the market opened late last year, and it'll take a Herculean effort to knock him from that perch before the opening tee shot Thursday.

But Spieth might just be up for the challenge, as a tidal wave of action on the 2015 champ has only increased in the hours since he broke a four-year victory drought at the Valero Texas Open. Spieth opened at +5000 at PointsBet Sportsbook to win this event five months ago, but he's now all the way down to +1100 and behind only Johnson, who leads the way at +900.

Next on the board are reigning U.S. Open champion Bryson DeChambeau and Justin Thomas, who won The Players last month. Both men are listed at +1200 as they look to win their second major and first Masters, while next on the list and rounding out the top five is Jon Rahm (+1300) who this weekend shared that his wife just gave birth to the couple's first child.

Here's a look at the latest full-field odds, with players on the grounds at Augusta National and competitive rounds beginning bright and early Thursday morning:

Odds to win the Masters (via PointsBet)

+900: Dustin Johnson

+1100: Jordan Spieth

+1200: Bryson DeChambeau, Justin Thomas

+1300: Jon Rahm

+1800: Rory McIlroy

+2000: Patrick Cantlay

+2500: Xander Schauffele

+3000: Brooks Koepka

+3300: Collin Morikawa

+4000: Daniel Berger, Sungjae Im, Patrick Reed, Paul Casey, Tony Finau, Viktor Hovland, Webb Simpson

+5000: Cameron Smith, Lee Westwood

+6000: Hideki Matsuyama, Matthew Fitzpatrick, Tommy Fleetwood, Tyrrell Hatton

+6600: Jason Day

+7000: Scottie Scheffler, Sergio Garcia

+8000: Joaquin Niemann, Louis Oosthuizen

+9000: Adam Scott

+10000: Bubba Watson

+12500: Abraham Ancer, Justin Rose, Billy Horschel, Matt Kuchar

+15000: Corey Conners, Francesco Molinari, Gary Woodland, Marc Leishman, Matt Wallace, Max Homa, Shane Lowry, Will Zalatoris

+20000: Harris English, Jason Kokrak, Matthew Wolff, Ryan Palmer, Si Woo Kim

+25000: Christiaan Bezuidenhout, Kevin Na

+30000: Phil Mickelson, Ian Poulter, Cameron Champ, Dylan Frittelli, Kevin Kisner, Sebastian Munoz, Victor Perez

+40000: C.T. Pan, Danny Willett, Zach Johnson

+50000: Bernd Wiesberger, Bernhard Langer, Brendon Todd, Brian Gay, Charles Osborne, Fred Couples, Henrik Stenson, Hudson Swafford, Ian Woosnam, Jim Herman, Jimmy Walker, Joe Long, José Maria Olazábal, Lanto Griffin, Larry Mize, Mackenzie Hughes, Martin Laird, Michael Thompson, Matt Jones, Mike Weir, Robert Streb, Sandy Lyle, Stewart Cink, Tyler Strafaci, Trevor Immelman, Vijay Singh

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