As per the norm, Rory McIlroy is towards the top end of the bookmakers' lists and this time sits in the cluster of outside favourites who could create an upset of the odds at The Masters.
The Northern Irishman will be aiming 29th career victory, his 19th on the PGA Tour, and, his fifth major title and his first since he was 25 years old back in 2014.
McIlroy will also be heading into the tournament as fifth in the Rankings, after losing his world number one spot to Rahm following his sensational earlier 2020 campaign. McIlroy also finished tied in eighth at the recent U.S Open, and it hasn't quite been a memorable year for the 31-year-old, given how successful he was in 2019.
The all-time great, however, has managed to finish inside the top 10 on seven PGA Tour events, despite just the one this year coming in the U.S Open. If McIlroy is able to work his way back to the top of the rankings, an increase in form is needed for The Masters this time around, given how he is averaging 7.51 points - almost three less than Johnson and Rahm.
McIlroy to win The Masters is priced at 11/1, and you can get a price of 12/1 on the Hotshot market, where a £5 bet will hand you a £1 free bet every time McIlroy hits a birdie in round 1.