Martin Kaymer 2011 US Masters Golf Betting Odds and Tips should focus in on the World Number One. The golf world new that Martin Kaymer really had arrived when he overcame a four shot deficit at the 2010 PGA Championship to land the title. The German held his nerve to beat Bubba Watson in a three hole play off on that occasion, to win the first Major of his short professional Majors career. This will be just the fourth time in his career that Martin Kaymer has stepped out to contest The Masters and he is sitting back in the betting because of his track record at Augusta. In three consecutive years since 2008, Kaymer has missed the cut on each occasion. Still, what that does really is make the World Number One some pretty good value. Head to Totesport and you can take him for 20/1, which for the top ranked player in the world, is some decent golf betting. What you are really betting on here is for Kaymer to get over his poor record at Augusta, but because that record is fairly in its infancy compared to the more established elite of Westwood, Woods and Mickelson, one thing for sure, is that on his day, Kaymer can stand toe to toe with them all and beat them. There is an air of this being something of a fearless bet, and you should expect Kaymer to land in the top ten at the very least, a feat which he has achieved in four of his last five Major outings. Kaymer is 5/4 at William Hill to land inside the top ten.
When weighing up your golf betting odds, the German’s history at Augusta would deter you somewhat in your Martin Kaymer 2011 US Masters Golf Betting Odds and Tips, but there is another angle here which needs to be explored. Kaymer has consistently got better and better with his game, and is pretty much a complete player. The momentum he has gained in his career is staggering, and following 2010’s missed cut at The Masters, Kaymer landed top ten finishes at the US Open, The Open and of course, rounded out the year with that victory at the PGA Championship. That is four top ten finishes (including the win) for Kaymer in his last five Major tournaments. Has he struggled the most at the Augusta? Yes, that is without question, but he approaches the tournament this year as a much better, a more respected player in terms of being recognised as a potential winner than ever before. Can the German win back to back Majors to firmly cement his position as the best player in the world? That is what the rankings say, and watching him in action, it is hard to argue against that status. Superbly accurate and consistent and had a big year on the European PGA last year, picking up four titles. One thing in his favour, looking at US Masters history, is that this is his fourth outing at the event, and all winners have played at least three times before there.
There has already been one title in the bag for Kaymer this year, a triumph in the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championships, where he beat Rory McIlroy but a huge eight strokes. That was an excellent example of the power game that Martin Kaymer can deliver, and now for Martin Kaymer 2011 US Masters Golf Betting Odds and Tips we have to raise the question of whether or not it will translate at the Augusta National Golf Club. He has struggled there before, and pretty much this is the only doubt about whether or not he can make a charge for the top. He showed brilliant versatility in the Accenture Match Play Championship this year, reaching the final but unable to overcome an inspired Luke Donald. Martin Kaymer 2011 US Masters Golf Betting Odds and Tips puts him in a great price bracket at your online bookmaker (and again is best priced for 20/1 at Totesport) and he has the game to really make an impact here. He will have been gunning for this one, should be well rested and hungry to prove himself. He is not someone who lacks confidence and it will be worth keeping a track on him during the first round. If he doesn’t get off to any kind of solid start, he could struggle to make an impact given his prior record of missing the cut. A solid start would allow him to build, and if he’s in contention at the half way stage, then he’s not someone who will crumble under pressure. Great value and well worth a shot at 2011 US Masters Golf Betting.