The Westgate and William Hill sportsbooks had six figures of liability on Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson, and neither golfer threatened.
The day after the prop was posted at the Westgate sportsbook, a bettor placed a $5,000 wager to win $6,500 on Koepka to go over 7½ majors at plus 130.
Golden State is on an 0-5 slide against the spread and is 8-10 ATS overall this season.
The total was 63½ on Monday at every Las Vegas sports book besides Caesars Entertainment and CG Technology, which each had it at 63.
The Westgate sports book has Tiger Woods at 20-1 to win the Masters and 5-1 to win any major in 2018.
All it took was one of the greatest comebacks in NBA playoff history to make a winner of a CG Technology bettor who wagered $262,000 to win $37,000 on Golden State on the money line.
The odds on Tiger Woods winning a major this season are still at 25-1 at the Westgate but the odds are against the 41-year-old ever winning another PGA Tour event.
After Monday’s NCAA men’s basketball title game and baseball’s Opening Day, the Masters golf tournament will take center stage from April 6 to 9 at Augusta National.