The Masters will take centre-stage as soon as once more this week and the well-known Augusta Nationwide course is about to pay host to some of the open championships in years.
A bunch of high names can be battling it out for the Inexperienced Jacket however who will emerge victorious on Sunday night? Right here’s who the bookies suppose will win it…
The Masters: Prime six participant odds
Bryson DeChambeau: 17/2
Whereas he might divide opinions, DeChambeau’s work ethic and a spotlight to element is second to none and he’ll actually look to take Augusta aside this week.
The reigning US Open champion completed a lowly T34 in November however did shoot a powerful third spherical and can be determined to indicate his greatest this time round.
DeChambeau gained the Arnold Palmer Invitational final month, completed tied third at The Gamers and is now ranked fifth on the planet.
If he can familiarize yourself with the nuances of Augusta Nationwide, his energy may make him onerous to beat.
Dustin Johnson: 9/1
DJ was completely excellent in November, successful at a canter with a document rating of 20-under-par.
Johnson has since gained the Saudi Worldwide in early February however hasn’t proven his greatest in current weeks.
Tiger Woods was the final participant to defend his Masters title, successful in 2001 and 2002.
Johnson may have sensible current reminiscences to name upon across the well-known course and will effectively be donning one other Inexperienced Jacket come Sunday.
Jordan Spieth: 10/1
The comeback child may write a fairly exceptional story at Augusta this week.
Spieth’s profession had regarded nearly as good as over in recent times however he’s put within the onerous yards to claw his method again to the highest.
The 2015 Masters champion gained finally week’s Valero Texas Open to substantiate he’s again to his absolute best and has regarded in effective kind for a number of weeks.
Can he win in back-to-back weekends following all he’s been by means of just lately?
Justin Thomas: 10/1
Thomas put a troublesome few months behind him when he secured an outstanding win at The Gamers final month.
He additionally completed a powerful fourth on the Masters in November.
For nearly as good as he’s, Thomas nonetheless solely has one main title to his identify, a truth he’ll be keen to alter as quickly as doable.
Profitable The Gamers after which the Masters could be an enormous feat however JT undoubtedly has the sport to just do that.
Jon Rahm: 11/1
A maiden Main win for the mercurial Spaniard is unquestionably a matter of when and never if.
Rahm has not performed his greatest golf in current months however is an outstanding expertise and effectively able to placing collectively a efficiency to win this week.
He has completed inside the highest ten in his final three Masters tournaments and loves the check that Augusta throws up.
He’ll be many individuals’s favorite however can he lastly take the massive step into the winner’s circle.
Rory McIlroy: 16/1
It’s ten years since McIlroy endured his notorious implosion at Augusta.
Main by 4 forward of the ultimate spherical, the Northern Irishman shot a last spherical of 80 to tumble down the leaderboard in agonising trend.
McIlroy has not gained for a while and hasn’t proven a lot kind going into this weekend.
He began effectively at each the WGC at The Concession and on the Arnold Palmer however did not covert and can now be seeking to present the world he stays a high, high participant.
The Masters: Chosen participant odds
Xander Schauffele: 22/1
Has seven high tens from simply 14 Majors performed. Nonetheless ready to essentially be a part of the massive time however has the sport to the beat the very best on his day.
Lee Westwood: 28/1
Has been in sensible kind for a number of months with a string of excellent shows. Had a father-son journey to Augusta just lately to organize.
Cameron Smith: 30/1
The Australian pushed Johnson more durable than another participant final yr and enjoys it round Augusta.
Tyrrell Hatton: 40/1
Typically irritating however equally typically excellent. England’s final Masters winner was Danny Willett in 2016 and Hatton may actually be on rivalry this week.
Sergio Garcia: 45/1
One other former champion, Garcia has impressed just lately with good showings at The Gamers and the WGC Match Play. All the time one to look at.
The Masters: Different participant odds
Patrick Cantlay: 20/1
Brooks Koepka: 25/1
Collin Morikawa: 25/1
Patrick Reed: 28/1
Paul Casey: 28/1
Tony Finau: 28/1
Viktor Hovland: 28/1
Daniel Berger: 30/1
Webb Simpson: 33/1
Sungjae Im: 35/1
Tommy Fleetwood: 35/1
Adam Scott: 40/1
Hideki Matsuyama: 40/1
Matthew Fitzpatrick: 40/1
Scottie Scheffler: 40/1
Jason Day: 45/1
Joaquin Niemann: 45/1
Bubba Watson: 55/1
Louis Oosthuizen: 55/1
Shane Lowry: 60/1