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April is a special time for golfers and the build up to The Masters always tugs at the heartstrings especially if you haven’t picked a golf club up since you put them in the cupboard last September. The bright green fairways of the Augusta National golf club with its azaleas in full bloom and that old white colonial clubhouse signal not only that spring is here but also the first major championship is upon us once again.
The Dr Alister MacKenzie designed course never ceases to inspire golfers of every generation and come Sunday afternoon it will throw up a worthy champion to don the green jacket, no doubt after some major twist and turns across the four days, with Amen Corner playing a major part in those proceedings.
When Jack Nicklaus was asked about The Masters being the easiest of the four majors to win he replied "Easiest major to win? I suppose it probably is." With its restrictive field and past champions getting a lifetime invite to tee it up every April, I feel it is. So with that in mind here are my picks for this year tournament.
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My tips to Win:
I have been reluctant to tip Rory McIlroy 7/1 with SportingBet at The Masters after his disastrous final round back in 2011, not because of his ability but I just feel that mental scaring will take a lot to heal. If Rory goes into the final round in the lead, I am not sure he will win, but if he is in the group just behind chasing which I think he will be then in his current form I feel that is his best chance of him donning the green jacket come Sunday.
It seems Rickie Fowler 20/1 with WilliamHill is getting closer to winning at Augusta with a runner-up finish here last year which was his second Top 5 finish he also has two other Top 15s. Rickie has a win, a runner-up and two other Top 5 finishes so far on the PGA Tours wraparound season and will be in confident mood coming into this week.
I feel it could be time for Paul Casey 28/1 with Ladbrokes to win his first major championship and he has the perfect golf game for Augusta National. In the past Pauls temperament has got the better of him when he had a bad break, but he has certainly matured over the last couple of years. With a win and a runner-up already this year and being able to hold on to a final round lead winning for back-to-back wins at the Valspar Championship a couple of weeks ago, shows he is ready.
With two green jackets sitting in his locker, the Augusta National layout is just made for Bubba Watson 35/1 with UniBet and the way he shapes the ball, put a hot putter in his hand and there are not too many players who could beat him round this course. Bubba has had a couple of Top 5s this year and played some steady golf, but he is a different player once he drives down Magnolia Lane.
I have been thinking about tipping Louis Oosthuizen 40/1 Ladbrokes for this years Masters since January and was slightly disappointed that he played so well at the Valspar to take the runner-up spot, not that it didnt confirm my feelings but because I knew his odds would be cut which they were. I tipped Louis the year he came runner-up to Bubba at 66/1 and I have always felt there is a green jacket waiting for him.
I think missing out on playing in The Masters last year may just be the spur Brandt Snedeker 100/1 with BetFred needs to make sure he is challenging this year. Brandt has a decent record here with four Top 15 finishes which include a third-place finish and with a runner-up and Top 5 at The Players already this season he should be in confident mood.
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