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It only seems like a few weeks ago that Dustin Johnson was handed the green jacket that declared him the 2020 Masters Champion, in fact it was November last year and Dustin’s reign will be one of the shortest in the history of the event, unless he extends that for another year by winning again this week.
There is nothing like the Augusta National Golf Club in full bloom and while it was interesting to see how the course looked in winter, I for one am certainly looking forward to seeing the azaleas, magnolias and all the other wonderful species of flowers in full bloom again this year.
More than any other year the anticipation leading up to this years Masters Championship is palpable and surely the pandemic and the shut down of golf and live sport has a lot to do with that and I feel with the Masters being back to its normal time slot hopefully signals that we are on the path to some sort of normality.
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My tips to Win:
Having only donned the green jacket for five months Dustin Johnson 9/1 – with BetFred – will be going all out not to be the shortest reigning Masters Champion in history. Dustin did go through a rough patch recently with his driver, but he seems to have rectified that problem and with his wedge play and putting I feel he will be the man to beat this week.
I did tip Bryson DeChambeau 11/1 – with BetFred – at the November Masters, I do feel his power is going to be a massive bonus around the Augusta National course and having had time to learn when to use that extra power and when not to instead of going gung-ho on every tee shot like he did last year will make him a dangerous competitor this time round. If you then add in his short game he will certainly be giving DJ a run for his money come Sunday.
I love match-play and according to some reports Patrick Cantlay 22/1 – with UniBet – was -23 for the three rounds he played and still didn’t make it out of the group stages, but what that does show is how good a shape his golf game is in right now, especially when you add it to his final round 61 at The American Express and an opening round of 62 at the AT&T Pebble Beach earlier this year.
Another player that will feel he has unfinished business in Georgia from last year is Sung-Jae Im 401 – with SportingBet – and although the course is going to be a lot firmer than it was in November Sung-Jae certainly has the short game to cope around Augusta National greens. Im has made the Top 25 in nine of his eighteen starts so far this season and with the smaller field and past champions, I feel he will be challenging again come Sunday.
I am also going to stick with my 100/1 outside tip from the November Masters Cameron Smith 45/1 – with SportingBet – and of course his odds have been slashed after his runner-up finish firing all four rounds in the 60s and becoming the first player to do so and not don the green jacket. Let's not forget that Cameron also has another Top 5 finish here so for me his performance in November wasn’t a surprise.
Nothing seems to faze Will Zalatoris 80/1 – with BetFred – and just to show his sixth-place finish at the US Open wasn't a fluke he followed that up with a Top 25 at the Players Championship and a Top 15 at a very tough Riviera Country Club for the Genesis Invitational and has had four other Top 10 finishes this wraparound season. This maybe Will’s first Masters Championship but I think he could challenge the Top 5 this week.
Try Victor Perez 150/1 – with SpreadEx
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