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Fowler is touted as a potential Masters winner year after year, but the American is still yet to land his first major.

The 29-year-old has plenty of ability, but just can’t seem to get over the line when he’s in contention.

That flakiness means it’s difficult to back Fowler to win the tournament outright, but the world No. 8 is a great bet to lead after the first round at Augusta this week.

He was tied for fifth on day one of last week’s Houston Open after an opening round of 66, and was joint-fourth after 18 holes at the Arnold Palmer Invitational two weeks before that.

Fowler led at the Masters after 36 holes last year, and looks great value to make another fast start this week given that he’s currently ranked second on the PGA Tour in round-one scoring average.

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Henley has been inside the top 10 after day one in both of his last two Masters starts.

The 28-year-old is a Georgia native and is in decent form, having closed out a T8 in Texas last weekend with a field-leading final round of 65.

Henley was joint-eighth in first-round scoring average on the PGA Tour last year and, with wins at the Sony Open, Honda Classic and Houston Open, has shown that he can compete with the world’s best players.

It would be no surprise to see him near the top of the leaderboard again after round one, and possibly even still in contention on Sunday.

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Aphibarnrat is one of the world’s most in-form players, with two wins and four top-fives in his last six starts.

That run includes a T5 at the WGC - Mexico Championship, where he was tied for fifth after an opening round of 66.

He finished 15th in his first and only Masters start in 2016, and should improve upon that given how well he’s currently playing.

The 28-year-old from Bangkok is currently ninth in first-round scoring average on the PGA Tour, and is great value at this huge price to again be among the frontrunners early on at Augusta.

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