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Bubba Watson

Two-time Masters champion Watson has to be considered a major contender whenever he turns up at Augusta – particularly when he’s in form.

That’s certainly the case this week, given that he’s earned two T4 finishes so far this season, including at the Valspar Championship three weeks ago.

That was the same tournament in which Patrick Reed finished T2 before he won the Masters last year, so the signs are good that Watson is ready to contend at one of his favourite venues once again.

The American has won three times on the PGA Tour in the past 14 months, and it would be no surprise if he’s high up the leaderboard again on Sunday.

Sergio Garcia

Garcia is a surprisingly big price to win this week despite having won the Masters just two years ago.

The Spaniard finally won his first major in a stunning Sunday duel with Justin Rose in 2017, and he seems to have bounced back after missing the cut in all four majors last year.

Aside from a DQ at the Saudi International in February, Garcia has made the cut in all eight of the other events he’s played in this year, picking up five top-10 finishes in the process.

In fact, he’s finished inside the top 10 in 10 of his last 14 starts dating back to September, a run that includes a win at the Valderrama Masters – which he hosted – in October.

Cameron Smith

Smith is one of golf’s rising stars, having won his home tournament – the Australian PGA Championship – in each of the past two years.

The 25-year-old has climbed to 28th in the world rankings this year with a strong run of results on the PGA Tour, including a T9 at the Farmers Insurance Open in January and a T6 at February’s WGC – Mexico Championship.

Smith made his Masters debut last year and finished T5 thanks to a closing round of 66, and Augusta is a course that really suits his game.

The Australian has been red-hot both on and around the putting surfaces this year, ranking inside the top 20 in shots gained around the green and putting.

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