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The Masters is one of the greatest tournaments in sports, and has produced so much history. Whether it be the green jackets, all the legendary players, or the rich tradition of the course; there is just a feeling about this tournament that you don’t get with the others. I can still remember watching Tigers iconic chip in back in 2005 when I was only 7 years old. It was one of the moments that really made me appreciate golf, and I haven’t missed the Masters since. Predicting the outcome of this tournament is extremely tough, but there are a couple players I like. The first of those being Scottie Scheffler. This guy is an absolute unit. He has won 3 out of his last 5 tournaments, and is now golf’s number 1 ranked player. He is still looking for his first major and I could see him getting it done this weekend. The other guy I like is Brooks Koepka. He has been battling injuries for the last two years, but he says that he is now fully healthy, and ready to go. Brooks has been playing good golf as of late, and before his injuries he actually had 3 straight finishes of T-11 or better, with his best being the runner up in 2019 behind Tiger.
But regardless of who I think will win, if you bet $5 on Spieth, Mcllroy, or Johnson and they make the cut, you win $150. I think that all 3 will make the cut, but your best bet is to go with Dustin Johnson. Not only is he married to Paulina Gretzky, but he is one of the favorites to win the tournament. Dustin has never missed the cut at the Masters, (besides injury) and since 2015 he hasn’t finished any worse than 10th place. On top of that, Dustin finished 2nd in 2019 and won the whole thing in 2020. It’s safe to say he plays pretty well at the Masters.