The Masters 2019: Analyzing The Field Ahead of Thursday’s Action

The Masters is upon us yet again. This is one of the most watched golf majors. Augusta National is ready for the world’s best. The weather should be great for the four days of the tournament. The fun began today with the Par 3 contest. This is where the players have a little bit of fun with their families and golfing legends before the tournament begins on Thursday morning.

The 2019 Masters tournament should be fun to watch and include some great golf. Top players like Dustin Johnson, Jon Rahm, and Rory McIlroy are just a few names who should have a good first-round showing. Let’s not forget players like Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson who are still capable of winning another green jacket. If Mickelson wins, he would be oldest to win the Masters at the age of 48, who is just a year older than Jack Nicklaus when he won it at 47. With the combination of the young players and the veterans, look out for some great competition at Augusta this weekend.

Other players like Jordan Spieth and Brooks Koepka also should be looked at. Spieth has won the Masters before and is looking to get back on track. Koepka knows how to win majors he has won the U.S. Open in consecutive years and he also won the PGA Championship a year ago. Dustin Johnson has shown he can win in crunch time. Jon Rahm’s anger may get the best of him but he’s capable of competiting for the green jacket.

Rory McIlroy only needs the Masters to complete the career grand slam. McIlroy has played well this year he won earlier at the Players Championship. He like many have had a chance in the past to win a green jacket. Of course, many are looking for Tiger Woods to once again win a major. He has 4 green jackets in his career. There might be a surprise winner like Rickie Fowler or Justin Thomas. There is also a chance for Francesco Molinari who was solid a few weeks ago in the match play event. No matter who wins, it will be one you don’t want to miss.


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