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Spieth, Jordan
6/1
Thomas, Justin
80/1
Lahiri, Anirban
200/1
Day, Jason
8/1
Fitzpatrick, Matthew
80/1
Lee, Danny
200/1
Mcilroy, Rory
9/1
Johnson, Zach
80/1
Knox, Russell
200/1
Scott, Adam
16/1
Cabrera Bello, Rafael
90/1
Kirk, Chris
200/1
Johnson, Dustin
16/1
Furyk, Jim
100/1
Pieters, Thomas
200/1
Watson, Bubba
16/1
English, Harris
100/1
Mahan, Hunter
200/1
Rose, Justin
18/1
Kisner, Kevin
100/1
Piercy, Scott
200/1
Fowler, Rickie
20/1
Haas, Bill
100/1
Bradley, Keegan
200/1
Mickelson, Phil
28/1
Berger, Daniel
100/1
Cabrera, Angel
200/1
Willett, Danny
28/1
Westwood, Lee
100/1
Kaymer, Martin
250/1
Matsuyama, Hideki
28/1
Kizzire, Patton
100/1
Wood, Chris
250/1
Stenson, Henrik
28/1
Donaldson, Jamie
100/1
Lingmerth, David
250/1
Oosthuizen, Louis
33/1
An, Byeong Hun
125/1
McDowell, Graeme
250/1
Woods, Tiger
33/1
Rodgers, Patrick
125/1
Couples, Fred
250/1
Casey, Paul
40/1
Finau, Tony
125/1
Jaidee, Thongchai
300/1
Koepka, Brooks
40/1
Dufner, Jason
125/1
Dunne, Paul
300/1
Schwartzel, Charl
40/1
Sullivan, Andy
125/1
Els, Ernie
300/1
Snedeker, Brandt
50/1
Horschel, Billy
125/1
Smith, Cameron
300/1
DeChambeau, Bryson
50/1
Moore, Ryan
125/1
Kjeldsen, Soren
300/1
Reed, Patrick
50/1
Na, Kevin
125/1
Langer, Bernhard
300/1
Garcia, Sergio
66/1
Poulter, Ian
150/1
Harrington, Padraig
300/1
Walker, Jimmy
66/1
Aphibarnrat, Kiradech
150/1
Singh, Vijay
500/1
Kuchar, Matt
66/1
Wiesberger, Bernd
150/1
Lyle, Sandy
1000/1
Lowry, Shane
66/1
Hoffman, Charley
150/1
O'Meara, Mark
1000/1
Grace, Branden
80/1
Grillo, Emiliano
175/1
Mize, Larry
1000/1
Leishman, Marc
80/1
Dubuisson, Victor
200/1
Immelman, Trevor
1000/1
Kaufman, Smylie
80/1
Simpson, Webb
200/1
Weir, Mike
1000/1
Holmes, JB
80/1
Each Way Terms 1/4 places 1,2,3,4,5

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Over the last few weeks a pair of Australians have been utterly dominant on the PGA Tour. Jason Day and Adam Scott have won four of the last five events and considering both have a decent record at the Masters they are certainly the two to beat this week. Last year's Masters winner Jordan Spieth hasn't been in the best of form in 2016 and his 13th place at the Houston Open was his fifth tournament in a row without a top-ten finish. Bubba Watson won in 2012 and 2014 so using the same 'even numbered' theory he should go well at 10/1, especially considering he's finished in the top two at his last two Tour stoke play events. Phil Mickelson is in excellent form although it's worth remembering that the last player aged over 40 to win the Masters was Mark O'Meara in 1998.You have to go back to Jose-Maria Olazabal for the last time a European golfer won the Masters although the continent can boast three runners-up since 2010.

The leading challenger this year is Rory McIlroy who will become the sixth player to complete a career Grand Slam if he can add a Green Jacket to his other Major victories. The 27 year old hasn't won a tournament in 2016 but was encouraged by his performance at the recent WGC Match Play where he lost his semi-final to the eventual winner Jason Day. Could this finally be Henrik Stenson's year? The Swede has often been there or thereabouts at the Masters - five top 20 finishes in his last nine appearances - without every really challenging for the title. It's been the same story at the other Majors with seven top five finishes but never quite enough to capture a Major title. The 39 year old has been in decent form this season - a T11, a solo third and a solo second in his last three PGA Tour outings - and he has taken a couple of weeks off to prepare for this tournament. Danny Willett finished T38 on his Masters debut in 2015 and the Englishman has shown he can compete with the best in the world. He finished T3 in the last two WGC stroke play events and was 6th at last year's Open Championship. He put in a solid performance to finish T22 at the Valspar Championship last month and could go well at 55/1.

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