The Masters 2020: Your 10-week current form guide

The US Masters takes place this week, seven months later than normal
The iconic Masters flag which this year will flutter during November

Who in the Masters betting is in form and who's gone cold? Check out the current form of those teeing-up at Augusta in search of a Masters win. Stats compiled by Andy Swales...

"It's notoriously difficult to win the Masters at your first attempt, and there are stats to back this statement up. The good news for this year's debutants is that no one in the field has contested a Masters staged in November - which may marginally help the chances of Morikawa and Wolff."

Better late than never, and seven months after it was originally scheduled, the 2020 Masters will finally take place.

The build up to this year's major championship at Augusta National, which uniquely means there will be two Masters tournaments during the 2020/21 PGA Tour season, has been fraught with opinion and speculation.

With November conditions likely to make the course play longer than usual, mainly because of softer fairways but also due to lower temperatures, there has been plenty of debate among golf fans.

Following Bryson DeChambeau's momentous six-stroke victory in the US Open at Winged Foot during September, the American has been installed as the favourite for this week's Masters. And it's not difficult to see why.

Check out the latest betting ahead of The Masters at Augusta National

He was always going to be a threat anyway, but with his renewed confidence as golf's newest major champion, coupled with his enormous long driving, the 27-year-old will tee up at Augusta at the top of the betting.

With a handful of votes still to be counted, Georgia is on the verge of giving the Democrats only their second Presidential Election victory in the state since 1980 (not withstanding a recount.) So what chances of another upset in the Deep South this Sunday?

Here are a few players to keep your eyes on this coming week:

Bryson DeChambeau: He drives the ball further than any top golfer in history, having earlier this season wrapped up an impressive victory at the US Open. Winged Foot, a typically tight US Open venue, was ripped apart by DeChambeau's long driving and he now heads to Augusta National, a course traditionally more conducive to big-hitting than most major layouts. However, it's never easy being a tournament favourite in a major championship, as many have discovered in the past.

Dustin Johnson / Jon Rahm: Of those teeing-up at Augusta, Dustin and Jon probably feel more pressure than most. Since winning his only major championship in 2016, Dustin has won 10 titles around the globe and has spent more than 100 weeks as world No 1. However, since 1993, only Tiger Woods has gone to Augusta as No 1 and ended the week wearing the Green Jacket. As for Rahm, the Spaniard will celebrate his 26th birthday on Tuesday and looks all set to end 2020 inside the world's top six for a fourth straight year. The only thing missing from his CV is a major title and he'll be desperate to end that wait ASAP. Together with DJ, the big hitting Rahm should enjoy the prospect of tackling a longer-than-normal Augusta National.

Check out the latest odds for a top-five finish at this week's Masters

Rory McIlroy: No major win since August 2014, but at least he's already bagged four of them. Is certainly not playing badly and may benefit from being marginally under the radar compared to Bryson and Dustin.

Patrick Reed / Justin Thomas: This brace of one-time major winners are in great shape heading to Augusta. Thomas, in particular, has played superbly since lockdown ended in June, while Reed has remained solid over the past three months.

Brooks Koepka: Despite slipping from first to 12th in the World Ranking, during the past nine months, Koepka enjoyed an excellent weekend in Houston where he carded back-to-back 65s. Can obviously sniff another major in the air!

Collin Morikawa / Matthew Wolff: It's notoriously difficult to win the Masters at your first attempt, and there are stats to back this statement up. The only golfer to wear the Green Jacket in their maiden Masters, during the last 80 years, is Fuzzy Zoeller in 1979. The good news for this year's debutants is that no one in the field has contested a Masters staged in November - which may marginally help the chances of Morikawa and Wolff. Morikawa won the PGA Championship in August, while 21-year-old Wolff's only two major outings have yielded finishes of 2nd and 4th. Wolff is one of the PGA Tour's longest drivers, which is perfect for this course.

Hideki Matsuyama / Tony Finau / Xander Schauffele: A trio of consistent stars who should always be looked upon as decent each-way chances. Matsuyama tied-for-second in Houston on Sunday, which was his highest finish on the PGA Tour in more than a year, while Finau has posted 10 podiums since claiming his sole victory four years ago. Meanwhile, Schauffele loves teeing-up in majors, as his six top-10s from last nine appearances show.

Check out the latest odds for a top-10 finish at this week's Masters

Twitter: Andy Swales@GolfStatsAlive

Last 10 Weeks / Last 10 Years at Augusta

Position

  • 1–5
  • 6–15
  • 16–25
Player W45 W44 W43 W42 W41 W40 W39 W38 W37 W36
Dustin Johnson 2 6 3
Jon Rahm 2 17 23 6
Justin Thomas 2 12 8 3
Collin Morikawa 50 12 MC MC 7
Rory McIlroy 17 21 8 7
Bryson DeChambeau 8 1 25
Xander Schauffele 17 2 5 1
Webb Simpson 17 13 8 17
Patrick Cantlay 1 38 8 43
Tyrrell Hatton 7 28 3 1 MC 5
Patrick Reed 14 3 13 7
Brooks Koepka 5 28
Matthew Wolff 50 73 2 2
Adam Scott 32 38
Tommy Fleetwood 57 59 13 2 MC 3
Tony Finau 24 11 8 14
Louis Oosthuizen 48 19 3
Matthew Fitzpatrick 26 12 7 42 MC
Hideki Matsuyama 2 28 21 MC 17 17
Paul Casey 35 69 MC 17
Abraham Ancer 35 28 4 56 14
Sung Jae Im 50 41 45 13 28 22 12
Jason Kokrak 17 1 MC 17
Marc Leishman 70 52 MC 28
Justin Rose 17 52 37 MC
Matt Kuchar 54 52 34 MC
Shane Lowry 11 28 13 MC 43 MC
Scottie Scheffler 32 17 52 MC 37 2
Gary Woodland Wd 72 MC
Tiger Woods 72 MC
Kevin Kisner 14 45 MC 22
Victor Perez MC 2 14 MC 31
Bernd Wiesberger 16 40 48 43 31
Kevin Na 28 45 43 MC 27
Billy Horschel 69 28 38 30
Sergio Garcia MC 21 43 1 MC MC
Brendon Todd MC 47 52 23 21
Jason Day 7 60 Wd MC 38
Bubba Watson 4 7 31
Cameron Smith 4 11 24 38 22
Lee Westwood MC 30 14 18 19 13 10
Rickie Fowler 57 28 MC 49
Ian Poulter 12 5 6 MC
Chez Reavie 63 46 MC 3
Matt Wallace 48 2 24 30 43
Erik van Rooyen 20 27 6 23 MC
Henrik Stenson MC Wd MC 21 MC
Lanto Griffin 58 11 7 MC 43 17
Danny Willett Wd 55 32 MC MC
Christiaan Bezuidenhout 40 MC 55
Phil Mickelson MC 76 MC 44
Sebastian Munoz 14 9 27 23 59 7
Byeong Hun An 35 42 MC MC MC
JT Poston 20 51 27 3 MC
Graeme McDowell 44 24 MC MC MC
Adam Hadwin 63 28 34 54
Jazz Janewattananond 60 MC MC 3 MC
Corey Conners 24 8 61 17 MC MC
Cameron Champ 8 42 MC MC 22
Shugo Imahira 66 10 61 5
Jordan Spieth MC 41 38 MC MC
Sung Kang MC 75 43 MC MC
Rafa Cabrera-Bello MC MC 46 23 MC
Brandt Snedeker 44 43 17 MC MC
Francesco Molinari 15 MC
Si Woo Kim MC 17 8 37 MC 44
Max Homa 48 34 MC MC
Dylan Frittelli MC 11 69 34 MC
Charles Howell 34 MC 30
Nate Lashley 38 52 MC 4 MC
Lucas Glover MC MC 17 65
Zach Johnson 50 19 23 8
Andrew Landry MC 50 61 27
Nick Taylor 63 61 MC MC
Tyler Duncan MC 28 28 MC 34 MC
Justin Harding 38 30 MC MC 11 MC Wd 3
Andrew Putnam MC 21 58 53 Wd 36
CT Pan 58 52 12 61 61
Charl Schwartzel MC MC 32 23
Jimmy Walker MC MC 46 MC
Jose Maria Olazabal MC MC
Fred Couples
Sandy Lyle
Larry Mize
Vijay Singh
Yu Xin Lin
Trevor Immelman
Bernhard Langer
Lukas Michel MC
Mike Weir
John Augenstein MC
Andy Ogletree MC
James Sugrue 66 MC
Abel Gallegos
Player `19 `18 `17 `16 `15 `14 `13 `12 `11 `10
Dustin Johnson 2 10 4 6 MC 13 38 38
Jon Rahm 9 4 27
Justin Thomas 12 17 22 39
Collin Morikawa
Rory McIlroy 21 5 7 10 4 8 25 40 15 MC
Bryson DeChambeau 29 38 21
Xander Schauffele 2 50
Webb Simpson 5 20 MC 29 28 MC MC 44
Patrick Cantlay 9 MC 47
Tyrrell Hatton 56 44 MC
Patrick Reed 36 1 MC 49 22 MC
Brooks Koepka 2 11 21 33
Matthew Wolff
Adam Scott 18 32 9 42 38 14 1 8 2 18
Tommy Fleetwood 36 17 MC
Tony Finau 5 10
Louis Oosthuizen 29 12 41 15 19 25 MC 2 MC MC
Matthew Fitzpatrick 21 38 32 7 MC
Hideki Matsuyama 32 19 11 7 5 MC 54 27
Paul Casey MC 15 6 4 6 MC 38 MC
Abraham Ancer
Sung Jae Im
Jason Kokrak
Marc Leishman 49 9 43 MC MC 4 MC
Justin Rose MC 12 2 10 2 14 25 8 11
Matt Kuchar 12 28 4 24 46 5 8 3 27 24
Shane Lowry MC MC 39 MC
Scottie Scheffler
Gary Woodland 32 MC MC MC 26 Wd 24
Tiger Woods 1 32 17 4 40 4 4
Kevin Kisner 21 28 43 37
Victor Perez
Bernd Wiesberger 24 43 34 22
Kevin Na 46 MC 55 12 59 12 MC MC
Billy Horschel 56 MC 17 MC 37
Sergio Garcia MC MC 1 34 17 MC 8 12 35 45
Brendon Todd MC
Jason Day 5 20 22 10 28 20 3 Wd 2
Bubba Watson 12 5 MC 37 38 1 50 1 38
Cameron Smith 51 5 55
Lee Westwood 18 2 46 7 8 3 11 2
Rickie Fowler 9 2 11 MC 12 5 38 27 38
Ian Poulter 12 44 49 6 20 MC 7 27 10
Chez Reavie 53 MC
Matt Wallace MC
Erik van Rooyen
Henrik Stenson 36 5 MC 24 19 14 18 40 MC MC
Lanto Griffin
Danny Willett MC MC MC 1 38
Christiaan Bezuidenhout
Phil Mickelson 18 36 22 MC 2 MC 54 3 27 1
Sebastian Munoz
Byeong Hun An 33 MC MC
JT Poston
Graeme McDowell MC 52 MC MC 12 MC MC
Adam Hadwin 24 36
Jazz Janewattananond
Corey Conners 46 MC
Cameron Champ
Shugo Imahira MC
Jordan Spieth 21 3 11 2 1 2
Sung Kang
Rafa Cabrera-Bello 36 38 MC 17
Brandt Snedeker MC 27 10 MC 37 6 19 15
Francesco Molinari 5 20 33 50 MC 19 MC 30
Si Woo Kim 21 24 MC
Max Homa
Dylan Frittelli MC
Charles Howell 32 19
Nate Lashley
Lucas Glover 42 49 MC MC 36
Zach Johnson 58 36 MC MC 9 MC 35 32 MC 42
Andrew Landry 46
Nick Taylor
Tyler Duncan
Justin Harding 12
Andrew Putnam
CT Pan
Charl Schwartzel MC MC 3 MC 38 MC 25 50 1 30
Jimmy Walker 36 20 18 29 38 8
Jose Maria Olazabal MC MC MC MC 34 50 MC MC
Fred Couples MC 38 18 MC 20 13 12 15 6
Sandy Lyle MC MC MC MC MC 44 54 MC MC MC
Larry Mize MC MC 52 52 MC 51 MC MC MC MC
Vijay Singh MC 49 MC MC 54 37 38 27 MC MC
Yu Xin Lin MC
Trevor Immelman 51 MC MC MC MC MC 50 60 15 14
Bernhard Langer 62 38 MC 24 MC 8 25 MC MC
Lukas Michel
Mike Weir MC MC MC MC MC 44 MC MC MC 43
John Augenstein
Andy Ogletree
James Sugrue
Abel Gallegos

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