A quartet mixed with experience at the Masters and raw talent is that of Patrick Reed, Sungjae Im, Cameron Smith and Scottie Scheffler. Reed is one of the few players in the field chasing a second Masters title, with his maiden major win coming at Augusta in 2018, plus, the American carded a top-ten finish here in November.
Sungjae Im has rapidly become the most exciting and top Asian player on the Tour. Still only in his early 20s, the South Korean has a PGA Tour win to his name already and finished in a tie for second here last year, second only to the runaway leader Dustin Johnson.
The man he sat tied with was Australia’s Cameron Smith, who remarkably shot all of his rounds in the 60s without winning the competition, and in 12 PGA Tour entries this season, he has eight top-25 finishes. And Scottie Scheffler, another newcomer impressing regularly on the Tour, will be playing in just his second Masters having finished in the top 20 last year. Scheffler is fresh from two top-five finishes in the two previous WGC events, just losing out to Billy Horschel in the WGC-Matchplay two weeks ago.
Back these four to all finish in the top 20 this week at 20/1.