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Bryson DeChambeau’s awesome power has been well documented over the past 12 months, so his booming drives should led to ample eagle opportunities. The 13th hole plays as a par 4 for him and he could even have pitching wedge for his second shot to the green if he keeps his drive anyway in play.
He can reach the 2nd, 8th and 15th holes in two shots easily and this looks a nice bet to have over the course of the four days.
Collin Morikawa and Viktor Hovland are two of the young, fast-rising stars of the modern game at present. Their long game prowess should see them have success at Augusta for many years to come and I’m confident of both of them getting into the top 20 come Sunday night.
The trio is complete with Tony Finau, who is at present the most consistent player of the PGA Tour. Finau has form figures of 10-5-38 in three appearances and he can join Morikawa and Hovland in the top 20 on the leaderboard at the end of the great tournament.
DeChambeau is the most likely winner in the field, but I believe Jordan Spieth could potentially run him close. The Dual Forecast nature offers a little bit of insurance, in the event that Spieth pips Bryson.
Both players are in great form, just look at what Speith did at the Valero Texas Open last week, and you can pick holes in a lot of the front end of the market. This play should give you a hell of a good run over the four days.
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