PGA Tour, European Tour.
Date: Thursday 12th November - Sunday 15th November 2020.
Course: Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta, Georgia, United States.
How to watch the 2020 Masters: Sky Sports Golf and Sky Sports Main Event.
Augusta National Club will host the first-ever Autumn Masters and the last major tournament of 2020!
DeChambeau won his first major at the US Open in September by a six-stroke margin, and he also enters the Masters as the favourite to win again. His form has been excellent in the past year due to his exercise regime combined with his more scientific approach to golf. Can he cap off a fantastic year with a Masters win?
He hasn't been in great form this year, and he hasn't won a major since 2014. The Masters is the only one that eludes him and playing with no fans may ease the pressure on him to claim the green jacket. Will McIlroy end his major drought on Sunday?
Morikawa won the PGA Championship in August with an excellent all-round performance, and if he keeps it up, he will be a constant contender for majors in the years to come. This is his first Masters event, so it isn't easy to gauge how well he handles the course at Augusta.
He is still the in-form player on tour at the moment with numerous wins, runner-up and top 10 results in the previous few months. He is one of the favourites to win this one despite his struggles in majors of which he has only one — the 2016 US Open.
The Spaniard has had incredible consistency this year with numerous top-ten finishes, and he also briefly held the world number one ranking in July. He has yet to win a major though, and his best result at the Masters is 4th.
Koepka was injured for the US Open, but he returned to action at the CJ Cup followed by a 5th place finish at the Houston Open last week. The four-time major winner has also yet to win the Masters; however, he came close last time around with a runner-up spot. Can he go one better and win the whole thing?
Tiger Woods is the defending champion here after a dramatic victory in 2019 — his first major triumph in 11 years. However, he has been recovering from injury for the majority of this year and won't be considered among the favourites. Can he shock the world again by grabbing a record 6th Masters win?
Players and fans will be happy to see the most famous golf course in the world again this week, and since it's the only major that is played on the same course every year, there will be fewer surprises. A strong iron game will be the key to victory with many of the players saying the second shot will be the most important one this week.
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