Five months since the coronavirus pandemic forced it to be held in November , The Masters reclaims its traditional slot as the first major of the golf season when it gets underway on Thursday. Adding to the sense of familiarity, fans will again be welcome at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia, albeit in limited numbers and with social distancing measures still in place, after the tournament was held behind closed doors last year. Having donned the Green Jacket for the first time in his career five months ago after carding a record 20-under-par 268, world No. 1 Dustin Johnson is the bookmakers’ favorite going into The Masters as he aims to become the first player since Tiger Woods in 2002 to win in consecutive years at Augusta National. Johnson starts as 19-2 favorite, marginally ahead of Justin Thomas and Jon Rahm, the world No. 2 and No. 3 respectively, who are both 12-1. Jordan Spieth, a winner at Augusta six years ago, starts at 11-1 after ending a four-year wait for a PGA Tour win by claiming the Texas Open on Sunday, as does world No. 5 Bryson DeChambeau. The latter captured his first career major last year when… Read full this story
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