2020 US Masters Power Rankings
The US Masters is the first major of the golf year and it takes place every season at the Augusta National in Georgia. The famous course isn't for everyone and many a famous player has fallen by the wayside in this opening major, although others tend to raise their game when the possibility of wearing that green winners' jacket rolls around.
When considering a bet on the US Masters, it is worth checking which players thrive or wilt under the pressure of Augusta and we have come up with a handy betting guide profiling all of the leading 'runners and riders' at this year's tournament below...
The Latest US Masters Power Rankings
- Recent Form:
- Masters Best:
- Rory McIlroy
- 4th in 2015
Rory McIlroy has gone so close to winning that famous green jacket in the past few years, going 8-4-10-7-5 in his past five visits and it remains the only major he is yet to win. The Northern Irishman arrives in confident form following an electric 2019 that saw him win the Players Championship.
- Dustin Johnson
- T4 in 2016
Dustin Johnson has a good record at Augusta as he has finished 6th-4th-10th in his past three visits. Johnson has been super during 2019, winning twice in eight stroke play starts to take his tally to five wins since the start of 2018.
- Tiger Woods
- 4-Time Winner (1997, 2001, 2002, 2005)
Tiger Woods is a four-time winner of the US Masters and he returns to Augusta with a great chance of winning a fifteenth major title. The American has been rolling back the years on the PGA Tour of late and punters are backing him for glory.
- Justin Rose
- 2nd/T2nd 2015/2017
Justin Rose came oh so close to claiming his first Masters title when he lost out to Sergio Garcia in 2017. There was a brief hangover after that result but he has been in fine touch in the past six months or so, picking up two wins and eight top-tens in his past 14 starts.
- Rickie Fowler
- 2nd in 2018
A first major win continues to elude Rickie Fowler and he has yet to hit the heights that saw him top-five in all four majors during the 2014 season. The exuberant American keeps on producing the goods on the PGA Tour though and that first piece of major silverware is surely going to come .
- Justin Thomas
- T17 in 2018
Justin Thomas tied 22nd on debut at Augusta in 2017 and he went on to win his maiden major title at the US PGA Championship. He tied 17th at Augusta last year and he has picked up four top-tens in eight starts during 2019.
- Jordan Spieth
- Winner in 2015
Jordan Spieth won the Masters in 2015 but he endured a horrible meltdown in 2016 and it remains to be seen whether he can ever don that green jacket again. Has endured a mixed bag of results in 2019.
- Jon Rahm
- 4th in 2018
Jon Rahm is a rising force in the world of golf and he tied 27th on his debut at Augusta in 2017 before finishing 4th in 2018. A future major winner in the making, Rahm's form has been solid since he opened 2019 with victory at the Hero World Challenge.
- Paul Casey
- T4 in 2016
Paul Casey has finished in the top-fifteen in each of his past four appearances at Augusta (6-4-6-15) and there have been few more consistent players in world golf than the Englishman, who won the Valspar Championship for a second year running in March.
- Hideki Matsuyama
- 5th in 2015
Hideki Matsuyama tends to enjoying playing Augusta as his last four visits have yielded finishes of 5-7-11-19. The Japanese star hasn't quite hit the heights in recent months but he is a classy performer and will be a threat in conditions he clearly enjoys.