This is a year where the field is really quite open as to who might win. Several players are rounding into form, and the Masters always provides some drama with the top names. And as all Majors go, there may be some surprises from unlikely players who jump from the pack and steal a victory.
But there is this little tidbit... Left handed players have won 4 of the last 7 times. Could this lean towards a Phil or Bubba win? Or do gritty Euros like Westwood, Donald, Stenson, or Poulter finally cross over for a Major? I wouldn't call Rory gritty, but he has had flashes of brilliance at Augusta in the past, and could find magic again.
And there are any number of young Americans who, on any given weekend, could come and bag the first Major. And among those USA plaers is this TW guy. Playing well now, but still only a few bad shots away from his next swing change. He's winning again, but he's been in good form coming in to the Masters over the past 5 years since he last won a Major. And has yet to close the deal.
So it's anyone's victory on the table. Wide open and there for the taking if you play one shot at a time and don't get too far in front of yourself..... Play on boys!