All 91 players in the rankings, from Brooks Koepka to Sandy Lyle

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2022 Masters Odds

golfer Prospect
John Ram +1100
Justin Thomas +1200
Cameron Smith +1400
Scotty Scheffler +1600
Dustin Johnson +1800
Rory McIlroy +1800
Victor Hovland +1800
Brooks Kopka +2000
Colin Morikawa +2000
Jordan Spieth +2000
Patrick Cantlay +2000
Xander Shaveli +2000
Will Zlatoris +3300
Bryson DeShampoo +4000
Daniel Berger +4000
Hideki Matsuyama +4000
Sam Burns +4000
Louis Oosthuizen +4000
Shane Lowry +4000
Corey Connors +5000
Joaquin Niemann +5000
Paul Casey +5000
sanjay im +5000
tiger wood +5000
Terrell Hutton +5000
Adam Scott +5000
Matt Fitzpatrick +5000
Tony Vino +5000
Patrick Reed +6600
Russell Henley +6600
Tommy Fleetwood +6600
Abraham Anser +6600
Billy Horschel +8000
Bubba Watson +8000
Gary Woodland +8000
Justin Rose +8000
Mark Leishman +8000
Sergio Garcia +8000
Sheamus’ power +8000
Se Woo Kim +8000
Luke is not +10000
Max Homa +10000
Robert McIntyre +10000
Thomas Peters +10000
Web Simpson +10000
Brian Harman +12500
Cameron Young +12500
Jason Kocrack +12500
Kevin Kissner +12500
Seb Straka +12500
Taylor Gotsch +12500
Christian Bezuidenhout +15000
Francesco Molinari +15000
Harold Varner III +15000
Kevin Na +15000
Lee Westwood +15000
Matthew Wolf +15000
Tom Hogg +15000
Lucas Herbert +15000
Cameron Champ +20000
Danny Willett +20000
Eric Van Rowen +20000
JJ Spoon +25000
KH Lee +25000
Ryan Palmer +25000
Cameron Davis +25000
Garrick Hugo +25000
Mackenzie Hughes +25000
Min Woo Lee +25000
Harry Higgs +30000
Kita Nakajima +30000
Lucas Glover +30000
Stuart Singh +30000
Zach Johnson +30000
Hudson Swafford +35000
Takumi Kanaya +35000
Charles Schwarzl +40000
Padraig Harrington +40000
Guido Migliosi +50000
Bernard Langer +75000
Austin Grace +100000
unique couples +100000
James Peyote +100000
Laird Shepherd +100000
Stuart Hagstad +100000
Vijay Singh +100000
Mike Weir +150000
Aaron Jarvis +200,000
Jose Maria Olzabal +250,000
Sandy Lyle +400,000
Larry Miz +500000

AUGUSTA, GA – Let’s start this week’s ranking of the Masters Arena with a few caveats.

Yes, I wanted to include about 20 players in my top 10. Sure, I wanted to include 40 men in the top 20. And you are absolutely right, I could have picked 60 for the top 40.

Spoiler alert: This is not how numbers work.

As you scroll through my selections below, you’ll undoubtedly see some of them and think, “These guys are way too high.” Hey, there’s no point in this exercise if we don’t run some chances on the long strokes. You’ll also likely see some and say, “It’s too low.” If this is a talent rating, we can simply copy and paste the odds board.

Instead, this is purely an opinion based on speculation. If anything, it can help give an idea of ​​which players are overpriced in the market and who hold some value.

With that in mind, let’s get started.

1. Brooks Koepka

Not since Tiger Woods was in his prime has a player figured out how to peak four times each year for the majors. Considering he’s finally healthy and already showing some solid form, Drive for Five could peak in a green jacket come Sunday night.

2. Patrick Cantelay

After a fiery end to last season and a strong start to this year, Cantlay has now finished outside the top 25 in three straight games. But the good news is that he has previously won while mired in similar types of situations.

3. Justin Thomas

A popular pick to finally win his second major title of his career nearly half a decade after the first, Thomas went over a year without a victory. He keeps knocking on the door thanks to his amazing continuous shooting performances.

4. Will Zlatoris

Zalatoris, last year’s runner-up in his Masters debut, appears to be one of the select few who need no experience to succeed at the Augusta National. He was the usual boob, and his situation had improved a lot on his last start, which made him even more dangerous.

5. Jordan Spieth

No matter the year, no matter what form he looks like, Spieth turns to Magnolia Lane and instantly finds his A game. Although results aren’t quite there this year, he’s been new to leading the Valero Texas Open field in the strokes he’s gained from The tee went green last week.

6. John Ram

As if he needed a little more motivational fuel, the former No. 1 seeded player Scotty Scheffler has usurped in recent weeks. With four of the top 10 in a row at the Augusta National, he clearly loves this spot, even though his racket has been the cause of a lot of frustration this year.

7. Dustin Johnson

Rainfall early in the week may not make Augusta National as wet as it played during Johnson’s victory in November two years ago, but it may offer a similar essence of softness from a tee to green and stability on the lifting surfaces, which was a clearly likable combination .

8. Tony Finno

We may collectively need to forget everything we learned about Finau over the course of the first three months of the year, which was shockingly unimpressive, and instead remember that he has three top 10 players in his four starts here armed with a world of talent.

9. Cameron Smith

Last month’s winner of THE PLAYERS TOURNAMENT, which featured a healthy dose of Mother Nature’s potpourri, with alternating conditions between hot and cold, dry and humid, windy and calm, may lick his slices with the same kind of expectation this week.

10. Scotty Scheffler

There are no holes in the new #1 ranked player’s game, as he has proven to have three wins in his last five matches. Certainly, the value of winning is apparent and he is ready to claim a major character; It’s only a question of whether he can keep the heater running.

11. Sam Burns

There aren’t many deals on the pre-tournament odds board, but Burns, who won the Valspar Championship in his most recent start, certainly qualifies. The only possible reason is that he’s playing his first and no rookie has won a Master since Fuzzy Zoeller in 1979.

12. Rory McIlroy

It’s hard to believe that McIlroy is now eight years since his last big win. In that time, he’s spent looking for the fourth leg of a Grand Slam of his career, and had five of the top 10 players out of seven starting here, including two heartbreakers who added to the scar tissue.

13. Matt Fitzpatrick

There are many ways to rank the players who have done the best all season so far. Although Fitzpatrick may not have a victory, he leads the PGA Tour in total hits earned, which speaks to his all-around ability at the highest level.

14. Russell Henley

At its core, Augusta National is a Grade II golf course. Nobody – not Colin Morikawa, Thomas or Ram – has hit their irons better this season than Henley, who is ahead in hits earned in close-up shots, perhaps the most important metric this week.

15. Shane Lowry

Lowry, who was already a major champ, has shown some signs that he might one day add to that total, although those signs are yet to come in this tournament. He only made three cuts in six Masters posts and did not publish the top 20.

16. Colin Morikawa

Admittedly, the two-time main winner appears pretty low on this list, but he wasn’t entirely confident in the current state of his game when he spoke early in the week. However, he is a brilliant iron player who can count on throwing darts.

17. Xander Shaveli

It’s no secret that Shaveli tends to play his best golf in both majors and limited fields, so it stands to reason that he should do well in a limited field discipline, as well as on a course where he already has two of the top three in position. the past three years.

18. Victor Hovland

Perhaps no other player in the world’s top 10 has such a blatant weakness on his game as Hovland, who ranks last on the PGA TOUR in Strokes Gained: Around the Green this season. Unless you get 18 greens on the list each day, this isn’t the place to fix that.

19. Corey Conners

thread sensor yet? After last year’s Masters, which saw the ball strikers’ poor position 1-2 in this tournament, Connors certainly fits the mold of those who enjoyed recent success at Augusta National.

20. Tiger Woods

After watching him practice and talking to him, there seems to be little doubt that Woods isn’t here to be a celebratory golfer. The five-time Masters winner appears ready to compete, as optimism about his performance this week seems to continue to grow by the minute.

21. Luke is not
22. Robert McIntyre
23. Billy Horschel
24. Max Homa
25. Joaquin Niemann
26- Daniel Burger
27. Adam Scott

28. Louis Oosthuizen

While he consistently gets credit for playing his best in the major tournaments – and rightly so – that’s not entirely the case in this tournament, with his playoff loss to Bubba Watson in 2012 still being his only first 10 start in 13 matches. previous match.

29. Stuart Sink
30. Sergio Garcia
31. Mark Leishman
32. Taylor Gotsch
33. Sungjae Im
34. Gary Woodland
35. Justin Rose
36. Tom Hogg
37. Jason Kocrack
38. Bubba Watson

39. Paul Casey

The main question mark is here, as Casey had to give up WD in each of his three matches at the WGC-Dell Match Play just two weeks ago due to a back injury. If he’s healthy, he can definitely struggle, but that’s still a big deal if he is.

40. Patrick Reed
41. Terrell Hutton
42. Francesco Molinari
43. Seb Straka
44. Thomas Peters
45. Kevin Kessner
46. ​​Abraham Anser
47. Webb Simpson

48. Tommy Fleetwood

He was once thought of as an inescapable major hero, but Fleetwood has fallen on some tough times, although he has shown some signs of returning to the game’s elite level. His best chances remain at The Open or the US Open, because he didn’t finish better than the T-17 here.

49. Mackenzie Hughes
50. Eric Van Rowen
51. Seamus Power
52. Lee Westwood
53. Brian Harman
54. Kevin Na
55. Ryan Palmer

56. Hideki Matsuyama

what a shame. The defending champion made an impressive roster for Tuesday night’s Champions Dinner, but his title defense may be in doubt, as he was forced to withdraw from the Valero Texas Open last week with a neck injury.

57. Se Woo Kim
58. Harold Varner III
59. Matthew Wolff
60. Guido Migliozzi
61. Lucas Herbert
62. Danny Willett
63. Hudson Swafford
64. Lucas Glover
65. Bernard Langer
66. KH Lee

67. Bryson DeShampoo

More injury news: DeChambeau revealed this week that he injured himself while playing ping-pong with Sergio Garcia and Joaquin Niemann two months ago. Not healthy yet, forecast should drop significantly for this week.

68. JJ Spoon
69. Cameron Young
70. Cameron Champ
71. Padraig Harrington
72. Zach Johnson
73. Min Woo Lee
74. Jaric Hugo
75. Cameron Davis
76. Vijay Singh
77. Charles Schwarzl
78. Christian Bezudenhout
79. Takumi Kanaya
80. Harry Higgs

81 – Stuart Hagstad (A)

Hagstad, who has been a fan of the tournament for half a decade, is a 30-year-old amateur who may have the edge in experience to repeat those honors this week as well.

82. James Peot (A)
83. Unique Couples
84. Jose Maria Olazabal
85 – Kita Nakajima (A)
86- Austin Greaser (A)
87. Mike Weir
88 – Laird Shepherd.
89. Larry Miz
90 – Aaron Jarvis (A)
91. Sandy Lyle