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Props to Leishman for having the reputation that probably outpaces his reality. Tommy Fleetwood Cut in His game shapes up better for one of the opens, but his form hasn't changed since last year's career breakout. I'm not sure the hair and blade collar would play at the Champions Dinner, but he'd be an awesome winner. Charl Schwartzel Won in Schwartzel only has two top appearances in eight tries, but one was a win and the other was a solo third behind Justin Rose and Sergio Garcia in Wait, Schwartzel finished solo third last year?!
After opening with a 74, the South African shot on the weekend to fall three shots shy of a playoff. I wouldn't wager on him, but he's at least in the conversation. Patrick Cantlay T47 in Remember the name because you're going to be saying it for a long time. I remember as a patron watching Cantlay hole out for eagle in on the first nine back when he was low am as a student at UCLA.
The labels have changed for both of usbut his game has only gotten better. Tony Finau First appearance: He probably won't win in his first appearance, but I think he has the best shot of the first-timers.
Course plays to a par 69 with his length -- currently averaging over yards off the tee, which is No. Henrik Stenson T14 in It's amazing to me that Stenson has never finished in the top 10 at this event.
Earlys star whose game seems to have slipped ever so slightly since his Open Championship win in and doesn't perform great at Augusta to begin with.
I don't love him here. Of course, he's been lights out in so far so he'll probably win by five. Alex Noren Cut in He might upend Stenson as low Swede at Augusta this year. He has gone, in my mind anyway, from being one of the more overrated players in the world to one of the more underrated in the span of about six months.
Bryson DeChambeau T21 in I know it's crazy to have the No. I don't think he will win, but I know he thinks he can which at this level can take you pretty far … maybe not all the way to Sunday afternoon, but he could make it interesting. Goodness, I'd pay an entrance fee into his presser if he won, too. See the dynamic load of my shoulder allows me to wear a 42 long whereas most people my size would be in a 42 regular.
Daniel Berger T10 in He sure gets lost in the young American debate, doesn't he? Berger can be streaky, but he has a strong albeit small resume at this course.
Two top 30s in two appearances, and he has the sense of the moment you absolutely need to win big time golf tournaments. Kevin Chappell T7 in If I were to ask you about the top 10 at the Masters, you wouldn't be able to name the next two guys on this list between Chappell and Ryan Moore.
Chappell is to me a Tier 2. Moore is much of the same. In other words, it would be a surprise if Chappell or Moore win the Masters. Ryan Moore T9 in Zach Johnson Won in In the last four Masters, Johnson has one top 10 … and three missed cuts.
It's always been feast or famine for him at this course, though. In 13 appearances, he's only made the cut seven times, but one of those was a fat W back in Tough to see him repeating that barring some crazy weather that really neutralizes what the big boppers do well. Matthew Fitzpatrick T7 in His babyface-ness makes Spieth look like Thomas Bjorn with a full-blown winter beard by comparison.
Might get his credential and his driver's license checked by the security guard at Magnolia Lane. Martin Kaymer T16 in The two-time major winner has five missed cuts to just one top 20 in 10 appearances here. He infamously changed his swing to contend at Augusta National.
Kevin Kisner T37 in The last six winners of the Masters have all been terrific drivers of the golf ball. Danny Willett in was the "worst," and he still would have ranked in the top 40 in strokes gained in Kisner's ranking this year is well outside the top He's good enough to overcome it, but the margin for error is small.
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Brian Harman Cut in It's a stunner to me that Harman has never made a cut here, but it's true. In fact, he's only played in one Masters, and he shot to get the weekend off. Don't be surprised when he's in, say, the fourth-to-last pairing on Saturday, though. Lives for big weekend pairings. Branden Grace T18 in Grace has five top 10s in major championships but none at Augusta National.
He has such a low ball flight that I'm not sure his game is conducive to this course. Although, if he or anyone gets hot with the putter, all bets are off.
There are no trains at Augusta National. Tyrrell Hatton Cut in After finishing in the top 10 in the last two majors ofHatton missed the cut at all four in He's rebounded from that, though, and played some magnificent golf in And hey, he won't have to worry about bumpy greens at Augusta. Ian Poulter 7th in I'm so glad he made it. The more characters the better.
And yes, I realize who I ranked just behind him. Patrick Reed T22 in If Reed ever wins this event, I'm praying it's in a year after Spieth has won it so Spieth can suit him up in an alternate jacket lined with stars and stripes. Reed can do that NBA Draft thing where players who are drafted show off the inside of their jacket. It would of course be lined with bald eagle feathers, and the buttons would be made from paper-mache of a replica U.
Rafael Cabrera-Bello T17 in His odds for low Spaniard are pretty intriguing given Garcia's relative volatility at this place:: Charley Hoffman T9 in The greatest first round golfer who has never actually won a major in major championship history.
His 65 in Round 1 last year should go down in the annals. Jason Dufner T20 in After he wore Notorious B.
Maybe a hat with Bobby Jones face on it for the first two days and one that just says "Hootie" for the weekend. Xander Schauffele First appearance: Speaking of getting lost in the young American debate. I keep thinking, "This is the stretch where Schauffele fades! He's not going to win the Masters in his first rattle out of the box, but he could certainly finish in the top Sort of a low-key good fantasy play depending where you can get him.
Haotong Li First appearance: As my buddy Tron Carter has noted, there is nothing better than awakening to Li bucking his head across the pond. First appearance here, but he finished third at Royal Birkdale last year.
I'm not sure if head-bucking travels like feels do, but I'm excited to find out. Jimmy Walker T8 in He did not start the year very well, but he does have a nice history at Augusta. It's incredibly unfortunate on a number of levels that the back part of his career has been upended by Lyme disease because he's had some really strong major performances and should probably be contending more at events like this one.
Danny Willett Won in I'm a big believer in pedigrees, and Willett's is pretty good. He's among a list of 31 different golfers who have spent time as the No.
His ride following that Masters victory has been bumpy, to say the least, and maybe he goes down as more of an outlier than Weir. But I'm unconvinced we're done hearing from him. Plus he's got the next 50 years of playing Augusta to figure it out. Si Woo Kim Cut in Certainly he has a good pedigree for a year-old with wins at the Wyndham Championship at age 20!
The majors are a different story, though. Three cuts and a withdrawal in five appearances although he was sixth going into the final round of the U. Open at Erin Hills, where he shot Pending his back holding up, I think he's going to be quite good for a long time, but I'm going to have to see him light up Augusta on a more consistent basis to bump him into my top Ross Fisher T15 in I like Fisher, but he only has one top 10 at a major championship.
He might be a middle class man's Noren. Francesco Molinari T19 in The greater Molinari brother has won just once anywhere in the world in the last six years, and yet he's figured out a way to get into the OWGR top If he's going to make the Ryder Cup team, a big time performance here might be needed. Pat Perez T18 in Perez has played here just once in the last eight years last year's top The champions dinner would be unfathomable if he was able to somehow win this tournament.
Kyle Stanley Cut in I like Stanley, and last year was a tremendous season for him. As a fellow Kyle, I'm rooting for him, and as a connoisseur of ball-striking wunderkinds, I'm entranced. But he's not going to win the Masters I don't think Cameron Smith T55 in A sneaky fun pick for low Aussie. His T4 at the U. Open with an eagle at the final hole was as good as finishes get. Gary Woodland T24 in His record here is kind of shocking given his length. Woodland has never finished in the top 20 at Augusta, mostly because his short game isn't good enough to keep rounds tidy.
He should start trying to drive every green just to see what happens. Russell Henley T11 in Henley has zero top appearances in major championships, but he's had a decent record at Augusta.WINNER- Don't flirt [LEG/PT]
A pair of top 25s in his last two starts here, including a T11 in on the back of a weekend. Kiradech Aphibarnrat T15 in The Barn Rat can really play, although I'm not sure vaping is allowed in the Augusta National clubhouse, so this could be an angsty week for him. Fred Couples Won in Like Tiger, I'll believe Couples can't win the Masters when he's in a wheelchair, and he'd certainly win a wheelchair Masters if they had one. Couples has finished in the top 20 in six of his last seven appearances at Augusta National, which is outrageously impressive.
Billy Horschel T17 in It's amazing to me that Horschel only has one top 10 at a major championship in 19 appearances. We've seen him ride heaters, but he's not on one heading down Magnolia Lane.
A victory here would be a stunner. Webb Simpson T28 in The craziest Simpson stat might be that his only top 10 ever at a major championship was his U. Open victory the anti-Sergio! He's never finished in the top 25 at Augusta.
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Adam Hadwin T36 in At some point, all of these guys are the same guy when it comes to winning at Augusta. They all could because they're in the field, but none of them are going to. Bernhard Langer Won in He's been cut in two of the last four, but he also has a T8 finish and a T24 in there.
His problem obviously is that he's shorter than I am off the tee, which doesn't play well when guys like D. He won't win, but a fun side game is, "Which winner from the early 90s will finish highest? Bernd Wiesberger T22 in Wiesberger has made each of the last three cuts, which is more than Woods, Thomas, Mickelson, Fowler and D. Dylan Frittelli First appearance: He might be the best player in the world that the fewest people know about.
Frittelli has been cruising around the European Tour for the past year, racking up wins and top 10s. He has 10 top 10s worldwide since November alone! He should be a longshot for "low golfer who played on the national championship team at Texas," but he'd be a fun bet with the way Spieth is putting.
Patton Kizzire First appearance: Two-time champ this season has a frame and lithe move at the ball resembling Ernie Els. Unfortunately for him at Augusta, his overall game doesn't approach the Big Easy's. Brendan Steele T27 in Steele is 0 for 13 in top 10s at major championships. Jhonattan Vegas Cut in Johnny Vegas might have the best name in sports, but he doesn't have the game to roll at Augusta National. He's currently an average drive and a poor putter.
Super Nova and Spencer at Rio De Niro made his own success because even when he was not so fashionable in the first few years, the riders loved him. As Ludwig Christmann of the Hanoverian Verband remarked to me recently: They have the talent for collection and the higher movements, but it is the mind that makes them so special.
Donnerhall has two more horses in the top ten, Don Frederico Consulup from 16th to 6th — another whose progeny made their way on the basis of their rideability since they were less than stunning foals — and Don Schufro Pik Bube Islipping from 9th to 10th, after peaking at number 6 in Sandro Hit — quantity or quality? Sir Donnerhall II briefly representing the State Stud Celle Sandro Hit is also the sire of Stedinger Landadel who moves from 15th to 8th, somewhat ironically since he was not commercial enough to make it in Germany or Sweden, and was finally pensioned off to Australia.
His most successful competitor is the stallion, Spirit of the Age Donnerhall who is ranked 56th in the world. In the past, the stallion rankings came in a threesome: This last was very useful in evaluating exactly what the ranking signified. In the Eastern part of Germany she was very popular, she used to win a lot of metre thirty, metre forty. She must have had really good sports spirit, because she was winning and many people were talking about her. She was small cm but she had a big heart and she was a fighter.
He might have had the most number of progeny at the Europeans, but the best of these was Crazy Quick Quick Star in 22nd. Once again, solid rather than starry.
Chacco-Blue has three more in the top Third to one of my favourite horses, the late and truly great For Pleasure. Not only was he an exciting competitor but he has produced a string of such rideable horses. He has three in the top one hundred headed by Hello Forever Nimmerdora winner of almost a million euros with Scott Brash.
Hello Forever Fourth to the wonderful Cornet Obelensky who has four representatives in the topthe most successful of which is the second ranked, Clooney Ferragamo who carries the Westfalien brand. I believe there was at one point one moment one LGCT where he was with three offspring in one class. Great competitor, and shaping as a top sire. Chesall Zimequest The Eventing Stallions The future of jumping breeding looks very healthy indeed, and that is something that — at long last — we can say about Eventing Breeding.
This in fact is not true, I suspect that eventers are probably the easiest to breed of the three Olympic disciplines, and the people who have tried, have been remarkably successful, and the latest WBFSH top ten stallions, now produces a line up of horses, all of which you might expect to breed top eventers.
I suspect that just as the Irish breeders spotted a market for their eventers decades ago, the Germans, with the success of their team, have moved quickly to grab a market share and five out of six top competitors on the eventing standings are German bred.
The odd one out is Clifford in third.