The Masters: A Fantasy Guide for Augusta National

Tiger Woods, The Masters,(Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)
Tiger Woods, The Masters,(Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images) /
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Justin Thomas, The Masters, Augusta National, (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images) /

Justin Thomas ($9,300)

Thomas has been consistent at Augusta and has never missed a cut in seven appearances.

His worst finish came in his 2016 debut when he finished 39th. He’s finished no worse than 22nd since and has two top 10 finishes over that time frame.

It’s been a mediocre 2023 so far by JT’s standards. He has an average finishing position of 23.6 with his best finish coming at the Waste Management Phoenix Open where he came in 4th place.

His worst finish was 60th place at the PLAYERS where he lost nearly five strokes putting. The putter has been an issue this year considering he’s lost strokes putting in five of seven tournaments.

Max Homa ($9,200)

Homa has had a tough time at the Masters missing the cut his first two appearances and coming 48th last year. It could be that he has putted poorly on Bentgrass greens in his career.

Homa is certainly a different caliber of player coming into this year’s Masters tournament. He already has a win under his belt and has three top 3 finishes so far this year.

He also came 6th most recently at the PLAYERS. Homa is 2nd in strokes gained approach over the last 24 rounds.

Collin Morikawa ($9,100)

Morikawa has gotten progressively better each year at the Masters. He came 44th in 2020, 18th in 2021, and 5th last year.

Morikawa has had a roller-coaster start to 2023 blowing a huge lead to lose to Rahm at the Sentry Tournament of Champions and then coming 3rd at the Farmers Insurance Open.

He proceeded to miss two cuts and come 6th and 13th in his next four tournaments. He’s continued his immaculate ball striking and gained strokes on both approach and from off the tee.