Brooks Koepka ($7,600)
It’s crazy to think how the sentiment on Brooks has changed. He used to be a guarantee at Majors and now is priced here.
He has missed the cut at Augusta National the last two times he’s played the Masters. He previously came 7th, 2nd, and 11th here.
Koepka has been good but not dominant on LIV. He came in 24th place in Tucson and 27th at Mayakoba. He missed the cut shooting 8 over on the Asian Tour in February and came 46th in Saudi Arabia.
Koepka did win the Jeddah Invitational back in October and shot six under in his first round at LIV Orlando this past weekend.
Min Woo Lee ($7,600)
Min Woo tied for 14th place in his Masters debut last year.
He missed the cut at the Arnold Palmer but otherwise has played well this year. He finished 6th at the PLAYERS gaining a ridiculous 7.7 strokes putting. He also came 26th at the Honda.
He was previously great on the DP World Tour coming 13th in Dubai, and 2nd in Abu Dhabi. Lee also ended 2022 with 3rd and 4th place finishes.
Sahith Theegala ($7,500)
Theegala is making his Masters debut this year.
He hasn’t missed a cut so far in 2023 and has some good finishes. He was 4th at the Farmers, 6th at the Genesis, and 14th at the API.
His other finishes aren’t as impressive as he has finished 33rd, 54th, 39th, and 74th most recently at the PLAYERS.
He’s 60th out of 89 golfers in strokes gained off the tee over the last 24 rounds.
Bryson DeChambeau ($7,500)
DeChambeau hasn’t exactly been impressive at the Masters.
His best finish came back in his debut in 2016 when he finished 21st. His best finish since then is a 29th place result in 2019. He missed the cut last year at Augusta.
Bryson shot one under in the first round at the LIV Orlando event. He previously hasn’t played well.
He came 44th shooting seven over in Tucson, came 23rd at Mayakoba, and missed the cut in Saudi Arabia.
Adam Scott ($7,500)
Scott has played well historically at the Masters and won back in 2013. He has nine top 25 finishes at Augusta. The recent years haven’t been as kind with finishes of 48th, 54th, and 34th in the last three years.
Scott hasn’t missed a cut in five tournaments this year. His best finish was 21st place at the Sony Open. He’s lost strokes on approach in his last two tournaments and lost a ridiculous 6.9 strokes at the PLAYERS Championship.