Breaking down the field of the 2023 Masters Tournament

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To prepare for golf’s biggest betting weekend, meet the field participating in the 2023 Masters tournament.

 

This weekend’s major tournament includes the following golfers:

1. All past winners of the Masters Tournament

Fred Couples, Sergio García, Dustin Johnson (12,18), Zach Johnson, Bernhard Langer, Sandy Lyle, Hideki Matsuyama (13,17,18,19), Phil Mickelson (4), Larry Mize, José María Olazábal, Patrick Reed, Scottie Scheffler (5,12,13,16,17,18,19), Charl Schwartzel (12), Adam Scott (17,18,19), Vijay Singh, Jordan Spieth (16,17,18,19), Bubba Watson, Mike Weir, Tiger Woods, Danny Willett (12)

Past winners not expected to play: Tommy Aaron, Jack Burke Jr., Ángel Cabrera, Charles Coody, Ben Crenshaw, Nick Faldo, Raymond Floyd, Trevor Immelman, Jack Nicklaus, Mark O’Meara, Gary Player, Craig Stadler, Tom Watson, Ian Woosnam, Fuzzy Zoeller

2. Recent winners of the U.S. Open (2018–2022)

Bryson DeChambeau, Matt Fitzpatrick (17,18,19), Brooks Koepka (4), Jon Rahm (16,17,18,19), Gary Woodland

3. Recent winners of The Open Championship (2018–2022)

Shane Lowry (12,18,19), Francesco Molinari, Collin Morikawa (4,12,17,18,19), Cameron Smith (5,12,17,18,19)

4. Recent winners of the PGA Championship (2018–2022)

Justin Thomas (5,12,17,18,19)

5. Recent winners of The Players Championship (2021–2023)

6. The winner of the gold medal at the Olympic Games[a]

7. The winner and runner-up in the 2022 U.S. Amateur Championship

Sam Bennett (a), Ben Carr (a)

8. The winner of the 2022 Amateur Championship

Aldrich Potgieter (a)

9. The winner of the 2022 Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship

Harrison Crowe (a)

10. The winner of the 2023 Latin America Amateur Championship

Mateo Fernández de Oliveira (a)

11. The winner of the 2022 U.S. Mid-Amateur Golf Championship

Matthew McClean (a)

12. The leading 12 players, and those tying for 12th place, from the 2022 Masters Tournament

Cameron Champ, Corey Conners (16,17,18,19), Sungjae Im (17,18,19), Rory McIlroy (14,16,17,18,19), Will Zalatoris (13,15,16,17,18,19)

13. The leading four players, and those tying for fourth place, in the 2022 U.S. Open

14. The leading four players, and those tying for fourth place, in the 2022 Open Championship

Tommy Fleetwood (18,19), Viktor Hovland (17,18,19), Cameron Young (15,17,18,19)

15. The leading four players, and those tying for fourth place, in the 2022 PGA Championship

Mito Pereira (18)

16. Winners of PGA Tour events[b] between the 2022 Masters Tournament and the 2023 Masters Tournament

Keegan Bradley (18,19), Sam Burns (17,18,19), Patrick Cantlay (17,18,19), Tony Finau (17,18,19), Russell Henley (18,19), Max Homa (17,18,19), Mackenzie Hughes (18), Billy Horschel (17,18,19), Si Woo Kim (19), Tom Kim (18,19), Chris Kirk (19), Kurt Kitayama (18,19), K.H. Lee (17,18,19), Taylor Moore (19), Séamus Power (18,19), Justin Rose (19), J. T. Poston (17,19). Xander Schauffele (17,18,19), Adam Svensson

17. All players who qualified for the 2022 Tour Championship

Brian Harman (18,19), Tom Hoge (18,19), Joaquín Niemann (18,19), Scott Stallings, Sepp Straka (18,19), Sahith Theegala (18,19)

Aaron Wise (18,19) will not play.

18. The leading 50 players on the Official World Golf Ranking as of December 31, 2022

Abraham Ancer (19), Ryan Fox (19), Talor Gooch, Tyrrell Hatton (19), Kevin Kisner (19), Jason Kokrak, Adrian Meronk, Kevin Na, Alex Norén (19), Louis Oosthuizen, Thomas Pieters (19), Harold Varner III

19. The leading 50 players on the Official World Golf Ranking as of March 27, 2023

Jason Day, Harris English, Min Woo Lee, Keith Mitchell

20. Special invitations

Kazuki Higa, Gordon Sargent (a)

 

The Field for the 2023 Masters

 

Abraham Ancer 110/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 3/2

Best Career Finish: 13th (2020)

Top 5s: 0

Top 10s: 0

Top 20s: 1

Ancer left for LIV Golf last July and has been a bit “out of sight, out of mind” like many of the LIV players. On debut here in 2020, Ancer found himself in the final group on Sunday where he had a front-row seat to Dustin Johnson’s green-jacket coronation. A disappointing final round 76 dropped him to a 13th-place finish.

Ancer is in this field courtesy of his OWGR Top 50 ranking at the end of 2022. He does have a victory in 2023 after winning the PIF Saudi International on the Asian Tour back in February against a respectable field.

He is not a big hitter off the tee, so he will have to be pinpoint everywhere else to compete and it is hard to gauge that based on competing against smaller fields in no-cut events over the last several months.

 

Sam Bennett (A) 2500/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 0/0

Best Career Finish: Debutant

Top 5s: 0

Top 10s: 0

Top 20s: 0

Sam Bennett became the first Texas A&M Aggie to win the U.S. Amateur back in August of 2022 when he defeated fellow 2023 Masters debutant Ben Carr at Ridgewood CC in New Jersey. This is his first trip to Augusta but not his first major championship golf experience after he qualified and made the cut (T49) at the 2022 U.S. Open at The Country Club in Brookline.

 

Keegan Bradley 110/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 6/5

Best Career Finish: T-22nd (2015)

Top 5s: 0

Top 10s: 0

Top 20s: 0

Keegan Bradley played in five straight Masters from 2012 to 2016, but it’s been a tough run ever since. He qualified for the 2019 event, which was his last appearance here, finishing T43.

Two years ago, Bradley was outside the OWGR Top 125 and now he is just outside the OWGR Top 20. He started to turn it around in 2022 and capped it off with a win last October in the ZOZO Championship and a runner-up earlier this year in the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines.

He ranks inside the top 15 in total strokes gained per round over the past six months, with very few holes in his game now that his putting, a weakness for many years, has improved.  Nevertheless, he might be of better use in a placement (T20, T30, T40) market or on a make/miss cut prop.

 

Sam Burns 35/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 1/0

Best Career Finish: MC (2022)

Top 5s: 0

Top 10s: 0

Top 20s: 0

Burns shot 75-74 to miss the cut on his debut at Augusta last year. He lacks course history at a place where it is most paramount; however, he is a different class of player now having rolled through the WGC-Dell Match Play including semifinals win over OWGR No. 1 Scottie Scheffler on the way to dispatching Cameron Young 6 & 5 in the championship match.

Burns had lost strokes on approach in nine of the past 12 starts prior to his performance at the Match Play. He was able to get off the schneid at the Valspar, which is clearly his favorite place to play on TOUR having won the title there in consecutive years for 2021 and 2022. It continued two weeks ago at the Match Play.

Now that he has mixed it up and triumphed over the game’s elite at the Match Play, he must be considered a viable contender. However, he has yet to post a Top 10 in any major.

 

Patrick Cantlay 18/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 6/4

Best Career Finish: T-9th (2019)

Top 5s: 0

Top 10s: 1

Top 20s: 2

Cantlay has risen to a Top 5 world ranking, but contending on a Sunday in a major has been all too rare. He profiles well in all of the statistics including ranking second in this field in Strokes Gained: Off The Tee over the past three months. The current OWGR No. 4 shot 79 on Saturday to plummet down the leaderboard and eventually finish T-39 here last year.

Cantlay’s last win was in the late summer of 2022 at the BMW Championship. Since then, he has been three Top 5s and four Top 10s in his last nine events. He is clearly a world-class player, but it is long past time for him to prove it on the biggest stages and the stage gets no bigger than The Masters.

 

Ben Carr (A) 2500/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 0/0

Best Career Finish: Debutant

Top 5s: 0

Top 10s: 0

Top 20s: 0

The local kid from Georgia Southern earned his Masters invite after reaching the finals of the U.S. Amateur in August, losing 1 up to Sam Bennett. As with any amateur debutant, making the cut should be the goal.

 

Cameron Champ 250/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 3/3

Best Career Finish: T-10th (2020)

Top 5s: 0

Top 10s: 1

Top 20s: 2

Champ is a three-time winner on the PGA TOUR (2018 Sanderson Farms Championship, 2019 Safeway Open, and 2021 3M Open), and one of the TOUR’s biggest bombers off the tee has surprisingly very good form here at Augusta considering driving distance can be mitigated here.

However, his recent form leaves a lot to be desired. He has missed the cut in eight of 11 starts this season while losing an average of 0.94 strokes per round on approach. Those irons are going to have to be way better if he is going to make the weekend at Augusta for a fourth consecutive year.

 

Corey Conners 45/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 5/4

Best Career Finish: T-6th (2022)

Top 5s: 0

Top 10s: 3

Top 20s: 3

Conners posted his third consecutive Top 10 finish at Augusta here last year with a T-6. Unfortunately for Conners, he has not posted a Top 10 anywhere since a T-5 at the BMW Championship late last summer in the FedEx Cup Playoffs. Nevertheless, he was a respectable 2-1 in his group at the Dell Match Play but ran into a buzzsaw in Cameron Young.

However, he became a two-time Valero Texas Open champion on Sunday for his second career victory on the PGA TOUR. Conners will try to become the first player to win the week before The Masters and then win at Augusta since Phil Mickelson did it at the Bell South Classic and The Masters in 2006.

 

Fred Couples 2000/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 37/30

Best Career Finish: 1st (1992)

Top 5s: 5

Top 10s: 11

Top 20s: 19

Last October, “Boom Boom” won for the first time in over five and a half years at the SAS Championship on the PGA TOUR Champions, shooting a 60 in Sunday’s final round.

Couples plays sparingly on the over-50 circuit and the 1992 Masters champion has not made the cut at Augusta since 2018.

 

Harrison Crowe (A) 2500/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 0/0

Best Career Finish: Debutant

Top 5s: 0

Top 10s: 0

Top 20s: 0

Harrison Crowe, a 21-year-old Aussie, won the 2022 Asia-Pacific Amateur and punched his ticket to this year’s event. Crowe also won on the Australian professional Tour in 2022, winning the New South Wales Open. He’ll be teeing it up at this year’s Open Championship as well.

 

Jason Day 20/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 11/8

Best Career Finish: T-2nd (2011)

Top 5s: 3

Top 10s: 4

Top 20s: 6

Day missed the Masters field last year due to being outside of the OWGR Top 50. This year, he worked his way back inside the Top 50 with a run of terrific recent form. In 13 starts this season, Day has finished 21st or better 11 times which includes two Top 5s and six Top 10s.

He is gaining 0.73 strokes per round on approach which is a career-best and even better than 2016 when he was the OWGR No. 1 player. Day is also gaining 0.55 strokes off the tee, and then there is the top-class short game that has never left him, and his 0.66 strokes gained per round putting is the best since 2018.

Unfortunately, last week still showed the constant injury concern that has plagued Day throughout his entire career. In his quarterfinal match at the Dell Match Play vs. Scottie Scheffler, Day was 3-up through seven holes, and then came a small bout with vertigo and Day ended up losing the match. The form is difficult to ignore, but so are the injury concerns.

 

Bryson DeChambeau 100/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 6/5

Best Career Finish: T-21st (2016) Low Amateur

Top 5s: 0

Top 10s: 0

Top 20s: 0

DeChambeau had lost his form a bit before he left for LIV Golf last year. The 2020 U.S. Open champion was No. 4 in the OWGR a little less than two years ago and now he is barely clinging inside the Top 150.

He has yet to contend in any of the LIV Golf events over this past year and the only success he has had in any type of golf competition was finishing 2nd last October at the Long Drive World Championship.

 

Harris English 250/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 3/2

Best Career Finish: T-21st (2021)

Top 5s: 0

Top 10s: 0

Top 20s: 0

Harris English was playing the best golf of his career nearly two years ago and worked his way into the OWGR Top 10 and even earned a spot on the U.S. Ryder Cup team. Unfortunately, he fell prey to various injuries and has only made 29 starts in the past two seasons.

Earlier in March, English did finish T-2nd at Bay Hill but was carried by his putter. Until he can rediscover the ball striking he had two years ago, it is hard to see him doing much this week.

 

Mateo Fernandez de Oliveira (A) 1500/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 0/0

Best Career Finish: Debutant

Top 5s: 0

Top 10s: 0

Top 20s: 0

After finishing in second place at the 2021 Latin American Amateur Championship, Argentine Mateo Fernandez de Oliveira, currently playing at University of Arkansas, sealed the deal in record fashion in 2022, breaking Joaquin Niemann’s event record and punching tickets to not only The Masters but also the U.S. Open, Open Championship, U.S. and British Amateurs as well.

 

Tony Finau 22/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 5/5

Best Career Finish: T-5th (2019)

Top 5s: 1

Top 10s: 3

Top 25s: 3

Tony Finau entered last year’s event ranked 147th out of the top 150 in strokes-gained putting over the six months leading up to the event. Over the past year, Finau ranks 15th in this field in Strokes Gained: Putting, a remarkable turnaround on the greens, which has translated into three tournament wins (3M Open, Rocket Mortgage Classic, Cadence Bank Houston Open) since his last trip to Augusta, where he was finished in the Top 10 three times in five appearances.

Finau has nine Top 10 finishes in major championships over the last five years. What has kept him from victory is just not being able to put all facets of his game together. Either his ball striking has been impeccable but could not make a putt, or his short game was terrific but to save pars instead of making birdies.

This year, all areas of the game seem to be on point and he is an absolute contender for the green jacket.

 

Matt Fitzpatrick 45/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 8/7

Best Career Finish: T-7th (2016)

Top 5s: 0

Top 10s: 1

Top 20s: 2

Fitzpatrick, while small in stature, has transformed his game and has become a bomber off the tee and that tee-to-green game won him last year’s U.S. Open at Brookline.

On the other hand, Fitzpatrick’s typical pinpoint approach game has disappeared of late. The Englishman has lost strokes on approach in five of his past six starts and has missed the cut in four of them.  He has been battling a bit of a nagging neck injury since the early part of the season.

While he has one of the best short games in the world, he is still a bit of a wild card coming in with subpar form, especially on approach, which is never a good thing at Augusta.

 

Tommy Fleetwood 60/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 6/5

Best Career Finish: T-14th (2022)

Top 5s: 0

Top 10s: 0

Top 20s: 3

Fleetwood, off his best career finish at Augusta (T-14) last year, is back for another appearance courtesy of his Top 4 finish in The Open Championship at St. Andrews last summer. The Englishman is not quite back to being in the OWGR Top 10 like he was in 2019, but he is coming closer to form.

He found the winner’s circle for the first time since 2019 back in November, winning the Nedbank Golf Challenge on the Euro Tour, and a recent T3 at the Valspar was another close call on American soil as he still seeks his first win stateside.

The U.S. Open or The Open Championship are better spots for Fleetwood to really be in the hunt for a major championship victory, but he is certainly worth consideration in at least a Top 20 placement market.

 

Ryan Fox 180/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 0/0

Best Career Finish: Debutant

Top 5s: 0

Top 10s: 0

Top 20s: 0

New Zealand-born Fox had his career year in 2022 with two DP World Tour victories (Ras al Khaimah Classic, Alfred Dunhill Links Championship) and vaulted himself into the OWGR Top 50. He finished inside the top 5 in eight of his 24 starts in 2022, but also missed seven cuts, so he can be a volatile player.

Fox has been more consistent in 2023 making all six cuts with four Top 20 finishes, but he has had to step up more in class as he has been playing more PGA TOUR events and has yet to contend.

 

Sergio Garcia 110/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 23/15

Best Career Finish: 1st (2017)

Top 5s: 2

Top 10s: 4

Top 20s: 6

Garcia finished T-23 here last year which was his first made cut at Augusta since he won in a playoff over Justin Rose in 2017. He’s missed the cut in five of his last 15 Masters, with just three top-10 finishes, including the year he won.

Like many others in this field, it is difficult to get a handle on how Garcia will play since he has been playing LIV Golf and his only recent finish of note is a T-5th at the International Series Oman event on the Asian Tour.

 

Talor Gooch 110/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 1/1

Best Career Finish: T-14th (2022)

Top 5s: 0

Top 10s: 0

Top 20s: 1

Gooch finished a respectable T-14 on debut at Augusta last year and earns a return invitation from being in the OWGR Top 50 at the end of 2022. His bread and butter is his approach game. Nevertheless, he has yet to post even a Top 10 in LIV Golf.

 

Brian Harman 130/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 4/2

Best Career Finish: T-12th (2021)

Top 5s: 0

Top 10s: 0

Top 20s: 1

Harman makes a return appearance to Augusta courtesy of being one of the thirty players to reach last year’s Tour Championship.

Left-handers like Phil Mickelson, Bubba Watson, and Mike Weir have won here, so you would think Harman would have the type of game to flourish here.

However, his recent form has been a struggle having lost strokes on approach in seven consecutive starts and missing the cut in four of his last six events.

 

Tyrrell Hatton 50/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 6/4

Best Career Finish: T-18th (2021)

Top 5s: 0

Top 10s: 0

Top 20s: 1

Hatton, currently ranked No. 17 in the OWGR, returns to Augusta having finished inside the OWGR Top 50 at the end of 2022. He’s finished T7 or better in four of his past six starts but suffered a hand injury that led him to lose all three matches at the Dell Match Play.

One would think Hatton would have the game to excel at Augusta, but he was just one Top 20 finish here in six starts. The Englishman has been vocal in his criticism of the course setup here, but the temperamental Hatton is critical of a wide array of course layouts.

 

Russell Henley 150/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 6/5

Best Career Finish: T-11th (2017)

Top 5s: 0

Top 10s: 0

Top 20s: 2

Henley earned a return trip to Augusta having won on the PGA TOUR for the first time in five and a half years last November at Mayakoba. He has not started well in 2023 due to his world-class approach game abandoning him early this season.

Unless Henley can sharpen up his usually stellar iron play, his ceiling is likely just making the weekend.

 

Kazuki Higa 400/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 0/0

Best Career Finish: Debutant

Top 5s: 0

Top 10s: 0

Top 20s: 0

Higa earned an invitation to this year’s Masters having Higa won four times on the Japan Tour in 2022 and finishing first on the Japan Golf Tour’s Order of Merit last year.

That also earned him status on the DP World Tour where he has finished 11th and 4th in his last two starts.

 

Tom Hoge 110/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 1/1

Best Career Finish: T-39th (2022)

Top 5s: 0

Top 10s: 0

Top 20s: 0

2022 was a career year for Tom Hoge having won his first PGA TOUR event (AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am), played in all four majors, made the Tour Championship, and reached the OWGR Top 50. Hoge owes that success to being one of the best iron players in the game.

His game off the tee and on the greens has not been as consistent although it has shown improvement in 2023 and that makes him a sneaky Top 10/20 placement market bet.

 

Max Homa 28/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 3/1

Best Career Finish: T-48th (2022)

Top 5s: 0

Top 10s: 0

Top 20s: 0

Homa ranked just inside the OWGR Top 40 (37th) this time last year heading to Augusta, but now ranks 6th in the OWGR courtesy of three victories (Wells Fargo Championship, Fortinet Championship, and Farmers Insurance Open) in the last 12 months along with five more T5 or better finishes, and has finished T20 or better in eight of his 10 starts this season.

His best major championship finish is a T-13th in last year’s PGA Championship at Southern Hills, but Homa has victories on classical golf courses like Quail Hollow, Riviera, and Torrey Pines. Is Augusta National next?

 

Billy Horschel 150/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 8/6

Best Career Finish: T-17th (2016)

Top 5s: 0

Top 10s: 0

Top 20s: 1

Horschel earned another trip to Augusta having won last year’s Memorial Tournament at Jack Nicklaus’s Muirfield Village, Jack’s ode to Augusta National. However, Horschel has never had much success here with only one Top 20 in eight appearances here.

Horschel has missed half of his cuts in 2023 and ranks just 143rd out of the world’s top 150 in total strokes gained per round. 

 

Viktor Hovland 35/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 3/3

Best Career Finish: T-21st (2021)

Top 5s: 0

Top 10s: 0

Top 20s: 0

Hovland has the ball-striking game to not only win at The Masters but at any major championship for that matter. Nevertheless, he does not yet have the short game to do so.

Hovland ranks 5th in the world in Strokes Gained: Ball Striking (Off The Tee + Approach) over the past three months. He hasn’t missed a cut since the Scottish Open in July, 17 straight events, and he’s finished T20 in 12 of the 17 and six of the past seven.

He gained over eight strokes on approach at THE PLAYERS, where he finished T-3rd and just posted his best major championship finish with a T-4th in The Open Championship at St. Andrews last summer.

 

Mackenzie Hughes 180/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 3/2

Best Career Finish: T-40th (2021)

Top 5s: 0

Top 10s: 0

Top 20s: 0

Hughes punched his ticket to this year’s Masters by winning the Sanderson Farms Championship last October. In other events, he has not had all that much success considering he only has two other Top 20 or better finishes in his last 25 worldwide events.

The Canadian is one of the better putters in the game, but even that portion of his game has abandoned him at times this season missing four of his last seven cuts before advancing to the Round of 16 at the Dell Match Play.

 

Sungjae Im 35/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 3/2

Best Career Finish: T-2nd (2020)

Top 5s: 1

Top 10s: 2

Top 20s: 2

Im was runner-up on debut here in 2020 and had another Top 10 here last year. The South Korean is a consistent Top 20 OWGR player as evidenced by finishing inside the top 20 in 23 of his past 39 starts. 

Nevertheless, he does not win as much as a player of his talent should and has not won anywhere since October 2021 at the Shriners Children’s Open.

He ranks in the Top 10 in the field for Strokes Gained: Total over the last 50 rounds and should definitely be considered in the Top 10/20 placement markets and could be a dark horse in the betting market’s middle tier for the win.

 

Dustin Johnson 25/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 12/10

Best Career Finish: 1st (2020)

Top 5s: 3

Top 10s: 5

Top 20s: 7

DJ arrives at Augusta this year at double the price that he was last year and is currently ranked No. 65 in the OWGR. Whether you are pro-LIV Golf or anti-LIV Golf, everyone knows that DJ is still a higher-level player than his ranking indicates. Before his victory at the November 2020 Masters, DJ had four straight Top 10s at Augusta.

If the price were in the 40/1 range, he would certainly be worth having on your Masters betting card. Do not be surprised if he is in the mix here again despite playing less frequently over the past year. Unlike many of the LIV Golf defections, there is still a sense that DJ has some greatness left in him.

 

Zach Johnson 500/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 18/10

Best Career Finish: 1st (2007)

Top 5s: 1

Top 10s: 2

Top 20s: 3

Zach Johnson will lead the Team USA squad into Rome later this fall as Ryder Cup captain. He has missed consecutive cuts here and has not finished inside the Top 35 here since 2015.

 

Si Woo Kim 80/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 6/5

Best Career Finish: T-12th (2021)

Top 5s: 0

Top 10s: 0

Top 20s: 1

Si Woo is the ultimate boom or bust player, but he still has strong win equity on the PGA TOUR with four victories at only age 27. Despite his erratic play, he has made five of six cuts here.

He is one of the best drivers of the golf ball in the game, but his irons can be hit or miss (they were a hit in his win at the Sony Open earlier this year), and putting is always an adventure. Si Woo Kim could be a solid Top 20/Top 30 placement market bet.

 

Tom Kim 70/1

Total Appearances/Cuts Made: 0/0

Best Career Finish: Debutant

Top 5s: 0

Top 10s: