Its the final day of the first November US Masters, and after collecting some cash with our three-ball double on Saturday we’re looking to end the year’s final major with another collect.
We’ve decided to pick the winners of eight three-balls, looking to pick the class players to take advantage of final day nerves against two lesser players.
First off, Bryson DeChambeau has had a disappointing tournament, but should still have too much for Charl Schwartzel and the German veteran Bernhard Langer.
We also like twice former champion Bubba Watson to use his length off the tee to see off Si Woo Kim and Shugo Imahira. Likewise, Collin Morikawa is a current major winner, and we look for him to show this class.
Long hitting Hawaiian Tony Finau may not win often but is a solid world top 20 player pitted against an amateur and a rookie South African.
The leading groups feature a fair few names new to these giddy heights. As such we expect Justin Thomas to cope much better than Smith and Fritelli, and likewise our overall pick Dustin Johnson should land us the big prize whilst also handing out a beating on the day to Im and Ancer.
DeChambeau, Watson, Morikawa, Finau, Johnson and Thomas to win their three-balls, six five-folds and a six-timer, at approximately 40/1 the accumulator and 20/1 each five-timer