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Picks for the 2020 Masters

Who's taking home the green jacket this year?


The Masters is always one of the best weekends on the sports calendar. Due to COVID, we're getting the prestigious tournament in November. They're going to have to battle with football for ratings, but luckily we're going to get a golf-football crossover.

If you're undecided about who to bet on, hopefully I can help. I'm usually wrong about these things, but when it comes to golf, who isn't? As per usual, I'll be putting money on the reigning champ.

Tiger is back at his tournament, looking to hunt down these young bucks.

I'm not going to go too in-depth for my picks. If you're a golf hardo, go read Golf Digest or whatever my grandpa reads to get the full analysis. These are my picks, and I'm going with my gut.

Here are my favorite picks for the 2020 Masters Tournament:


If it's a major tournament, you bet your ass I'm betting Brooks. He's been battling lower leg injuries since the PGA Championship and had to withdraw from the US Open a few weeks ago. I think Brooks is going to have a major chip on his shoulder. It appears he's fully healthy and looking for blood. Especially with what happened on the last day of the PGA Championship. Add the extra motivation of his rival Bryson Dechambeau winning the US Open. I'm all in on Brooks this weekend.


Collin Morikawa had his shine at the PGA Championship. I think Matthew Wolff is going to be the next young buck to win a major. Make fun of his insane swing all you want, but at the end of the day, this man keeps finishing in the top 10.

Wolff was the runner up at the US Open and finished fourth at the PGA Championship. Hopefully his impressive play can continue on golf's biggest stage. I love the odds and definitely think Wolff will be in the hunt come Sunday.


Just like Matthew Wolff, I feel like Xander has been in the hunt for every major going back to last year. He tied for second at last year's Masters, along with two top 10 finishes at the PGA Championship and US Open in 2020. Is it finally time for the world's number seven golfer to break through? I can definitely see it as he elevates his game to another level during major tournament season. Definitely someone you want to circle as you make your picks.

Knowing how golf works, all three of these guys will probably miss the cut. To get the juices flowing for the big weekend, I'm about to drop some hot, steamy, Masters porn below. Please have a change of pants on deck upon completion of watching these videos.

Odds taken from Fanduel Sportsbook

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