Interesting guys to watch in the run up to the US Masters 2019

With the PGA Bore, I mean Tour dragging it’s early March backside around 72 holes of the Honda Championship it’s more useful to think about some interesting games that are on the horizon. Unless of course you want me to chat about the “European” Tour’s game in Oman, Jordan this week…. Nope, I don’t want to say another more about it either.

Our usual line up of potential winners in Augusta are doing okay, kicking off the rust from their brief off season and fulfilling some corporate obligations (for example Dustin Johnson opened a Junior coaching academy this week).

So let’s look at who else maybe bringing something exciting to Georgia in early April…

Lee Westwood always shows well at Augusta and here’s hoping he does something special again this year.

I also like to see Ernie Els at The Masters, if he putts well he could really upset things, especially if you want to bet on a leader through 18 or 36 holes.

Bryson Dechambeau hasn’t fared too well in The Masters but I wouldn’t bet against him if he carries some form, if BAD putts well he is hard to beat!

Tommy Fleetwood could bring his unique and wonderful British style and upset the American apple-cart by winning.

That’s just a few names to be thinking of! No doubt I’ll add more, so keep checking the blog.

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