The Masters 2021: What can we expect from the best of Britain?

The Masters 2021

The upcoming Masters will mark five years since Danny Willet stunned the field at Augusta National to win the Green Jacket. The then 22-year-old pipped defending champion Jordan Spieth to the title. Spaniard Sergio Garcia was the victor in 2017, and Americans have taken control in Georgia since then, with Patrick Reed, Tiger Woods and Dustin Johnson all adding Green Jackets to their wardrobes. 

Therefore, it’s no surprise that the likes of defending champion Johnson, US Open holder Bryson DeChambeau and recent Players Championship winner Justin Thomas are all leading the way in the betting exchange. Still, the Masters has the knack of throwing up a shock winner from left of field, and that could result in another British golfer winning the tournament. 

So, without further ado, let’s take a look at what we can expect to see from some of the British Isles’ best exports. Read on to find out more! 

Rory McIlroy – 14/1

It’s no surprise that Rory McIlroy boasts the best chance out of any Briton. However, it has been over six years since the Northern Irishman last won a major and it will take something special from the 31-year-old if he is to get fitted into a Green Jacket on April 11th. The World No.11 has recently started working with renowned coach Pete Cowen. However, following an exit from the WGC Match Play in the group stage, there is no indication that the four-time major winner’s form has drastically improved. 

Lee Westwood – 28/1

After barely hearing from Lee Westwood for the last five years or so, it seems the 47-year-old’s career has found a rare purple patch at what could be the perfect time! Westwood finished just one shot behind first-placed DeChambeau in the Arnold Palmer Invitational and was denied by just a single stroke again one week later by Thomas in The Players. As a result, he has jumped back into the top 20 players in the world for the first time in almost eight years. Westwood’s best at Augusta National was a second-place finish in 2016, but if he is to win his first major of his career, then he will need to bounce back from missing the cut at the recent Honda Classic.

Tyrrell Hatton – 28/1

Despite being eighth in the world rankings, Tyrrell Hatton is as far out as 28/1 to win the Masters. Hatton won the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth last October and added the Adu Dhabi Championship to his trophy cabinet in January. However, looking at how he has performed at Augusta previously, his chances of winning the Masters this year are slim. This will be Hatton’s fifth tournament and he’ll be hoping to make it into the weekend rounds around after being cut for the second time of his career back in November. 

Tommy Fleetwood – 40/1

Tommy Fleetwood is another British golfer still on the hunt for a major title. Currently ranked 24th in the world, Fleetwood has five European Tour triumphs to his name, but he is yet to crack the PGA. Like Hatton, this will also be the 30-year-old’s fifth Masters. However, he hasn’t missed the cut since his Augusta debut in 2017, and he’ll be hoping that he can build on finishing T19th back in November. 

Paul Casey and Matthew Fitzpatrick are also 40/1, whilst the likes of Justin Rose (45/1) and Ian Poulter (100/1) are further out. 


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