Question of the Week

An eye on the Masters

As the PGA Tour moves east toward the Florida Swing, is there any golfer who has established himself as a Masters favorite?

The PGA Tour's shift toward the Florida Swing will mark the nearly month-long lead-up to the Masters. Which player, in your opinion, is presently playing the best golf and should be considered the early favorite for Augusta?

Please email your response to editor Stuart Hall. In order to publish, please include your first and last name, along with your city and state of residence.

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The consistency play of Justin Thomas on this turnaround season makes him my number one pick.

Bob Gillespie
Toronto, Ontario

Rory Mcilroy

Tim Dwyer
St. Paul, Minn.

I believe that Tony Finau will be the Masters champ in 2020.

Kerry Holeton
Hoover, Ala.

My choice is Jon Rahm. Have watched him closely at past Masters and the guy is knock, knock, knocking on Augusta’s doors. This is the year for the Jim Nantz interview at 7 p.m. on Sunday in [Butler] Cabin.

Paul Vicary
The Villages, Fla.

If Hiheki Matsuyama can avoid that one bad round, he will win.

Joe Hatch
Fountain Hills, Ariz.

Brooks Koepka — he’s motivated from last year.

Gary Rung
Carpentersville, Ill.

Gary Woodland is my favorite, but I think John Rahm will win this year's Masters.

Ron Black
Castle Rock, Colo.

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