In two weeks time the most prestigious tournament in golf starts at Augusta! The Masters 2019 has some incredible golfers and we've rounded up the Betfair odds on some of them.

The Masters is one of the best sporting occasions of the year. The tournament sees the world best golfers battle it out to win one of the years four majors. It takes places at the famous Augusta National Golf Club, where membership is strictly invitation only and costs between $10,000-$30,000!

The standard of golf in this year's competition is extremely high! The PGA leaderboard today sees Dustin Johnson as number one, but he has been swapping this position with Justin Rose in number two for the past six months. The winner of the tournament will receive the sought-after green jacket. Never of these men have ever won one and will be desperate to change that this year.

Jack Nicklaus has the most victories at the Masters with six, his last win coming in 1986. Arnold Palmer is in second place with four wins to his name. None of the current top six on the PGA leaderboard have won the tournament before. Last years winner Patrick Reed is currently ranked 17th in the world.

Betfair is currently paying out on six places at the Masters so we're going to take a look at the top 6 in the world.

Dustin Johnson is currently ranked number one in the world. The American is at 9/1 on Betfair. Even though he has never won the competition he has been in fantastic form of late and would expect him to be near the top come Sunday afternoon. This will be his ninth tournament and will be hoping to beat his best finish of fourth place in 2016.

Just behind Johnson is Justin Rose. Rose is in the form of his life at the minute, he's recorded three top 10 finishes this year and won the Farmers Championship. He has finished second twice in the last five years at Augusta. Betfair has him at 14/1,  and with them paying six places that could be a very good each way bet.

The world number three is Brooks Koepka. The 28-year-old is playing in only his fourth Masters tournament with his best finish being 11th place last year. He has had a good 2019 though. He came second in the Honda Classic and won The CJ Cup at Nine Bridges. You can back him to win the tournament at 18/1 on Betfair.

The favourite for the tournament and the world number four is Rory McIlroy. He has just come off the back of a fantastic win at the Players Championship and will be hoping to take this form to Augusta. McIlroy's best finish at the Masters is fourth and in the last five years he hasn't finished out the top ten which is probably why Betfair have priced him at 7/1.

Justin Thomas is number five on the PGA leaderboard. He is another who is fairly inexperienced when it comes to Augusta. Having made only three appearances there, his best finish is 17th. However, he has had a brilliant 2019. He hasn't won any tournaments but has finished in the top 10 five times. This means he could be a fantastic each way bet on Betfair at 16/1.

The final golfer we'll look at is Bryson Dechambeau. He is the least experienced out of the top six, having only featured in two Masters tournaments. The American does have a 2019 win to his name having won the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. He has managed three top ten finishes this year and is priced at 18/1 on Betfair.

This year's Masters tournament will be shown on Sky Sports for the full four days. BBC have got coverage available for the last two days.

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