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Every year, there are a few names that seem to sneak in there without anyone noticing, as well as golfers who aren't on the top of their game going in. So who are the names to watch this year?
Angel Cabrera: 75-1
Cabrera never plays any tournaments well except for a few choice majors. But who's going to argue? He's got the titles that most golfers would kill for.
Paul Casey: 60-1
Paul Casey simply hasn't seen enough competitive golf in his return thus far. Coming off a shoulder injury and right into the Masters is more ideal than many courses because local knowledge really does help that much. However, Casey's odds aren't good even with that knowledge.
Mark Wilson: 50-1
Mark Wilson is a strong start, but a weak finish for most years on the PGA Tour. However, he's played consistently enough to be in the top 30 in the Official World Golf Rankings. However, his play at the Masters is nothing spectacular to put him as a front-runner. Watch out if Wilson gets hot, because he's proven he can do it pretty much randomly
Sang-Moon Bae: 50-1
Don't let his 28 World Golf ranking fool you, Bae is still yet to prove himself with the crop of talent from the European and the American tours. While he has had a lot of success over in Asia, there are golfers who have done the same thing and never been competitive on the big tours.
Brandt Snedeker: 40-1
Snedeker is starting to finally come around in his game. Although he doesn't have a routine that lasts more than three seconds from address, Snedeker has finally found a rhythm in his game, and is really flourishing. However, he's still not a proven threat, so right now he's at longer odds.