It's the starting to look like spring, and that means it's time for the Masters.
We all know Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy are going to headline this weekend's Masters. I'm going to tell you some golfers that might sneak up and take the green jacket and could give you a pay day.
Bill Haas is the type of player that could be a good buy. He is currently going off at plus 4000, and that could be a steal if Haas plays like he's capable.
Haas finished last year with a victory at the Tour Championship. This year he went toe-to-toe with Phil Mickelson in a playoff and took home the trophy.
Bo Van Pelt is currently selling at plus 7000. If you are someone who is looking to take a risk but don't want to throw down a lot of money, Van Pelt could be your guy.
He is leading the tour in birdie conversation and strokes gained. Putting is often the deciding factor at the Masters, and right now Van Pelt is putting as well as anyone.
Jim Furyk is the type of guy that has seen every inch of Augusta, so if you want to bet on an experienced dark horse, he might be your guy.
Furyk is selling at plus 6000. As long as he can keep his condition, I think he could be a factor on Sunday.
Jason Day is currently going off at plus 5000. He is a guy that when he's on, he's really good, but if he's off, he can be really average.
One thing to like about Day is that he currently ranks third on tour in scrambling from the rough. Since Augusta is a forgiving course, it's nice for Day to be able to be a little erratic off the tee and still be able to save a hole.
Another thing to like about Day going off at plus 5000 is his finish last year. He finished tied for second and minus-four on Sunday when the pressure was on. Jason Day has been there, and if he's on early in the week, he could make a push for the jacket on Sunday.
Geoff Ogilvy has arguably one of the most fluid swings on tour. He is currently selling at plus 6000.
Ogilvy finished tied for fourth at the Masters last year. He had a bad Saturday, and had he just shot three under, which is what he shot on the first two days, he might have won the green jacket.
Fred Couples has had quite a bit of success at Augusta. If you like guys that have had seven top-10 finishes at a golf course and are selling at plus 6000, then Couples might be your guy.
He has hit the ball pretty well so far this year, and as long as he can stay healthy this weekend, he could be around on Sunday.
Bubba Watson could be the wild card of the whole weekend. He is No. 1 in driving distance and No. 1 in greens in regulation percentage.
If Watson can just be average with his putter, he could have a real shot at winning this tournament. You could enjoy it almost as much as Watson would if you buy him at plus 4000.