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Luke Donald is the world number one. However, he still has never won a major, a tag that will hang over him until he does.
That elusive major could be the Masters with his wonderful short game, as long as he can get his driver firing. He has had three top 10 finishes here at Augusta, and I expect a similar result this weekend.
Molinari is probably the weakest of the three players, ranked 46th in the world. He has spent the last week working on his short game in order to prepare for the Masters. His accuracy off the tee and solid iron play could be key, and I see him making it to the weekend.
Nick Watney is one of the few players I feel confident in guaranteeing will be here for the weekend. He is wonderful with the putter and has Masters experience, never failing to reach the weekend in four attempts.
I do think these three will all be here for the weekend. Molinari is likely to end up in the forties, while I think Donald will be in the low teens. I believe Nick Watney will be the star of the group, finishing in the top eight.