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Rickie Fowler plays a practice round with Oklahoma State's senior Peter Uihlein.
It is well known that Augusta does not like rookie players. Everyone says that the easiest way to win the Masters is to play in it for at least four or five years, and then try to win.
However, it doesn't mean it can't happen. There are some great names playing in their first Masters, including Jeff Overton and Rickie Fowler. Then there are the names nobody really knows that well, like Gregory Havret and Arjun Atwal.
Overall, this year's group of first-timers has no better chance than any other, but the tournament is played for a reason, you never know.
This year's first-timers (professionals only):
Arjun Atwal, Jason Day, Rickie Fowler, Hiroyuki Fujita, Peter Hanson, Gregory Havret, Charley Hoffman, Kyung-Tae Kim, Martin Laird, Jeff Overton, D.A. Points, Kevin Streelman, Jhonattan Vegas, Mark Wilson, Gary Woodland.