Where will The Masters 2020 be held?
The Masters 2020 will be held at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, USA.
Augusta National Golf Club layout
The Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia, USA is an iconic golf course. Considered as one of the best golf courses in the world, Augusta's holes each have their own names and have their own stories to tell from over the years.
When will The Masters 2020 be held?
The Masters will take place from 12 to 15 November 2020. The original date for the major was set for 9 to 12 April 2020, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, it has had to be moved.
The Masters History
The first 'Augusta National Invitational' tournament, the original name of The Masters, took place on 22 March 1934. Horton Smith was the first winner of the tournament.
Amateur champion Bobby Jones and investment banker Clifford Roberts were the brains behind the tournament.
The evolution of the tournament has seen a number of traditions being added, with the iconic Green Jacket being awarded to the winner since 1949.
The previous year's winner must return the Green Jacket when attending The Champions Dinner, which is held on the Tuesday before each tournament. Only past champions and board members of the Augusta National Golf Club are invited to this prestigious event.
Jack Nicklaus is The Masters' most successful champions, winning six Green Jackets between 1963 and 1986. The first non-American champion of The Masters was our very own Gary Player, who claimed glory in 1961.
The course at Augusta National Golf Club has been improved upon over the years to keep up with golfing trends worldwide. It is considered to be one of the best golf course on the planet.
The Masters Results
Have a look back at previous The Masters tournaments to help you make a decision on who is going to wear the Green Jacket this year.
The Masters Champions, Course & Score
Tiger Woods goes into The Masters 2020 as the defending champion. Woods is one of three players to have successfully defended their Green Jacket-triumph, along withJack Nicklaus and Nick Faldo. Can he do it for a second time?
The Masters Multiple Winners
The USA's Jack Nicklaus is The Masters' most successful champion with six titles to his name.
Tiger Woods is second on the list of multiple champions with five Green Jackets - and he will be hoping to draw level with Nicklaus in 2020.
Arnold Palmer has four triumphs to his name, while Jimmy Demaret, Sam Snead, Nick Faldo, Gary Player, and Phil Mickelson have all won the Major three times.
Horton Smith, Byron Nelson, Ben Hogan, Tom Watson, Seve Ballesteros, Bernhard Langer, Ben Crenshaw, José María Olazábal, and Bubba Watson are all two-time winners.
Who won The Masters in 2019?
Tiger Woods won The Masters in 2019. It was his first win at a Major since 2008 and his fifth The Masters title. Woods shot a 275 (-13), pipping Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, and Xander Schauffele, who all carded 276 (-12).
The Masters Leaderboard
Keep an eye on all tournaments leading up to The Masters to see which players are hitting form at the right time.
The Masters Field & Players
The world's best golfers descend upon Augusta to compete for The Masters every year.
While the majority of the top golfers in the world qualify automatically from their performances during the year building up to The Masters, The Masters Committee is also allowed to issue invitations to those off the circuit.
The final field for The Masters 2020 will be announced in the week building up to the 2020 edition.
The Masters 2020 Betting Odds
Bookmakers in South Africa will have the odds available for The Masters in enough time to make an informed decision.
The odds on a winner almost always offer great value for punters, but it is important to take not of some factors when betting on The Masters.
Just three players have defended their The Masters title - Jack Nicklaus, Nick Faldo, and Tiger Woods. Therefore, going with the previous year's winner is more often than not a poor decision.
Golfers who can go big from the tee have an advantage on Augusta's par five holes. This has been proven over the years, with winners often dominating the par fives.
Right-handed golfers who have the ability to draw their shots off the tee have a big advantage, as many of the Augusta fairways have natural doglegs from right to left.
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The Masters Highlights
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The Masters News
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