Whose your favourite?
Tiger Woods is the bookies favourite, but Sergio Garcia, who a good few years ago now nearly beat the World No 1 for the PGA title, seems to be the media favourite.
Harry the Hat reports in his blog today that of the 14 media people approached for their likely winner, five chose Garcia, three opted for Geoff Ogilvy and only one each for Woods, Phil Mickelson, Trevor Immelman, the new Masters champion, and Paul, Casey.
The World No 3 Adam Scott didn’t get a mention and nor did World No 4 Ernie Els, a two-time winner of probably the major that has fewest multiple winners.
Harry the Hat likes Luke Donald best and Golf365 tipster Dave Tindall has singled out Stuart Appleby, but based on the results of the last few years.
Who do you think it will be? – and why.
Why not drop us a line and see how good you are at selecting winners.
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