Tyrrell Hatton Masters Odds: Can any English player win at Augusta National?
The 2023 Masters takes place between April 6-9, with a number of English players lining up at Augusta National and hoping to get their hands on the sacred Green Jacket, although it could be a tall order based on the US Masters betting.
This is a tournament which has been dominated by US golfers in recent years, with players from America winning four of the previous five renewals.
Although there was an English winner of the competition as recently as 2016, when Danny Willett was able to pull off an unlikely success when triumphing by three strokes.
As a previous winner, Willett will be back to compete in Georgia, although there are other English players who stand a better chance of success and that includes Tyrrell Hatton who gets into the Masters on account of being in the top 50 when it comes to the Official World Golf Rankings for 2022.
Tyrrell Hatton has previously performed well in the Masters, tying in 18th place two years ago and the 31-year-old also made the cut last year before finishing in 52nd place.
Indeed, he has made the cut in four of the past five renewals and that will provide encouragement that he can feature at the business end of the competition.
Betting sites certainly respect Hatton’s chances when it comes to performing well at Augusta National and this is a player who is now into double figures when it comes to professional wins, with six of these coming on the European Tour.
However, it’s now been over two years since the High Wycombe-born golfer has claimed a success, with that coming in the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship in January 2021.
On the flip side, there was everything to like about the way that Hatton performed when finishing second in the recent Players’ Championship.
Although Hatton finished five strokes behind eventual champion Scottie Scheffler, his third and fourth round scores of 68 and 65 demonstrate that he’s in the sort of form to be in contention come the final day.
Could Fitzpatrick Land Second Major at Augusta National?
Hatton is not the only Englishman in the field and perhaps Matthew Fitzpatrick can follow up that magnificent win at Brookline by securing a second major success.
The Yorkshireman was able to claim the 2022 US Open title after hitting the top of the leaderboard by the end of the third round before edging out a win on the final day.
Fitzpatrick’s best Masters finish occurred seven years ago when he was tied seventh in the 2016 tournament and he is a 40/1 shot with golf betting sites to win this year's renewal.
He was tied 14th a year ago at Augusta and that appearance was the seventh consecutive time that the Sheffield-born player was able to make the cut.
Rose could Bloom at Augusta again
It’s always nice to have the monkey off your back as far as a major victory is concerned, with Justin Rose someone else who can boast that claim, with the 42-year-old another US Open champion as he triumphed in 2013.
Rose has come close in the Masters on a couple of occasions, finishing outright second in 2015 before tying for second place two years later, so he certainly knows what level is required to be competing for the Green Jacket on the final day of proceedings.
His last professional win came as recently as early February in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and Rose finished seventh in the 2021 Masters, although he was unable to make the cut last year and perhaps his best chance of success is behind him.
Don't Forget about Fleetwood
Then there is Tommy Fleetwood, who is a 60/1 chance with betting apps.
The 32-year-old still has time on his side when it comes to landing a major title and we shouldn’t forget that he has posted second-placed finishes in the US Open (2018) and Open Championship (2019).
Having been tied 14th in the 2022 Masters and he made the cut in the past five renewals, he can’t be easily discounted.
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