Merseyside golfer Tommy Fleetwood begins his bid to win the 2020 Masters tomorrow.
A field of around 90 best golfers in the world will battle for the green jacket at Augusta National Golf Club where it is being held for the 84th time – but for the first time in Autumn.
Southport’s Fleetwood will have his eyes on his first ever major victory and is hoping he can get back to his best form after a disrupted season.
He will hope to improve on past performances at Augusta, with his best finish being 17th in 2018.
That year he finished four under par overall which included a brilliant score of 66 on the last day on the 72 par course.
Fleetwood is currently 40-1 to win the Masters outright on Sky Bet, this is a good price for the world number 16.
On Thursday and Friday, Fleetwood is in Group 22 where he will tee off alongside two-time Masters Champions Bubba Watson and 21-year-old US prodigy Matthew Wolff.
The group could suit Fleetwood well as it is filled with a mixture of experience, youth, and a lot of talent.
The group will tee off tomorrow (Thursday) around 4.27pm UK time.
Augusta National is one of the toughest courses to take on in the world and this makes it the most unpredictable.