Titleist Pro V1x loyalist Bubba Watson wins The Masters for the 2nd time in 3 years
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The LVH Hotel & Casino first began taking bets on players to win the 2014 Masters last August, shortly after Jason Dufner holed the final putt at the PGA Championship.
With Tiger Woods missing the Masters for the first time since 1994, the top spot in the world rankings is officially up for grabs.
Matt Jones earned his first PGA Tour win Sunday at the Shell Houston Open and gained the final berth in this week's Masters field. He also rose from 90th to 41st in the latest world rankings.
After three rounds at the season's first major, two of the biggest American names in the women's game sit atop the leaderboard.
Matt Kuchar let one slip through his fingers last week in San Antonio, but he's once again in position to grab the trophy this week at the Shell Houston Open.
Matt Kuchar began the day one shot behind Sergio Garcia at the Shell Houston Open, but that deficit was quickly reversed.
Lexi Thompson is in search of her first major title, but she put herself in position halfway through the Kraft Nabisco Championship after a sizzling 64.
Low scores remained the name of the game in Houston, where Sergio Garcia rode a hot putter to one of the lowest rounds of the week.
The season's first major is officially underway, as Shanshan Feng holds the early lead at the Kraft Nabisco Championship.
Low scores were plentiful Thursday in the Lone Star State, as more than half the field broke par in the opening round of the Shell Houston Open.
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