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Capsules of top Masters contenders
World ranking: 9.
Best Masters moment: Playing the course for the first time at age 12.
Worst Masters moment: Blowing a 4-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole as a 12-year-old for a chance to break 80.
Forecaddie: He nearly won the PGA Tour money title last year with two wins and contending on a regular basis. He does a good job thinking his way around the course and relying on his putter. For a Masters rookie, expectations are high.
Country: United States.
World ranking: 20.
Majors: PGA Championship (2011).
Best Masters moment: Earning a spot in the field by winning his first major.
Worst Masters moment: Getting the short end of a money game against Phil Mickelson in a practice round at Augusta.
By David Keene
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