“As good as our young talent is now, and as competitive and as many tournaments they win, I wouldn’t be surprised if someone comes here and wins for the first time,” said Jim Furyk, who will be playing in his 18th Masters.
"To win and vault to No. 1 and basically be cemented in one of those top three spots for sure is a bonus," said Furyk, who won earlier this year at Hilton Head and the Transitions Championship. "It's a big head start to be seeded well. But first and foremost it would be great to have a three-win season. I've never done it."