The Masters is the one major that still eludes McIlroy, but it's only a matter of time before he crosses it off the list. Not only has he finished Top-10 at Augusta in three consecutive years, but he enters this year's tournament in quietly dominant form--after the winning the Tour Championship to end last season, he has finished Top-10 in all five 72-hole tournaments (not counting Match Play) he has played this season, and he has shown no ill effects since returning from a significant rib injury.
As always with Rory, it comes down to his putter. But with his absurdly good tee-to-green game, he really only needs to be average with the flatstick to win this thing. You can't really go wrong with any of McIlroy, Dustin Johnson or Jordan Spieth, but the former is ultimately cheaper and should have a lower ownership percentage. He gets the nod here, but you should have exposure to all three if you make multiple lineups. (Getty)