Masters contenders rated by our pro
Tour professional Jamie Spence gives his tips and pointers on some of the big names in the field for this week's US Masters at Augusta.
As a former Top 10 European Order of Merit professional, Jamie Spence knows a thing or two about the game, and the players taking part.
In our exclusive US Masters audio preview he lets us know how he rates the chances of some of the bigger names that will be lining up at the first tee tomorrow morning on the famous first tee at Augusta National golf club.
The interview is split into three soundclips of two minutes or so which you can launch from the William Hill Radio player or download to your PC.
Clip one: Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Padraig Harrington, Geoff Ogilvy.
Listen now to find out which of these four stars Jamie thinks will shine and which pair he feels the Augusta course simply won't suit over the next four days.
Clip two: Sergio Garcia, Retief Goosen, Rory McIlroy, Paul Casey
Jamie writes off the chances of one this foursome who he feels hasn't improved since their fourth place at Augusta in 2004. He has very high hopes for the others and, although feels a win on his Masters debut might be beyond him, Jamie wouldn't be surprised to see young Rory McIlroy wearing a green jacket on Sunday.
Clip three: Ernie Els, Henrik Stenson, Lee Westwood and the best of the rest
Jamie's 40/1 value bet for the tournament is featured, a player he feels has the hunger and the long game to make an impact in just his fourth Masters. While he reveals some more contenders in the field he also dismisses some big names.