With the PGA Golf Championship ending and Brooks Koepka as the 2018 PGA Champion, it’s hard for fellow golf fans not to start chatting about the 2019 Masters Golf Tournament right around the corner! It is never too early to start anticipating this prestigious golf majors tournament as Tiger Woods looks to continues to climb back to the top of the leaderboards on a consistent basis. The Masters Tournament began in 1934 and since then there have only been 3 golfers to win the tournament in two consecutive years. The first golfer to accomplish this phenomenon was Jack Nicklaus in 1965-66. Since then, Nick Faldo in 1989-90 and none other than Tiger Woods in 2001-02. Statistically, that means that last years Masters Champion, Patrick Reed, has a 3% chance of winning the 2019 Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, Georgia. The 83rd edition of the Masters Tournament will be held April 11-14, 2019 at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia.
There are many questions to be asked when looking at the favorites for the 2019 Masters Tournament. A lot of golf fans seem to be favoring the 2015 Masters Champion, Jordan Spieth, for this upcoming years Masters tournament, even after finishing 12th in August’s 100th PGA Championship at the Bellerive Country Club, St. Louis, MO in August. Other leading favorites for the 2019 Masters include big name guys such as Northern Ireland Native- Rory Mcllroy, Justin Thomas- 2017 PGA Champion and Player of the Year and of course one of the greatest golfers of all time, Tiger Woods. What are the chances PGA tour champion Brooks Koepka ends up on top once again?