Golf Masters-THU1129

ON THIS POST:

  • 2019 Masters qualifiers

    -- Available odds to win

  • Size of Masters fields

  • Notable mumbers

  • Official World Rankings

  • Phil Mickelson’s rankings streak


66

Number of qualifiers

for 83rd Masters through end

of fall PGA Tour season


86

Field for 2018 Masters,

smallest since 1997


13

Players who could be added

in next 5 weeks as anyone in top 50 in year-end rankings qualifies


2019 MASTERS FIELD
April 11-14, Augusta, Ga.
Available odds; Sportsbook ag
GOLFER ODDS
Devon Bling (a) --
Keegan Bradley --
Angel Cabrera 500/1
Patrick Cantlay 55/1
Paul Casey 35/1
Stewart Cink --
Fred Couples 500/1
Jason Day 22/1
Bryson DeChambeau 25/1
Tony Finau 40/1
Tommy Fleetwood 30/1
Rickie Fowler 18/1
Sergio Garcia 40/1
Charley Hoffman 100/1
Billy Horschel --
Victor Hovland (a) --
Charles Howell III --
Trevor Immelman --
Dustin Johnson 12/1
Zach Johnson 125/1
Takumi Kanaya (a) --
Martin Kaymer 150/1
Michael Kim --
Si Woo Kim --
Kevin Kisner 125/1
Patton Kizzire --
Satoshi Kodaira --
Brooks Koepka 12/1
Matt Kuchar 50/1
Andrew Landry --
Bernhard Langer 500/1
Marc Leishman 50/1
Sandy Lyle --
Hideki Matsuyama 40/1
Rory McIlroy 12/1
Phil Mickelson 40/1
Larry Mize --
Francesco Molinari 33/1
Kevin Na --
Kevin O’Connell (a) --
Jose Maria Olazabal --
Louis Oosthuizen 66/1
Jon Rahm 18/1
Jovan Rebula (a) --
Patrick Reed 28/1
Justin Rose 15/1
Xander Schauffele 66/1
Charl Schwartzel 125/1
Adam Scott 55/1
Webb Simpson 100/1
Vijay Singh 500/1
Cameron Smith 66/1
Brandt Snedeker 100/1
Jordan Spieth 9/1
Kyle Stanley --
Henrik Stenson 50/1
Justin Thomas 12/1
Kevin Tway --
Jimmy Walker 150/1
Bubba Watson 25/1
Mike Weir --
Danny Willett 65/1
Aaron Wise --
Gary Woodland 125/1
Tiger Woods 9/1
Ian Woosnam --

20

Different ways for players

to qualify under the

Masters’ invitation policy

4

Ways remaining for player

to gain entry to 2019 field

1: Win Latin America Amateur Championship

2: Win PGA Tour event prior to Masters

3: Be in top 50 of World Ranking week prior to Masters

4. Get special invitations from Augusta National


3

Times Masters field has topped

100, but not since 1966

109: 1962

103: 1966

101: 1957

10

Times the field has had

under 80 players, last

time was 77 in 1985

SIZE OF MASTERS FIELD
1997-2018
U.S.-U.S. pros; INT-international
MC-missed cut; AM-amateurs
YR NO MC U.S. INT AM
1997 86 46 57 25 4
1998 88 46 56 27 5
1999 96 56 63 26 6
2000 95 57 57 33 5
2001 93 47 52 36 5
2002 89 45 48 36 5
2003 93 49 50 38 5
2004 93 44 48 40 5
2005 93 50 46 43 4
2006 90 47 44 41 5
2007 97 60 43 49 5
2008 94 45 43 48 3
2009 96 50 38 53 5
2010 96 48 41 49 6
2011 99 49 42 51 6
2012 95 63 41 48 6
2013 94 61 40 48 6
2014 97 51 42 49 6
2015 97 55 43 47 7
2016 89 57 37 46 6
2017 93 53 39 49 3
2018 86 34 36 44 6

6

Players ranked No. 51-60

in current World Rankings

seeking spot in Masters

5

Tournaments worldwide

remaining before final

rankings of calendar year

WORLD RANKINGS
Players in bold in 2019 Masters field
RK GOLFER TRN PTS
1 Brooks Koepka 44 445.06
2 Justin Rose 48 475.49
3 Dustin Johnson 44 395.94
4 Justin Thomas 47 413.07
5 Bryson DeChambeau 52 376.57
6 Francesco Molinari 50 324.99
7 Rory McIlroy 43 279.25
8 Jon Rahm 49 307.03
9 Rickie Fowler 46 267.89
10 Tommy Fleetwood 52 301.41
11 Jason Day 41 237.13
12 Xander Schauffele 52 296.46
13 Tiger Woods 40 221.13
14 Tony Finau 52 277.11
15 Patrick Reed 52 272.51
16 Jordan Spieth 49 252.46
17 Bubba Watson 45 221.16
18 Alex Noren 47 218.65
19 Webb Simpson 52 241.81
20 Patrick Cantlay 40 183.57
21 Marc Leishman 52 232.84
22 Paul Casey 47 204.86
23 Sergio Garcia 47 190.72
24 Tyrrell Hatton 50 200.93
25 Hideki Matsuyama 49 191.92
26 Rafa Cabrera Bello 52 195.79
27 Phil Mickelson 47 168.51
28 Henrik Stenson 41 146.63
29 Keegan Bradley 52 183.04
30 Matt Kuchar 52 182.16
31 Kyle Stanley 52 181.88
32 Gary Woodland 52 178.92
33 Cameron Smith 52 174.46
34 Kevin Kisner 51 163.50
35 Louis Oosthuizen 42 133.36
36 Billy Horschel 52 163.76
37 Kiradech Aphibarnrat 52 162.56
38 Eddie Pepperell 47 146.19
39 Ian Poulter 52 157.80
40 Matthew Fitzpatrick 52 156.09
41 Adam Scott 42 123.03
42 HaoTong Li 52 151.42
43 Thorbjørn Olesen 50 143.12
44 Matt Wallace 52 138.67
45 Kevin Na 52 136.62
46 Emiliano Grillo 52 134.58
47 Lucas Bjerregaard 52 134.34
48 Branden Grace 52 130.33
49 Brandt Snedeker 45 112.38
50 Aaron Wise 48 119.79
51 Brian Harman 52 129.72
52 Byeong Hun An 52 129.62
53 Charley Hoffman 52 126.42
54 Satoshi Kodaira 52 119.61
55 Daniel Berger 46 104.51
56 Luke List 52 117.34
57 Shugo Imahira 52 115.86
58 Charles Howell III 50 110.61
59 Si Woo Kim 52 114.83
60 Abraham Ancer 52 114.32
61 Pat Perez 52 114.24
62 Chez Reavie 52 111.59
63 Alexander Björk 52 111.55
64 Lee Westwood 46 97.90
65 Chesson Hadley 52 110.58
66 Zach Johnson 49 103.96
67 Adam Hadwin 52 108.65
68 Russell Knox 52 108.07
69 Adrian Otaegui 52 107.62
70 Thomas Pieters 49 99.83
71 Kevin Chappell 51 103.78
72 Ross Fisher 50 101.69
73 Andrew Putnam 51 101.43
74 Shane Lowry 52 101.42
75 Shaun Norris 52 99.90

25

Wednesday marked 25 years

since Phil Mickelson entered

top 50 in world rankings

1,305

Consecutive weeks Mickelson

has been ranked in top 50

0

Times in those 25 years

Mickelson has been No. 1


Source: pgatour.com; masters.com; Associated Press