I like Jordan Spieth. There’s a lot to say about confidence heading into a Major, particularly at Augusta where you already know the shots to hit. There’s less “surprising” shots and sightlines when you’ve played 30-40 rounds on the course already. Spieth also has a tremendous career record at The Masters, and the return to an April date with fast and firm conditions will likely even out the field versus the longest hitters. It’s a chipping and putting contest around those greens, and Jordan had 44 one putts and chip-ins at Valero last week.