Masters heat index: Who to pick at Augusta National?


Looking for a player to pick in your office pool? One strategy is to consider players who have had the most success in the months leading up to this week’s Masters Tournament.

The entire Masters field is broken down below according to the Golfweek/Sagarins and the Official World Golf Ranking. The left column, or the “heat index,” is a player’s ranking based on his play the past four months. That can help you pick a player who is trending.

So far in the 2020-21 Tour season, the average ranking of the winner heading into the week in which he won a PGA Tour event has been 92.7 in the Golfweek/Sagarins and 100.0 in the OWGR.

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Player Heat Index GW/Sagarin OWGR
 Paul Casey 1 17 18
 Jon Rahm 2 1 3
 Joaquin Niemann 3 13 26
 Jordan Spieth 4 43 38
 Tony Finau 5 8 13
 Max Homa 6 63 37
 Patrick Cantlay 7 6 10
 Daniel Berger 9 4 15
 Will Zalatoris 11 10 46
 Matt Jones 12 36 55
 Zach Johnson 13 12 107
 Ryan Palmer 14 26 27
 Corey Conners 15 30 43
 Viktor Hovland 16 5 14
 Brian Harman 17 18 19
 Bryson DeChambeau 18 7 5
 Xander Schauffele 19 3 6
 Dustin Johnson 20 2 1
 Sergio Garcia 21 34 40
 Sungjae Im 22 24 19
 Adam Scott 23 15 32
 Webb Simpson 25 11 9
 Matt Fitzpatrick 26 27 16
 Christiaan Bezuidenhout 28 49 35
 Cameron Smith 29 29 30
 Tyrrell Hatton 32 22 8
 Collin Morikawa 33 31 4
 Tommy Fleetwood 34 38 24
 Brendon Todd 35 53 56
 Jason Kokrak 36 41 33
 Billy Horschel 37 37 17
 Matthew Wolff 38 35 23
 Lanto Griffin 40 54 57
 Kevin Kisner 42 48 36
 Scottie Scheffler 43 33 22
 Abraham Ancer 44 20 31
 Justin Thomas 45 9 2
 Louis Oosthuizen 47 21 28
 Michael Thompson 48 76 105
 Rory McIlroy 49 16 12
 Jason Day 50 64 52
 Patrick Reed 51 19 7
 Kevin Na 53 44 34
 Robert MacIntyre 55 61 45
 Carlos Ortiz 56 86 47
 Victor Perez 61 133 29
 Harris English 68 23 21
 Francesco Molinari 69 98 108
 Bernd Wiesberger 71 72 54
 Lee Westwood 79 74 20
 Hideki Matsuyama 80 39 25
 Si Woo Kim 84 47 49
 Shane Lowry 88 87 44
 Brooks Koepka 89 51 11
 Marc Leishman 95 153 39
 Danny Willett 96 172 77
 Mackenzie Hughes 100 45 51
 Matt Kuchar 112 89 42
 Phil Mickelson 115 122 115
 Justin Rose 118 97 41
 Matt Wallace 125 99 48
 Stewart Cink 147 93 149
 Bubba Watson 152 83 58
 Dylan Frittelli 154 108 68
 Charl Schwartzel 155 157 211
 Robert Streb 156 260 110
 Ian Poulter 157 73 64
 Martin Laird 159 144 100
 Sebastián Muñoz 173 101 63
 Gary Woodland 175 127 53
 C.T. Pan 185 120 155
 Brian Gay 189 292 209
 Jim Herman 219 237 132
 Hudson Swafford 281 347 175
 Jimmy Walker 299 405 528
 Cameron Champ 310 190 86
 Henrik Stenson 343 419 117
 Vijay Singh N/R 483 1507
 Fred Couples N/R N/R 1834
 Bernhard Langer N/R N/R 739
 Joe Long N/R N/R 1834
 Sandy Lyle N/R N/R 1834
 Larry Mize N/R N/R 1834
 José María Olazábal N/R N/R 1834
 Ollie Osborne N/R N/R 1834
 Tyler Strafaci N/R N/R N/R
 Mike Weir N/R N/R 808
 Ian Woosnam N/R N/R 1834


Looking for a player to pick in your office pool? One strategy is to consider players who have had the most success in the months leading up to this week’s Masters Tournament.

The entire Masters field is broken down below according to the Golfweek/Sagarins and the Official World Golf Ranking. The left column, or the “heat index,” is a player’s ranking based on his play the past four months. That can help you pick a player who is trending.

So far in the 2020-21 Tour season, the average ranking of the winner heading into the week in which he won a PGA Tour event has been 92.7 in the Golfweek/Sagarins and 100.0 in the OWGR.

Masters: How to watch | How to bet

Player Heat Index GW/Sagarin OWGR
 Paul Casey 1 17 18
 Jon Rahm 2 1 3
 Joaquin Niemann 3 13 26
 Jordan Spieth 4 43 38
 Tony Finau 5 8 13
 Max Homa 6 63 37
 Patrick Cantlay 7 6 10
 Daniel Berger 9 4 15
 Will Zalatoris 11 10 46
 Matt Jones 12 36 55
 Zach Johnson 13 12 107
 Ryan Palmer 14 26 27
 Corey Conners 15 30 43
 Viktor Hovland 16 5 14
 Brian Harman 17 18 19
 Bryson DeChambeau 18 7 5
 Xander Schauffele 19 3 6
 Dustin Johnson 20 2 1
 Sergio Garcia 21 34 40
 Sungjae Im 22 24 19
 Adam Scott 23 15 32
 Webb Simpson 25 11 9
 Matt Fitzpatrick 26 27 16
 Christiaan Bezuidenhout 28 49 35
 Cameron Smith 29 29 30
 Tyrrell Hatton 32 22 8
 Collin Morikawa 33 31 4
 Tommy Fleetwood 34 38 24
 Brendon Todd 35 53 56
 Jason Kokrak 36 41 33
 Billy Horschel 37 37 17
 Matthew Wolff 38 35 23
 Lanto Griffin 40 54 57
 Kevin Kisner 42 48 36
 Scottie Scheffler 43 33 22
 Abraham Ancer 44 20 31
 Justin Thomas 45 9 2
 Louis Oosthuizen 47 21 28
 Michael Thompson 48 76 105
 Rory McIlroy 49 16 12
 Jason Day 50 64 52
 Patrick Reed 51 19 7
 Kevin Na 53 44 34
 Robert MacIntyre 55 61 45
 Carlos Ortiz 56 86 47
 Victor Perez 61 133 29
 Harris English 68 23 21
 Francesco Molinari 69 98 108
 Bernd Wiesberger 71 72 54
 Lee Westwood 79 74 20
 Hideki Matsuyama 80 39 25
 Si Woo Kim 84 47 49
 Shane Lowry 88 87 44
 Brooks Koepka 89 51 11
 Marc Leishman 95 153 39
 Danny Willett 96 172 77
 Mackenzie Hughes 100 45 51
 Matt Kuchar 112 89 42
 Phil Mickelson 115 122 115
 Justin Rose 118 97 41
 Matt Wallace 125 99 48
 Stewart Cink 147 93 149
 Bubba Watson 152 83 58
 Dylan Frittelli 154 108 68
 Charl Schwartzel 155 157 211
 Robert Streb 156 260 110
 Ian Poulter 157 73 64
 Martin Laird 159 144 100
 Sebastián Muñoz 173 101 63
 Gary Woodland 175 127 53
 C.T. Pan 185 120 155
 Brian Gay 189 292 209
 Jim Herman 219 237 132
 Hudson Swafford 281 347 175
 Jimmy Walker 299 405 528
 Cameron Champ 310 190 86
 Henrik Stenson 343 419 117
 Vijay Singh N/R 483 1507
 Fred Couples N/R N/R 1834
 Bernhard Langer N/R N/R 739
 Joe Long N/R N/R 1834
 Sandy Lyle N/R N/R 1834
 Larry Mize N/R N/R 1834
 José María Olazábal N/R N/R 1834
 Ollie Osborne N/R N/R 1834
 Tyler Strafaci N/R N/R N/R
 Mike Weir N/R N/R 808
 Ian Woosnam N/R N/R 1834


Looking for a player to pick in your office pool? One strategy is to consider players who have had the most success in the months leading up to this week’s Masters Tournament.

The entire Masters field is broken down below according to the Golfweek/Sagarins and the Official World Golf Ranking. The left column, or the “heat index,” is a player’s ranking based on his play the past four months. That can help you pick a player who is trending.

So far in the 2020-21 Tour season, the average ranking of the winner heading into the week in which he won a PGA Tour event has been 92.7 in the Golfweek/Sagarins and 100.0 in the OWGR.

Masters: How to watch | How to bet

Player Heat Index GW/Sagarin OWGR
 Paul Casey 1 17 18
 Jon Rahm 2 1 3
 Joaquin Niemann 3 13 26
 Jordan Spieth 4 43 38
 Tony Finau 5 8 13
 Max Homa 6 63 37
 Patrick Cantlay 7 6 10
 Daniel Berger 9 4 15
 Will Zalatoris 11 10 46
 Matt Jones 12 36 55
 Zach Johnson 13 12 107
 Ryan Palmer 14 26 27
 Corey Conners 15 30 43
 Viktor Hovland 16 5 14
 Brian Harman 17 18 19
 Bryson DeChambeau 18 7 5
 Xander Schauffele 19 3 6
 Dustin Johnson 20 2 1
 Sergio Garcia 21 34 40
 Sungjae Im 22 24 19
 Adam Scott 23 15 32
 Webb Simpson 25 11 9
 Matt Fitzpatrick 26 27 16
 Christiaan Bezuidenhout 28 49 35
 Cameron Smith 29 29 30
 Tyrrell Hatton 32 22 8
 Collin Morikawa 33 31 4
 Tommy Fleetwood 34 38 24
 Brendon Todd 35 53 56
 Jason Kokrak 36 41 33
 Billy Horschel 37 37 17
 Matthew Wolff 38 35 23
 Lanto Griffin 40 54 57
 Kevin Kisner 42 48 36
 Scottie Scheffler 43 33 22
 Abraham Ancer 44 20 31
 Justin Thomas 45 9 2
 Louis Oosthuizen 47 21 28
 Michael Thompson 48 76 105
 Rory McIlroy 49 16 12
 Jason Day 50 64 52
 Patrick Reed 51 19 7
 Kevin Na 53 44 34
 Robert MacIntyre 55 61 45
 Carlos Ortiz 56 86 47
 Victor Perez 61 133 29
 Harris English 68 23 21
 Francesco Molinari 69 98 108
 Bernd Wiesberger 71 72 54
 Lee Westwood 79 74 20
 Hideki Matsuyama 80 39 25
 Si Woo Kim 84 47 49
 Shane Lowry 88 87 44
 Brooks Koepka 89 51 11
 Marc Leishman 95 153 39
 Danny Willett 96 172 77
 Mackenzie Hughes 100 45 51
 Matt Kuchar 112 89 42
 Phil Mickelson 115 122 115
 Justin Rose 118 97 41
 Matt Wallace 125 99 48
 Stewart Cink 147 93 149
 Bubba Watson 152 83 58
 Dylan Frittelli 154 108 68
 Charl Schwartzel 155 157 211
 Robert Streb 156 260 110
 Ian Poulter 157 73 64
 Martin Laird 159 144 100
 Sebastián Muñoz 173 101 63
 Gary Woodland 175 127 53
 C.T. Pan 185 120 155
 Brian Gay 189 292 209
 Jim Herman 219 237 132
 Hudson Swafford 281 347 175
 Jimmy Walker 299 405 528
 Cameron Champ 310 190 86
 Henrik Stenson 343 419 117
 Vijay Singh N/R 483 1507
 Fred Couples N/R N/R 1834
 Bernhard Langer N/R N/R 739
 Joe Long N/R N/R 1834
 Sandy Lyle N/R N/R 1834
 Larry Mize N/R N/R 1834
 José María Olazábal N/R N/R 1834
 Ollie Osborne N/R N/R 1834
 Tyler Strafaci N/R N/R N/R
 Mike Weir N/R N/R 808
 Ian Woosnam N/R N/R 1834


Looking for a player to pick in your office pool? One strategy is to consider players who have had the most success in the months leading up to this week’s Masters Tournament.

The entire Masters field is broken down below according to the Golfweek/Sagarins and the Official World Golf Ranking. The left column, or the “heat index,” is a player’s ranking based on his play the past four months. That can help you pick a player who is trending.

So far in the 2020-21 Tour season, the average ranking of the winner heading into the week in which he won a PGA Tour event has been 92.7 in the Golfweek/Sagarins and 100.0 in the OWGR.

Masters: How to watch | How to bet

Player Heat Index GW/Sagarin OWGR
 Paul Casey 1 17 18
 Jon Rahm 2 1 3
 Joaquin Niemann 3 13 26
 Jordan Spieth 4 43 38
 Tony Finau 5 8 13
 Max Homa 6 63 37
 Patrick Cantlay 7 6 10
 Daniel Berger 9 4 15
 Will Zalatoris 11 10 46
 Matt Jones 12 36 55
 Zach Johnson 13 12 107
 Ryan Palmer 14 26 27
 Corey Conners 15 30 43
 Viktor Hovland 16 5 14
 Brian Harman 17 18 19
 Bryson DeChambeau 18 7 5
 Xander Schauffele 19 3 6
 Dustin Johnson 20 2 1
 Sergio Garcia 21 34 40
 Sungjae Im 22 24 19
 Adam Scott 23 15 32
 Webb Simpson 25 11 9
 Matt Fitzpatrick 26 27 16
 Christiaan Bezuidenhout 28 49 35
 Cameron Smith 29 29 30
 Tyrrell Hatton 32 22 8
 Collin Morikawa 33 31 4
 Tommy Fleetwood 34 38 24
 Brendon Todd 35 53 56
 Jason Kokrak 36 41 33
 Billy Horschel 37 37 17
 Matthew Wolff 38 35 23
 Lanto Griffin 40 54 57
 Kevin Kisner 42 48 36
 Scottie Scheffler 43 33 22
 Abraham Ancer 44 20 31
 Justin Thomas 45 9 2
 Louis Oosthuizen 47 21 28
 Michael Thompson 48 76 105
 Rory McIlroy 49 16 12
 Jason Day 50 64 52
 Patrick Reed 51 19 7
 Kevin Na 53 44 34
 Robert MacIntyre 55 61 45
 Carlos Ortiz 56 86 47
 Victor Perez 61 133 29
 Harris English 68 23 21
 Francesco Molinari 69 98 108
 Bernd Wiesberger 71 72 54
 Lee Westwood 79 74 20
 Hideki Matsuyama 80 39 25
 Si Woo Kim 84 47 49
 Shane Lowry 88 87 44
 Brooks Koepka 89 51 11
 Marc Leishman 95 153 39
 Danny Willett 96 172 77
 Mackenzie Hughes 100 45 51
 Matt Kuchar 112 89 42
 Phil Mickelson 115 122 115
 Justin Rose 118 97 41
 Matt Wallace 125 99 48
 Stewart Cink 147 93 149
 Bubba Watson 152 83 58
 Dylan Frittelli 154 108 68
 Charl Schwartzel 155 157 211
 Robert Streb 156 260 110
 Ian Poulter 157 73 64
 Martin Laird 159 144 100
 Sebastián Muñoz 173 101 63
 Gary Woodland 175 127 53
 C.T. Pan 185 120 155
 Brian Gay 189 292 209
 Jim Herman 219 237 132
 Hudson Swafford 281 347 175
 Jimmy Walker 299 405 528
 Cameron Champ 310 190 86
 Henrik Stenson 343 419 117
 Vijay Singh N/R 483 1507
 Fred Couples N/R N/R 1834
 Bernhard Langer N/R N/R 739
 Joe Long N/R N/R 1834
 Sandy Lyle N/R N/R 1834
 Larry Mize N/R N/R 1834
 José María Olazábal N/R N/R 1834
 Ollie Osborne N/R N/R 1834
 Tyler Strafaci N/R N/R N/R
 Mike Weir N/R N/R 808
 Ian Woosnam N/R N/R 1834


Looking for a player to pick in your office pool? One strategy is to consider players who have had the most success in the months leading up to this week’s Masters Tournament.

The entire Masters field is broken down below according to the Golfweek/Sagarins and the Official World Golf Ranking. The left column, or the “heat index,” is a player’s ranking based on his play the past four months. That can help you pick a player who is trending.

So far in the 2020-21 Tour season, the average ranking of the winner heading into the week in which he won a PGA Tour event has been 92.7 in the Golfweek/Sagarins and 100.0 in the OWGR.

Masters: How to watch | How to bet

Player Heat Index GW/Sagarin OWGR
 Paul Casey 1 17 18
 Jon Rahm 2 1 3
 Joaquin Niemann 3 13 26
 Jordan Spieth 4 43 38
 Tony Finau 5 8 13
 Max Homa 6 63 37
 Patrick Cantlay 7 6 10
 Daniel Berger 9 4 15
 Will Zalatoris 11 10 46
 Matt Jones 12 36 55
 Zach Johnson 13 12 107
 Ryan Palmer 14 26 27
 Corey Conners 15 30 43
 Viktor Hovland 16 5 14
 Brian Harman 17 18 19
 Bryson DeChambeau 18 7 5
 Xander Schauffele 19 3 6
 Dustin Johnson 20 2 1
 Sergio Garcia 21 34 40
 Sungjae Im 22 24 19
 Adam Scott 23 15 32
 Webb Simpson 25 11 9
 Matt Fitzpatrick 26 27 16
 Christiaan Bezuidenhout 28 49 35
 Cameron Smith 29 29 30
 Tyrrell Hatton 32 22 8
 Collin Morikawa 33 31 4
 Tommy Fleetwood 34 38 24
 Brendon Todd 35 53 56
 Jason Kokrak 36 41 33
 Billy Horschel 37 37 17
 Matthew Wolff 38 35 23
 Lanto Griffin 40 54 57
 Kevin Kisner 42 48 36
 Scottie Scheffler 43 33 22
 Abraham Ancer 44 20 31
 Justin Thomas 45 9 2
 Louis Oosthuizen 47 21 28
 Michael Thompson 48 76 105
 Rory McIlroy 49 16 12
 Jason Day 50 64 52
 Patrick Reed 51 19 7
 Kevin Na 53 44 34
 Robert MacIntyre 55 61 45
 Carlos Ortiz 56 86 47
 Victor Perez 61 133 29
 Harris English 68 23 21
 Francesco Molinari 69 98 108
 Bernd Wiesberger 71 72 54
 Lee Westwood 79 74 20
 Hideki Matsuyama 80 39 25
 Si Woo Kim 84 47 49
 Shane Lowry 88 87 44
 Brooks Koepka 89 51 11
 Marc Leishman 95 153 39
 Danny Willett 96 172 77
 Mackenzie Hughes 100 45 51
 Matt Kuchar 112 89 42
 Phil Mickelson 115 122 115
 Justin Rose 118 97 41
 Matt Wallace 125 99 48
 Stewart Cink 147 93 149
 Bubba Watson 152 83 58
 Dylan Frittelli 154 108 68
 Charl Schwartzel 155 157 211
 Robert Streb 156 260 110
 Ian Poulter 157 73 64
 Martin Laird 159 144 100
 Sebastián Muñoz 173 101 63
 Gary Woodland 175 127 53
 C.T. Pan 185 120 155
 Brian Gay 189 292 209
 Jim Herman 219 237 132
 Hudson Swafford 281 347 175
 Jimmy Walker 299 405 528
 Cameron Champ 310 190 86
 Henrik Stenson 343 419 117
 Vijay Singh N/R 483 1507
 Fred Couples N/R N/R 1834
 Bernhard Langer N/R N/R 739
 Joe Long N/R N/R 1834
 Sandy Lyle N/R N/R 1834
 Larry Mize N/R N/R 1834
 José María Olazábal N/R N/R 1834
 Ollie Osborne N/R N/R 1834
 Tyler Strafaci N/R N/R N/R
 Mike Weir N/R N/R 808
 Ian Woosnam N/R N/R 1834

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