The 2023 Masters will take place at Augusta National from April 6-9 as the first major of the season.
The 2023 Masters will be the 87th edition of the major with Scottie Scheffler the defending champion having won his first Augusta title in 2022.
Scheffler got his hands of the green jacket for the first time with a dominant victory at Augusta in 2022, a win that saw him cement his place as the world number one.
Where is the 2023 Masters taking place?
The Masters will continue to take place at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia. It remains the only one of golf’s majors not to rotate between venues.
Who is the reigning Masters champion?
Scottie Scheffler claimed his first major title when winning the 2022 Masters by three shots in April.
Opening rounds of a three-under par 69 and five-under par 67 saw Scheffler lead by five shots at the halfway stage at Augusta.
A one-under par third round saw Scheffler hold a three-shot lead over Cameron Smith heading into the final day.
A final round 71, a one-under par total which featured a closing double bogey, was enough to see Scheffler triumph by three shots from Rory McIlroy, who carded a final round 64.
Who is the favourite for the 2022 Masters?
Defending Masters champion Scottie Scheffler, Rory McIlroy, Cameron Smith, Collin Morikawa, Dustin Johnson, Jordan Spieth and Jon Rahm are all among the leaders in the early betting markets.
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