25. Phil Mickelson
Lefty will again try to prove he still can be competitive in a major tournament environment. Mickelson’s a three-time Masters winner, but has not finished better than a tie for 18th in his last four trips to Augusta. Not to mention, his last top-10 at any major came in 2016. Mickelson could be a sentimental favorite, but a longshot nonetheless.
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