Held a four-shot lead going into the final round of the 2011 Masters but fell to 15th after a closing 80.
Won last year's Masters in a dramatic play-off against Angel Cabrera and now a threat in every major.
A three-time Masters winner and the owner of five majors after his Open victory in 2013.
The young Aussie has taken to majors like a duck to water and has already been second and third at Augusta.
The American bomber has had his chances at the majors but is still looking to land his first big one.
Joined the majors club after a brilliant victory in the 2013 US Open at Merion in Pennsylvania.
The unorthodox left-hander produced an iconic Augusta moment to win the 2012 Masters in a play-off.
Had a sensational second half of the season in 2013 and now in hot pursuit of a first major title.
Eighth and third in the last two Masters, Augusta looks a good bet to witness Kuchar's first major.
Famously conquered Augusta by laying up on every par five to win in 2007. Has made hot start to 2014.
The South African was a brilliant winner of the 2011 Masters and is now hunting a second major.
The Spaniard has had many near misses in majors but only has one top five in 14 Masters appearances.
Still carries the unwanted tag of one of the best players yet to have won a major.
Played in final group of 2013 Masters and top 20 in four of his last five starts at Augusta.
The Englishman has won some big events in recent years but still can't get it done in the majors.
The Northern Irishman has a strong record in the majors, highlighted by his 2010 US Open victory.
Has four top 10s in his last eight majors and has been a solid performer at Augusta.
The 2012 US Open champion has yet to make a mark on his two visits to Augusta National.
One of the bright young things of American golf, Fowler has made all three cuts at Augusta.
The four-time major winner has still to add The Masters to his long trophy list.