Triple US Open champion Tiger Woods hasn't won a major since 2008 but his Sawgrass win sent out a big warning.
Won the US Open in sensational style in 2011 but yet to win in 2013 after a difficult first half of the year.
The mercurial left-hander already is a five-time runner-up in the US Open. Is this the year he finally wins?
Disappointed when in great position to win The Masters but an impressive US Open record suggests he'll be in the mix again.
He's been the first round leader at The Masters three times and now looks ready to be a Green Jacket winner.
Already a Masters winner, the South African has a game and mindset which is ideal for the majors.
The Englishman has won some big events in recent years but still can't get it done in the majors.
A sharper short game could hold the key to Westwood finally getting over the line and winning his first major.
Had the thrill of a final-round albatross in last year's Masters before being edged out in a play-off.
Produced one the great Masters moments to win a play-off and secure victory at Augusta in 2012.
The Aussie star was so close to victory in the 2011 Masters and even closer in the 2012 Open.
The big-hitting American has gone close in the three other majors but hasn't yet contended at Augusta.
Sergio has gone close in numerous majors but he's managed just two top 10s in 14 starts at Augusta.
Never worse than 33rd in eight Masters, the Englishman finished seventh at Augusta last year.
Kuchar was tied for the lead with three holes to play in last year's Masters before finishing third.
Stricker may have cut back on his schedule but he remains one of the top players in the game
The Ulsterman has a mixed record at Augusta but last year's 12th place kick-started a strong year in the majors.
One of the bright young things of American golf, Fowler looks a good fit for Augusta National.
The US Open champion will be making just his second appearance at Augusta National.
Won his first major in 11 years at Royal Lytham last July but still a Green Jacket eludes him.