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DUSTIN JOHNSON
The defending champion of the first major of the year has been a long-time member of Team TaylorMade and adidas all the way to No. 1 in the world. Johnson, a two-time major winner including last November in Georgia, has five top-15 finishes out of eight tournaments played.

JUSTIN THOMAS
The reigning Players Champion has trusted Titleist for his whole career – including as he ascended to No. 1 in the world. Now Thomas is looking to lean on his new Titleist TSi3 driver along with his trusty Scotty Cameron Phantom X to excel from tee to green, as he has improved every single time he has played the April major.

JUSTIN THOMAS
The reigning Players Champion has trusted Titleist for his whole career – including as he ascended to No. 1 in the world. Now Thomas is looking to lean on his new Titleist TSi3 driver along with his trusty Scotty Cameron Phantom X to excel from tee to green, as he has improved every single time he has played the April major.

JON RAHM
A five-time PGA Tour winner already, Jon Rahm is looking to join a long list of Spanish champions at the first major of the year. Rahm signed with Callaway Golf at the beginning of 2021, and he used Callaway and Odyssey through his time at Arizona State University when he won 11 times and got to be the No.1-ranked amateur in the world.

JON RAHM
A five-time PGA Tour winner already, Jon Rahm is looking to join a long list of Spanish champions at the first major of the year. Rahm signed with Callaway Golf at the beginning of 2021, and he used Callaway and Odyssey through his time at Arizona State University when he won 11 times and got to be the No.1-ranked amateur in the world.

COLLIN MORIKAWA
Collin Morikawa’s career is off to a can’t-miss start at just 24. Morikawa, last year’s PGA Champion, has been flushing his new TaylorMade irons and leads the Tour in Strokes Gained: Approach The Green. Morikawa has been outfitted by adidas since turning professional as well and we all know adidas pairs well with green, thanks to Dustin Johnson’s win in November.

BRYSON DECHAMBEAU
Perhaps the biggest story of last year’s major in Georgia was whether Bryson DeChambeau would be able to overpower the course after winning the U.S. Open. The same question is still true this spring. DeChambeau, a winner already this year and will look to continue his hot start at the first major of the year.

BRYSON DECHAMBEAU
Perhaps the biggest story of last year’s major in Georgia was whether Bryson DeChambeau would be able to overpower the course after winning the U.S. Open. The same question is still true this spring. DeChambeau, a winner already this year and will look to continue his hot start at the first major of the year.

XANDER SCHAUFFELE
Another golfer looking to breakthrough on a major championship stage is multi-time PGA Tour winner Xander Schauffele. Schauffele immediately bagged the new Callaway Epic Speed driver and has five top-5 finishes so far this season. The San Diego native has seven top-10 results at majors in his young career and emphasises California cool in his adidas threads.

RORY MCILROY
Rory McIlory tries to capture the first major of the year – the only one of golf’s big four that eludes him. McIlroy has had a unique relationship with the April major but has been roasting his new TaylorMade SIM2 driver to third on the PGA Tour in Strokes Gained: Off The Tee and is looking good doing it in head-to-toe Nike.

JORDAN SPIETH
After years of wondering where golf was going to take him next, Jordan Spieth seems to be rounding back into form, just in time for him to try to win the April major for the second time. Spieth has trusted Titleist his entire career, including the new Pro V1x.

COREY CONNERS
Corey Conners shot the lowest round of any Canadian in the history of the Masters in 2020 en route to a top-10 finish. That included roasting his PING driver and 3-wood on the par-5 8th en route to the first of two back-to-back birdies to close out his round. Conners has trusted PING his entire career and is one of the best ball strikers on the planet.

COREY CONNERS
Corey Conners shot the lowest round of any Canadian in the history of the Masters in 2020 en route to a top-10 finish. That included roasting his PING driver and 3-wood on the par-5 8th en route to the first of two back-to-back birdies to close out his round. Conners has trusted PING his entire career and is one of the best ball strikers on the planet.

MACKENZIE HUGHES
Mackenzie Hughes earned a spot at the first major of 2021 thanks to his finish on the FedEx Cup last year and gets to tee it up alongside best friend Corey Conners and childhood idol Mike Weir. Hughes has had three top-10 finishes this season, and, like Conners, has been a long-time PING staffer.

MACKENZIE HUGHES
Mackenzie Hughes earned a spot at the first major of 2021 thanks to his finish on the FedEx Cup last year and gets to tee it up alongside best friend Corey Conners and childhood idol Mike Weir. Hughes has had three top-10 finishes this season, and, like Conners, has been a long-time PING staffer.