7. Tiger Woods (12/1)
Tiger Woods is the story headling the 2018 Masters, but has he made enough progress in the last two months to warrant himself as one of the 10 most likely to win this week? It’s hard to argue with the form he brings to Augusta — 12th at Honda, T2 at Valspar and T5 at Bay Hill — and there’s the little fact that he’s won around Augusta four times and has 9 (!) other top-10 finishes. This will be Woods’ first start in the Masters since 2015 when he finished T17.