We are almost there. The Masters is finally upon us and soon we will see Hideki Matsuyama place the Green Jacket onto the shoulders of a new champion.
Other than Tiger Woods' return to golf, there are some other interesting story lines that could develop.
We could have a new World No.1 come Sunday evening as five players could topple Scottie Scheffler.
Jon Rahm, Collin Morikawa, Viktor Hovland, Patrick Cantlay, Cameron Smith could all take the top spot.
GolfMagic's Andy Roberts has already broken down our three best bets for the 86th Masters.
Justin Thomas, the stats say, is the man to beat. Statistically, Thomas is the best player in the world at present.
Thomas was his own harshest critic when he was asked about his performances in the majors.
"I have not even close to performed well in my entire career in majors," he said.
One of the things Thomas pointed to was the fact he felt he was perhaps trying harder in the majors compared to other events.
Why? He's not sure. But he's got experienced bag man Jim "Bones" Mackay with him this week. He surely should be a factor.
Elsewhere, we have selected Brooks Koepka. He's simpy someone too hard to ignore when it comes to majors.
Patrick Cantlay is our third and final pick. Quite simply, he's the best player in the world yet to taste major glory.
He's got four top-10 finishes in his last seven PGA Tour starts so his game is trending quite nicely.