Visit SportsLine to see the projected leaderboard, all from the model that has nailed six golf majors and called Patrick reed's big win two years ago. It hurts to write, because he’s one of the best guys out here and the whole world seems to be rooting for the comeback. Coming off his first major championship, DeChambeau posted a top-10 finish at the Shriners last month in a tune-up for this week. Masters week 2020 is finally here. MORE MASTERS 2020 PREVIEW CONTENT FROM GOLF DIGEST: • Masters 101—Everything you need to know about the major • How to watch the Masters on TV and streaming online • Ranking every golfer in the Masters field • Our 13 best bets to win the 2020 Masters • 50 defining moments in Masters history, ranked • Never say never—An oral history of Tiger's dramatic 2019 Masters victory • How Tiger Woods plays every hole at Augusta National • Can Bryson break Augusta? We’ve been doing this no-fan thing for about five months now, and the general consensus seems to be that the absence of fans impacts golf broadcasts less than other sports. READ, + He's back: Tiger gets first Masters win since 2005. The 2020 Masters will take place the week of November 9, which means we’re a month away from the final round. More cut talk! Koepka at 16-1 behind six other golfers is great value. But he finished T-7 last week in Houston and has looked terrific in practice rounds thus far. 1 has the length to compete here, he putts fast greens extremely well and he has a sneaky great history at Augusta, with three top-three finishes including a T-5 last year. He’s never finished worse than his T-21 here last year, and he has four top-three finishes in just six starts, so maybe simply being on the grounds will jolt his game into gear. Since that romp at Winged Foot, fans and media have wondered how he will play Augusta National. There are six in the field this week: Andy Ogletree, John Augenstein, Lukas Michel, James Sugrue, Yuxin Lin and Abel Gallegos. You at home won’t miss the fans that much. It won’t make that big a difference. The 2020 Masters Tournament is the 84th edition of the Masters Tournament and was originally scheduled as the first of golf's four major championships to be held in 2020. Plus, Masters broadcasts are famously soothing—Masters naps are a thing, at least among the casual golf fan crowd. I don’t think we’ll see someone at, say, 12 under through two rounds, but I think there will be a bunch of guys bunched in the two- to five-under-par range. RELATED: Bryson DeChambeau is tearing the Augusta National driving range to pieces, 6. Some interesting lines here, but a few stand out. I had Day at No. Odds via William Hill Sportsbook. Yes, he’ll have short irons (or even wedge) into some par 5s. Jan 2, 2020. CBS Sports is a registered trademark of CBS Broadcasting Inc. is a registered trademark of CBS Interactive Inc. site: media | arena: golf | pageType: stories | This is actually bolder than you may think—the last year no amateurs made the weekend at Augusta National was 2015. Maybe withdrawing from the U.S. Open because of injury is a concern in that those ailments may still be lingering, but he is one of the most gifted golfers in the world and getting that value is notable.