Louis Oosthuizen has been paired along with Bryson DeChambeau and Jon Rahm in one of the featured groups for the opening two rounds of the 2020 Masters.
All eyes will be on DeChambeau to see if he is capable of tackling the challenging Augusta National course, while Rahm, who celebrated his 26th birthday on Tuesday, goes in search of his maiden Major crown.
Oosthuizen will once again be out to go one step further than in 2012 when he lost to Bubba Watson in a dramatic playoff in Georgia. A second Major title will be a welcome victory for the South African.
World No 1 Dustin Johnson will battle Rory McIlory and Patrick Cantlay in another exciting group for Thursday and Friday’s action, while Justin Thomas, Matthew Fitzpatrick and Brooks Koepka will go head to head.
Defending champion Tiger Woods will go in search of staggering sixth Green Jacket when he tees of next to Shane Lowry and Andy Ogletree on Thursday, with 2015 winner Jordan Spieth paired in a group with Gary Woodland and England’s Ian Poulter.
Bubba Watson will face the exciting duo of Matthew Wolff and Tommy Fleetwood for the first two rounds of the event in the final big group.
Other South African pairings:
- Charl Schwartzel, Abel Gallegos (Argentina), Jason Day (Australia)
- Erik van Rooyen, Sung Kang (South Korea)
- Justin Harding, Shugo Imahira (Japan), Nick Taylor (Canada)
- Christiaan Bezuidenhout, Bernhard Langer (Germany), JT Poston (USA)
- Dylan Fritteli, Fred Couples (USA), Max Homa (USA).