- The 85th Masters gets underway at Augusta National Golf Club from Thursday.
- World number one Dustin Johnson will look to defend his title at a behind-closed-doors Masters.
- Sport24 takes a look at the four South Africans competing in the first Major of the year.
The 85th Masters Tournament gets under way at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia on Thursday.
Five months after world number one Dustin Johnson won his maiden green jacket, the Masters is back to its original April setting.
There will be FOUR South Africans in the 88-man field, with Charl Schwartzel the only competing South African to win the green jacket previously (2011).
2008 Masters champion Trevor Immelman was set to compete this week but will join CBS as a commentator instead.
Sport24 takes a closer look at the four who will fly the SA flag: