Englishman Paul Casey feels he could be a contender for the Masters as long as he can find some form on the greens.
The 39-year-old has enjoyed an excellent relationship with Augusta over the years and has managed four top-10 finishes at the iconic venue.
He has managed a couple of top-10s in the past two years and ended up tied for fourth in 2016.
The Cheltenham-born ace was right back to his best last year and managed four top-four finishes towards the latter end of the PGA Tour season but has struggled to replicate his form this term.
However, the former Ryder Cup star is convinced that he still has the ability to compete with the best as long as his flat stick starts behaving.
“I’m feeling really good about my game,” he said. “I obviously had a great end to the 2016 season and I’m probably playing better tee to green now than I was then.
“The way I was playing at the end of the season was the best I had done since 2009, and that showed in my results.
“Once my putter starts heating up, I don’t see why I can’t get in contention.”(
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