Download your printable 2020 Masters prop sheet for this week’s tournament at Augusta National.
- Play along with your friends and colleagues during Masters week with our Printable Props Sheet
- Bryson DeChambeau is the favorite in a loaded field at Augusta National after the club postponed the event in April due to COVID-19
- Download and print your sheet below!
Masters week is finally upon us after a long wait, as Augusta National postponed the tournament in April amidst the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bryson DeChambeau is the favorite to win his first Green Jacket this week, and he’s also featured on our props sheet. Can anyone out-drive the big bomber this week?
Other storylines this week include Rory McIlroy looking to win the career grand slam, Dustin Johnson trying to continue his 2020 dominance, and Tiger Woods looking to repeat as champion after a storybook finish last year.
Track the results yourself, follow along with us on Twitter or check back here on Sunday, as we’ll be updating the answers throughout the tournament.
2020 Masters Prop Sheet
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Prop Sheet Answers
|Will There Be a New Course Record?|
|Will There Be a Playoff?|
|Will an American Win?|
|How Many Amateurs Will Make the Cut?|
|What Will the Cut Line Be?|
|Which Player Will Hit the Longest Drive?|
|Will the 54-Hole Leader Win?|
|Which Handedness Will the Winner Be?|
|What Will Be Most Birdies Scored By a Player?|
|Will There Be a Hole in One?|
|Will Tiger Woods Finish in Top 20?|
|Will a First Time Participant Win?|
|Will a Patron Sneak on to the Course?|
|Will a Masters Participant Appear on ESPN College GameDay?|
|Will They Wear Masks for the Green Jacket Ceremony?|
|What Colour Shirt Will the Winner Wear?|
|Who Will Be the Top 50+ Year Old Player?|
|Will Bryson DeChambeau Confront a Rules Official?|
|Will There Be a Wire-to-Wire Winner?|
|What Will the Winning Score Be?|
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Mitch graduated from Ryerson University’s Sport Media program in June of 2018, and has been with SBD since 2019. He’s worked in broadcast and digital for the Score, Sportsnet, TSN & CBC and has done play-by-play work for basketball at all levels including NCAA, Pan Am Games & U Sports.