5. Dustin Johnson (10/1)
It’s crazy to think that the No. 1 player in the world is coming into the first major of the year under the radar, but that’s the case for Dustin Johnson. While he doesn’t come to Augusta on the tear he did last year before getting injured, DJ has still notched a win, a pair of runner-up finishes and a T7 so far this season in six starts. Vegas hasn’t allowed the lack of attention being paid to DJ affect their handicapping; he’s one of the co-favorites on the eve of the event.