Golf's premier tournament, the Masters, is set to get underway in less than two months. When the field hit the links at Augusta on April 9, it will be as wide open as ever.

Two of the game’s biggest names are also two of its biggest question marks. Tiger Woods has struggled to find any semblance of his game after returning from back surgery. While a return to form isn’t out of the question, he has had to take an indefinite leave of absence. It is unclear if Woods will be ready for a return at the Masters, or what shape his game will be in, but his odds to win at Augusta are decent at 14/1, according to

Phil Mickelson has been playing poorly recently as well, although not to the same extremes as Woods. His putting has been especially bad and if Mickelson wants to compete at the Masters he has a lot of figuring out to do. His odds, considering his recent play, are still pretty good at 20/1.

The lines seem to suggest that the odds-makers aren’t ready to discount the two legends who have combined to win seven green jackets.

The favorite for the tournament is young superstar, world No. 1, Rory McIlroy at 7/2. Bubba Watson, winner of two green jackets (including last year’s) and a player in good form, has the same odds as Woods at 14/1. Curiously, world No. 2 Henrik Stenson is getting just 25/1 odds. Legend Tom Watson, 65, has the most meager odds, coming in at 500/1.  He won the Masters in 1977 and 1981 and finished 18th at Augusta in 2010. He isn’t too far removed from competing for majors.

There are several other notable players who have a legitimate shot at winning the tournament, especially young golfers who could get hot at the right time. Jordan Spieth (14/1), Hideki Matsuyama (50/1) and Victor Dubuisson (66/1) are all solid up-and-coming players on the tour who have big-tournament experience.

The list below is the top 10 players odds-on favorites to win at Augusta and other high-profile players' odds:

Rory McIroy-  7/2

Jason Day-  12/1

Adam Scott-  14/1

Bubba Watson-  14/1

Jordan Spieth-  14/1

Phil Mickelson-  20/1

Rickie Fowler-  20/1

Brandt Snedeker-  25/1

Henrik Stenson-  25/1

Justin Rose-  25/1

Jimmy Walker-  28/1

Matt Kuchar-  28/1

Sergio Garcia-  28/1

Dustin Johnson-  33/1

Charl Schwartzel-  40/1

Martin Kaymer-  40/1

Patrick Reed-  40/1

Billy Horschel-  40/1

Hideki Matsuyama-  50/1 

Jim Furyk-  50/1

Keegan Bradley-  50/1

Lee Westwood-  50/1

Graeme McDowell-  66/1

Ian Poulter-  66/1

Jason Dufner-  66/1

Zack Johnson-  66/1

Victor Dubuisson-  66/1

Webb Simpson-  80/1

Steve Stricker-  100/1

K.J. Choi-  125/1

Miguel Angel Jimenez-  125/1

Fred Couples-  150/1

Vijay Singh-  400/1

Tom Watson-  500/1