Here's a full rundown of the players invited to make the trip to Augusta National for this year's Masters

The Masters field for the 2023 tournament will be complete following the Valero Texas Open.

All of the eligibility spots have been filled and each player who has met each individual criteria will have the honour of competing at Augusta National for The Masters.

Much like the other three major championships, Augusta National hasn’t restricted the playing rights of those who have moved to LIV Golf.

Phil Mickelson, Dustin Johnson, and Patrick Reed are part of a handful of players to return to the tournament in The Masters field 2023 and the Champions Dinner, as past winners.

Once again, the grand slam cloud hangs over Rory McIlroy. After competing in an early season battle for World No 1, can he finally slip on the Green Jacket?

the masters field

The actual No 1 and defending champion Scottie Scheffler and Spaniard Jon Rahm will have something to say about that, as well as a host of other contenders looking for glory down Magnolia Lane.

Five-time Masters champion Tiger Woods confirmed his focus would be on playing the majors in 2023 after coming tied 45th at the Genesis Invitational.

The 47-year-old stunned the world by winning his 15th major trophy at Augusta in 2019, and he will hope to be as ready as ever after skipping the Players Championship.

Woods, as well as a number of other players, has reportedly been on a scouting mission at the famous course to ramp up his preparations.

After Jason Day, Min Woo Lee, Harris English and Keith Mitchell earned spots at the Masters at the WGC-Dell Match Play, this confirmed the event will have no more than 90 players for the fourth time in six years.

The Masters field 2023

Abraham Ancer

Sam Bennett

Keegan Bradley

Sam Burns

Patrick Cantlay

Ben Carr

Cameron Champ

Corey Conners

Fred Couples

Harrison Crowe

Jason Day

Bryson DeChambeau

Harris English

Mateo Fernandez de Oliveira

Tony Finau

Matt Fitzpatrick

Tommy Fleetwood

Ryan Fox

Sergio Garcia

Talor Gooch

Brian Harman

Tyrrell Hatton

Russell Henley

Kazuki Higa

Tom Hoge

Max Homa

Billy Horschel

Viktor Hovland

Mackenzie Hughes

Sungjae Im

Dustin Johnson

Zach Johnson

Si Woo Kim

Tom Kim

Chris Kirk

Kevin Kisner

Kurt Kitayama

Brooks Koepka

Jason Kokrak

Bernhard Langer

Kyoung-Hoon Lee

Min Woo Lee

Shane Lowry

Sandy Lyle

Hideki Matsuyama

Matthew McClean

Rory McIlroy

Adrian Meronk

Phil Mickelson

Keith Mitchell

Larry Mize

Francesco Molinari

Taylor Moore

Collin Morikawa

Kevin Na

Joaquin Niemann

Alex Noren

Jose Maria Olazabal

Louis Oosthuizen

Mito Pereira

Thomas Pieters

J.T. Poston

Aldrich Potgieter

Seamus Power

Jon Rahm

Patrick Reed

Justin Rose

Gordon Sargent

Xander Schauffele

Scottie Scheffler

Charl Schwartzel

Adam Scott

Vijay Singh

Cameron Smith

Jordan Spieth

Scott Stallings

Sepp Straka

Adam Svensson

Sahith Theegala

Justin Thomas

Harold Varner III

Bubba Watson

Mike Weir

Danny Willett

Gary Woodland

Tiger Woods

Cameron Young

Will Zalatoris

How do you qualify for the Masters?

An invitation to play at Augusta National Golf Club is a dream come true for any golfer. But how do you qualify for the Masters and what are the rules behind Masters qualification? The Masters Committee don’t just hand these out for fun, you know?

There are, in fact, 19 different ways to get in – and we’ve broken them all down right here.

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Matt Chivers

Tour Editor

Matt is NCG's man for all things going on in the world of tour golf. Kent born and bred, Matt is 7 handicap at Royal Cinque Ports and spent many years caddying at Royal St George's before moving north to study history at the University of Liverpool. Away from golf, Matt is an avid Arsenal fan and horse racing enthusiast. He is also keen to point out his surname is pronounced Chiv-ers, not Chive-ers. Matt is currently playing: Driver: Cobra LTDx LS, 3-wood: Cobra LTDx, Utility: TaylorMade 4 DHY, Irons: Ping G10 4-PW, Ping Glide 4.0 (50,54,58), Putter: TaylorMade Spider GTX

Handicap: 7

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