Earlier this week we "took a look":https://www.iseekgolf.com/news/45510-a-video-preview-of-the-masters at the seven Australians in the field for this week's Masters and "assessed their chances" to contending for the title or playing well.
Now, in this second part of the preview recorded earlier this week, Bruce Young, Rod Morri and Michael Green take a look at the leading international contenders and look at their prospects of winning the Green jacket in 2014.
While the likes of Adam Scott and Jason Day give Australia a strong representation, the internationals such as Rory McIlory, Phil Mickelson, Matt Kuchar, Jason Dufner and Sergio Garcia amongst others are likely to provide the world number two and four with their strongest challenge.
The Japanese team of Hideki Matsuyama and Ryo Ishikawa are shaping as one of the genuine chances to do well at Kingston Heath this week, the pair in fine form leading into the 58th staging of the World Cup of Golf.
The UBS Hong Kong Open rekindles the relationship between the Asian and European Tours when the time honoured championship is played this week at its historical home at the Hong Kong Golf Club (Fanling) in the New Territories.