Australian golfer Jason Day is packing his Adidas golf clothing and heading for Augusta for the first time this week.
The world number 41 is hoping to become the first Australian to ever win the major title and he is looking to do it in his first appearance.
"I've always wanted to be the first Australian to win the Masters," Day explained.
He added that he isn't expecting anything from the week but he will celebrate for a year if he pulls on the Green Jacket on Sunday evening.
The 23-year-old will have his work cut out in the first two rounds of the event as he has been grouped with fellow young guns Rory McIlroy and Rickie Fowler.
Both have been making steady progress up the world rankings in recent months and were both part of the recent Ryder Cup event at Celtic Manor.
The combined age of the three-ball is just 66, by far the youngest group on the course.