Tiger Woods has insisted he is fully prepared to take on the famous Augusta course and claim perhaps the most famous item of golf clothing around, the green jacket.
Woods is aiming for a fifth Masters victory but goes into the event in poor form after a disappointing 24th place finish at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill.
The former number one believes his game is improving every week and he hopes it will hit its peak in time for the start of the Masters on April 7th.
He said: "This year, I felt like I've played my way into shape. I've played, I've kept progressing and early in the year was disappointing because the conditions showed some signs of weakness that I had to work on.
"Now, it's feeling very, very good."
His rivals will no doubt be wary of Tiger, who can never be counted out of a major, particularly if he dons his infamous red golf shirt for a final day push towards his 15th major title.