Augusta, GA (WLTX) --- With all the focus on the likes of Rory, Tiger and Phil, the large majority of golfers in the field at the Masters have yet to win a Green Jacket, much less a major.
Bill Haas and Carl Petterson are two men who are hoping this is the week they can put it all together for that first win in one of golf's big four events.
Haas, the son of former PGA golfer Jay Haas, has five top-10 finishes this season. Haas says the key for him is to simply be in contention at a major, something he has yet to do in his career.
The defending champion of the RBC Heritage, Petterson punched his ticket to the Masters with last year's win on Hilton Head Island.
Petterson has contended in a major, finishing third in the 2012 PGA Championship which was held on Kiawah Island.