The conclusion of the 2017 Masters is upon us, and the leaderboard is absolutely stacked. Sergio Garcia and Justin Rose enter Sunday as co-leaders at 6-under but have Rickie Fowler (-5), Jordan Spieth (-4) and Adam Scott (-3), among others, breathing down their necks.

Round 4 is not set to begin until after 10 a.m. ET, giving you plenty of time to find some action ahead of what should be an absolutely thrilling Sunday at Augusta National.

Here is a look at your new top 10 favorites along with their current scores after 54 holes, via

Justin Rose (-6) -- +270 -- Posting the best round of the day, Rose went 5-under on Saturday and proved that he could tame Augusta National at its fastest. Rose has four top-four finishes at majors with one victory (2013 U.S. Open) and is still bothered after getting whipped by Jordan Spieth in the final round of the 2015 Masters. He’s not worth the pick considering the competition, but he has a great chance of winning.

Jordan Spieth (-4) -- +315 -- How are you going to argue with this number for the King of Augusta National. Here are the facts: Spieth has competed in four Masters and been in one of the final two pairings each time. He’s finished his prior three Masters T2, 1st, 2nd. We all know what happened last year as he fell apart late and effectively coughed up his second straight green jacket. I don’t care that the odds are terrible, Spieth is my pick. He wants retribution.

Rickie Fowler (-5) -- +400 -- Fowler has been playing some of his best golf over the last few weeks, and he deserves to be in this spot. Our golf expert, Kyle Porter, is choosing Fowler to win the green jacket, and controlled play like he displayed Saturday is a big reason why. Fowler was up-and-down early but maintained down the stretch, going 2-under over his final five holes. Plus, his fondness for Arnold Palmer could provide some extra motivation.

Sergio Garcia (-6) -- +400 -- The Spaniard has gone through a lot over his career with multiple close calls and excruciating finishes at majors. That includes finishing in the top four of a major six times (four times in second) and never winning one in his career. Sunday would have been the 60th birthday of Seve Ballesteros, Garcia’s mentor and countryman, who passed away at the age of 54. Can you imagine Garcia ending his career drought and winning his first major on Sunday? 

Adam Scott (-3) -- +1250 -- Scott won the 2013 Masters in a playoff, and if you’re putting a wager on him this year, you should expect the same thing. He’s three shots back with a lot of big names ahead of him and would need a third round of 69 or better (which is what he achieved back in 2013) just to be in the conversation.

Ryan Moore (-4) -- +1350 -- Moore’s day was overshadowed by Rose and Spieth, but he went 3-under over his final 11 holes and put himself in contention just two shots back of the lead. It will be tough for Moore to outshoot his competitors on Sunday.

Charley Hoffman (-4) -- +1800 -- Kudos to Hoffman for leading the Masters for 52 holes, but his double-bogey Saturday on No. 16 and +3 finish over his final five holes likely took him out of the running. Barring another 65 like he posted on Thursday, Hoffman is not likely to take the green jacket.

Charl Schwartzel (-2) -- +3500 -- Propelled here by going 3-under over his final six holes, Schwartzel’s eagle on No. 15 was a contributing factor. Without that, he’s even par and out of contention. Speaking of which ... 

Rory McIlroy (E) -- +4500 -- Kyle and I both picked McIlroy to win this thing, but let’s face it, he’s not going to. Saturday was the day to make his move, but he got a double bogey on No. 7 and got par on his final six holes. He’s six back of the leaders and would need an astounding round coupled with a bunch of collapses to pull it off.

Lee Westwood, Thomas Pieters (-1) -- +10000 -- It was looking for a while like Pieters was an underdog contender, but it’s too much to ask to make up a five-shot gap against the field in front of him. Still, the value here is incredible and worth a take for Pieters.