Oleophilic Material Market Growth during 2021-2026 | Rise in Demand, Opportunities

Global Oleophilic Material Market reports provide in-depth analysis of Top Players, Geography, End users, Applications, Competitor analysis, Revenue, Price, Gross Margin, Market Share, Import-Export data, Trends and Forecast. The study will feature estimates in terms of sales revenue and consumption from 2020 to 2026, at the global level and across the major regions mentioned above. The study has been created using a unique research methodology specifically designed for this market.

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2021 Masters live stream, watch online: Full coverage, TV channel, schedule for Round 1 on Thursday

Do you feel it? Can you smell it? The 2021 has arrived, and four days of pristine golf at the nation’s best course are ahead. It all starts Thursday with live coverage of Round 1 at the Masters, which began in the early morning and rolls through the afternoon. With limited patrons allowed to return to Augusta National, a partially-full course will be an interesting sight that we will surely get used to over the four rounds, but the first opportunity to check it out comes with much anticipation.

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There is so much to follow this week that it can be overwhelming at times. No worries. We have you covered. On Thursday alone, you can watch the entire first rounds from defending champion Dustin Johnson and the top two golfers following him on the 2021 Masters odds board entering the the day, Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth. Each are participating in separate Featured Groups with staggered start times.

CBS Sports is offering live coverage from start to finish on Thursday with our myriad of Masters Live streaming options. Hit the links below to tune into the Featured Groups channel and watch complete rounds from some of the best golfers in the game, spend your day surveying Amen Corner or view all the action at Holes 15 & 16. TV coverage does not begin until later in the day, so this is the absolute best place to watch the Masters live on Thursday.

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Round 1 — Thursday, April 8

Round 1 start time: 8 a.m. [Thursday tee times]

Masters Live stream: Free on and CBS Sports App, available on Paramount+*
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Featured Groups — 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
10:06 a.m. — Bubba Watson, Brooks Koepka, Viktor Hovland
10:30 a.m. — Dustin Johnson, Lee Westwood, Tyler Strafaci
1:48 p.m. — Tony Finau, Louis Oosthuizen, Justin Thomas
2:00 p.m. — Jordan Spieth, Cameron Smith, Collin Morikawa
Amen Corner — 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Holes 15 & 16 — 11:45 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Holes 4, 5 & 6 — 8:45 a.m. to 6:45 p.m.

TV coverage: 3-7:30 p.m. on ESPN
TV simulcast live stream: 3-7:30 p.m. on
Post-round highlights: 11:35-11:50 p.m. on CBS
2021 Masters predictions, picks, favorites: One of these nine golfers will win at Augusta National
The field is 88 men wide, but we have (surely!) narrowed it down to who actually has a shot at the green jacket
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AUGUSTA, Ga. — The first round of the 2021 Masters is set to begin any moment, and it simply seems as if there are only a handful of golfers who can actually win the tournament. It becomes abundantly clear that only great players from tee to green with a lot of experience who are coming in on good form have any chance of wearing green on Sunday. And it sounds great … until about the middle of the first round when everyone in that category is 3 over.

Entering the 2021 Masters, I’m convinced only about four golfers are playing well enough to win it. This is obviously not true, but it certainly feels true at the moment with just hours to go before the ever-important top 10 is sorted out. And it feels more accurate than normal this year with an extraordinarily fast and firm Augusta National course set up to the test and simultaneously benefit the best in the world. The way the course looks and feels right now seemingly eliminates the vast majority of the field.

Despite that, the time ahead of the Masters is spent discussing which golfers actually have a chance of winning the Masters. These calls may not have much staying power if there’s a surprise atop the leaderboard after the first 18 holes, but in all likelihood, the winner of the 2021 Masters will certainly be one of the following nine players.

2021 Masters odds via William Hill Sportsbook. Also, be sure to check out our full set of 2021 Masters picks with numerous predictions from our golf experts.

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Who will win the Masters, and which long shots will stun the golfing world? Visit SportsLine to see the latest projected leaderboard, all from the model that’s nailed six golf majors and is up almost $10,000 since the restart.
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2021 Masters Odds Draft: 24 Players with the Best Betting Value at Augusta National

I’ve been on board with Morikawa at Augusta since he won his first Major at the PGA Championship at Harding Park in 2020. He lives for the big moment, and while the result of his first trip to Augusta last November was uninspiring (T41), there are a few things to take away.

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One, his short game stunk. He lost 4.3 strokes combined both around the green and putting and still made the cut and finished 41st. The good news is that he’s addressed his putting issues with a new grip, and it led him to a first-place finish this year at the WGC-Mexico, where he gained four strokes with his putter alone.

The other thing to consider is this isn’t a full year in between The Masters. Morikawa has only played in five tournaments since last year’s Masters Tournament, so the course is fresh in his mind. Between Morikawa’s elite level ball striking (1st in SG: approach, 2nd in SG: tee-to-green) and his newfound confidence with his putter, I think he’s ready to pounce and take down his second major championship at just 24 years old.

Additional Plays to Consider

Patrick Cantlay – $9,800 (+2050)
Brooks Koepka – $9,200 (+2800)

Mark Farris: Jon Rahm

DraftKings Price: $11,000

DraftKings Sportsbook Betting Odds to Win: +1200

Yes, he’s expensive! However, this is one of those weeks where having to drop down into the $7K to $8K range isn’t leaving you with Happy Gilmore’s caddy as a player!

D.J. is the favorite, given only five months have passed since he won. But Rahm has played here four times and has been top 10 over the last three. His first child was born early, so there is no need to worry about an early withdrawal for obviously legitimate reasons. And accordingly, doesn’t that play into the narrative for a win? He’s going to win one sooner or later, and frankly, what better time than now?

Additional Plays to Consider

Rory McIlroy – $10,200 (+1900): His last two rounds of competition leave a lot to be desired, but his course history here is IMPECCABLE! Since 2014, he’s been outside the top 10 just one time.
Jordan Spieth – $9,400 (+1150): Until the win last week, I was SURE he was going to be my dark horse this week. Now, that dark horse will be the “chalk” board! He’s likely still a solid play, and honestly, getting two (and maybe three) guys over $9K in your lineup isn’t impossible this week.

SI Fantasy high-stakes analyst Shawn Childs breaks down every golfer by DFS price to help you dominate your fantasy lineups.

$7,500 – $8,900

Ben Heisler: Louis Oosthuizen

DraftKings Price: $7,500

DraftKings Sportsbook Betting Odds to Win: +7500

There’s a ton of names to love in this range, especially with so many high-profile golfers in play. Ultimately, I landed on Oosthuizen as perhaps my favorite value pick, as well as someone likely to see low ownership at Augusta.

Let’s start with why he’s likely to be overlooked.

His recent form has been solid but not spectacular. Oosthuizen has a T6 and T11 in two of his last three events, but a T41 at THE PLAYERS is what most DFS players and bettors have fresh in their minds. His putting has been magnificent, ranking third in SG: putting over his last 24 rounds, but anyone can get hot for a weekend with the putter, so another reason for the fade.

Here’s why Oosthuizen is a stud this week.

At $7,500, you get a steady veteran who ranks 12th in the field in SG: total at Augusta National over the last five years. He’s a near-automatic cut-maker who hasn’t missed out on the final weekend at this event since 2013. The only players at his price point or below with better strokes gained numbers at The Masters are Justin Rose, Jason Day, and Matt Kuchar, and all of them have a missed cut in the last two events at Augusta.

If you’re living large with plays in the $9-11K range, you’ll need some savings, and Lucky Louie can get you there.

Additional Plays to Consider

Daniel Berger – $8,500 (+3500)
Matthew Fitzpatrick – $8,100 (+4000)
Paul Casey – $7,700 (+3500)
Adam Scott – $7,600 (+7500)

Mark Farris: Tommy Fleetwood

DraftKings Price: $8,000

DraftKings Sportsbook Betting Odds to Win: +6000

I’m not going to lie to you. I can’t see one guy in this price range that I would shout, “have you lost your mind?” if you played him.

I can’t find any fault from Louis Oosthuizen ($7,500) to Tyrell Hatton ($8,900). So, whether it’s by coincidence or pure gut, I’m going with Tommy Fleetwood in the middle of the pack. He’s been up and down recently, but the down isn’t horrible. He has finished top 20 here in two of the last three Masters. He’s been top 10 in two of his last three events. I’m just saying that I’m feeling Tommy on the first page at some point this weekend.

Additional Plays to Consider

Cameron Smith – $8,200 (+3500) – Two top 5s in the last three Masters. He’s also been playing relatively solid with this current form.
Paul Casey – $7,700 (+3500) – Paul Casey is like southern comfort food on a winter’s day. I’m not sure why, but I don’t get any bad feelings when I plug him into a lineup when he’s under $9,000. At $7,700, I’m sleeping like a baby after the peach cobbler and vanilla ice cream for dessert.

$7,400 and Under

Ben Heisler: Max Homa

DraftKings Price: $7,100

DraftKings Sportsbook Betting Odds to Win: +10000

Who doesn’t love this kind of pricing for Homa! He’ll likely be popular, but in this range, I don’t mind eating a bit of chalk and playing someone whose metrics line up perfectly with the course.

A great observation from longtime PGA DFS and betting analyst Pat Mayo:

“Homa’s two wins have come at the closest crossover course, Riviera, and the second closest, Quail Hollow.”

It may be a tough ask for Homa to go out and win The Masters, but it’s certainly not out of the question for him to be in contention throughout. Granted, playing him off a missed cut at THE PLAYERS isn’t ideal, but the numbers leading up to it have been outstanding: three top 10 finishes and four consecutive top 25’s. He also ranks top 10 in both SG: total and SG: approach over his last 24 rounds.

Additional Plays to Consider

Joaquin Niemann – $7,400 (+5500)
Justin Rose – $7,200 (+10000)
Jason Kokrak – $6,900 (+9000)

Mark Farris: Abraham Ancer

DraftKings Price: $7,400

DraftKings Sportsbook Betting Odds to Win: +8000

WOW! Now you will see what I’m talking about in the top tier! This range is just overflowing with viable options to make the cut. Some even have an outside chance to win! In his first appearance here in November, Abraham finished T13. Not bad for a rookie! He’s also had four consecutive top 25s in his last four events. He was a bit erratic last week but still managed a T23 at Valero.

Additional Plays to Consider

I’m just going to list them to show you how many options are here:

Joaquin Niemann – $7,400 (+5500)
Corey Conners -$6,900 (+8000): This is crazy
Ian Poulter -$6,800 (+15000): I don’t care how he’s playing. Match play and Majors = Honey Badger
Matt Kuchar – $6,800 (+10000): My fade last week has now convinced me that he’s worth it again. Definitely worth $6,800!

Top Fade

Ben Heisler: Jon Rahm

DraftKings Price: $11,000

DraftKings Sportsbook Betting Odds to Win: +1250

I feel like I’m Al Pacino during the “Say Goodnight to the Bad Guy” speech in Scarface for putting Rahm on this list days after his first child was born.

It’s easy to stroll down “Narrative Street” with Rahm and play the “Dad Strength” game into notching his first Masters. The problem is I just can’t get there.

He’s the second-most expensive golfer in the field, his putting has been average at best (55th in SG: putting), and speaking as a new dad of a six week old (granted, it’s our second, so it’s substantially easier than for our first), babies are well, exhausting!

I get that Rahm has three consecutive top 10 finishes at The Masters, and he’s one of the most consistent players on Tour, but I can’t get to $11K with him in this type of field with so much excellence everywhere you look!

Plus, when everyone decided to jump on the Rory McIlroy “new dad” train, and they’re still waiting for it to reach the station for a win on the Tour!

I’ll buy in on the dad narrative for Rahm, perhaps for the U.S. Open on Father’s Day weekend, but not this week at Augusta.

Oh, and this won’t tempt me at all to change my mind either. I swear.

Additional Fades to Consider

Rory McIlroy – $10,200 (+1900)
Jordan Spieth – $9,400 (+1100)

Mark Farris: Tony Finau

DraftKings Price: $9,100

DraftKings Sportsbook Betting Odds to Win: +3500

Tony Finau is a great player and will continue to have chances to win Majors. However, I don’t think it’s here.

Finau had a T38 here in November, and two missed cuts in his last three events (the only one he “made” was Match Play).

Can he top 10? Of course, but there are too many other options around him, and pricing is soft. You can find, in my opinion, better plays.

Additional Fades to Consider

Brooks Koepka – $9,200 (+2800) – Right now, they are saying he is playing. Even if he does, I don’t think he plays well coming off of knee surgery. In fact, other than I have some doubts that he even tees it up on Thursday, I would have picked him over Tony Finau as my fade of the week.


2021 Masters odds: Surprising PGA picks, predictions from same model that nailed six golf majors

Augusta National Golf Club has always been known for its furious back-nine charges, and the 2021 Masters layout will likely ensure a thrilling finish to the 85th edition of the event. Two players have traversed the second nine in seven-under par: Mark Calcavecchia in 1992 and David Toms in 1998, with both coming in the final round. The single-round Masters tournament record of 63 is also held by two players, as both Nick Price in 1986 and Greg Norman in 1996 toured Augusta National in just 63 strokes. Who will emerge from the 2021 Masters field to claim the coveted green jacket?

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Can a player like defending champion Dustin Johnson, who is the 9-1 favorite in the latest 2021 Masters odds from William Hill Sportsbook, etch his name into the record books with a similar scoring binge? Can Jordan Spieth (10-1), Justin Thomas (10-1) or Bryson DeChambeau (11-1) go low at the Masters 2021? Before locking in any 2021 Masters picks, be sure to see the 2021 Masters predictions and projected leaderboard from the proven computer model at SportsLine.

SportsLine’s prediction model, built by DFS pro Mike McClure, has been on fire since the return of the PGA Tour in June. In fact, it’s up almost $10,000 on its best bets since the restart, nailing tournament after tournament.

Last month at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, McClure nailed Daniel Berger’s win at +1400 in his best bets. McClure was also all over Viktor Hovland’s (+2500) victory in the Mayakoba Golf Classic in December. That was one of many huge calls he’s made in the past few months.

After nailing Sergio Garcia (+5500) finishing on top of the leaderboard at the Sanderson Farms Championship, McClure finished up over $6,200 yet again on his best bets in that tournament. The model had him in the top five from the start and McClure’s best bets included Garcia winning outright. He also finished profitable at the U.S. Open, nailing two of his best bets, including a +1100 top-five bet on Matthew Wolff.

This same model has also nailed a whopping six majors entering the weekend, including Patrick Reed’s win at Augusta in 2018. Anyone who has followed its golf picks has seen massive returns.

Now that the 2021 Masters field is taking shape, SportsLine simulated the event 10,000 times, and the results were surprising. Head to SportsLine now to see the projected leaderboard.
The model’s top 2021 Masters predictions

One huge shocker the model is calling for at the Masters 2021: Bryson DeChambeau, the defending U.S. Open champion and one of the top favorites, barely cracks the top 10. DeChambeau has been one of the hottest players on tour this season, finishing on top of the leaderboard at the U.S. Open and Arnold Palmer Invitational.

The eight-time PGA Tour champion continues to crush the ball off the tee, averaging over 320 yards per drive this season, which ranks first on tour. DeChambeau’s length off the tee also has him ranked in the top 10 in birdie average, scoring average and strokes gained tee-to-green.

However, DeChambeau is hitting fewer than 60 percent of fairways off the tee, which can cause plenty of trouble at Augusta National. That was evident in DeChambeau’s last start at the Masters, when he finished 34th. DeChambeau, who’s never finished better than 29th at Augusta National, is not a strong pick to win it all and there are far better values in the Masters 2021 field.

Another surprise: Collin Morikawa, a 30-1 long shot, makes a strong run at the title. He has a much better chance to win it all than his odds imply, so he’s a target for anyone looking for a huge payday.

At age 23, Morikawa became the third-youngest golfer to win the PGA Championship when he tied the tournament’s final-round scoring record with a 64 at TPC Harding Park. That was good enough to earn a two-stroke victory over Paul Casey.

Morikawa began 2021 on a tear, placing seventh at the Sentry Tournament of Champions and Sony Open in Hawaii before putting together a 67-69 weekend to win the WGC-Workday Championship. Although Morikawa was just 44th at the Masters last November, he is fifth on the PGA Tour in greens in regulation (72.53 percent) and 14th in putting average (1.711 per green), which make him an exceptional choice at 30-1 to include in your 2021 Masters bets, according to the model.
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The model is targeting four other golfers with odds higher than 20-1 to make a strong run at the title. Anyone who backs these underdogs could hit it big. You can only see them here.

So who will win the 2021 Masters Tournament? And which long shots stun the golfing world? Check out the odds below and then visit SportsLine to see the projected 2021 Masters leaderboard, all from the model that’s nailed six golf majors and is up nearly $10,000 since the restart.
2021 Masters odds

Dustin Johnson 9-1
Jordan Spieth 10-1
Justin Thomas 10-1
Bryson DeChambeau 11-1
Jon Rahm 12-1
Rory McIlroy 14-1
Xander Schauffele 22-1
Patrick Cantlay 22-1
Brooks Koepka 25-1
Patrick Reed 28-1
Collin Morikawa 30-1
Lee Westwood 30-1
Tony Finau 33-1
Daniel Berger 33-1
Viktor Hovland 33-1
Webb Simpson 35-1
Hideki Matsuyama 35-1
Cameron Smith 35-1
Sung-Jae Im 35-1
Scottie Scheffler 35-1
Tyrrell Hatton 35-1
Paul Casey 40-1
Tommy Fleetwood 45-1
Matthew Fitzpatrick 45-1
Jason Day 45-1
Sergio Garcia 45-1
Joaquin Niemann 50-1
Bubba Watson 50-1
Adam Scott 66-1
Will Zalatoris 66-1
Louis Oosthuizen 66-1
Justin Rose 70-1
Abraham Ancer 70-1
Harris English 80-1
Corey Conners 80-1
Billy Horschel 80-1
Max Homa 80-1
Jason Kokrak 80-1
Matt Kuchar 80-1
Matt Wallace 80-1
Francesco Molinari 90-1
Matthew Wolff 90-1
Victor Perez 90-1
Shane Lowry 90-1
Brian Harman 90-1
Marc Leishman 100-1
Phil Mickelson 100-1
Christiaan Bezuidenhout 100-1
Si-Woo Kim 100-1
Ryan Palmer 100-1
Matt Jones 125-1
Cameron Champ 125-1
Dylan Frittelli 125-1
Ian Poulter 125-1
Kevin Kisner 125-1
Danny Willett 125-1
Carlos Ortiz 125-1
Robert Macintyre 125-1
Gary Woodland 125-1
Zach Johnson 150-1
Sebastian Munoz 150-1
Kevin Na 150-1
Bernd Wiesberger 200-1
Brendon Todd 200-1
Lanto Griffin 200-1
Mackenzie Hughes 200-1
Charl Schwartzel 250-1
C.T. Pan 250-1
Martin Laird 250-1
Michael Thompson 250-1
Henrik Stenson 250-1
Brian Gay 300-1
Hudson Swafford 400-1
Jimmy Walker 400-1
Stewart Cink 400-1
Bernhard Langer 500-1
Robert Streb 500-1
Jim Herman 500-1
Ty Strafaci 750-1
Fred Couples 750-1
Joe Long 1000-1
Charles Osborne 1000-1
Mike Weir 1000-1
Vijay Singh 1000-1
Jose Maria Olazabal 1500-1
Sandy Lyle 2500-1
Larry Mize 2500-1
Ian Woosnam 4000-1