The 2016 season produced four first-time major champs in Danny Willett, Dustin Johnson, Henrik Stenson and Jimmy Walker. As we approach the 2017 Masters, we put our new formula* to work to determine who are the best current players who haven’t hoisted a trophy at one of golf’s four biggest events. We only used results from the past two years, so heartbreak veterans like Sergio Garcia and Lee Westwood took a hit. Not that they should mind. If you’re on this list for too long, the last thing you want is to be reminded about it.

*FORMULA: PGA Tour/European Tour wins since start of 2015 (WGC, Players, and FedEx Cup Playoff events weighted more) + Average Official World Golf Ranking Points + Top 10s in majors the past two years (top 5s weighted more).

10.) Brandt Snedeker (6.63)

9.) Matthew Fitzpatrick (6.78)

8.) Patrick Reed (6.94)

Patrick Reed

2.) Jon Rahm (10.55)

1.) Hideki Matsuyama (13.69)