As professional golfers take to Augusta for another year of Masters play, wives and girlfriends (WAGs) new and old will be cheering on their men along the green.
Dustin Johnson is favored to win this year's Masters Tournament, according to Vegas odds, but the golf pro suffered a back injury on Wednesday when he fell down a flight of stairs -- just one day before the tournament. If Johnson does end up playing in the tournament, he'll likely have partner Paulina Gretzky on the course accompanying him. Gretzky -- daughter of NHL Hall of Famer Wayne Gretzky -- and Johnson had their first son, Tatum Gretzky Johnson, in 2015. The famous couple recently announced they are expecting a second child.
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Gretzky won't be the only WAG to keep an eye out for, though. Jordan Speith and Rory McIlroy -- who are just behind Johnson as Vegas favorites to win this year's Masters -- will likely also have their respective girlfriend and fiancée in tow. After a public breakup with tennis star Caroline Wozniacki, McIlroy is engaged to Erica Stoll, and the couple is expected to wed in the weeks following the 2017 Masters. Speith's longtime girlfriend Annie Verret will also likely be spottable on the Augusta grounds.
Three-time Masters champion Phil Mickelson returns for his 25th Augusta tournament this year, and will likely have wife Amy there to support him throughout the event.
Other WAGs to have on the radar are Branden Grace's girlfriend, Nieke Coetzee, Jason Day's wife, Ellie Harvey and Paul Casey's wife Pollyanna Woodward.
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