Handicapping the fieldStar-Telegram golf writer Jimmy Burch handicaps the top 10 players, with odds, to win the 2013 Masters Tournament in Augusta, Ga.: Player (Odds) Tiger Woods (5-1): World’s top-ranked golfer has his game and personal life back under control. He’s ready to win another green jacket. Dustin Johnson (6-1): Big hitter has contended in multiple majors, has the skills to finish the job in Augusta. Phil Mickelson (8-1): Lefties have won five of past 10 Masters titles and he’s the most accomplished lefty in the field. Rory McIlroy (9-1): Runner-up finish Sunday in San Antonio suggests No. 2 player in world rankings is getting comfortable with his new clubs. Keegan Bradley (10-1): Most underrated elite player in the game already owns major title (2011 PGA), could get another this week. Louis Oosthuizen (12-1): Runner-up in last year’s Masters playoff is capable of closing the door Sunday if he gets another chance. Peerless Putters (14-1): Brandt Snedeker and Steve Stricker rank among the PGA Tour’s top putters. Expect one or both to challenge. Lee Westwood (15-1): Long overdue for a Sunday celebration in one of golf’s elite events if he sinks clutch putts, a recurring stumbling block. Bubba Watson (18-1): Defending champ is the lefty most likely to earn a green jacket if Mickelson does not surface Sunday. Justin Rose (20-1): Rose never has missed a Masters cut (7-of-7) and cracked the Top 10 last year (T-8), as well as in 2007 (T-5).