Best Mayakoba Golf Classic Tips - Who Will Win in Cancun?

Mayakoba Golf Classic tips - top 10 vs the field rankings
(Mayakoba Golf Classic est. odds to 100%)

1. Matt Kuchar (def) 18/1
2. Tony finau 18/1
3. Billy horschel 20/1
4. Jason Day 20/1
5. Russell Knox 22/1
6. Mailing list pick 25/1
7. Joaquin Niemann 25/1
8. Scottie Sheffler 28/1
9. Kevin Kisner 28/1
10. Charles Howell...... 28/1

The course: El Camaleon par 71, 7,017 yards

Key features: Smaller than average, well protected, undulating greens set to run around 11' on the stimp. Tight from the tips - treelined, beside the ocean. Windy. Greg Norman design.

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Ball striking (often in wind). Positional play. ***Par 4 scoring***.

Experience is a big advantage at Mayakoba and older, plotter style players tend to be a strong theme on past leaderboards. Described as a "tight little coastal gem".

Course correlation: Harbour Town, Trump International, Waialae, Seaside course (sea Island)

Key Metric leaders (in Mayakoba field) - par 4 scoring
1. Charles Howell
2. Scott Piercy
3. Joaquin Niemann
4. Brice Garnett
5. Cameron Tringale

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Two players I like the look of for trading (back to lay on Betfair) purposes are Brice Garnett 100.00 and Harris English 50.00. English is a former winner at Mayakoba and has returned to form with a bang at the back end of 2019 amassing finishes of 3rd, 6th and 4th in four events. Brice Garnett is a course specialist with a course history formline of 6-7-25-5 in his last 4 starts at Mayakoba. Both feature heavily in par 4 performance with English ranked 3rd this season, whilst Garnett was 10th overall in the ranking for that stat in 2019 on the PGA Tour ... Learn more on Betfair trading

Russell Knox 33/1 EW almost seems like a no-brainer at the price for the Mayakoba Golf Classic tips portfolio. Knox has returned to form in recent weeks with progressive T48, T28 and T11 finishes. He has the current and course form concoction having finished 2-3-9 here in his last 3 visits. In fact that 2nd place finish in 2015 was a playoff loss and he came back the next season and was priced around the 12/1 mark with the Sportsbooks at El Camaleon. This is the perfect test for the Scot's game, who excels in windy conditions.

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