The latest golf betting odds favor current reigning and defending Pat Perez to win the 2017 OHL Classic at Mayakoba, which would make him the first repeat, as well as the first back-to-back winner in the short history of the first PGA Tour event to be held way down Mexico way. Perez teed off his 2018 PGA Tour with a bang, winning the CIMB Classic, his third PGA Tour win, and tying for 5th place at the CJ Cup, which Perez followed up with his sixth straight top 25 finish, a T24 in the WGC – HSBC Champions.
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OHL Classic at Mayakoba
- Location: Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo, Mexico
- Established: 2007
- Course: El Camaleon Golf Club
- Par: 71
- Length: 6,987 yards (6,389 m)
- Tour: PGA Tour
- Format: Stroke play
- Duration: November 9th-12th
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The Californian wrapped up his 2017 Tour on a strong note, including his seventh top-5 major finish, a T5 in the PGA Championship, as well as a T2 at the BMW Championship, and top 20 finishes in the Northern Trust and Dell Technologies Championship. This will be Fowlers first appearance in the OHL Classic at Mayakoba.
The WGC – HSBC Champions was the second consecutive tourney that Reed started strongly, though it did not have as happy as ending the CJ Cup, in which Reed finished tied for 11th place. Reed had one of just four bogey-free cards in the first round at Sheshan Golf Club, but finished the competition tied for 50th.
The Topekan was the runner-up to Perez last year, which a vast improvement from his previous showing, a T28 finish in the 2009 edition of the event, then known as the Mayakoba Golf Classic at Riviera Maya-Cancun. “Gary Woodland wasn’t looking to gamble Saturday,” the Topeka Capital Journal says, and they don’t mean the latest golf betting odds either. Woodland lobbed a 196-yard tee shot that landed fewer than 3 feet from the cup, setting up an easy birdie and helping Woodland into contention at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. Woodland ultimately finished within the top 20.
The UNLV alumnus won the 2014 edition of the Classic at Mayakoba, and has three straight top 30 finishes; T27 at the BMW Championship, T 28 in the Tour Championship, and T18 at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.
Hadley has been in rare form as of late, and seems to be on the cusp of his second PGA win and first since the 2014 Puerto Rico Open. Hadley tied for 3rd in the Safeway Open, had a solo 2nd place at the Sanderson Farms Championship, and finished T4 in the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. Hey, he’s been on the Web.com Tour, which is like golfers’ jail, and he ain’t going back. Hadley may not have the best, latest golf betting odds, or at least not as good as most of the other players listed here, but we believe that makes him what we in the biz call a sleeper pick.