Expert tips, predictions and best bets for the 2020 Mayakoba Golf Classic on the PGA Tour.
The Mayakoba Golf Classic at El Camaleon Golf Club will be held between December 3-6 with a purse of $7,200,000. Last year it was won by Brendon Todd and players with control rather than distance can be favoured by the course, which is around 7,000 yards and a Par of 71. Heavy rough can be tricky which is where course management becomes pivotal rather than big hitting.
Mayakoba Golf Classic Tips and Predictions: Best Bet ?
The best bet for the tournament looks to be Brooks Koepka who has been in good form lately with a T5th at the Houston Open and T7th at the Masters. Koepka ranks 11th in Scoring Average and 22nd in SG: Total so far this season. After returning from health issues, Koepka could celebrate with a big win in the Mayakoba Golf Classic.
Mayakoba Golf Classic Tips and Predictions: Best Value ?
The first of two value selections have become a regular with us and that man is Tony Finau. The American has missed the cut just once from his past 12 tournaments. His lone victory on tour came in Puerto Rico, which uses the same Paspalum grass as El Camaleon Golf Club. Finau finished T8th in the US Open and T11th in the Zozo Championship. He ranks 9th in SG: Tee To Green and 15th for Scoring Average.
Our second value play is Canadian golfer Corey Conners, who has notched top 10 finishes in his last two tournaments and four top 25 finishes from his last six events. His driving accuracy recently has been a real positive and that could help improve from recent visits here where he was T75th and missed the cut.
Mayakoba Golf Classic Tips and Predictions: Roughie ?
If you are looking to follow someone at a massive price, then look towards Brice Garnett. He has finished in the top 10 on three occasions along with a T11th and T25th in five appearances at the course. He has hit par or better in all 20 rounds at El Camaleon, with an average of 67.8. Garnett is a worth an each-way bet due to his previous performances at the course.