Odds To Win: 2017 OHL Classic at Mayakoba

The PGA Tour travels down to Mexico for the OHL Classic at Mayakoba, the seventh of eight events on the Tour’s wrap-around season.

Rickie Fowler, the highest world-ranked player in the field at No. 10, is the clear favorite to secure his fifth PGA Tour title.

Despite it being his maiden OHL Classic start, the 28-year old American is listed with 8-1 odds.

Defending champion Pat Perez, who won last month in Malaysia, has odds of 14-1 to repeat and capture his fourth career title.

Patrick Reed, also making his debut at the OHL, is at 20-1, while the Chesson Hadley and Gary Woodland round out the top-five favorites at 22-1.

Hadley is especially one to watch, as the 2014 ROY has started his 2018 season back on the big tour with three top 5s (T3 Safeway, 2 Sanderson, T3 Shriners).

A pair of Presidents Cup teammates of Fowler and Reed – Charley Hoffman (25-1) and Kevin Chappell (28-1) – are the only other players with better than 30-1 odds

Those who performed well in Vegas last week, and offer good payouts, include: Whee Kim (66-1, T2), Alex Cejka (80-1, T2), Patton Kizzire (66-1, T4) and Aaron Baddeley (100-1, T10).


THE SKINNY

Tournament: OHL Classic at Mayakoba
Course: El Camaleon Golf Club
Where: Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo, Mexico
Distance: 7039 yards, Par 71
Architect: Greg Norman
Purse: $7,000,000
Winning Share: $1,260,000
FedEx Cup Points: 500


ODDS TO WIN: 2017 OHL CLASSIC AT MAYAKOBA

PLAYERODDS
Rickie Fowler8-1
Pat Perez14-1
Patrick Reed20-1
Chesson Hadley22-1
Gary Woodland22-1
Charley Hoffman25-1
Kevin Chappell28-1
Zach Johnson30-1
Chez Reavie33-1
Bryson DeChambeau33-1
Charles Howell III33-1
Ryan Moore33-1
Byeong-Hun An35-1
Jason Kokrak40-1
Luke List40-1
Anirban Lahiri40-1
Ollie Schniederjans40-1
Graeme McDowell40-1
Kevin Streelman45-1
Emiliano Grillo50-1
Ryan Armour50-1
Russel Knox66-1
Patton Kizzire66-1
Sung Kang66-1
Whee Kim66-1
Jhonattan Vegas66-1
Austin Cook75-1
Danny Lee75-1
J J Spaun75-1
Scott Brown75-1
Stewart Cink75-1
Alex Cejka80-1
Beau Hossler80-1
David Lingmerth80-1
Ben Martin100-1
Nick Taylor100-1
Smylie Kaufman100-1
Aaron Baddeley100-1
Aaron Wise100-1
Ben Silverman100-1
Brandon Hagy100-1
Brice Garnett100-1
Sam Saunders100-1
Seamus Power100-1
Si Woo Kim100-1
Harris English125-1
Andrew Landry125-1
Bronson Burgoon125-1
Cameron Tringale125-1
Camilo Villegas125-1
Hunter Mahan125-1
Johnson Wagner125-1
Mackenzie Hughes125-1
Patrick Rodgers125-1
Shawn Stefani125-1
Talor Gooch125-1
Tom Hoge125-1
Vaughn Taylor125-1
Brian Stuard125-1
Carlos Ortiz125-1
Adam Schenk150-1
Brandon Harkins150-1
Brian Gay150-1
Cheng Tsung Pan150-1
Chris Stroud150-1
John Huh150-1
Jonathan Byrd150-1
Martin Flores150-1
Matt Jones150-1
Peter Malnati150-1
Richy Werenski150-1
Rob Oppenheim150-1
Ryan Blaum150-1
Stephan Jaeger150-1
Tyrone V Aswegen150-1
Derek Fathauer150-1
Jim Herman175-1
Alex Kang200-1
Jordan Niebrugge200-1
Andrew Putnam200-1
Billy Hurley III200-1
Blayne Barber200-1
Brett Stegmaier200-1
Corey Conners200-1
Fabian Gomez200-1
Geoff Ogilvy200-1
J. J Henry200-1
Keith Mitchell200-1
Nick Watney200-1
Oscar Fraustro200-1
Retief Goosen200-1
Rory Sabbatini200-1
Steve Wheatcroft200-1
Ted Potter Jr.200-1
Tom Lovelady200-1
Troy Merritt200-1
Tyler Duncan200-1
Abraham Ancer250-1
Conrad Shindler250-1
Denny McCarthy250-1
Matt Every250-1
Nate Lashley250-1
Nicholas Lindheim250-1
Sangmoon Bae250-1
Wyndham Clark250-1
Cameron Champ300-1
Ernie Els300-1
Greg Chalmers300-1
Joel Dahmen300-1
José Rodríguez300-1
Lanto Griffin300-1
Martin Piller300-1
Matt Atkins300-1
Xinjun Zhang300-1
Ethan Tracy400-1
Jason Bohn400-1
Jon Curran400-1
Mark Wilson400-1
Sam Ryder400-1
Andrew Yun500-1
D.A. Points500-1
Javier Colomo500-1
Kyle Thompson500-1
Roberto Diaz500-1
Zecheng Dou500-1

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Jordan Thomas

Jordan Thomas is a Pro Golf Weekly producer and contributor. He is mostly a degenerate gambler, making his way through college. But when not losing money at Draft Kings and Brovado, Jordan performs research, crunches numbers, compiles content, and writes quick-hit posts.



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