Daily Fantasy Golf Picks Strategy | PGA OHL Classic At Mayakoba 2017 | Draftkings
We’re not going to be playing this much week once again as we’ve been pretty upset about the passing of Roy Halladay and just don’t have the energy to involved with watching golf this week. There’s also no stat tracker at this event and it makes an event way less fun too.
Here’s the cut and paste of the preview.
The course, El Camaleon (which will be my new wrestling name) is a 6,987 par 71 layout, meaning it is extremely short. It’s super short. There are things called Mangroves, there are canals, and there’s some sand too. Because of all these things, your drives can’t be heavily wayward. They can be slightly off course, but if you go to far, you’ll be in penalty territory. It’s also a seaside course and many of the players that play well here, also seem to play well at other seaside Tournaments, like the Sony Open and the RBC Heritage. Of players playing here this week, some that show up in at least 2 of the 3 tournaments are: Jason Bohn, Jerry Kelly, Rory Sabbatini, Stewart Cink, Charley Hoffman, Matt Kuchar, Brian Gay, Boo Weekely, Jason Bohn, Harris English, Brian Davis, Tim Clark, and Charles Howell 3.
As you’ll notice with the group from above. most are accuracy from the tee types that have a high GIR. FYI, that’s not Ball Striking, as Ball Striking includes distance in the equation. You’ll still notice that Ball Strikers do well here, however, and we’d suggest to select course thinkers rather than bombers. Also, we like Tee to Green types, history, form, and of course, solid putters.
Another note, the greens on this course are Sea Isle Paspalum. It’s similar to Bermuda, but slower. Other tournaments with this type of grass are the CIMB Classic and Puerto Rico Open.
Here’s the breakdown.
Kevin Chappell 100% – His price is way too cheap and his skill set is just right for this place. So he’s on all of our squads.
Gary Woodland 100% – Solid course history and he’s playing well lately. We thought his price was quite reasonable so he makes all squads.
Kevin Streelman 100% – He made the cut last week then faltered, but he’s still playing well this fall season and he has great course history.
Stewart Cink 100% – Playing well on the international Asia swing. He’s still riding a very solid year and coming to a spot where his skills give him a legit shot to win.