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Generally, the goal is to have a lineup of all six golfers making the cut. Some weeks it will vary, but a majority of the time, six is the goal. Every week the spreadsheet will be updated with the field and stats necessary to look into when determining your lineups.
Finally we return to normal sized fields, with cuts. We have about a month left before a short break heading into the Holidays, where we’ll then return after the New Year, but for now we’ll enjoy a trip to Mexico at El Cameleon CC for the OHL Classic at Mayakoba. Altitude will be a factor this week, and scoring should be low, as we’ve seen in past years. The field is quite deep for this event, certainly deeper than in years past.
With that being said, lets talk about some picks.
Previous 4 Winners:
2016: Pat Perez (-21)
2015: Graeme McDowell (-18)
2014: Charley Hoffman (-17)
2013: Harris English (-21)
KEY STATS FOR THIS WEEK:
- SG Tee-Green
- SG Putting
- Birdie or Better
- Par 3 Scoring
- Fairways Hit
– DFS PGA Plays of the Week –
Pat Perez ($11,300)
- We begin with the defending champion, Pat Perez. Perez began his bounce back campaign last season with a victory at El Camaleon, and he hasn’t looked back since. In fact, he recently won the CIMB Classic, an event that has drawn some comparisons to the OHL Classic. Perez profiles as the eighth best this week according to our Cheat Sheet, rating inside the Top 100 in every stat we’ve highlighted this week. His elite putting, ability to drain birdies, as well as hit fairways and GIR all mold into the form you want to see this week. Coming into the event, Perez had a T24 at the HSBC Champions, and prior a T5 at the CJ CUP, and win at the CIMB Classic. His form is terrific, and aside from his win at this event last season, Perez has also finished T69, T18, and a MC in 2015 (when he was injured). While Rickie Fowler is the more logical option, I’m taking the guy who has proven he can win at El Camaleon, a course that can be tricky, and has a great track record at the comparable event, the CIMB Classic.