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21 hours agoIt has been a solid run of golf for Billy Horschel, who has made 15 of his past 16 cuts, including 10 top-25 results during that time. This weekend, Horschel will look to continue his uninterrupted form at a tournament that saw him finish in a share of 21st place last season. The American got off to a slow start at the event in 2018 with a 71 but followed up his performance with three rounds in the 60s. If the 32-year-old can get out of the gates quicker in 2019, we could be in store for another quality result. --Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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21 hours agoIt has been a difficult past few months for Jason Day, who has only provided one top-20 finish in his past 12 starts, but the Aussie will look to change that this weekend at El Camaleon Golf Course. Day enters the event priced at $11,000 on DraftKings and will be one of the least owned players because of his high salary and recent results. It remains to be seen if the 29th-ranked player in the world can get back on track, but you will be able to get him at virtually no ownership percentage if you believe he can.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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1 day agoHarold Varner III is in the field for the Mayakoba Classic. Varner heads to Mexico after finishing just outside the top-25 in both of his starts on the 'Asian Swing' portion of the schedule. HV3 should feel comfortable at El Camaleon Golf Club, as he's been very successful in his previous visits to the course. He logged a T6 in last year's Mayakoba Classic and a T5 in the 2016 edition. Varner can be erratic, but he's off to a solid start this season. His moderate DFS price tag makes him a player worth targeting when building lineups this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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1 day agoScott Piercy heads to Mexico for the Mayakoba Classic in a horrible slump. It has been a disastrous start to the 2019-20 season for Piercy so far, with the Las Vegas resident even missing the cut in his beloved hometown Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. The veteran didn't fare any better in Asia, logging finishes of 75th and 66th in his last two starts. Piercy might find some solace at El Camaleon Golf Club this week, as he's logged top-10 finishes in each of his last two Mayakoba starts. Despite that strong course history, Piercy remains a dicey DFS proposition with his current form. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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1 day agoJoaquin Niemann is in the field for this week's Mayakoba Classic. Niemann heads to Mexico after receiving his first President's Cup nod last week. The Chilean will represent the International Team in the fast-approaching team event. He will first attempt to take care of the business at hand in Mexico this week and will look to improve on his T60 performance in last year's Mayakoba Classic. Niemann has all the tools needed to perform well on any type of layout, but he is especially equipped to play well on this El Camaleon course that requires world-class ball striking. He's an elite DFS option this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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1 day agoKeegan Bradley is in the field for this week's Mayakoba Classic. Experienced DFS players know that you can never fully trust Keegan Bradley, but this does appear to be a good spot for the veteran. Bradley has played well in his last two trips to El Camaleon Golf Club, having logged a T15 in 2017 and a T8 in 2016. In addition to the strong course history, he also brings a bit of trending form to Mexico, having recorded top-25 finishes in both of his starts on the recent 'Asia Swing' portion of the PGA Tour schedule. Bradley is too volatile to be trusted in cash-game formats, but he's an intriguing option in large-field DFS tournaments. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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1 day agoTony Finau is in the field for the upcoming Mayakoba Classic. Finau looks to rebound from two disappointing starts during the recent 'Asian Swing' in which he failed to crack the top-50 in either tournament. The young star was recently named as a captain's pick to the U.S. team in upcoming President's Cup and should be focused on improving his play in Mexico. Finau logged a T16 in last year's Mayakoba Classic, but his length off the tee won't be a huge advantage on this El Camaleon layout. Despite his mediocre recent form, Finau's talent always makes him a high-upside DFS option. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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1 day agoMatt Kuchar is set to defend his Mayakoba Classic title in Mexico this week. Kuchar led wire-to-wire en route to the victory at El Camaleon Golf Club last year in a dominant performance. Unfortunately, Kuchar later became embroiled in a PR nightmare after massively underpaying the local caddie he used during the win. It's fair to wonder if that controversy will be a source of distraction for Kuchar this week. He returns to Mexico in ice-cold form after a lengthy layoff. His last start was a missed cut on the Euro Tour in early September. It is somewhat surprising to see the veteran with such a massive DraftKings price tag this week given his current form. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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1 day agoViktor Hovland is in the field for the upcoming Mayakoba Classic. Hovland set a PGA Tour record earlier this year with 19 consecutive sub-70 rounds, but that streak was recently snapped during two middling performances on the 'Asian Swing'. The rookie will look to regain his hot form this week in Mexico. Hovland missed the cut as an amateur in last season's Mayakoba Classic, but should have no problem improving on that finish with a year's worth of experience now under his belt. The young superstar is primed for a win sooner rather than later and should be considered an elite DFS option this week. --Joe Nicely - RotoBallerSource: PGA Tour
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1 day agoChris Kirk is in the field for the Mayakoba Golf Classic. Kirk has been on a six-month hiatus from golf after battling with alcohol addiction. The American put golf to the side after deciding to seek help with his personal issues. This focus on his health and well-being is far more important than playing a game. It’s tough to make assumptions on his current form or mental state, but it's not hard to imagine Kirk being rusty after the layoff. He finished seventh here in 2017 and will look to recreate that magic this week. Kirk must be considered a risky DFS option until he gets some rounds under his belt. --Taylor GobenSource: PGA Tour
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1 day agoJoel Dahmen is in the field for the Mayakoba Golf Classic. Dahmen had a nightmare golf tournament a few weeks ago at the Zozo Championship, finishing 18-over par for the tournament. He will look to gain some confidence back this week on an easy El Camaleon track that will yield a lot of birdies. Dahmen is not in a great position to contend given his current form, but this week is important for him going forward. If he can get back on track and start putting together some solid rounds of golf, it will give him the confidence he needs heading into the new year. --Taylor GobenSource: PGA Tour
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1 day agoCameron Champ is in the field for the Mayakoba Golf Classic. El Camaleon is a resort course with wide-open fairways and practically non-existent rough. This means the young bomber can let the driver rip all week long with minimal consequences. The distance the American has off the tee is a massive advantage, and putting him on a course with large fairways and short rough could be dangerous for the field. Champ averages 331.64 yards off the tee and should gobble up birdies if he can continue his solid ball-striking. Champ finished 10th here last year and is always a boom-or-bust DFS option, but he deserves serious consideration this week. --Taylor GobenSource: PGA Tour
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1 day agoAbraham Ancer is in the field for the Mayakoba Golf Classic. Ancer finally got something going a few weeks ago at the WGC-HSBC Championship. The Mexican racked up 22 birdies on his way to a fourth-place finish. He will look to continue the success he has found as he heads to play in his home country this week. Ancer has finished 21st and ninth over the last two years here. His price is a little steep in DFS formats given his volatility, but he is in a great spot this week at El Camaleon.--Taylor GobenSource: PGA Tour
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1 day agoAaron Wise is in the field for the Mayakoba Golf Classic. Wise comes to Mayakoba fresh off of a third-place finish at the Bermuda Championship. Being one of the most volatile golfers on the PGA Tour, the American routinely either catches fire or misses the cut. With a third-place finish last week, and the 10th-place finish he had at Mayakoba last year, he garners consideration in DFS formats as a boom-or-bust option. You never know which Aaron Wise will show up at the course, but the potential is there.--Taylor GobenSource: PGA Tour
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1 day agoCharles Howell III is in the field for the Mayakoba Golf Classic. Howell has excelled at El Camaleon throughout the years, making eight of his last 10 cuts. Of those eight made cuts, he has finished in the top-20 a whopping seven times. The American hasn’t played his best golf yet this season, finishing outside the top-60 in every strokes-gained category outside of putting and around the green. If he can get his irons going, Howell can contend at the familiar Mayakoba Golf Classic. Though he has a strong track record in this event, his DFS price tag feels a bit inflated.--Taylor GobenSource: PGA Tour
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