Fantasy Golf Power Rankings for the 2020 Mayakoba Golf Classic

The Mayakoba Golf Classic will feature its strongest field ever as it returns to El Camaleon Golf Club in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. It will be the PGA Tour’s final individual stroke-play event of 2020. Tournament play will resume Jan. 7-10 with the Sentry Tournament of Champions in Hawaii. Below, we look at the fantasy golf power rankings for the top 30 golfers at the 2020 Mayakoba Golf Classic.

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  • 2020 Mayakoba Golf Classic: Fantasy Golf Top 30

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    30. Gary Woodland (+8000)

    The 2019 US Open champ has had a year to forget. Woodland missed the cut at the 2020 US Open and Masters and has just two top 10s in 13 events since the mid-June restart. He was the runner-up here in 2016 and hasn’t finished worse than 41st in four appearances.

    29. Sepp Straka (+9000)

    Straka has made four straight cuts, including a T-5 at the Houston Open. He’s averaging 0.74 Strokes Gained: Approach to start his 2020-21 season, according to Data Golf.

    28. Pat Perez (+10000)

    Perez would be priced among the favorites if it weren’t for the much stronger field this year. He won here in 2016 and finished sixth and eighth in 2018 and 2019, respectively. He averages 1.38 strokes gained on the field per round over 30 career rounds played at El Camaleon GC.

    27. Wesley Bryan (+17500)

    Bryan has bounced between the PGA Tour and Korn Ferry Tour in 2020 without much success on either circuit, but his approach game has been very strong, and he’s well suited to the shorter venue.

    26. Brian Harman (+5000)

    Harman’s missed cut at the RSM Classic two weeks ago was his first since the Memorial Tournament. His best result in that stretch was a T-11 in a strong field at The Northern Trust to begin the FedEx Cup Playoffs.

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    25. Alex Noren (+8000)

    Noren is one of the many golfers making their debut at the Mayakoba Golf Classic this week. He has been leaning heavily on his putter but has three top-20 finishes in his last five events, including a T-17 at the US Open.

    24. Keegan Bradley (+6000)

    Faltered late to finish T-15 at the RSM Classic and finished T-4 against a somewhat similar strength of field at the Sanderson Farms Championship. He has averaged 0.95 SG: Approach through his last 19 measured rounds.

    23. Carlos Ortiz (+5000)

    Ortiz returns to play for the first time since winning the Houston Open and booking his ticket to the 2021 Masters in April. He was the runner-up here a year ago but against a much weaker field.

    22. Byeong Hun An (+10000)

    Missed the cut in his lone appearance here in 2017, but his typically strong approach game and slower, softer greens should play well in Playa del Carmen.

    21. Doug Ghim (+10000)

    Averaging 0.95 SG: Approach through 11 measured rounds on the 2020-21 season. Also tied for 14th on Tour in Par 4 Scoring early in the campaign and should be able to score on the most important holes here.

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    20. Chez Reavie (+5500)

    Struggling early in the 2020-21 season with a top finish of T-29 in his last five events oddly coming at the Masters. His approach play should be well-suited to the course.

    19. Emiliano Grillo (+5500)

    Ranks second in this field among those with at least 10 rounds played here with an average of 1.59 strokes gained on the field per round. Cracked the top 10 in both 2016 and 2017.

    18. Harold Varner III (+6600)

    Also has two top-10 finishes in this event, albeit against weaker competition than in attendance this week. Averaging 1.27 SG: Tee-to-Green through his last 13 rounds.

    17. Sebastian Munoz (+5500)

    Followed up a surprise T-19 showing at the Masters with a missed cut at the RSM Classic the following week. His iron play has been strong and he should have an easier time on the more favorable greens this week.

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    16. Rickie Fowler (+3300)

    More name value than anything else in recent years, Fowler is still fairly accurate off the tee, and he was the runner-up here in 2017 against weaker competition.

    15. Joel Dahmen (+6000)

    Hasn’t missed the cut in any of three appearances and had a top finish of sixth last year. He tied for eighth in a strong field at the Zozo Championship but tied for 50th at the RSM Classic two weeks ago.

    14. Will Zalatoris (+4000)

    The Korn Ferry Tour graduate hasn’t played since a T-16 result at the Bermuda Championship. He finished in the top 10 in two of four events since his breakthrough T-6 at the US Open.

    13. Billy Horschel (+4500)

    Finished eighth in 2019 for his best career showing in Playa del Carmen. He has been struggling on approach, but he’s setting himself up well off the tee and should hit the tight fairways.

    12. Marc Leishman (+5500)

    The winner of the Farmers Insurance Open in late January, Leishman bounced back from a poor stretch of play since the restart with a T-13 showing at Augusta National Golf Club. He positions well off the tee and should have a better putting performance on these friendly greens.

    11. Viktor Hovland (+2200)

    Has three top-15 results in his last four events, including a T-13 at the US Open. Missed the cut in his debut here last year but has played the weekend in all but three of 22 events in 2020.

    10. Russell Henley (+2200)

    Henley also missed the cut here last year after finishing 29th in 2018. He tied for third at The CJ Cup and for fourth at the Zozo Championship against small but elite fields.

    9. Joaquin Niemann (+4000)

    An expert ball-striker when he’s on, Niemann finished just T-44 at the RSM Classic after having to withdraw from the Masters. Another notable to miss the cut here last year just a couple of months after his first career win at A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier.

    8. Brendon Todd (+4500)

    Last year’s champion will defend against much stiffer competition. He has just one top-10 result in 2020 after winning twice last year.

    7. Corey Conners (+2500)

    Tied for 10th at the Masters and the RSM Classic. Averaging 0.60 SG: Approach and 0.59 SG: Off-the-Tee through 21 measured rounds on the young season.

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    6. Brooks Koepka (+1200)

    Seems to be back on track with a T-5 at the Houston Open and a T-7 at the Masters following a largely disappointing 2019-20 campaign for the four-time major champ. He won’t have his usual length advantage, but he should be motivated to end the year on a high point.

    5. Abraham Ancer (+1800)

    Two top-10 finishes in his last three appearances and has played here each of the last five years. His approach game has long been a strength, but he’s averaging just 0.09 SG: Approach over his last 16 measured rounds.

    4. Tony Finau (+2500)

    Will make his fifth appearance at this event with two missed cuts and a top finish of seventh in his 2014 debut. He’s averaging 1.95 SG: Tee-to-Green and 1.06 SG: Approach through 16 rounds on the season.

    3. Daniel Berger (+2200)

    The most notable omission from the 2020 Masters Tournament will be there in April. Berger’s the second-best player in attendance while ranked sixth in the Golfweek/Sagarin world rankings.

    2. Harris English (+1600)

    Has three top-10 finishes in his last five events, including a fourth-place showing at the US Open. He won here in his debut in 2013, but has just one other top-10 finish in his ensuing seven appearances.

    1. Justin Thomas (+650)

    The top-ranked golfer in attendance at No. 5 in the Golfweek rankings. His distance won’t be tested here so he’ll be able to rely on iron play that’s nearly unrivaled in this field.

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