Fantasy Golf Rankings For 2013 OHL Classic at Mayakoba
Top 15 Fantasy Golfers
Tournament: OHL Classic at Mayakoba
Location: El Camaieon – Riviera Maya, Mexico
Date: November 14-17 2013
Past Winners: John Huh (2012), Johnson Wagner (2011), Cameron Beckham (2010), Mark Wilson (2009), Brian Gay (2008), Fred Funk (2007)
2012 Results: 1. John Huh (-13) 2. Robert Allenby (-13) T3. Matt Every (-11) T3. Colt Knost (-13) T5. Alejandro Canizares (-10) T5. Dicky Pride (-10) T5. Chris Stroud (-10) T5. Daniel Summerhays (-10) T9. Michael Allen (-8) T9. Will Claxton (-8) T9. J.J. Henry (-8) T12. Briny Baird (-7) T12. Rich Beem (-7) T12. Richard S. Johnson (-7) T12. Billy Mayfair (-7) T16. Stephen Ames (-6) T16. Mark Anderson (-6) T16. Charles Howell III (-6) T16. Tom Lehman (-6) T16. Seung-yul Noh (-6) T16. Greg Owen (-6) T16. Tim Petrovic (-6) T16. Kevin Stadler (-6) T16. Vaughn Taylor (-6) T16. Marc Turnesa (-6) T26. Matt Bettencourt (-5) T26. Chad Campbell (-5) T26. Brian Harman (-5) T26. William McGirt (-5) T30. Billy Horschel (-4) T30. Sung Kang (-4) T30. Russell Knox (-4) T30. Johnson Wagner (-4) T34. Spencer Levin (-3) T34. Patrick Sheehan (-3) T34. Esteban Toledo (-3) T37. Craig Barlow (-2) T37. Nathan Green (-2) T37. Hunter Haas (-2) T37. Troy Kelly (-2) T37. Jarrod Lyle (-2) T37. John Merrick (-2) T37. Heath Slocum (-2) T37. Steve Wheatcroft (-2) T37. Garrett Willis (-2)
15. Freddie Jacobson
Freddie Jacobson – Jacobson had eight top-25 finishes last year. He won’t be a top-tier fantasy option, but he should easily crack the top-15.
14. Johnson Wagner
Johnson Wagner – Wagner won this tourney back in 2011 and finished 30th here last year. Mr. Moustache will be a great sleeper to keep an eye on this week.
13. Charley Hoffman
Charley Hoffman – Hoffman has two top-22 finishes already this season, including a fourth place finish at the Shriners. He will be worth a shot with the limited field this week.
12. Mark Wilson
Mark Wilson - Wilson is another former champ (2009) that will be worth drafting this week in any fantasy format.
11. Robert Allenby
Robert Allenby - Allenby lost in a playoff last year at the OHL. He shot a 65 in the final round, though, and will head to Mexico with a lot of confidence.
10. John Huh
John Huh – Huh is the defending champ of the OHL Classic and showed he can compete with the big boys. Look for him to once again be in the conversation on Sunday.
9. Robert Garrigus
Robert Garrigus - Garrigus has cracked the top-23 in all three tournaments this season.
8. John Senden
John Senden - Senden is currently 12th on tour in total putting (1.701) and 11th in total driving (53). He will be a reliable all-around option to grab this week.
7. Tim Clark
Tim Clark - Clark is coming off a beautiful showing at the McGladredy Classic, in which the 37-year-old finished second with a score of 13 under. He has never played here, though, so expect some growing pains early on.
6. Jeff Overton
Jeff Overton – Overton has shockingly racked up three top-16 finishes this year.
5. Ryan Moore
Ryan Moore - This may be Moore's first time traveling to Mexico, but the veteran is still leading the entire tour in total driving. He also has two top-10 finishes, including a win at the CIMB Classic.
4. J. J. Henry
J. J. Henry - Henry has made the cut in each tournament this season, including two straight top-15 finishes.
3. Charles Howell III
Charles Howell III - Chuckie Three Sticks has three top-20 finishes in his last four tournaments in Mexico.
2. Daniel Summerhays
Daniel Summerhays - Summerhays held the 54-hole lead at El Camaleon last year but was eventually forced to settle for a 10th place finish. He should once again be towards the front of the field, so consider him a top-five option this week.
1. Brian Gay
Brian Gay - Gay won this tournament in 2008, finished 20th in 2010, and tied for fifth back in 2011. He will be one of the safest picks this week.