Fantasy Golf Rankings For 2013 OHL Classic at Mayakoba

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Top 15 Fantasy Golfers

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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)

Adam McGill is the Senior Fantasy Sports Writer at Rant Sports. Follow him on Twitter @adammcgill83, like him on Facebook, or add him to you networks on Google here or here.

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15. Freddie Jacobson

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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.

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14. Johnson Wagner

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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.

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13. Charley Hoffman

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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.

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12. Mark Wilson

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Mark Wilson - Wilson is another former champ (2009) that will be worth drafting this week in any fantasy format.

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11. Robert Allenby

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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.

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10. John Huh

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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.

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9. Robert Garrigus

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Robert Garrigus - Garrigus has cracked the top-23 in all three tournaments this season.

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8. John Senden

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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.

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7. Tim Clark

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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.

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6. Jeff Overton

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Jeff Overton – Overton has shockingly racked up three top-16 finishes this year.

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5. Ryan Moore

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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.

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4. J. J. Henry

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J. J. Henry - Henry has made the cut in each tournament this season, including two straight top-15 finishes.

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3. Charles Howell III

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Charles Howell III - Chuckie Three Sticks has three top-20 finishes in his last four tournaments in Mexico.

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2. Daniel Summerhays

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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.

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1. Brian Gay

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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.

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Top 15 Fantasy Golfers

PGACover
Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

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)

Adam McGill is the Senior Fantasy Sports Writer at Rant Sports. Follow him on Twitter @adammcgill83, like him on Facebook, or add him to you networks on Google here or here.

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15. Freddie Jacobson

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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.

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14. Johnson Wagner

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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.

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13. Charley Hoffman

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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.

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12. Mark Wilson

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Mark Wilson - Wilson is another former champ (2009) that will be worth drafting this week in any fantasy format.

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11. Robert Allenby

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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.

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10. John Huh

JohnHuh
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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.

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9. Robert Garrigus

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Robert Garrigus - Garrigus has cracked the top-23 in all three tournaments this season.

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8. John Senden

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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.

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7. Tim Clark

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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.

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6. Jeff Overton

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Jeff Overton – Overton has shockingly racked up three top-16 finishes this year.

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5. Ryan Moore

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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.

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4. J. J. Henry

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J. J. Henry - Henry has made the cut in each tournament this season, including two straight top-15 finishes.

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3. Charles Howell III

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Charles Howell III - Chuckie Three Sticks has three top-20 finishes in his last four tournaments in Mexico.

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2. Daniel Summerhays

DanielSummerhays
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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.

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1. Brian Gay

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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.


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