Mayakoba Golf Classic Betting Tips 2019

Who is going to take the victory in Mexico?

Mayakoba Golf Classic Betting Tips 2019

The PGA Tour is back in Mexico this week

Mayakoba Golf Classic Betting Tips 2019

The PGA Tour is back this week with the Mayakoba Golf Classic being played at El Camaleon Golf Club, Playa Del Carmen Mexico.

Last year Matt Kuchar won the event (opens in new tab) and this led to controversy after he didn’t appear to pay his caddie (opens in new tab) as much as people thought appropriate.

Kuchar defends his title this week and is 18/1 – however Viktor Hovland (14/1) and Tony Finau (16/1) are the favourites this week.

To check out how the GM Tipster is doing this year check out our golf betting tips (opens in new tab) homepage.

Mayakoba Golf Classic Betting Tips 2019 Advised Bets

Tony Finau 5 points each way at 16/1 with Sportnation.bet (opens in new tab) – Is going to be buzzing after securing a Presidents Cup pick – has had a couple of top 20s here in the past and has all the assets to have another good week. Has had seven top 10s this year to date.

Charles Howell III 3 points each way at 30/1 with Sportnation.bet (opens in new tab) – Five top 10s this year including two in his last five starts. Has seven top 20s including three top 10s here over his career.

Danny Lee 2 points each way at 40/1 with Sportnation.bet (opens in new tab) – Last year’s runner up just missed out on getting a Presidents Cup pick, but has finished 10th and 2nd in his last two events so is in awesome form.

Brian Gay 2 points each way at 60/1 with Sportnation.bet (opens in new tab) – Two top 10s in his last three starts on tour he won his first PGA Tour event here back in 2009. The veteran has never missed a cut here in 9 appearances and has four top 25s in total.

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