2017 Maybank Championship Malaysia fantasy golf picks, betting tips
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2017 Maybank Championship Malaysia fantasy golf picks, betting tips

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The European Tour heads to Asia after a three-week Middle East swing into Malaysia for the Maybank Championship. This is the second year for the tournament as it's now known, born from the Malaysian Open. Marcus Fraser is defending champion in a field headed by a few top-name players and a lot of guys who are solid European Tour stalwarts.

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2017 Maybank Championship Malaysia rankings: Top 10 picks

1. Rafa Cabrera Bello - RCB is the man to beat in the field, with top-20 finishes in four starts this season.

2. Lee Westwood - Westwood is a former winner of the Malaysian Open, and his game has transferred well into Asian events over the course of his career.

3. Jeunghun Wang - Wang won in Qatar, and he's going to be a force to reckon with for a while.

4. Bernd Wiesberger - Wiesberger hasn't been spectacular at the start of the year, but he's hanging around the top 35 in events. He's due for a breakout.

5. Charl Schwartzel - Schwartzel was his usual killer self in the South African swing of the European Tour, so it's a little skewed in thinking of him this week. Still a class player.

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