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We move into Mexico for the next-to-last PGA Tour event on the schedule. The OHL Classic at Mayakoba has a history of identifying great ballstrikers with middling length as champions. El Camaleon is a Greg Norman-designed course which puts and emphasis on keeping the ball in play.
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2017 OHL Classic at Mayakoba rankings: Top 10 picks
1. Rickie Fowler -- By rule (that we made up), Fowler has to be No. 1, right? He's the highest-ranked player in the field, and his short game is a good touch. No. 16 in SG T2G sounds great to me.
2. Chesson Hadley -- Yes, we're sticking with Chessie. The guy is on absolute fire, and there's no reason to believe that'll end this week.
3. Pat Perez -- Perez could be No. 2 or 1, really. He's the defending champion, and he's already a winner in this young season. Two of his three career wins in exotic climates...
4. Patrick Reed -- Reed has been very good in three of his last five starts, but he wasn't much in a T-50 effort in China. Middling player tee-to-green.
5. Beau Hossler -- Hossler's been on a good run in the last two weeks, and he just couldn't get anything going on Sunday in Vegas.
6. Charley Hoffman -- Charley finished strongly in Vegas and earned almost $100K for Vegas shooting victims. His ballstriking is what gets him to those good finishes.
7. Charles Howell III -- Chucky Three Sticks has been in good form in his last two starts, and he's a rare horse-for-course that isn't playing embarrassingly bad right now.
8. Kevin Chappell -- Chappy quietly earned a T-20 finish to kick off his PGA Tour season. A 75 in bad conditions on Saturday held him back from a better finish.
9. Chez Reavie -- Chez! Four starts this season, and they're all in the top 24.
10. Kevin Streelman -- Clearly was missing some mojo in Vegas, but he got to the weekend and got a check. He has a good history here.
My DraftKings lineup for this week:
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