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The Mayakoba Golf Classic is this week, the last event before we bid adieu to the PGA Tour until 2021. The Greg Norman-designed El Camaleon hosts again, and this event has a solid lineup of top-50 players competing this week.
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2020 Mayakoba Golf Classic rankings: Top 10 picks
1. Justin Thomas: JT is making his debut this week in Playa del Carmen, and it should be a nice way to wind down the year for him.
2. Brooks Koepka: Koepka made a nice little run at the Masters, suggesting he’s making his way back to form. I see a little analog in his win in Saudi Arabia as to why he should like here.
3. Harris English: English has been great all year, and he was T-6 at the RSM on Sea Island. Has a solid record in this event, winning in 2014.
4. Abraham Ancer: Abe has played well in this event, with two top-11 finishes in his last three starts in Mayakoba. Strong work at the Masters.
5. Viktor Hovland: Hovland didn’t get into the 2020 Masters (he’ll be in the 2021 version), but before his break, he was on a great run of work.
6. Tony Finau: Finau hasn’t been remarkable of late, but he’s been solid, and he’s seen this event.
7. Daniel Berger: DB has been mediocre compared to his early restart tear, but he’s still playing great golf. Feels like this is a good vibe for him.
8. Will Zalatoris: We haven’t seen Zalatoris since the Bermuda Championship, and that rest is well-deserved. Should be spry this week.
9. Sebastián Muñoz: He missed the cut on Sea Island, but Muñoz has been on a fabulous run for months now. He needed a weekend break.
10. Russell Henley: Henley has been looking good in the fall, notching a pair of top-five finishes and not missing a cash.
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