The 2015 OHL Classic at Mayakoba is taking place this week from November 12-15, 2015, at the El Camaleon Golf Club located in Playa Del Carmen, Quintana Roo, Mexico along the beautiful northeast coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. Here is a list of the betting odds for the PGA golfers to win the 2015 OHL Classic at Mayakoba.
This tournament has been played since 2007. To date, no player has won the OHL Classic at Mayakoba more than once. No big name golfer has ever won this tournament but there are some golf major winners playing this year like Keegan Bradley, Jason Dufner and Graeme McDowell. All players with odds of 50 to 1 or less are listed with comments and then some notables at higher odds.
There is a not a stellar field this week playing in the 2015 OHL Classic at Mayakoba. None of the big names in golf is here this week but that creates opportunity for a lesser player to win this week at big odds. Good luck to all the PGA golfers and especially the bettors this week at the 2015 OHL Classic at Mayakoba!
1. Matt Kuchar – 12 to 1 odds
You know a tournament is lacking in star power when Matt Kuchar is the betting favorite and he’s pretty high odds at that at 12 to 1. The OHL Classic is Matt Kuchar’s first PGA tournament for the 2016 season. Kuchar did just win the Fiji International on October 16, 2015. For his career, Matt Kuchar has seven wins on the PGA Tour with his last win coming in April of 2014.
T-2. Russell Knox – 20 to 1
At age 30, Scottish golfer Russell Knox won his first PGA event last week at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Normally you would not want to bet a golfer coming off his first win the next week because of the emotion involved but this is a week field. Knox has started 93 PGA Tour tournaments.
T-2. Jason Bohn – 20 to 1
Jason Bohn finished tied for 3rd here in 2013 and tied for 7th place last year. Bohn played well at the Shriners Open three weeks ago finishing tied for 2nd place but he just tied for 39th place at the Sanderson Farms tournament. Bohn has two PGA Tour wins in 298 starts with his last win coming in 2010.
T-2. Patton Kizzire – 20 to 1
Twenty-nine year old Patton Kizzire has yet to win a PGA Tournament but he’s been knocking on the door. Kizzire was 2nd at the Shriners Open a few weeks ago and he tied for fourth last week at the Sanderson Farms Championship. This will only be Patton Kizzire’s seventh start in a PGA event.
T-5. Patrick Rodgers – 22 to 1
Patrick Rodgers is a 23 year old with talent but he’s yet to win on tour. Rodgers is making the 31st start of his PGA career and fourth start for the 2016 season in the OHL Classic. He finished tied for 20th at the Sanderson Farms Championship last week.
T-5. Harris English – 22 to 1
Harris English won the OHL Classic at Mayakoba in 2013 by shooting a tournament record -21 under and he is 22 to 1 odds to win this year. Harris English has two PGA wins in 112 starts with his other win coming at the FedEx St. Jude Classic. English, who tied for 37th here last year, is playing OK as he was tied for 23rd last week at the WGC-HSBC Champions.
T-7. Charley Hoffman – 25 to 1
Charley Hoffman is the defending champion at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba as he won the tournament last year. Hoffman has three PGA Tour wins in 281 starts and his last win was here last year. He missed the cut at the Shriners Open in his last start.
T-7. Brendan Steele – 25 to 1
Brendan Steele finished tied for third in his last PGA Tour start at the CIMB Classic two weeks ago. Steele won the Valero Texas Open in 2011 for his lone PGA win in 130 career starts.
T-9. Chris Stroud – 30 to 1
Chris Stroud finished tied for third in this tournament in 2013 and tied for 23rd last year. Stroud has yet to win a PGA Tour event in 247 starts. In his last start, Chris Stroud finished tied for 38th at the Shriners Open three weeks ago.
T-9. Graeme McDowell – 30 to 1
This is Graeme McDowell’s first PGA Tour start for the 2016 season. He’s been playing on the European Tour lately and he finished tied for 37th place at the Turkish Airlines Open in his last start. McDowell has two PGA Tour wins in 147 starts with his last win being in 2013. He’s certainly a threat this week in a very weak field.
T-11. Charles Howell – 40 to 1
Charles Howell only has two wins in 452 starts on the PGA Tour and his last win was in 2007. He did tie for 10th in his last PGA start at the CIMB Classic two weeks ago but good luck if you bet him this week.
T-11. Will Wilcox – 40 to 1
In two PGA starts this season, Will Wilcox has missed both cuts. The 29 year old is looking for his first PGA win this week making his 39th career start. Hard to bet a guy who has missed two cuts in a row.
T-13. Keegan Bradley, Jason Dufner, Johnson Wagner, Brendon Todd, Brendon De Jonge, Brian Harman, Roberto Castro, Jhonattan Vegas – 50 to 1 odds each
Roberto Castro and Jhonattan Vegas both tied for 4th place last week at the Sanderson Farms Championship among these eight golfers at 50 to 1 odds each. Keegan Bradley and Jason Dufner are both major winners as each has won the PGA Championship but neither has won in a long time. Johnson Wagner won this tournament in 2011.
- Peter Malnati – 66 to 1 odds
Peter Malnati just won the Sanderson Farms Championship for his first PGA Tour win in 22 starts. Malnati joins Russell Knox as winners last week playing to win again this week at the OHL Classic and due to this weak field both have a chance to be repeat winners.
- Thomas Aiken – 125 to 1 odds
Thomas Aiken has yet to win on the PGA Tour but he’s won three times on the European Tour. Aiken is listed here because his wife sometimes caddies for him and she is super hot. So watch for her if she is caddying this week for her hubby.
- John Huh – 125 to 1 odds
John Huh won the OHL Classic at Mayakoba in 2012. That remains his only PGA Tour win to date. This will be the 119 PGA tournament in John Huh’s career. Huh just finished tied for 39th at the Sanderson Farms Championship.
- Shawn Stefani – 100 to 1 odds
Shawn Stefani has yet to win on tour at age 33 but he did finish second in this tournament by himself last year. Stefani missed the cut last week at the Sanderson Farms Championship but he is 100 to 1 odds this week.
- Fred Funk – 500 to 1
Fred Funk is 59 years old and he has eight wins on the PGA Tour. Funk’s last win on tour was in this tournament in 2007. Funk was over 50 years old at the time and he’s the sixth oldest winner of a PGA Tournament.