Nov 11th, 2015
OHL Fantasy Challenge
Come on in, the grass is lovely!! And you can win a Golf Buddy GPS watch
Words: Nick Kevern & Tim Southwell Photography: Getty Images
Check out Editor Tim's team... you must be able to beat that!! And you can win a Golf Buddy watch!! PLUS the Golf Hacker's betting tips. Graeme McDowell at 33/1 anyone?
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Editor Tim's picks: Dont laugh!!
Click last year's winner Charley Hoffman here for tee times, runners & riders:
Betting Tips For OHL by Nick Kevern
The PGA travels to Mexico for the OHL Classic this week and features in this week's GolfPunk Fantasy League. Fancy joining up? No idea who at have in your team? Well don't panic...Golfhacker has some tips for you. Why? Well because I'm nice like that.
Charley Hoffman. 40/1 (Coral)
Charley Hoffman is the defending champion of this event. Not a particularly impressive start to the season by missing the cut at the Shriners but...being the defending champion must count for something right? Don't forget he came 3rd at the Deutsche Bank against a stronger field than this. At 40/1 he could be an interesting Each Way bet and well worth including in your fantasy team.
Graeme McDowell 30/1 (Ladbrokes)
GMac had a frustrating season by his standards last year but what better way start the new one than with a win eh? Stranger things have happened and the field doesn't include many top names. Form is temporary but class is permanent as they say. GMac is class...and will be seeking good form to get into that European Ryder Cup team.
Matt Kucher 12/1 (BetFair)
At 12/1 Kuch is the favourite. With a 2nd and 3rd place last year that winning feeling had deserted Kucher in 2015. But 9 top ten finishes shows he's consistent and expect him to do the same again. Could be your winner right here and should definitely be in your Fantasy Team.
Russell Knox 28/1 (Unibet)
Can he do it two weeks in a row? Winner of the WGC HSBC Champions in China last week has seen his price slashed since the win. Rightly so considering he beat the like of Spieth, Stenson and McIlroy. He will be high on confidence that's for sure and against a weaker field could make it in the top 10 for sure. Can he show that last week's victory was no one off?