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Final round
Scores from the
WGC Mexico

Phil Mickelson -16
Won in play-off

Justin Thomas -16
Rafael Cabrera Bello -15
Tyrrell Hatton -15
Brian Harman -13
Kiradech Aphibarnrat -13
Dustin Johnson -12
Sergio Garcia -12
Adam Hadwin -10
Bubba Watson -10
Shubhankar Sharma -10

Final round
betting odds
WGC Mexico

Shubhankar Sharma 4/1
Dustin Johnson 5/1
Phil Mickelson 6/1
Sergio Garcia 6/1
Tyrrell Hatton 8/1
Rafa Cabrera Bello 10/1
Justin Thomas 12/1
Pat Perez 16/1
Xander Schauffele 16/1
Brian Harman 18/1
Jordan Spieth 50/1
Marc Leishman 80/1
Tony Finau 80/1
Brendan Steele 150/1
Charley Hoffman 150/1
Kiradech Aphibarnrat 150/1
Bubba Watson 200/1
Jon Rahm 200/1
Kevin Kisner 250/1
Rickie Fowler 250/1
Jhonattan Vegas 300/1
Kyle Stanley 300/1
Adam Hadwin 500/1
Daniel Berger 500/1
Paul Casey 500/1
Ross Fisher 500/1
Adam Bland 750/1
Alex Noren 750/1
Patton Kizzire 750/1
Tommy Fleetwood 750/1


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Review & Betting Guide for the WGC Mexico Championship


Dustin Johnson
Dustin Johnson
James Kennedy

Phil Mickelson
Phil Mickelson
Corn Farmer

Tommy Fleetwood
Tommy Fleetwood
Asian Tour

Keegan Bradley
Thomas Pieters
James Kennedy

Ross Fisher
Ross Fisher
Cyrille Bertin

Joost Luiten
Joost Luiten
James Kennedy

Luke Donald
Jorge Campillo
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This week’s host is the Club de Golf Chapultepec, which is located just 10-miles from downtown Mexico City. Willie Smith a Scotsman who won the US Open Championship in 1899 designed the course that opened for play in 1921 and hosted the Mexican Open Championship 14-times between its inception in 1944 up until 1960.

Unfortunately Willie died of pneumonia in 1916 before the course was completed, fortunately another US Open Champion was on hand to take up the reins, Alex Smith – Willies brother – who won the US Open twice in 1906 and 1910 completed his brothers vision of a tight tree lined design. The course was completely redesigned by Percy Clifford in 1972, leaving little trace of its original layout.

There could certainly be some fireworks at the start of the rounds this weekend and especially for any challengers to the lead who want to get off to a quick start. The first is hole is a driveable par-4, while the final hole is just 388-yards played uphill and when you add in the altitude – the course its at 2.370 km altitude above sea level – both will surely make their mark on the tournament come Sunday.

Other highlights on the front nine include the long par four 4th that plays downhill and doglegs left, and the uphill par five 6th. The uphill 15th starts to bring the course to a fitting crescendo and along with the 16th and 17th offer a stern test before what will be a risk and reward 18th.

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My tips to win:

As has been the case in most of the top events over the last two years, Dustin Johnson 13/2 – with Ladbrokes – will be the man to beat again this week. Although he didn’t challenge at the Genesis Open while defending that title lets not forget he did finish inside the Top 20 and shot a third round 64 and he has already had a win and another runner-up so far this year, from his three starts.

A Top 5 finish for Tommy Fleetwood 16/1 – with Coral – at the weekend should see the Scouser full of confidence again this week and this is one of the reasons why I will be sticking with him this week. Tommy had a runner-up finish here last year firing two final rounds of 66 and with defending his Abu Dhabi title and two other Top 6 finishes on the European Tours wraparound season, he is in fantastic form at the moment.

How many fairways will Phil Mickelson 25/1 – PaddyPower – hit this week and does it really matter for the escapologist. Phil’s short game never seems to let him down and with three Top 6 finishes from his last three starts the Californian will be in confident mood. Mickelson always likes to have a win to his name before reaching Augusta and with a Top 10 finish here last year and a restricted field with no cut, I am sure he will be in the thick of it again this weekend.

My each-way tips:

Thomas Pieters 40/1 – with Bet365 – started this year with a Top 5 in Abu Dhabi and then moved over to the PGA Tour after the Dubai Desert Classic, where he has progressed over his last two start and should come into this week in confident mood after a Top 15 finish at The Honda Classic. Thomas had a Top 5 finish here last year firing all four rounds in the 60s including three 68s and will no doubt be looking forward to teeing it up here again this week.

This was the first tournament I see Ross Fisher 60/1 – with BoyleSport – using his Spider putter, he may have had it before that, but it was the first event that I see him use it and I must say it was like a magic wand in his hand that week and it helped him take third spot, it also helped Ross finish in the Top 6 of the first three WGC events. Fisher started this year with a runner-up finish in Abu Dhabi and has not played since the Dubai Desert Classic, but I think he will be looking forward to this week.

My outside tip:

I was surprised to see Joost Luiten 110/1 – with Bet365 – this far down the betting odds after winning in Oman two weeks ago and having a Top 25 finish here last year. Joost is one of those players who just loves hunting flags and when he gets the putter going can be unstoppable, he is in good form at the moment and coming back to a course he played well on last year.

Longer odds:

Try Jorge Campillo 250/1 – with BetFred – who has two Top 5 finishes from his last two starts on the European Tour

As always good luck

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