We run through the main golf tournaments every week and this week there is just one in the shape of the World Golf Championship – Mexico.
This includes facts, odds and picks from our own golfing professional Cliff Jackson with odds from 32Red.
WORLD GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP – MEXICO
- Club de Golf Chapultepec, Mexico
- First staged in 1999
- Defending Champion: Dustin Johnson
OVERVIEW: The WGC Mexico is the first of the four World Golf Championship events and is one of the most prestigious of the year, given the top-50 players are all invited.
The field is strong as you would expect for any WGC event and includes 42 of the top-50 and four of the top-five. World number Rory McIlroy enters as favourite, although defending champion Dustin Johnson is not far behind in the betting.
— México Championship (@WGCMexico) February 19, 2020
Our resident golf expert is Cliff Jackson. Cliff is a leading youth coach and PGA professional at the famed Seaton Carew Links – one of the oldest courses in the world.
Another top-ten pick last week so let’s see if we can keep this up. I am going for Dustin Johnson to go well again, the defending champion plays well in the WGC in general.
And also I am going to go with a player I have always liked in Collin Morikwa, he could be a real danger in this one.