Coupled with his tied for third finish at the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines last month, the 30-year-old has two top-five finishes in two starts this year.
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In his last three appearances in Mexico City, the 2016 U.S. Open victor has shot a combined 47 under the par and looks a good bet to secure a first win in a year, which incidentally came at the WCG Mexico Championship. I had a good chance to win in Mexico (last year), finished second.
Kurt Kitayama, United States - Former star at UNLV has won on the Euro Tour each of the last two years and finished T-28 in his first WGC event in November in China.
A six-time WGC victor, he now leads all of this year's participants following Tiger Woods' withdrawal. The 15-times major victor said he was so busy with the event that he was not really focused on Mexico City. Other top contenders on the WGC-Mexico odds for the week ahead include Jon Rahm (+1000), Justin Thomas (+1000), Webb Simpson (+1600), and Hideki Matsuyama (+2000). McIlroy, the 2015 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play champion, has three World Golf Championships victories to his credit including the 2019 World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions, where he defeated Xander Schauffele with a birdie on the first playoff hole.
It may seem slightly surprising to see Thomas as short as 10/1 given he missed the cut last week, failing to be involved in the final two days for the second time in three time starts, having missed the cut at the Sony Open in Hawaii last month.
At the similar time, then again, the 26-year-old has 5 top-five finishes, together with two wins, in his final 8 begins and completed 9th in Chapultepec final 12 months.
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Johnson is coming off a respectable 10th-place finish at last weekend's Gemini Invitational, but has failed to claim a win in 17 tournament appearances going into the 2020 WGC-Mexico Championship taking place this weekend at Club de Golf Chapultepec in Naucalpan, Mexico.
Tiger Woods was back to his best in 2019 with a stunning 15th major win at the US Masters, a record-equaling 82nd PGA Tour victory in Japan and then captaining the United States of America to glory in the Presidents Cup.
Tommy Fleetwood is a 20/1 shot as he makes his first appearance across the Atlantic in over six months.
Bubba Watson, United States - A two-time victor in the World Golf Championships, having captured the 2014 WGC-HSBC Champions and the 2015 WGC-Dell Match Play by beating Kevin Kisner in the final, 7 and 6, for two of his 14 top-10 results in the series. Those finishes may not pop, but it's worth noting that Ortiz sat inside the top-20 for over three rounds in a strong field at Riviera last week.
When it involves lengthy pictures, Sergio Garcia is an intriguing wager at 40/1.
Bubba Watson, in the meantime, is a 50/1 shot. The 2018 Masters champion has finished in the top-15 in the last three years at Chapultepec, including back-to-back top-10 finishes over the last two years.