I apologize in advance for the weakness of this article.
I will be doing a full Mayakoba Classic Six-pack in a while, and you will find my starting Yahoo fantasy lineup and results there.
It's match play this week at Dove Mountain, and the very best players in the world are there.
Before telling you my six pack to bet on, I thought I would do a quick run-through of my brackets.
This bracket shows some stiff competition. I like Westwood to face Goosen while Schwartzel and Laird will definitely go the distance. I think Westwood gets it done along with Charl Schwartzel. In the semis, look for Schwartzel to edge Westwood and move on to the final four.
MY PICK: Charl Schwartzel
The Hogan bracket to me has the BEST first round match-up. I love Stewart Cink to nip defending champ Ian Poulter in a match that will go the distance. From there, I see young Rickie Fowler knocking off Phil and facing a sneaky Ross Fisher in the quarter finals. Look for Fisher to advance.
MY PICK: Ross Fisher
In the Player bracket we have some serious talent. I predict the winner of this year's match play will emerge from this area. In the semis, look for Hunter Mahan to come up just short against Martin Kaymer. From there, I like the young gun Rory McIlroy to edge out the grizzled veteran Miguel Angel Jimenez. McIlroy will then battle Kaymer, but will pull away to win the Gary Player bracket.
MY PICK: Rory McIlroy
I heard they were thinking of re-naming this the Tiger Woods bracket, but that would be just wrong. There are a fair amount of question marks in this bracket, with one clear favorite. That always spells a recipe for, "upset central."
Although a major upset player could possibly emerge, I will not pick my bracket that way. In the semis, I like Harrington to square off with the red hot Bill Haas. Harrington will edge him out and move on. Paul Casey will make quick business of Ernie Els, and then do the same with Padraig Harrington to capture the Snead corner. I mean come on, this guy has been a runner up here the past two years!
MY PICK: Paul Casey
McIlroy will top Casey in 24 holes to face Charl Schwartzel who will crush Ross Fisher.
Fisher will lose to Casey and take fourth place, while Casey secures third in the consolation match.
I think we will have a grueling duel in the final match seeing McIlroy edge out Charl Schwartzel to win this years WGC Match Play Championship.
Now let's see who is in the betting six-pack...