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EXPERT PICKS: LIV GOLF’S BROADCAST TEAM PREDICTS THE MAYAKOBA WINNERS

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LIV Golf Staff
Feb 21 2023
- 5 Minutes

LIV Golf’s broadcasters weigh in with their picks for the individual and team winners at this week’s LIV Golf Mayakoba, the season opener for the 2023 LIV Golf League.

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Arlo White

INDIVIDUAL

Abraham Ancer – He produced a fabulous performance in the recent Saudi International, and I'm sure he'll feed off the fervor of his home fans to take his first LIV Golf title.

TEAM

Majesticks GC – Aside from my obvious bias towards my European brothers, Stenson and Poulter have shown some solid early-season form in Dubai and Saudi, while Westwood and Horsfield clearly thrive in our team format. Up the Majesticks!

David Feherty

INDIVIDUAL

Abraham Ancer – I like the way he’s been playing recently with the win and whatnot.

TEAM

RangeGoats GC – It’s the coolest name and I reckon Bubba will be a great captain. 

Jerry Foltz

INDIVIDUAL

Patrick Reed – Mayakoba doesn't require length or ultimate precision, but foul balls are penalized greatly. However, the short game is paramount around El Camaleón and Reed is a wizard.

TEAM

Fireballs GC – The Latin fire will be on bright display as the Fireballs will be highly motivated to win in Mexico.

Su-Ann Heng

INDIVIDUAL

Talor Gooch – He played solid at the Saudi International and is one of the most consistent players.

TEAM

4Aces GC – Patrick Reed is playing well and they’re the defending champs, so it’d be crazy to not pick them.

Troy Mullins

INDIVIDUAL

Abraham Ancer – Hot off of the Saudi International. Plus, he is of Mexican descent and has always mentioned his love for the Mayakoba event.

TEAM

4Aces GC – Because duh … oh, and Pat Perez is a past winner at Mayakoba in 2016.

Dom Boulet

INDIVIDUAL

Abraham Ancer – Playing great and playing at home and just won Saudi in magnificent fashion.

TEAM

Fireballs ­GC – With Ancer winning individual and Sergio Garcia playing well after knee surgery, there can be no other team.