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DFS golf heads to the scenic El Camaleón Golf Club in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, for the OHL Classic, an event that has witnessed only two champions under the age of 30 since its inception nine years ago. .Our experts have put together the players they believe have the skills to succeed and provide big fantasy point totals. This weeks panel is comprised of Bob Harig, Jason Sobel, Jonathan Coachman and Michael Collins as well as FantasyGolfInsiders Jeff Bergerson, Zach Turcotte, Taras Pitra and Jason Rouslin.Note: Golfer salaries listed are for DraftKings.Bob Harig -- Jon Rahm ($10,700)The former Arizona State golfer has made the most of his short time as a professional, earning a spot on the PGA Tour this season by finishing among the top 125 in Fedex points despite not being a PGA Tour member. Hes started this season with ties for 15th in both of his starts, including last week in Las Vegas.Jason Sobel -- Keegan Bradley ($10,000)Not gonna lie: Id forgotten Graeme McDowell won this event last year until I checked recently. Im going to keep my pick along those lines, taking another former major champion and Ryder Cup player whose game had suffered a bit of a tailspin but is now enjoying a bit of an uptick. Bradley owns top-10 finishes in each of his past two starts and should have plenty of confidence at a tournament where he finished T-8 last year.Michael Collins -- Jason Bohn ($7,600)In the three years the tournament has been held at this venue, Bohn had finishes of T-2, T-7 and T-3. Id say hes pretty comfortable down there. If you remember, last year Bohn lost in a playoff at Mayakoba and then in February suffered a heart attack.Jonathan Coachman -- Russell Knox (DK $11,800)These days, and with this field, its hard to pick against Knox. He has really started to come into his own, and he should have been on the European Ryder Cup team. In a fall event where its easy to start looking toward the holidays, Knox seems to play his best golf and I believe that he will win this week.Taras Pitra -- Johnson Wagner (DK $8,400)Wagner has quietly performed well in hitting a high number of birdies this season. He has also been excellent with his midrange approach shots and historically plays the par-4 holes well. I say quietly because the only thing anyone ever notices about Johnson is his mustache, or lack thereof. Wagner makes for a strong cash play with GPP upside this week as he has made four of five cuts, including a win in 2011.Jeff Bergerson -- Ryan Blaum ($6,900)One of the quieter rookies so far on the Tour, Blaum has nevertheless established himself as a player to be on the lookout for during the rest of the season. Blaum has made the cut in all three events this season and finished no lower than 31st. As a bonus, Blaum finished 29th at Mayakoba a year ago, giving us a nice value his weekZach Turcotte -- Charles Howell III ($7,500)Following his 15th-place finish a week ago at The Shriners, it appears that CH III is back on board with being a solid cut-maker with upside. We are hoping to grab him this week at a little bit of a discount. Last season, Howell was a fixture of the top 25 and he is a strong candidate to do it again this week on a course where he has made six of seven cuts and finished in the top 20 in five of his last six starts.Jason Rouslin -- Aaron Wise ($6,400)The reining NCAA champion almost had his breakthrough last week in Sin City, even holding the lead at one point before finishing 10th, but nonetheless he earns another start because of the good play. A hot putter, good ball striking and a maintained level of emotions will all be big factors this weekend, but at this salary Wise is definitely worth a long look. . Arsenal failed to take full advantage of its main rivals stumbles on Saturday as substitute Gerard Deulofeu levelled with a hard shot from a tight angle in the 84th minute to give Everton a deserved point. Ahead of a crucial fortnight that will see them play against Napoli in the Champions League, Manchester City and Chelsea, Arsenal leads by five points ahead of Liverpool and Chelsea. . Robredo, ranked No. 16, bounced back from an upset loss to Leonardo Mayer in the second round of the Royal Guard Open in Chile last week to down Carreno Busta in 1 hour, 25 minutes. On a day filled mostly with qualifying matches, fifth-seeded Marcel Granollers of Spain also entered the second with a 7-5, 3-6, 6-2 win over Aljaz Bedene of Slovenia, while Guido Pella of Argentina defeated Guillermo Garcia-Lopez of Spain 7-6 (6), 6-4 to advance. . Takahashi, who had a 10-point lead after the short program, received 268.31 points after the free skate to finish 15 points ahead of second-place Nobunari Oda. ATHENS, Greece -- Michel Platini reluctantly handed over the reins of power in European soccer to Aleksander Ceferin, a little-known Slovenian lawyer who won the UEFA presidential election by a landslide on Wednesday.Ceferin will complete Platinis four-year term through 2019 while the disgraced former France captain returns to his FIFA-imposed exile to continue serving a four-year ban over an improper payment.Before Ceferin beat UEFA vice president Michael van Praag 42-13 in the secret ballot, Platini was given special dispensation by FIFAs ethics judge to bid farewell to European soccer leaders. Platini assured UEFA delegates he has a clear conscience over the legitimacy of the 2 million Swiss francs ($2 million) he received from FIFA in 2011 that led to his downfall four years later.After Platini was initially suspended last October by FIFA, a political vacuum opened up in European soccer that was capitalized on by the elite clubs to influence the future of the Champions League. Ceferins immediate challenge is to heal the rifts created by the secret deal, which he opposes, to increase guaranteed Champions League places for clubs from the powerful leagues of England, Spain, Germany, and Italy.The most important thing is to give that leadership back to UEFA that clearly we have not had since Michel Platini had to step down last year, UEFA vice president David Gill said.With only 2 1/2 years until having to renew his mandate, Ceferin will have little time to waste to convince UEFAs members it was right to entrust someone with only five years of experience around the governing body with its top job.Some people may have said that I am not a leader, that I am too young and too inexperienced to become the next UEFA president, said Ceferin, a father-of three from Ljubljana. Its not because you repeat again and again, loud and clear `I am a leader that you are a leader. If you have to do it you are probably not a leader.Ceferin, aged 48, said combining running a law firm in the former Yugoslav republic of Slovenia with leading the countrys soccer federation since 2011 required him to be creative, strong and inspiring.You can say that I am young and experienced but I honestly think it disrespectful for all small and medium-sized federations who, 365 days a year, have to do more with less, Ceferin said.Reinhard Grindel, the German federation president, viewed Ceferins election as a vote against the UEFA establishment, including Van Praag of the Nettherlands. This big majority shows that a lot of FAs ... have a wish to get a new dynamic in UEFA from outside the executive committee, Grindel said. Michael van Praag had seven years the chance to give a lot of reform ideas in his work in the executive committee and he did not.So a lot of my colleagues think, focusing on his speech today, that it is a problem to say now `Lets start very new at zero after being part of the executive committee for seven years.Ceferin is the seventh president in the 62-year history of UEFA, which every four years organizes the European Championship -- the wealthiest competition between national teams after the World Cup. He said he speaks five languages, is a black belt in karate, and has crossed the Sahara Desert five times, four by car and once on motorbike.He will take charge at UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland, after a campaign clouded by accusations that he was being assisted by Gianni Infantino, the organizations general secretary before being elected FIFA president in February.Ceferins campaign emerged in May, shortly after Infantino traveled to Slovenia to open a national soccer center. Weeks later, FIFA appointed Tomaz Vesel as an independent auditor overseeing its billion-dollar annual income -- and Infantinos salary and bonuses. Vesel is also from Slovenia and plays on a veterans soccer team with Ceferin.Infantino said it was a pity critics suggested he influenced the election of one of soccers six regional confederations that sit under FIFA.This is an insult on the intelligence of all the national associations and those who are voting, Infantino said after the vote. You have seen there was a democratic process.Infantino was separated on the front row from Platini, whose self-proclaimed destiny he assumed by becoming FIFA president.Despite being banned from holding any position of power or involvement in soccer, Platini was allowed by FIFAs ethics judge to address UEFA delegates on Wednesday as a gesture of humanity.Be assured that I have a clear conscience, that Im convinced I did not make the slightest mistake, and that Im continuing the legal battle, Platini said. I want to thank everyone in this room who had the courage and loyalty to support me during the past months.---Rob Harris is at and Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China ' ' '