After a week off, the PGA Tour heads south for the World Wide Technology Championship in Los Cabos, Mexico.
It’s the first of the final three events on the FedEx Cup Fall Series for 2023.
El Cardonal ranks 26th on the Golfweek’s Best 2023: Top 50 courses in Mexico, Caribbean, Atlantic islands and Central America list. It’s one of 11 courses in Cabo on that list. It’s also the first golf course designed by Woods, opening in 2014.
Russell Henley claimed his title at El Camaleon Golf Club near Cancun in 2022. Joining him in the field are Cameron Young, Sahith Theegala, European Ryder Cupper Ludvig Aberg and PGA Championship fan-favorite Michael Block. This will be Young’s first start since he tied for 15th at the BMW Championship. Theegala already has a win during the FedEx Cup Fall at the Fortinet Championship, his first Tour win.
Find the complete field for the 2023 World Wide Technology Championship below.
Field for next week's World Wide Technology Championship, the fifth event of the FedExCup Fall: pic.twitter.com/lTtpYaRN8o
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