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PGA Tour fall event moves from Mayakoba to El Cardonal

PGA Tour fall event moves from Mayakoba to El Cardonal

El Cardonal, a Tiger WoodsMexico’s PGA Tour announced Tuesday that the World Wide Technology Championship will take place at a Mexican-designed course.

The agreement between the PGA Tour and Mayakoba was designed by LIV Golf CEO Greg NormanAfter 2022, the era ended. Mayakoba hosted LIV Golf’s 2023 season opener in February.

El Cardonal can be found at Diamante Cabo Santa Lucas in the Mexican state Baja California Sur. It was opened in 2014 and is the first Woods-designed golf course. The date of the 2023 event remains to be determined, but it will be part the fall schedule.

The 2007 World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba became the first PGA Tour event held outside of the United States and Canada.

This fall, El Cardonal will host the event. It will feature 132 golfers competing to win 500 FedExCup Points on a par 72, 7,300-yard layout that Woods grew up on.

The PGA Tour’s season ending playoffs conclude in August. The autumn events determine the top 125 eligibility for FedExCup Season 2, which begins in January.

This report was compiled by Reuters, The Associated Press, and others.