OHL Classic at Mayakoba

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OHL Classic at Mayakoba
Tournament information
Location Playa del Carmen, Mexico
Established 2007
Course(s) El Camaleon Golf Club
Par 71
Length 6,987 yards (6,389 m)
Tour(s) PGA Tour
Format Stroke play
Prize fund $6,000,000
Month played November
Tournament record score
Aggregate 263 Harris English (2014)
To par −21 Harris English (2014)
Current champion
United States Harris English

The OHL Classic at Mayakoba is a PGA Tour golf tournament which was played for the first time in the week of February 19-25, 2007. It is the first PGA Tour event to be played in Mexico this decade. From 2007–2012, it was an alternate event played the same week as the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship, and a counting event for the FedEx Cup, but like other alternate events it only counted for half points. In 2008, the prize fund was US$3.5 million (with a first prize of $630,000), making it the richest golf tournament in Mexico.[1] Fred Funk won the inaugural 2007 event at the age of 50 years, 257 days, making him the oldest player to win a PGA Tour event in 32 years.[2]

The event will not be part of the 2013 season, instead it will move to the fall of 2013 to be part of the 2013–14 season as a primary event in the early part of the season, which starts in the month of October for the first time.[3] The new schedule will also be the first where the winner of the Mayakoba earns 500 FedEx Cup points and a Masters invitation.


Season Player Country Score To par 1st prize ($) Purse ($)
OHL Classic at Mayakoba
2014 Harris English  United States 263 −21 1,080,000 6,000,000
Mayakoba Golf Classic
2012 John Huh  United States 271PO −13 666,000 3,700,000
Mayakoba Golf Classic at Riviera Maya-Cancun
2011 Johnson Wagner  United States 267PO −17 666,000 3,700,000
2010 Cameron Beckman  United States 269 −15 648,000 3,600,000
2009 Mark Wilson  United States 267 −13 648,000 3,600,000
2008 Brian Gay  United States 264 −16 630,000 3,500,000
2007 Fred Funk  United States 266PO −14 630,000 3,500,000
  • PO Won in playoff

Note: Green highlight indicates scoring records. Starting in 2013, the tournament was moved to November and becomes part of the next season's regular season.


  1. ^ "Mayakoba Golf Classic". 
  2. ^ "Oldest PGA Tour winners". Retrieved May 14, 2009. 
  3. ^ "2013–14 PGA Tour schedule (2013 tournaments)". PGA Tour. December 12, 2012. Retrieved May 14, 2013. 

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Coordinates: 20°41′22″N 87°01′52″W / 20.6895°N 87.0312°W / 20.6895; -87.0312