Mayakoba Golf Classic
|Location||Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo, Mexico|
|Course(s)||El Camaleon Golf Club|
|Length||7,017 yards (6,416 m)|
|Tournament record score|
|Aggregate||261 Viktor Hovland (2021)|
261 Russell Henley (2022)
|To par||−23 as above|
The World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba is a professional golf tournament on the PGA Tour in Mexico, held at Playa del Carmen, south of Cancún. It debuted in February 2007 and was the first PGA Tour event in Mexico this century.
Originally an alternate event in late winter, the tournament was played the same week as the WGC Match Play event in Arizona. Mayakoba was part of the FedEx Cup, but only earned half the points of a regular event. The prize fund in 2007 was US$3.5 million (with a winner's share of $630,000), making it the richest golf tournament in Mexico.
Fred Funk, a winner four months earlier on the Champions Tour, took the inaugural event in a playoff over José Cóceres of Argentina. Funk was 50 years, 257 days of age and became the oldest player to win a PGA Tour event in nearly 32 years; Art Wall was about eleven months older when he won the Greater Milwaukee Open in July 1975.
In 2013, the event was moved to mid-November to be part of the 2014 season as a primary event in the early part of the season, which began in October for the first time. The tournament now offered full FedEx Cup points, a Masters invitation, and a large purse increase (over 60%, to $6 million). With the tour's new schedule, the Mayakoba event was not part of the abbreviated 2013 season.
|Year||Winner||Score||To par||Margin of
|World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba|
|2022||Russell Henley||261||−23||4 strokes||Brian Harman||8,200,000||1,476,000|
|2021||Viktor Hovland (2)||261||−23||4 strokes||Carlos Ortiz||7,200,000||1,296,000|
|Mayakoba Golf Classic|
|2020||Viktor Hovland||264||−20||1 stroke||Aaron Wise||7,200,000||1,296,000|
|2019||Brendon Todd||264||−20||1 stroke|| Adam Long
|2018||Matt Kuchar||262||−22||1 stroke||Danny Lee||7,200,000||1,296,000|
|OHL Classic at Mayakoba|
|2017||Patton Kizzire||265||−19||1 stroke||Rickie Fowler||7,100,000||1,278,000|
|2016||Pat Perez||263||−21||2 strokes||Gary Woodland||7,000,000||1,260,000|
|2015||Graeme McDowell||266||−18||Playoff|| Jason Bohn
|2014||Charley Hoffman||267||−17||1 stroke||Shawn Stefani||6,100,000||1,098,000|
|2013||Harris English||263||−21||4 strokes||Brian Stuard||6,000,000||1,080,000|
|Mayakoba Golf Classic|
|2012||John Huh||271||−13||Playoff||Robert Allenby||3,700,000||666,000|
|Mayakoba Golf Classic at Riviera Maya-Cancun|
|2011||Johnson Wagner||267||−17||Playoff||Spencer Levin||3,700,000||666,000|
|2010||Cameron Beckman||269||−15||2 strokes|| Joe Durant
|2009||Mark Wilson||267||−13||2 strokes||J. J. Henry||3,600,000||648,000|
|2008||Brian Gay||264||−16||2 strokes||Steve Marino||3,500,000||630,000|
|2007||Fred Funk||266||−14||Playoff||José Cóceres||3,500,000||630,000|
Note: Green highlight indicates scoring records.
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- "World Wide Technology Named Mayakoba Title Sponsor Through 2027". Yahoo! Finance. 19 July 2021. Retrieved 1 November 2021.