Cabo San Lucas will be the new host of the PGA, replacing Cancun’s Mayakoba Golf course. The Tiger Woods design, El Cardonal will host the tournament’s greatest players in one of Mexico’s hottest vacation spots!
The PGA Tour announced on March 28, 2023 that the 2023 World Wide Technology Championship will be moved from Mayakoba to El Cardonal Course located at Diamante Cabo San Lucas in the Mexican state of Baja California Sur. The tournament will be played from November 2-5, 2023.
The move was made due to a number of factors, including:
The desire to expand the PGA Tour’s presence in Mexico. The World Wide Technology Championship is the only PGA Tour event currently held in Mexico, and the move to Los Cabos will give the tournament a larger audience.
The desire to play the tournament on a more challenging course. El Cardonal is a par-72, 7,300-yard course that is designed to test the best golfers in the world.
The desire to partner with a new sponsor. World Wide Technology is a $17 billion global technology solutions provider, and the company is excited to partner with the PGA Tour to bring the World Wide Technology Championship to Los Cabos.
The move to Los Cabos is a positive development for the PGA Tour and for the city of Los Cabos. The tournament will provide a major economic boost to the region, and it will also help to raise the profile of Los Cabos as a golf destination.
Here are some additional details about the move:
The PGA Tour and World Wide Technology have signed a five-year agreement to hold the World Wide Technology Championship at Diamante Cabo San Lucas.
The tournament will be played on the El Cardonal Course, which was designed by Tiger Woods.
The purse for the tournament will be $7.5 million.
The tournament will be televised on Golf Channel in the United States and on Golf Channel Latin America in Mexico