The World Wide Technology Championship is the PGA Tour's fall Mexico event, with the tournament having been played at different points in the schedule though now it's currently played in the fall portion of the schedule.
The event, which was first played in 2007, has become a welcome sight in the fall slate of the PGA Tour schedule, with top players often making the trip for a laid-back week in Mexico.
The event had been played at the same Greg Norman-designed golf course, El Camaleon, since its inception, but in 2023 the tournament moved to the Tiger Woods-designed El Cardonal at Diamante Resort in Los Cabos.
Viktor Hovland has the most wins in the event's history, with two in back-to-back years.
World Wide Technology Championship format
The World Wide Technology Championship is played over four days, and there is a cut for the qualifying field.
The open field of 132 players is reduced to the top 65 and ties for the final two rounds of the event. At the end of the 72-hole event, the lowest score wins.
World Wide Technology Championship host courses
- 2007-2022: El Camaleon Golf Course
- 2023-present: El Cardonal Golf Course
World Wide Technology Championship past sponsors
The World Wide Technology Championship has seen different names and sponsors over the years.
- 2007-2011: Mayakoba Golf Classic at Riviera Maya-Cancun
- 2013-2017: OHL Classic at Mayakoba
- 2012, 2018-2020: Mayakoba Golf Classic
- 2021-present: World Wide Technology Championship
World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba history & results
|2023||Erik Van Rooyen||261||−27||2||$8,200,000|
|2021||Viktor Hovland (2)||261||−23||4||$7,200,000|