The PGA Tour returns to Mexico for the second time this year, where a mix of seasoned professionals and rookies will compete for the World Wide Technology Championship this weekend. Who will take home the winner's cheque come Sunday?
Russell Henley will not be back to defend his title after a four-stroke victory over Brian Harman in 2022.
The El Cardonal at Diamante is the first Tiger Woods design golf course to feature on the PGA Tour.
Past Major winners who will tee on Thursday include Stewart Cink, Lucas Glover, Jason Dufner and Jimmy Walker. Also competing are three previous winners of this tournament: Matt Kuchar, Patton Kizzire, and Charley Hoffman.
These are our four selections that could win the title this weekend.
Ludvig Aberg has been making waves since turning professional on the PGA Tour and DP World Tour, compiling an impressive run of results in recent months by placing T14 at the Wyndham Championship, T4 at the D+D Real Czech Masters, victory at the Omega European Masters, T10 at the BMW PGA Championship, T2 at the Sanderson Farms Championship and T13 at the Shriners Children's Open.
Before that, the Swede finished T25 at the RBC Canadian Open, T24 at the Travelers Championship, T40 at the Rocket Mortgage Classic, T4 at the John Deere Classic, MC at the Scottish Open and T64 at the 3M Open.
While still an amateur this year, Aberg won several titles, such as the Prestige, the Valspar Collegiate, the Big 12 Men's Championship, and the NCAA Norman Regional.
The 23-year-old is making his debut at the World Wide Technology Championship.
Aberg has not finished outside the top 15 in his last six starts and will have a real chance of taking the title in Mexico, considering those excellent performances.
Lucas Glover was in tremendous form during the latter of last season on the PGA Tour, placing T20 at the RBC Canadian Open, MC at the Travelers Championship, T4 at the Rocket Mortgage Classic, T6 at the John Deere Classic and 5th at the Barbasol Championship.
He missed the cut at the 3M Open but bounced back with victory at the Wyndham Championship and the FedEx St. Jude Championship before finishing T22 at the BMW Championship and T18 at the Tour Championship.
Before that, Glover had been struggling with his game, missing the cut on multiple occasions, with his best results being T38 at the World Wide Technology Championship, T39 at the WM Phoenix Open, T51 at the Players Championship, T36 at the Valspar Championship and 45th at the Valero Texas Open.
The 43-year-old veteran has made three appearances at the World Wide Technology Championship, finishing T65 in 2013, MC in 2014, T5 in 2020 and T38 in 2022.
Glover has been in great form lately and will fancy his chances to pick up another PGA Tour title at the El Cardonal Golf Course at Diamante this weekend.
Beau Hossler was in contention to win his maiden PGA Tour title at the recent ZOZO Championship in Japan, finishing T2 overall.
Hossler was also in great touch before that performance, placing T6 at the Barracuda Championship, T13 at the 3M Open, MC at the Wyndham Championship, T20 at the FedEx St. Jude Championship, T30 at the Fortinet Championship, T28 at the Sanderson Farms Championship and T7 at the Shriners Children's Open.
Other noteworthy results by Hossler last season include finishing T21 at the RSM Classic, T11 at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, T14 at the WM Phoenix Open, 3rd at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, T10 at the Mexico Open and T24 at the Memorial Tournament.
The 28-year-old American has yet to make inroads at the World Wide Technology Championship, finishing T34 in 2017, MC in 2018, T41 in 2019 and MC in 2020.
Hossler looked like a winner in his last start and will be out for redemption in Mexico this weekend.
JJ Spaun has been thereabouts on the PGA Tour in recent months, placing T10 at the Barracuda Championship, T37 at the 3M Open, T38 at the Wyndham Championship, T24 at the FedEx St. Jude Championship, T11 at the Fortinet Championship, T46 at the Shriners Children's Open and T6 at the ZOZO Championship.
Other notable performances achieved by Spaun last season include finishing T15 at the RSM Classic, T5 at the Sentry Tournament of Champions, T12 at the Sony Open in Hawaii, T9 at the WGC Dell Technologies Match Play and T22 at the Valero Texas Open.
The American golfer has featured at the World Wide Technology Championship seven times, placing T28 in 2016, T14 in 2017, T3 in 2018, T80 in 2019, T65 in 2020, T27 in 2021 and T15 in 2022.
Spaun has produced solid results at this event and could upstage the others with the victory.