2023 Mexico Open: Format, Field, Odds
It’s time for a fiesta South of the border in beautiful Puerto Vallarta. Instead of taking the week off like many of the PGA Tour players, Jon Rahm is back to defend his title. Let’s get ready for the 2023 Mexico Open with a quick breakdown of the tournament below.
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Mexico Open Format
We’re back to the tour regular stroke play format after the foursome/four-ball format used last week at the Zurich Open. Stroke play is where golfers compete against the field attempting to be as far under par as possible.
Players will battle it out the first two days trying to the make the weekend cut. Allowing them to ability to compete for the tournament trophy. The winner is the golfer with the best overall score after the full four rounds.
Mexico Open History and Former Winners
Date, Schedule, & Tee Time
The 2023 Mexico Open is Thursday, April 27th through Sunday, April 30th.
The tournament will tee-off at 8:45 AM EST from the world renowned Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta Resort.
2023 Mexico Open Field
Many of the top ranked players are taking a vacation this week. But world no.1 Jon Rahm is not one of them. He returns to defend his 2022 Mexico Open win and is one of just three golfers ranked inside the OWGR top 50.
In total, there are eight players ranked inside the top 100 in the field. And three times that many unranked entries for the event. Check out the whole field HERE.
Mexico Open Odds
With the field being one of the weaker ones, the defending champ Jon Rahm has opened as a huge favorite. While Tony Finau, who finished just one shot behind him last year, is the only player with odds shorter than +1800.
You can see the opening odds board HERE.
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