WW Technology Championship 2023
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WW Technology Championship 2023

WW Technology Championship 2023. Here's our preview, stats analysis and betting picks.

The WW Technology Championship 2023, marking the fifth rendezvous of the PGA Tour's 2023-24 wrap-around season, is soon to grace our calendars. Poised to unfurl from the 2nd to the 5th of November at the splendid El Cardonal at Diamante, this par-72 course, extending over 7,452 yards, promises both challenges and prospects for our esteemed golfers.

With World Wide Technology as gracious title sponsor, and El Cardonal—crafted with precision by none other than Tiger Woods—as our new venue, the stage is set. The WW Technology Championship 2023 shall host a gallant field of 132 players, each vying for a share of the generous $8.2 million purse and the coveted 500 FedEx Cup points.

Course & Chronicle

The El Cardonal at Diamante, nestled in the heart of Los Cabos—Mexico's crowning jewel—boasts breathtaking vistas of the Pacific Ocean and the Sierra de la Laguna mountains. Being Tiger Woods' inaugural design venture in 2014, this course stands as a testament to his legacy.

A fusion of strategic intellect and adept shot-making is the demand of this desert-style course, dotted with expansive fairways, undulating greens, and myriad bunkers and waste regions.

The championship has a rich tapestry of history, having been the pioneer PGA Tour event in Mexico. From its inception in 2007 as the Mayakoba Golf Classic at Riviera Maya-Cancun, the event has evolved, witnessed monumental moments, and has been graced by victors of repute.


  • What is the essence of the WW Technology Championship 2023?
    • A grand golfing fiesta scheduled from November 2 to 5, set in the heart of Mexico, and proudly sponsored by World Wide Technology.
  • Who are the favourites to grace the greens?
    • Noteworthy names include Cameron Young, Sahith Theegala and Ludvig Aberg as per the latest odds from Betfair Exchange.
  • What monetary accolade awaits the victor?
    • The triumphant golfer shall be endowed with $1,476,000, a noble 18% of the total purse of $8.2 million.

Betting card for the week

After few weeks of developing models and taking a break from sharing notes, we have a card to share. Remember to check Tools page for our model rankings here.

We are not investing more that 20% of our bankroll on the weekly basis and we are balancing the card during the tournament. Thus we'll focus on the Winner market which is pretty liquid.

🏆 Winners:
Here are the odds, bet sizes, and potential winnings for an exemplary 10€ per unit structure - it's rounded and works just as an example. Note that this structure is designed for active managing during the competition. We will report the managing part this week to this post and share the whole process and thinking next week.

UPDATE: We'll share the new models all picks and balanced picks in the table format next week. We'll also combine the top20 ranking models picks as a comparison / test group.

  • Ludvig Aberg, Odds: 10.5, Bet Size: €100.00, Potential Winnings: €950.00
  • Cameron Young, Odds: 14, Bet Size: €75.00, Potential Winnings: €975.00
  • Stephan Jaeger, Odds: 36, Bet Size: €28.00, Potential Winnings: €980.00
  • Emiliano Grillo, Odds: 38, Bet Size: €27.00, Potential Winnings: €999.00
  • J.J. Spaun, Odds: 38, Bet Size: €27.00, Potential Winnings: €999.00
  • Thomas Detry, Odds: 48, Bet Size: €21.00, Potential Winnings: €987.00
  • Chris Kirk, Odds: 50, Bet Size: €20.00, Potential Winnings: €980.00
  • Keith Mitchell, Odds: 55, Bet Size: €18.00, Potential Winnings: €972.00
  • Davis Riley, Odds: 65, Bet Size: €15.00, Potential Winnings: €960.00
  • Justin Suh, Odds: 65, Bet Size: €15.00, Potential Winnings: €960.00
  • Andrew Putnam, Odds: 75, Bet Size: €13.00, Potential Winnings: €962.00
  • Vince Whaley, Odds: 110, Bet Size: €9.00, Potential Winnings: €981.00
  • Tyler Duncan, Odds: 130, Bet Size: €8.00, Potential Winnings: €1,032.00
  • Greyson Sigg, Odds: 130, Bet Size: €8.00, Potential Winnings: €1,032.00
  • Will Gordon, Odds: 180, Bet Size: €6.00, Potential Winnings: €1,074.00
  • Brandt Snedeker, Odds: 730, Bet Size: €5.00, Potential Winnings: €3,645.00

⛳️ Top 20s:

Sahith Theegala: 2.2
Beau Hossler: 2.5
Luke List: 3.35
Lucas Herbert: 3.5
Davis Thompson: 3.4
Chris Gotterup: 3.95

Aiming for 3 unit profit this time with the confidence of recent results. Skipping top10s for managing the risk.

Updates for the selected winner market:
After considering the market cap of the selections and seeing that I could not fill some I ended up skipping Ludvig Åberg who'd be a profitable sell after 2 days of play.

Otherwise the selections from the list have looked decent but after tomorrow the card dived a bit (to about -35%). Depending on the risk level this could be a spot to limit the damage but since we are still on testing phase, we will take some risk and sell half of the positions from Suh & Gordon with min. 5/1 odds (if those popup in the market).

For the whole automated strategy (selecting almost all 44%+ players, meaning the players who are over 44% away from their peak form) the results are totally different. It would've yielded 20-40% ROI after rounds and the final round would be a freeroll with Kuchar & Villegas in the card. This new addition will be thoroughly explained when the testing phase continues.

Good luck!