The First Tee at The OHL Classic at Mayakoba

This week the Tour moves to one its more classier hosts, The El Camaleon Golf Club in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico. Last year's champion, Graeme McDowell, is in the field and will be looking to make his mark as the first defending champion in tournament history. The course itself plays to the strengths of ball-strikers and veteran players, generally speaking, although it is worth noting that there are plenty of young guns in the field who have the skillset to win the tournament this week.

The El Camaleon Golf Club opened for play in 2004, and the chief architect of the design was none other than The Shark, Greg Norman. The course is situated on a beautiful piece of land that borders the Gulf of Mexico, with little having to be done aesthetically to create a round that you would remember for the rest of your life. Several of the holes are literally yards away from the beach and the water, which adds to the drama come Sunday afternoon. If there is one tournament you that you don't want to miss watching in HD, it is this one, as I can't think of a more gorgeous setting this side of Pebble Beach.

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