As the tournament's 15th anniversary edition draws near, the World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba is poised to host its strongest field ever as currently seven of the top-20 players in the Official World Golf Ranking are confirmed. World no. 7 Justin Thomas leads a power-packed list of international stars who will tee it up at El Camaleón Golf Course at the Mayakoba resort November 4-7 in Mexico's pioneering PGA TOUR event.

In addition to Thomas, tournament officials today announced confirmations from Tony Finau (#11 in the world ranking), Harris English (#14), Tyrrell Hatton (#17) and Billy Horschel (#20). Last week, Mexico's Abraham Ancer (#12) and defending champion Viktor Hovland (#15) were announced and confirmed to compete on Mexico's Riviera Maya.

Additionally, European stars Matt Fitzpatrick, Sergio Garcia, Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson will make their tournament debut as they tee it up at Mayakoba for the first time. Dynamic young American stars Matthew Wolff and Will Zalatoris will also compete at the World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba with Wolff making his tournament debut as well.

"This field is so exciting," said Tournament Director Joe Mazzeo. "With such a compelling mix of highly-ranked stars, both veteran and youth, it shapes up to be our best field ever. Beyond just being great players, there are some truly incredible personalities who will make for a fun and thrilling competition. It's a wonderful way to welcome our new Title Sponsor World Wide Technology and showcase what many in the game of golf have known for a long time now—that Mayakoba and this tournament are truly special."

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