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The Tour Report

November 12 2013

2:57 PM

Featured groups: OHL Classic


The OHL Classic at Mayakoba is the last event before a six-week break in the PGA TOUR's new 2013-14 wrap-around schedule. It's also the last chance for anyone not qualified for the winners-only Hyundai Tournament of Champions to earn a spot in the field at Kapalua in January.

Here are some groups PGATOUR.COM thinks are worth watching during the first two rounds. You can use the comments section below to let us know which pairings most interest you.

Ryan Moore, John Huh, Jhonattan Vegas: Huh is the defending champion, while Moore won last month in a playoff at the CIMB Classic. Vegas is making his third start of the new season after missing most of last year with an injury.

Mark Wilson, Charles Howell III, Robert Allenby: Wilson has also won this tournament, while Howell has a history of playing well in the fall. Allenby has missed two of his three cuts in the new season, but he played well in Mexico in 2012, losing in a playoff.

Tim Clark, Davis Love III, Alvaro Quiros: Clark was sensation in his last round, shooting a 62 Sunday at Sea Island, where he came up one stroke short of forcing a playoff. Quiros, meanwhile, is making his first PGA TOUR since The Open Championship. He missed the early part of the year recovering from wrist surgery and spent the rest of the year playing in Europe.

Brian Gay, Johnson Wagner, Darren Clarke: Gay is making his fourth start in a fourth different country over the last four weeks. He's also coming off a fourth-place finish at Sea Island. Clarke, meanwhile, continues his PGA TOUR slate after a T65 last week.