Kensei Hirata will join the action at the 2023 World Wide Technology Championship, a par-72, 7,363-yard event at El Cardonal at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. The event is set for November 2-4 and carries a $8,200,000.00 purse.
In his two tournaments during the past year, Hirata has a best finish of sixth and an average finish of sixth, with one top 10.
Keep reading for all the information you need to know about Hirata before the the 2023 World Wide Technology Championship, including how to catch the action live on TV or via live stream.
World Wide Technology Championship TV channel and live stream info
- Date: November 2-4, 2023
- Thursday Coverage: Golf Channel
- Friday Coverage: Golf Channel
- Saturday Coverage: Golf Channel
- Sunday Coverage: Golf Channel
- Location: Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
- Course: El Cardonal at Diamante
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World Wide Technology Championship coverage on Fubo and ESPN+
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Kensei Hirata stats and recent trends
- Hirata has finished in the top 10 in one of his last two appearances.
- Out of the last two tournaments he’s entered, he made the cut once.
- Hirata has finished with a score lower than the tournament average in one of his last two tournaments.
- He finished -6 relative to par the only time he made the cut.
Kensei Hirata at the 2023 World Wide Technology Championship
- This event will take place on a par 72 that clocks in at 7,363 yards, 360 yards longer than the average 7,003 yards for Tour stops over the past year.
- Hirata will take to the 7,363-yard course this week at El Cardonal at Diamante after having played courses with an average length of 7,230 yards over the past year.
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