PHOTOS: Club de Golf Chapultepec in Mexico

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This week, the WGC-Mexico Championship introduces Tour players to Club de Golf Chapultepec, a venerable, tree-lined 1920s track near Mexico City.
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It boasts slender fairways, uphill closing holes and compelling views of the capital (aka The City of Palaces)."
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Roberto De Vicenzo, Ben Crenshaw and Jay Haas all won Mexican Open titles here.
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The course sits 7,300 feet above sea level, meaning that the ball will travel farther here than more low-lying courses.
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Because of the elevation change, the course rewards precision over distance.
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Club de Golf Chapultepec is a 7,330-yard par 71 course.
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There are only two water hazards on the course.
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The first Mexico Open was hosted here in 1944 and offered a $2,500 prize for first place.