Puerto Vallarta is part of the PGA Tour golf tournament circuit that saw the Mexico Open kick off on April 28th and concludes on May 1st. In addition, this tourist destination will remain as the venue for the next 3 years.
Since Vidanta Group is the new sponsor of the tournament that takes place in Mexico, the name of the said tournament has changed to Mexico Open at Vidanta. In other words, previously, the tournament was the Mexican Golf Open, which has been held since 1944 and now has its first edition at the Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta complex.
Currently, 132 professional players have gathered at the Vidanta Vallarta golf course to compete for a purse of 7.3 million dollars, 500 FedExCup points, and an invitation to the 2023 Masters. The participants compete on a golf course with a design by Greg Norman, which consists of 7,456 yards, and a par of 71.
According to Iván Chávez, executive vice president of Vidanta Group, "the Vidanta Vallarta golf course will represent new challenges for players and the Mexico Open at Vidanta will consolidate itself as the best sporting and social event in Latin America."
Likewise, the organizers foresee that the Mexico Open at Vidanta and its international promotion will generate a significant economic benefit for Bahía de Banderas, Nayarit, and Jalisco.
For its part, the Vidanta Golf segment of Vidanta Group is the leading golf course developer in Latin America that takes care of every detail to offer golfers the incredible experience of practicing their sport in paradise.
Its fields are designed by professionals and experts in the sport; It offers the best facilities for practices, as well as different options to eat and relax, along with shops to buy clothing and golf items.
Vidanta Golf has courses in different parts of Mexico, such as: Nuevo Vallarta, Riviera Maya, Los Cabos, Acapulco and Puerto Peñasco.
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