The PGA Tour in Mazatlan Concludes
The maximum golf circuit in Latin America made a stop this week at Estrella del Mar Golf Club.
Mazatlán, México. March 8, 2020 – With the assistance of golfers from all over the world, the best overall results in many tournaments and a wonderful weather that favored all individual scores, concluded the fourth and final round of the PGA TOUR Latin America, the top golf tournament in Hispanic America.
144 professional golfers gathered at the Estrella del Mar resort, a beautiful course located on the Pacific Ocean beach of Mazatlán and designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., which recently had a major renovation, mainly in the greens.
The perfect prevailing climatic conditions and the high quality of participating golfers, marked from the beginning a fierce race for the lowest scores, so much so that the cut to move to the third round was defined in an incredible minus 7.
The fourth and final round began with a -19 of three players on top of the leaderboard, followed by 4 players at one-shot distance.
Only the 11 birdies that the Brazilian Alexandre Rocha scored in the final round, could do the difference to conquer the championship with a -29 in the sum of the four cards, followed by the Mexican Álvaro Ortiz Becerra three strokes away, and by the also Mexican Raúl Pereda an additional stroke away.
Many of the professionals participating in this PGA Tour tournament expressed that not only the excellent weather that Mazatlan always has helped the excellent scores, but also the great conditions of the golf courses.
In the last two years, the Colonial City on the Beach as it is known, has been characterized by its economic and tourist boom, with a large number of constructions and investments from both the public and private sectors, which includes international brand hotels, vacation condos, shopping centers, restaurants, the Mazatlán Boardwalk, the Olas Altas drive, the Historic Center, the Central Park, the North Beach, the Lighthouse, the Sister Cities Park, the Rafael Buelna main avenue, the main avenue of the hotel zone called Camarón Sábalo and the direct road connection between the tourist zone and the International Airport, among others. Its 20 kilometers of golden and sandy beaches, its gastronomy and the hospitality of its inhabitants remain the main attractions that keep the flow of visitors throughout the year.
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