With the Mexico Open at Vidanta coming up between April 27-30, here are all the key details you need to know in order to prepare for the tournament, including how Jon Rahm won last year and insights about the course.
Vidanta Vallarta, Vallarta, Mexico
7,456; par 71
262 – Austin Smotherman (2018)
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The Greg Norman Signature Course at Vidanta Vallarta opened in 2016. Paspalum grass covers the entire layout, which winds along the Ameca River and provides views of the Sierra Madre mountains from almost every hole.
Notable Course Features
The course has large landing areas, but sandy waste areas and numerous water hazards await to catch shots that stray too far. The water also adds a strategic element to many holes, as do the bunkers that dot the course.
Grupo Salinas, the tournament host, supports First Tee Mexico, a nonprofit organization for children and youth development, whose mission is to positively change stories of children in Mexico, providing educational programs that build character, promote values and healthy options through golf. First Tee Mexico was founded in 2017 and has expanded to nine chapters.