» Other Tours
Home » Archive by category 'Other Tours'

Zayra Calderon, CEO of the Duramed FUTURES Tour, traveled to Guadalajara to gibe quite an important news; for the first time in it’s 30 year history, the FUTURES will have an event in Mexico, specifically in Puerto Vallarta. It will be played at the El Tigre Golf and Country Club situated at Riviera Nayarit; it was designed by Robert von Hagge. The inaugural Mexico Classic will have 3 rounds (54 holes) and will take place from March 22 to 28. Besides,... Read More »

The LPGA isn’t the only tour that has been affected by the financial crisis, which reflects in fewer tournaments and less sponsors. Thus, the European Tour announced early this week that the calendar for the 2010 campaign will have some changes. The tour was established in 1971, when John Jacobs was named PGA Director of Tournaments. The modifications to next year’s schedule were a complete surprise, mainly because 3 traditional events won’t... Read More »

Just as it was expected, last Friday the IOC approved the inclusion of golf into Rio de Janeiro 2016 program. The news buried other sport’s hopes, such as baseball, softball, squash, karate and others.Golf debuted in Paris 1900 and the last time it was part of the Olympic Games was in St. Louis 1904. Golf’s comeback isn’t a surprise, the International Golf Federation used as many resources as it had and had the best players in the world to speak... Read More »

Today around noon the IOC announced that the venue for the 2016 Olympic Games will be Rio de Janeiro.The question here is: how is this related to golf?, a sport which is basically making its return to the programme after more than 100 years, unless something weird happen next week when the Committee votes (October 9th). Talking about golf, Rio de Janeiro doesn’t have a huge structure or lots of tough course, actually there are only 2 that migh... Read More »