The Colorado Golf Association is pleased to announce a unique member event courtesy of our partnership with Vidanta Resorts. Represent Colorado golfers of all abilities to play against other states from the USA and Mexico in this two-person, three-day championship; foursomes (best ball), four-ball (modified alternate shot), and two-person scramble. CGA Members with an active Handicap Index are eligible to participate.
The event will be played April 27 - 29 at the Nicklaus Design and Norman Signature golf courses at Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta. Men and women amateur golfers from the United States and Mexico with a verifiable Handicap Index are now invited to register for the tournament.
Tournament packages with accommodations start at $1,894/player or without accommodations available for $995/player. Local Colorado players are already signed up to play. Join us and represent Colorado!
TOURNAMENT PACKAGE INCLUDES
ABOUT GRUPO VIDANTA
Founded in 1974 by the tourism industry's leading visionary, Daniel Chávez Morán, Grupo Vidanta is the preeminent developer and resort operator in Mexico and Latin America specializing in vacation destinations, luxury hotel brands, golf courses, real estate, tourism infrastructure and entertainment. The company owns and operates multiple properties in Mexico's most sought-after beach destinations including Nuevo Vallarta, Riviera Maya, Los Cabos, Acapulco, Puerto Peñasco, Puerto Vallarta, and Mazatlán. Vidanta's portfolio is also comprised of six distinct resort hotel brands - Grand Luxxe, The Grand Bliss, The Grand Mayan, The Bliss, Mayan Palace, and Sea Garden. From AAA Five Diamond award-winning hotels to an internationally recognized collection of golf courses throughout Mexico, Grupo Vidanta continually pioneers innovative partnerships, including collaborations with Cirque du Soleil to create JOYÀ (a first-of-its kind experience in Riviera Maya); Nicklaus Designs to develop three renowned Jack Nicklaus golf courses; and Greg Norman Golf Course Design to debut the newest pro course in the collection at Nuevo Vallarta. In addition to being the largest golf course developer in Mexico, Grupo Vidanta has also developed Mexico's first privately built and owned airport in Puerto Peñasco.
Frequently named among the "Best Companies to Work for in Mexico," Vidanta maintains a strong commitment to its 15,000 employees, and surrounding communities, through its progressive mission dedicated to environmental and philanthropic efforts, including its long-established non-profit foundations, Fundación Vidanta and Fundación Delia Morán. For more information, visit www.grupovidanta.com.