PGA LatinoAmerica Tour Championship

PGA LatinoAmerica Tour Championship

December 1-6 2015
East Course, TPC Dorado Beach


PGA TOUR Latinoamérica is a professional tour initially consisting of 15 events played in seven countries across Latin America. In 2015, PGATOUR Latinoamérica will likely have up to 16 events on the schedule.

Latinoamérica Tour Championship players will be competing for not only the individual tournament titles but for prime position on the Order of Merit. The top finishers on the season-ending Order of Merit will earn access to the next level of professional golf, the Tour, for the following season.

Latinoamérica Tour Championship events will be 72-hole stroke play tournaments consisting of fields of up to 60 players. The fields will consist primarily of the top professionals in the region.

The top 60 players at the conclusion of the Lexus Peru Open qualify for the season-ending, invitational Tour Championship at Dorado Beach Resort in Puerto Rico. The race for “Los Cinco” will be determined in this limited field event contested at the Dorado Beach’s East Course in Puerto Rico.

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