Following a sabbatical attributable to COVID-19 issues, Augusta Nationwide Golf Membership introduced Thursday that the Latin America Beginner Championship will return in 2022.
Based by the Masters Match, USGA and R&A in 2014, the occasion’s mission is to present a platform to the game in South America, Central America, Mexico and the Caribbean. Subsequent 12 months’s occasion will probably be contested starting on Jan. 20 at Casa de Campo’s Tooth of the Canine course within the Dominican Republic.
“We’re extremely excited to welcome the area’s high amateurs again to Casa de Campo, because the Latin America Beginner Championship returns to kind,” stated Andres Pichardo Rosenberg, president of Casa de Campo. “Tooth of the Canine is each a fantastic and difficult championship venue, and our staff relishes the chance to proceed our fantastic partnership with the Masters Match, the R&A and the USGA and showcase the ever-expanding expertise in our area.”
The LAAC champ receives invites to the Masters, the Open Championship, and the U.S. and British Beginner Championship. The winner additionally receives full exemptions into some other USGA beginner championship for which he’s eligible and is exempt into the ultimate stage of qualifying for the 122nd U.S. Open Championship at The Nation Membership in Brookline,
Joaquín Niemann is a previous winner of the LAAC, with PGA Tour winner Sebastian Munoz additionally a previous LAAC participant. Álvaro Ortiz, who received the 2019 competitors, was the primary Mexican participant within the Masters subject since 1979, and finally made the minimize.