Casa de Campo Resort & Villas and the Latin America Amateur Championship forged a strong and unbreakable relationship from the moment their paths crossed back in 2016 when the golf resort of La Romana, Dominican Republic, received the “Major From the fans. Such was the synergy generated from both sides that it didn’t take long […]
The seventh edition of the Latin America Amateur Championship (LAAC) will be contested at Casa de Campo Resort & Villas in the Dominican Republic, January 20-23, 2022. The 2021 LAAC, originally scheduled for January 14-17 at Lima Golf Club in Peru, was canceled due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. Founded by the Masters’ Tournament, The […]
The Costa Rican will return to Casa de Campo, Dominican Republic, where he made history by becoming the youngest champion of the Latin America Amateur Championship in 2016. The Venezuelan was the runner-up and will seek his rematch.
The best 108 amateurs from 28 countries in the region will be in Casa de Campo from January 17 to 20, 2019 to participate in the fifth edition of the Latin American Amateur Championship, the tournament that the players themselves called the amateurs “Mayor”.
The Latin America Amateur Championship (LAAC) which will take place in Teeth of the Dog in Casa de Campo from January 17 to 20, 2019 was presented to the most important media in the Dominican Republic. The press lunch was headed by Mark Lawrie, The R & A Director for Latin America and the Caribbean, who was […]
The official confirmation arrived on January 20, 2018 when the three institutions that organize the championship announced in the Prince of Wales CC that LAAC 2019 would be played again in Teeth of the Dog, Dominican Republic.
The Latin American Amateur Championship (LAAC) will return to Casa de Campo Resort & Villas in the Dominican Republic to celebrate for its fifth edition, which will take place from January 17th to 20th, 2019, in the world renown golf course Teeth of the Dog. The announcement was made last Friday, January 19th, during LAAC […]
Paul Chaplet, from Costa Rica and the second youngest player of the championship, surprised everyone by taking the trophy in this year’s Latin American Amateur Championship, LAAC, in Casa de Campo and earning an invitation to play in the Masters in April.