The Casa de Campo community feels more than proud to be a part of all the achievements and international recognitions that have been bestowed upon our beloved Casa de Campo resort over the years. And now having only just been awarded “Best Golf Resort” by Travel Weekly, we have just received the news that Quest magazine has […]
During the 27th annual Casa de Campo Sugar Shooting Tournament we were given the opportunity to shadow J.Pepe Fanjul as he took aim at Rancho Peligro and the Casa de Campo Shooting Center.
On Saturday April 26th, Andres Fanjul Jr., the nephew of J.Pepe Fanjul was crowned the champion of the 27th annual Casa de Campo Sugar Shooting Tournament, as the winner of the High Overall Cup.
Yesterday, Tuesday April 22nd, the 27th annual Sugar Shooting Tournament hosted by J.Pepe Fanjul got started with a European-style driven bird shoot at Rancho Peligro.
On Saturday evening the 27th of April, J.Pepe Fanjul with his wife Emilia hosted a wonderful dinner and prize-giving celebration at their Casa de Campo estate Casa Grande to mark the end of the 26th annual Sugar Shooting Tournament shot at the Casa de Campo Shooting Center and private wilderness reserve, Rancho Peligro. With the […]
From the 23rd to the 28th of April 2013, J.Pepe Fanjul hosted the 26th annual Sugar Shooting Tournament, which with 37 world-class shooter from across the globe, was according to both J.Pepe and Shaun Snell Casa de Campo Director of Shooting – the “best yet.”
From the 23rd to the 28th of April, J. Pepe Fanjul hosted the 26th annual Sugar Shooting Tournament at the Casa de Campo resort.
The 26th annual Sugar Shooting Tournament is already underway! The annual event hosted by J.Pepe Fanjul started earlier this week on Tuesday the 23rd of April and will continue this week until Sunday the 28th.
Casa de Campo, the “World’s Leading Golf Resort” is certainly most famous for it’s golf courses, but with one of the world’s most extensive and impressive shooting facilities, the Casa de Campo Sugar Shooting Tournament each year attracts some of the world’s most talented shooters.
What do you get when you cross breed a cow with a horse? A Corse? A Horow? Well if the naughty animals photographed in the above picture are successful, we may well have to come up with a real name for this new mystical species!
On Wednesday the 27th of April it was raining birds at Rancho Peligro, during the first ‘bird drive’ of the Sugar Shooting Tournament 2011, hosted by Pepe Fanjul.