PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Florida – PGA TOUR Americas has announced that the second tournament of its inaugural season will be the Totalplay Championship at Atlas Country Club in Guadalajara, Mexico. With the support of Totalplay, the Salinas Group, Atlas Country Club and the Mexican Golf Federation (FMG), the Totalplay Championship at Atlas Country Club will be played March 28-31, one week after the Bupa Championship at Tulum.

“With the addition of the Totalplay Championship at Atlas Country Club, we are excited to open the PGA TOUR Americas season with back-to-back events in Mexico,” said Korn Ferry Tour President Alex Baldwin, who also oversees PGA TOUR Americas. “This is a win for PGA TOUR Americas and our members, and it was made possible because of our tremendous partnership with Totalplay, the Salinas Group, Atlas Country Club and the Mexican Golf Federation.”

“Our partnership with the PGA TOUR is extremely important as we aim to grow the game of golf in Mexico, and we’re excited that PGA TOUR Americas will begin its season with two tournaments in Tulum and Guadalajara,” said Fernando Lemmen-Meyer, President of FMG.

Atlas Country Club hosted three tournaments on PGA TOUR Latinoamérica, including the Jalisco Open GDL in 2022 and 2023. José de Jesús Rodríguez, who resides in nearby Irapuato, Mexico, won the last two editions of the Jalisco Open GDL, and he retained PGA TOUR Americas membership for 2024 by finishing 23rd on PGA TOUR Latinoamérica’s Totalplay Points List last season.

“On behalf of Grupo Salinas and Totalplay, we’re proud to support the PGA TOUR at all levels, and the Totalplay Championship at Atlas Country Club is an exciting opportunity to continue to increase the visibility of golf in Mexico,” said Rodrigo Suárez-Gilly, Executive Director of the Mexico Open at Vidanta.

“Atlas Country Club has proudly hosted PGA TOUR-sanctioned events the last two years, and we’re excited to be part of the inaugural season of PGA TOUR Americas,” said Alberto De La Torre, Atlas Country Club President of Golf.

The Termas de Rio Hondo Invitational presentado por Zurich was originally scheduled for April 18-21 in Santiago del Estero, Argentina, but PGA TOUR Americas cancelled that event due to unforeseen local circumstances. With this cancellation, the Totalplay Championship at Atlas Country Club takes its place and becomes the second of six events in the Latin America Swing of the PGA TOUR Americas 2024 season.

Also as a result of this cancellation, the 69th ECP Brazil Open will be contested April 18-21, one week later than originally announced.

The Latin America Swing concludes with the Inter Rapidisimo Golf Championship in Bogota, Colombia (May 16-19), at which time the top 60 players from the Fortinet Cup Standings will earn access into the 10-event North America Swing. The PGA TOUR Americas season culminates at the Fortinet Cup Championship (September 5-8), where the top 10 players on the final Fortinet Cup Standings will earn 2025 Korn Ferry Tour membership.

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