The 2023 Mexico Open at Vidanta was a professional golf tournament played at the Vidanta Vallarta course in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. The tournament was the first event of the 2023 PGA Tour season and was played from April 27-30. The tournament was won by Tony Finau, who shot a 5-under 66 in the final round to finish at 24 under par. Finau won the tournament for his sixth career PGA Tour victory and second of the season.
The Mexico Open at Vidanta was the first PGA Tour event to be played in Mexico since 2007. The tournament was part of the PGA Tour’s new international schedule, which includes events in Mexico, China, and South Korea. The tournament was also the first PGA Tour event to be played at the Vidanta Vallarta course. The course was designed by Greg Norman and opened in 2014.
The Mexico Open at Vidanta was a success, with a record crowd of 125,000 fans attending the tournament. The tournament was also a financial success, with a total purse of $7.7 million. The tournament was praised by players and fans alike, and it is expected to return to Mexico in 2024.
Here are some additional details about the tournament:
The field was made up of 144 players, including 106 PGA Tour members and 38 exempt players.
The tournament was played on a 7,428-yard course with a par of 72.
The prize money for the tournament was $7.7 million, with the winner receiving $1,386,000.
The tournament was televised on the Golf Channel in the United States.
The Mexico Open at Vidanta was a great success and is expected to become a regular event on the PGA Tour schedule. The tournament is a great opportunity for golfers to compete in a beautiful setting and to experience the culture of Mexico.