Mexico Open at Vidanta 2022 + Clicgear Buggies on SALE!

Date Posted:4 May 2022 

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What s in the bag

Jon Rahm

Driver: Callaway Rogue ST Triple Diamond LS (10.5°)

Aldila Tour Green 75 TX

3-wood: Callaway Rogue ST Triple Diamond T HL (16.5°)

Aldila Tour Green 85TX

5-wood: Callaway Rogue ST Triple Diamond T (18°)

Graphite Design Tour AD DI Black 8 X

Irons: Callaway X Forged UT ’21, Apex TCB (4-PW)

Project X 6.5

Wedges: Callaway Jaws Forged (52°, 56°, 60°)

Project X 6.5

Putter: Odyssey White Hot OG Rossie S

Ball: Callaway Chrome Soft X

 

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Clicgear Buggies on Sale!

 

Clicgear buggies and accessories are designed to last and be repairable if needed. No rivets, wires or cheap parts to keep them together. Just properly engineered components and structures. Clicgear buggies can be more expensive than other brands but their equipment is built to last. Golf Traders have a great selection of Clicgear / Rovic buggies in store now. Have a look at what we have on offer right here.

 

Results

 

 

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The PGA tour held the inaugural Mexico Open at Vidanta Vallarta in Vallarta, Mexico. Opening his day with a two shot lead, World #2 Jon Rahm (-17) worked hard all day to maintain his advantage and after a few scary moments he held on and only need a par on the last for victory. With his family looking on, the jubilant 27 year old Spaniard calmy two putted from 23 feet to claim his seventh tour title. See final round highlights here. Tied for second place were American trio Brandon Wu (-16), Tony Finau and Kurt Kitayama. Also from the USA and sharing sixth place were David Lipsky (-14), Alex Smalley, Aaron Wise and Cameron Champ. Aussies in the field were Matt Jones (-4) and Brett Drewitt (+4).

 

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The Champions tour held the Insperity Invitational at The Woodlands CC in The Woodlands, Texas. After rain caused a two hour suspension of play, New Zealand's Steven Alker (-18) came out and shot six under over the next 6 holes eventually closing with a 66 to claim his second title this year by a convincing four shot margin. Sharing second place were American pair Brandt Jobe (-14) and Steve Stricker who had just returned after a recent health scare. Alone in fourth place was Germany's Alex Cejka (-11) followed by South Africa's Retief Goosen (-10) who shared fifth place with Ken Duke from the USA. Aussies making the cut were Stuart Appleby (-6), Rod Pampling (-4), David McKenzie (+2), Stephen Leaney (+7), Robert Allenby (+11) and John Senden (+11).

 

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The Korn Fery tour played the Huntsville Championship at The Ledges in Huntsville, Alabama. After opening his week with 63 & 67, Harrison Endycott (-16) had memories of his only victory back when he was still an amateur in 2016. The twenty five year old Australian followed up with a 64 on Saturday to take a 5 shot lead into the final day where he happily closed with 70 to capture his first professional title. See some of the final round here. Alone in second place was Englishman Ben Taylor (-11). Erik Barnes (-10) was solo third followed by fellow American Quade Cummins (-9) who shared fourth place along with Kris Ventura from Norway. The only other Australian in the field was Curtis Luck (-2).

 

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The European tour held the Catalunya Championship on the Stadium Course at PGA Catalunya Golf and Wellness in Girona, Spain. After starting the day seven shots off the lead, Adri Arnaus (-11) chased down and tied the lead with a flawless 65. In the playoff, the twenty seven year old Spaniard parred the 18th five more times and then a par on the 17th was enough to claim his maiden title after defeating overnight leader Oliver Bekker from South Africa. Tied for third place were Poland's Adrian Meronk (-9) and English duo Laurie Canter and Richard McEvoy. South African Hennie du Plessis (-8) shared sixth place with Eduardo Molinari from Italy. Aussies in the field were Jason Scrivener (-4) and Maverick Antcliff (+4).

 

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The Japanese tour played The Crowns at the Nagoya Golf Club on the Wago Course in Aichi, Japan. Starting the final day two shots back, local favourite Yuki Inamori (-16) powered past the leaders and with a closing 63 and found another victory since his last two years ago. Alone in second place was Korea’s Junggon Hwang (-13) followed by Japan's Hiroshi Iwata (-11). More locals heading up the leaderboard were Ryuko Tokimatsu (-10), Daiki Imano (-9) and Ryosuke Kinoshita (-9). Aussies in the field were Andrew Evans (-6), Matthew Griffin (-4), Brad Kennedy (-2), Anthony Quayle (-1) and Adam Bland (+7).

 

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The LET and WPGA held the Women's NSW Open at the Coolangatta & Tweed Heads Golf Club in Tweed Heads, NSW. After opening her week with a 68, Sweden’s Maja Stark (-15) lead from start to finish and came home with 2 birdies in her final four holes to close with a 70 and a 5 shot victory, her third title in the last 8 months. See some highlights here. Her compatriot Johanna Gustavsson (-10) was alone in second place with Argentina’s Magdalena Simmermacher (-9) in third. Next in line was Scotland’s Michele Thomson (-8) who shared fourth with Australia's Cassie Porter followed by England’s Hannah Burke (-7) who tied for sixth place with Welshwoman Lydia Hall.

 

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The LPGA played the Palos Verdes Championship at the Palos Verdes Golf Club in Palos Verdes Estates, California. Starting the final day three shots back, Marina Alex (-10) from the USA had an early bogey and then came home with 6 birdies for a closing 66 to claim her second tour title by a single shot. See some of the action here. Alone in second place was World #1, Jin Young Ko (-9) from Korea. Tied for third place were New Zealand's Lydi Ko (-8) and Megan Khang from the USA. Best placed Aussie was overnight leader Hannah Green (-7) who closed with a 72 and tied for fifth place along with American trio Andrea Lee, Ryann O'Toole and Annie Park. Other Australian girls making the weekend cut were Minjee Lee (-5), Sarah Kemp (-2), Sarah Jane Smith (-1) and Katherine Kirk (E).

 

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The Australasian tour played the 2021 WA Open at the Royal Fremantle Golf Club in Fremantle, WA. Opening his week with a pair of 66's, Braden Becker (-19) followed it up with a 65 on Saturday. On his final hole the 29-year-old from Mandurah Country Club pitched onto the final green, bounced fortunately off another ball and ended up a foot from the flag. His tap in par for 72 was good enough for one shot maiden victory. On the final green with a chance to win, leading amateur and defending champion Hayden Hopewell (-18) three putted and had to settle for second. Also playing in the final group and alone in third place, Nathan Barbieri (-17) was happy his ball helped Becker to victory. Sharing fourth place were Josh Armstrong (-15) and Oliver Goss. Tied for sixth place were Jeffrey Guan (-14), Daniel Gale and Kevin Yuan.

 

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The Latino American tour held the Peru Open at the Los Inkas GC in Lima, Peru. Starting the day one shot back in second place, Guatemala's José Toledo (-22) picked up 5 shots in four holes and closed with his fourth round in the 60's to win the title. A distant six shots back was Mexican Raul Pereda (-16) alone in second. Tied for third place after a closing 74 was overnight leader Rafael Becker (-15) from Brazil and American Mitchell Meissner. New Zealander Denzel Ieremia (-13) was solo fifth. There were no Aussies in the field.

 

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PGA Tour up coming event

 

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Next week the tour will head up to Maryland for the Wells Fargo Championship. Rory McIlroy will be at TPC Potomac to defend his title. Watch out for course record holder Abraham Ancer, Morgan Hoffmann, Francesco Molinari, Ben Martin, Brandon Matthews, Max Homa, Brian Harman, James Hahn, Rickie Fowler, Gary Woodland, Webb Simpson, Sergio Garcia and Patrick Reed. Aussies heading to Avenel Farm will be Cam Davis, Jason Day, Brett Drewitt, Matt Jones, Marc Leishman and Cameron Percy.

 

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