Greg Norman Course - Site of the Mexico Open at Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta
We hope you watched the final round of the Mexico Open at Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta today. Jon Rahm was the favorite to win, and he did. But not without a bit of stress. Two other players, Cameron Champ and Kurt Kitayama made it interesting for spectators when they tied Rahm in the back nine of the Norman Course.
In the end, all three were tied at one time. But Champ and Kitayama were unable to keep up with Rahm, and he won with a 2 putt on 18 in the end.
Yes, it was fun to watch the match on TV. We enjoyed seeing the temporary structures that were installed just for the tournament. It was fun to see the Norman Course in such great shape. Finally, we could empathize with the players as they tried to sink putts on the Norman greens, which are notoriously like glass.
If you did not watch the final day live, you can read about it on ESPN by tapping the following link: https://www.espn.com/golf/story/_/id/33834288/jon-rahm-closes-birdie-build-2-shot-lead-mexico-open
We look forward to next year's tournament and hope to attend. It would be wonderful fun to attend at least one PGA Tour at Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta.