With an undeniable victory, Valle de Mexico and Sebastián Vázquez endorsed the titles won last year in La Loma de San Luis Potosi. The partnership will retain the Challenge Cup for another year, while Sebastian may be considered the best amateur in the country.
During the awards ceremony, Manuel Queijeiro, President of the National Tournament Committee and International Federation, thanked on behalf of Fernando Ysita, President of the organization, the presence and support of associations who sent their players to the tournament. “With the support of regional associations, the Federation can meet its objectives, among which is the organization of tournaments to settle the national amateur champion, the highest distinction that golfers can reach,” said Queijeiro.
Valley of Mexico swept the Challenge Cup score, with five first places in seven categories and 15 Top3 in total.
Championship. Sebastian Vazquez, Club de Golf Mexico (Valle de Mexico), repeated at most successful, by adding three days in 216 strokes, a pair of field. Five of distance was Luis Munoz de Cote, of Chapultepec (Valle de Mexico), with 221 in total. The third was to Mauritius Ancer, North, with 232 hits
The key to the success of Vazquez was in the second round, as he spent the first nine three above. But when starting the last nine holes of the tournament, Muñoz de Cote a shot, a player from Mexico linked birdies at 10, 11 and 12, plus an eagle at 13. And like his fellow squad had a double bogey is the same hole 13 January, there and wrote the story of this victory.
“Hole 5 was the hardest work I took in the tournament,” said Sebastian at the end. “The three days I played in seven above, while the rest of the camp was spent in seven below. This is golf, but I’m very happy with this win,” he said upon receiving his trophy.
AA. Juan Carlos del Val, the Chapultepec (Valle de Mexico) finished with 11 strokes ahead of Camilo Aguado, of Chiluca (Valle de Mexico), who had the best round of the day, with 76 hits. Rodrigo Flores finished in third place, the Yucatan Country Club (East), with 243.
A. An interesting final in this category, as Enrique Payén of Vallescondido (Valley of Mexico) had the best round of the tournament with 71. However, could not reach Rolando Garay, also Vallescondido (Valley of Mexico) who finished the tournament with 230 strokes, one fewer than his club colleague and association. The third was for George Lopez (Real Wood), with 233.
B. Horse reaches wins. Came back today José Luis Simbeck of Tabachines (South) to tie for the lead with Javier Mexia, of Vallescondido (Valley of Mexico) The two totaled 251 strokes in three rounds, so they had to go out and play a tiebreaker. After three thrilling holes Simbeck got the silver trophy. The third group was Mauricio González-Rul, of Mexico (Valle de Mexico).
C. Carlos de la Fuente, Tabachines (South), won the rest of the category with 258 strokes, three less than Turham Madanoglu of Chiluca (Valle de Mexico). Miguel Lozano, also Chiluca (Valle de Mexico), went to third with 263.
D. At the end of three rounds, Leopoldo Leyva, the Country of Mexico city (Valley of Mexico) won the trophy at the end with 257 hits, nine fewer than Pablo Jimenez, Vallescondido (Valle de Mexico). Third place went to Viviano Francisco Cardenas, Miralta Lakes (North), with 275 in three rounds.
E. Luis Chorene, Royal Forest (Valley of Mexico), won this category of end points. To 86 today, the best card of the tournament for this group totaled 270, nine fewer than the golfer Campestre de Morelia, Abel Maldonado (Centro). A 14 away, with 284, ranked Luis Angel Gamez, of Chiluca (Valle de Mexico).