|LESS THAN 100 DAYS UNITL THE 14TH EDITION|
OF THE MAYAKOBA GOLF CLASSIC
With the calendar turning to September, less than 100 days remain until the eyes of the golfing world are placed firmly on Mexico and Mayakoba once more for the 14th annual Mayakoba Golf Classic. As part of the revamped global golf calendar and schedule, the dates for the 2020 tournament were adjusted for the week of November 30 to December 6. The date switch was made to accommodate adjustments in the PGA TOUR schedule, which will see the playing of two Major Championships in the fall portion of the golf schedule, including the US Open later this month and the Masters in November.
For the 14th consecutive year, the Mayakoba Golf Classic will enjoy a global television broadcast, which is available in more than 220 countries and territories with a maximum potential reach of more than 900 million households. The tournament will utilize this opportunity to showcase Mexico and the Riviera Maya regions to the world and provide an incredible economic impact to Quintana Roo and its tourist destinations.
Additionally, Fox Sports, Claro Sports, Golf Channel Latinamerica, Grupo Imagen, TV Azteca, Milenio, Reforma and many more major media outlets, will be following the event with special programming and bonus coverage.
We invite you to stay tuned for the latest updates as we draw near to this year’s tournament. Remember to follow us on social media:
|TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP: BRENDON TODD & ABRAHAM ANCER|
AT FEDEXCUP FINALE
Good luck to our 2019 Champion Brendon Todd and Mexican star Abraham Ancer, who are competing in this week’s TOUR Championship to finalize the FedExCup playoffs. Todd is entering the last leg of the race ranked 11th in the FedExCup standings, while Ancer stands 22nd.|
Harris English, our 2013 champion, is also playing this week as he has had a phenomenal 2020 season. All three will be making their second career appearance at the TOUR Championship, with Ancer now playing in his second consecutive.
This also marks the sixth time that our reigning champion has advanced to the TOUR Championship (John Huh, 2012, Charley Hoffman, 2015, Pat Perez, 2017, Patton Kizzire, 2018 and Matt Kuchar, 2019) and the first time we have had two champions and a Mexican player in the field. There are a total of 11 players in the 30-player field this week who also competed in the 2019 Mayakoba Golf Classic.
Good luck to all!
|#SIMPLYPERFECT: TEQUILA PATRÓN & MAYAKOBA|
Tequila Patrón has been a treasured friend and partner of Mayakoba since 2017 with the goal of sharing their iconic Tequila with the world and creating unique and memorable experiences.|
During the 2019 Mayakoba Golf Classic, Tequila Patrón featured an official tournament cocktail known as Birdie Patrón. Enjoy the taste of a great cocktail with this unique recipe made especially for Mayakoba by the best mixologists and Tequila Patrón specialists.
|Presentation: dehydrated or half-moon grapefruit|
|Glass: old fashioned|
|Preparation time: One minute and ten seconds|
|Recommendation: snacks and during meals|
|Fresh not sweet - a sweet and sour flavor option||
|1¼ oz of Tequila Patrón Silver|
|¼ oz Citronge Patrón|
|¾ oz of lemon juice|
|1¾ oz of orange juice||
|1 oz of carrot syrup|
|Dehydrated grapefruit or grapefruit crescent|
Steps to Take:
|Add Tequila Patrón and all the ingredients into the shaker - Add ice to the shaker and stop when it’s almost full - Technique: shake for 15 seconds - Add ice to the glass - Serve the contents of the shaker into the glass - Decorate with crescent or dehydrated grapefruit.|
|Name the 2020 Official Tequila Patrón Tournament Cocktail|
Due to the great success of our Birdie Patrón cocktail, Tequila Patrón has decided that the fans will be able to suggest the name for the 2020 Official Tequila Patrón Tournament Cocktail. We invite you to submit your suggestions here. Participants must be 18 years of age or older.
|ONLY 91 DAYS UNTIL THE MAYAKOBA GOLF CLASSIC!|