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Join the AGA (Arizona Golf Association) in Puerto Peñasco, Mexico for one of our Mayan Palace Member Weekends at the Vidanta Puerto Peñasco!
This annual event has become a favorite among members and is hosted three times a year, starting in March to celebrate Spring and then in OCTOBER 28-29, 2023 for Oktoberfest.
Welcome to the 2023 AGA Mayan Palace Oktoberfest Weekend!
Friday, October 27 – Practice Round Optional**
Saturday, October 28 – Tournament Round (9:00 am Shotgun)
Sunday, October 29 – Tournament Round (9:00 am Shotgun)
Registration Opens: May 31, 2023 at 12:00 a.m.
Registration Entry Deadline: October 20, 2023 at 11:00 p.m.
$250 USD per person, for AGA Members and Guests Includes:
2 Rounds of Golf
Free Beer and Lunch Saturday
Awards Lunch Sunday
36-holes of stoke play. Four-Person Shamble
All players will play from the teeing ground and select the best drive of the team. Each player will then put a ball into play within a club length of that spot (not nearer the hole) and complete play of the hole with his/her own ball.
Gross Team Contest:
The best two gross scores for the hole will count for the gross team score.
Net Team Contest:
The best two net scores for the hole will count for the gross team score.
Proximity and Hole-in-One prizes on par 3’s.
**Hotel Rooms are not included in entry fee**
Participants may reserve a room at the Mayan Palace if desired.
We highly recommend making reservations as soon as you register
for the event to ensure availability.
The following room types are available:
Master Room $126 USD – Two queen beds, per night
Suite $139 USD – 1 King bed, per night
For Rooms reservations please contact: Alaciel Aguilar
+52(638)383.0443 Ext. 4043
**Practice Round reservations, please contact: [email protected]
**If you can, please bring school supplies to donate to the local children!**
The Nicklaus Design Course at Vidanta Puerto Peñasco
KM 424 Carretera Peñasco-Caborca A2 Ejido Miramar , Puerto Penasco, SO, 83550
This Nicklaus Legacy course (Jack Nicklaus and Jack Nicklaus II co-design) is situated on one of the most unique geographical locations in Mexico: a 2-mile peninsula with a tidal estuary on one side, the Sea of Cortez on the other, and an inlet to the south. It’s also a challenging 18 hole, par 72, 7,210 yard sand dune course with 9 ocean side holes that make it a golfing experience beyond anyone’s expectations. Known for its incomparable natural beauty–from the emerald green of the paspalum grass to the muted shades of desert sand, the bright turquoise blue of the estuary, and the pastel pink mountains in the background, it is truly an artist’s dream.