The 2018 PGA tour latinoamerica shell championship benefitting the first tee of miami will take place at Trump National doral on november 29-December 2nd. for more information click here
we are forever grateful for the opportunity to host for the past two years!
check out what went down in our very own course!
On 2017, the PGA TOUR Latinoamérica hosted its second official season culminating event in the United States, the Shell Championship, at Melreese Country Club / International Links Miami November 28-December 4. The event featured the top 60 players on the Tour’s Order of Merit.
The First Tee Miami is the host organization of the event with the net proceeds benefitting us. As part of thenew agreement, a minimum donation of $25,000 will be made to The First Tee Miami as part of the Shell Championship’s impact on the South Florida community.
Moreover, this event provides a pathway to the Web.com Tour for the up-and-coming playerscompeting in the region selecting the “Top Cinco” at the championship. The PGA TOUR Latinoamérica is currently present in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, Peru, and Uruguay.
We are thrilled for another exciting year at havingthe new reigning champion! “We are honored to support the PGA TOUR Latinoamérica Tour Championship in Miami. South Florida is one of the best places in the world to play golf, and we are grateful for the opportunity to show the rest of the world what this beautiful city has to offer,” said Maximo Alvarez, President of Sunshine Gasoline Distributors. “We would like to recognize the PGA TOUR for ensuring that a minimum of $25,000 will be earmarked to our local First Tee Chapter. The First Tee is a charity that is near and dear to me. The work that they do with our youth is nothing short of extraordinary.”
Check out what went on at the 2017 Shell Championship!
A fantastic turnout and a wonderful time had by all celebrities, players, and golf professionals! We are grateful for everyone’s support and assistance throughout this tournament. It would not be a success if it wasn’t for all of you