the hobby Mexico City / 01.08.2022 11:42:41 After 14 years, Promoting Mexican Professional Golf - a unique
Mexico City / 01.08.2022 11:42:41
After 14 years, Promoting Mexican Professional Golf – a unique civil association of its kind in Latin America – announced its evolution in favor of women’s golf.
The organization that was born thanks to the work and effort of Lorena Ochoa and former golfers such as Rosalba Papacostas and Marina Villasana, now as Xuntas, will promote golf among Mexican girls with the help of the USGA and the LPGA, with the “Girls Golf” program, where will seek to provide comprehensive help to be a good base and springboard for them to achieve their goals.
Xuntas works as a not only financial network, but also a psychological one that guides the girls on the path to reach the LPGA, especially thanks to the experiences of other golfers who have already traveled that path and who can provide them with the information that will help them make their lighter path.
This association is recognized as a unique model of its kind and is supported by renowned Mexican businessmen, athletes, former athletes, sports promoters, philanthropists and social leaders in various areas of public and private life inside and outside of Mexico and thanks to that support It has been possible to help develop figures such as Gaby López and María Fassi, who are already part of the LPGA Tour.
For now, Xuntas supports the players of the EPSON Tour – before the Symetra Tour, the LPGA promotion tour – such as Alejandra Llaneza, Ingrid Gutierrez, Brenda González, Regina Plasencia, Fernanda Lira, Nicole Autrique, María Balcázar and Ana Paula Valdez; while in Minitours there are Ana Ruiz, Sandra Angulo, Fernanda Villegas, Carolina Rotzinger and Paola Pavón.