A morning of true celebration was experienced this Tuesday on the magnificent course of the Club Campestre Torreón, where the 2023 edition of the Lorena Ochoa Golf Tournament was held, in which the resources collected from registrations and sponsorships are destined for charitable causes.
From 8:30 a.m. a shot was heard to launch the actions, with places full in this contest that It is played under the A Go – Go format, for greater fun and camaraderie on the field. Lorena Ochoa, who holds the record for most weeks as world number 1 in the LPGA ranking, was present at the club, where she first shared a breakfast with representatives of the La Laguna companies that decided to sponsor the tournament.
Once the coexistence in the Club Campestre Torreón casino was over, the legendary player went out to the golf course, where she took a dynamic tour and met the groups of players, whom she greeted, even exchanged advice, in addition to taking the traditional souvenir photography and of course, Lorena signed autographs on various items, such as caps, golf bags, balls and even memorabilia from when Guadalajara reigned freely in the LPGA.
The team made up of Gonzalo Villegas, Daniel Humphrey, David Madero and Roberto Garrido Garza, was proclaimed champion of the 14th edition of the Coexistence Golf Tournament with Lorena Ochoato benefit the Generación 2000 AC Foundation and the Pi Pao Angelito de los Niños Association, held in Campestre Torreón.
The winners signed a card of 57 shots (-14), leaving in second place the group formed by Antonio Albores, Antonio de Prada, Mauricio Mijares and Roberto Flores, who recorded one more shot. The third step went to Mario Muñoz, Mario Romero, Alejandro Guajardo and Héctor Ontiveros, two strokes away.
This year, 160 players participated, which once again it means a resounding success, which reaffirms the willingness of the Laguneros to cooperate. for a cause as important as the education of children and young people from vulnerable communities.
Among the prizes for the best O’yes, the following stood out: Roberto Flores (hole 4), Rosa María Acevedo (Hole 7), Antonio Dávila (Hole 12), Bernabé Pérez (Hole 15) and Sergio Muñoz (Hole 17).