Tres Marias Golf

Tres Marias Golf Club Tres Marias Golf Club is a residential development in the form of golf club building complex located in the Ciudad Tres Marias in Morelia, Michoacan, Mexico. This golf club has a relevance in comparison to others of its kind, given its urban design and scope in the concept. The Tres Marias Golf Club is a sample of high-profile real estate works being done in Michoacan’s capital and are encouraging tourism in Morelia.The Tres Marias Golf Club has a large magnitude, extending over an area of 550 ha, which is located in this area ranked world-class infrastructure, among which include a golf professional of 62 ha, with 27 holes designed and signed by Jack Nicklaus is considered the best golfer of all time, who made a very challenging field for the game and its features make it the largest golf course in Mexico in a beach area and the third global size and being one of the most prestigious and famous golf courses in the country. Furthermore, the development features a resort style clubhouse, sports and recreation, and residential areas.The club is home to major sporting and social events of national and international relevance among them the Corona Championship golf tournament of the LPGA World Tour, held annually and which has a term of five years, and to date held its third ion, this converging the best tournament in the world professional players like Lorena Ochoa and other players as well as many visitors and a strong media coverage, leaving a large economic flow in the city of Morelia. The Tres Marias Golf Club was built in only one phase with an investment of about 120 million in a record time of one and a half (18 months). The club was founded in 2004 by businessman Enrique Ram rez Maga a Group leader of the Tres Marias property, which also develops the complex Ciudad Tres Marias, comprising 2,000 hectares located the site where the golf club.The architect is Ricardo Romero development Zozaya prestigious Mexican architect, who created the works of the complex into a modern approach, integrating the natural environment.

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