Magdalena Grand Beach & Golf Resort in Tobago and the Caribbean American Scholars Exchange Program (CASEP) will co-host the first Annual Charity Open to be held May 2 - 4, 2014 at the Tobago Plantations Golf Course, operated by Magdalena Grand. The Open will feature guest player Edwin Roberts, an Olympic golfer in the 1972, 1968 and 1964 Games.
In support of the Soroptimist International Scarborough Alzheimer's Association, the tournament will begin with the first tee time at 8 a.m. on May 2, 2014. Golfers can register until April 28, 2014 and costs US$330 per person. The rules of play will be administered by the R&A Rules Unlimited (R&A), a governing authority for the rules of golf, and the U.S. Golf Association (USGA). Prizes include a trip to New York, a weekend in Barbados, a weekend in Grenada and dinner at Kariwak Village in Tobago.
Those interested in participating in the first Annual Charity Open can register via email@example.com.
The Tobago Plantations Golf Course is a Par-72, 18-hole course woven into the landscape of Tobago Plantations Estate, a gated community of luxury villas, condos and bungalows. The recent US$2 million refurbishment project, which was completed in December 2013, upgraded the course to Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA) standards. In addition to enhancements on the course, the resort purchased and offers new golf carts, pro shop merchandise, and food and beverage options.
The club house, situated between the first and tenth tees, features a pro shop, club room lounge, shoes and club rental, changing rooms, classrooms and golf bag storage. The club house restaurant - Fairways Bar & Grill - offers a comprehensive food and beverage menu.
The Tobago Plantations Golf Course is a PGA-designed course created by Bob Hunt and Marcus Blackburn of PGA Golf Management Ltd., a design, development and management arm of the Professional Golfers' Association of Great Britain and Ireland. The course meets Championship standards and is a certified member of the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary System, an environmental program offered by Audubon International. In addition, the course has received certification for its environmental planning.
For further details about golf package options, email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 868-387-0288 or visit http://www.MagdalenaGrand.com.