Mexico Open at Vidanta 2024: Date, Time & Location, UK Tee Times, Leaderboard, Field List and Course Details

Last Modified Feb 26, 2024 17:29 GMT
Mexico Open at Vidanta 2024
Mexico Open at Vidanta 2024


The Mexico Open at Vidanta is one of the major events on the PGA Tour. The tournament was originally held at the Club de Golf Chapultepec 79 years ago, in 1944, and it was formally added to the PGA Tour schedule in 2022.


The 2024 Mexico Open at Vidanta took place from February 22 to 25, with a field of 132 players, out of which rookie Jake Knapp won his first PGA Tour victory, defeating Finland’s Sami Valimaki for a score of 265, under 19, by a margin of two strokes. The event was set with a purse of $8.1 million, a winner’s share of $1,458,000 and 500 FedEx Cup points, all won by Knapp.


The Mexico Open at Vidanta played a major role in the PGA Tour schedule throughout 2024. The area benefited economically from the tournament's host region. The event is expected to generate an economic value of over 3 billion pesos. It's a significant rise over the 2 billion pesos that the event organizer, Grupo Salinas, raised at the Chapultepec golf course in Mexico City.


In the second edition of the 2023 Mexico Open at Vidanta, Tony Finau triumphed. The American won the trophy with a card that read 24-under-par, three shots ahead of second place.


Mexico Open at Vidanta 2024 Date and Time

Thursday, 22 February
TimeActivityPerformance
09:00Entry GatesGates Open
GolfRound 1
Friday, 23 February
09:00Entry GatesGates Open
GolfRound 2
Saturday, 24 February
09:00Entry GatesGates Open
GolfRound 3
Sunday, 25 February
09:00Entry GatesGates Open
GolfRound 4


Mexico Open at Vidanta 2024 UK Tee Time or Tee Time

The full Day 1 tee times for the 2024 Mexico Open on the PGA Tour are given below (all times ET):


1st Tee


  • 8:30 a.m.: Taylor Pendrith, Robby Shelton, and Justin Lower

  • 8:41 a.m.: Michael Kim, Brandon Wu, and Sam Stevens

  • 8:52 a.m.: Josh Teater, Justin Suh, and David Lipsky

  • 9:03 a.m.: Davis Riley, J.B. Holmes, and Scott Stallings

  • 9:14 am: Martin Trainer, Mark Hubbard, and Harry Hall

  • 9:25 am: Scott Piercy, Henrik Norlander, and Greyson Sigg

  • 9:36 a.m.: Jacob Bridgeman, Mac Meissner, and Preston Stanley

  • 9:47 a.m.: Harrison Endycott, David Skinns, and Matt Atkins

  • 9:58 a.m.: Victor Perez, Alexander Bjork, and Ben Sigel

  • 10:09 a.m.: Paul Barjon, Norman Xiong, and Stuart Macdonald

  • 10:20 am: Robert MacIntyre, Ryo Hisatsune, and Omar Morales

  • 1:15 pm: Nate Lashley, Aaron Baddeley, and Alex Smalley

  • 1:26 pm - Garrick Higgo, C.T. Pan, and Scott Gutschewski

  • 1:37 pm: Lanto Griffin, Austin Eckroat, and Dylan Wu

  • 1:48 pm: Erik van Rooyen, Emiliano Grillo, and K.H. Lee

  • 1:59 pm: Vincent Norrman, Matt Wallace, and Nico Echavarria

  • 2:10 pm: James Hahn, Chesson Hadley, and Aaron Rai

  • 2:21 p.m.: Joseph Bramlett, Carl Yuan, and Ben Kohles

  • 2:32 pm: Alejandro Tosti, Tom Whitney, and Rodolfo Cazaubon

  • 2:43 pm: Rafael Campos, Erik Barnes, and Jimmy Stanger

  • 2:54 pm: Trace Crowe, Chandler Phillips, and Alvaro Ortiz

  • 3:05 pm: Chan Kim, Hayden Springer, and Renato Naula


10th Tee


  • 8:30 a.m.: Kevin Chappell, Doug Ghim, and Andrew Novak

  • 8:41 a.m.: Maverick McNealy, Ben Taylor, and Ryan Fox

  • 8:52 a.m.: Keith Mitchell, Charley Hoffman, and S.H. Kim

  • 9:03 am: Tony Finau, Mackenzie Hughes, and Nicolai Hogjaard

  • 9:14 am: Chez Reavie, Cameron Champ, and Brandt Snedeker

  • 9:25 am: Francesco Molinari, Peter Malnati, and Padraig Harrington

  • 9:36 am: Tyler Duncan, Troy Merritt, and Thorbjorn Oleson

  • 9:47 a.m.: Pierceson Coody, Raul Pereda, and Fred Biondi

  • 9:58 a.m.: Jake Knapp, Wilson Furr, and Cristobal Del Solar

  • 10:09 a.m.: Chris Gotterup, Ryan McCormick, and Austin Wylie

  • 10:20 am: Jorge Campillo, Blaine Hale, Jr., and Jose Antonio Safa

  • 1:15 pm: Jhonattan Vegas, Patrick Rodgers, Stephan Jaeger

  • 1:26 pm: Matt NeSmith, Vince Whaley, and Carson Young

  • 1:37 pm: Ryan Moore, Callum Tarren, and Tyson Alexander

  • 1:48 pm: J.J. Spaun, Chad Ramey, and Ryan Brehm

  • 1:59 pm: Patton Kizzire, Davis Thompson, and Matti Schmid

  • 2:10 pm: Ryan Palmer, Thomas Detry, and Roger Sloan

  • 2:21 pm: Bronson Burgoon, MJ Daffue, Sebastian Vazquez

  • 2:32 pm: Sami Valimaki, Philip Knowles, and Max Greyserman

  • 2:43 pm: Parker Coody, Joe Highsmith, and Roberto Diaz

  • 2:54 pm: Ben Silverman, Rico Hoey, Adrien Dumont de Chassart

  • 3:05 pm: Kevin Dougherty, Patrick Fishburn, and Santiago De la Fuente

Mexico Open at Vidanta 2024 Course details

A PGA Tour event in its second year, one of the best golf tournaments in the world, and one of the most well-known golf courses in Mexico are all held at Vidanta Vallarta, home of the Greg Norman-designed Mexico Open at Vidanta.


The magnificent golf course at Vidanta Vallarta is home to both the PGA Tour and its new Mexico Open at Vidanta, which features some of the world's best players playing in western central Mexico.


There are 18 holes on the 7,456-yard Vidanta Vallarta golf course, with a par of 71. This championship course's fairways and greens are covered in paspalum grass.


Where is the 2024 Mexico Open at Vidanta?

The 2024 Mexico Open at Vidanta was held at the infamous Vidanta Vallarta golf course.


Mexico Open at Vidanta 2024 Field List

The field list of 132 players at the 2024 Mexico Open at Vidanta is as follows:


  • Alexander Björk (Sweden)

  • Tyson Alexander (USA)

  • Matt Atkins (USA)

  • Aaron Baddeley (Australia)

  • Paul Barjon (France)

  • Erik Barnes (USA)

  • Fred Biondi (USA)

  • Alexander Bramlett (USA)

  • Joseph Brehm (USA)

  • Ryan Bridgeman (USA)

  • Jacob Burgoon (USA)

  • Bronson Campillo (USA)

  • Jorge Campos (Brazil)

  • Rafael Cazaubön (Argentina)

  • Cameron Champ (USA)

  • Kevin Chappell (USA)

  • Parker Coody (USA)

  • Pierceson Coody (USA)

  • Trace Crowe (USA)

  • Santiago De la Fuente (Argentina)

  • Cristobal Del Solar (Chile)

  • Thomas Detry (Belgium)

  • Roberto Diaz (Mexico)

  • Philip Knowles (USA)

  • Ben Kohles (USA)

  • Nate Lashley (USA)

  • K.H. Lee (South Korea)

  • David Lipsky (USA)

  • Justin Lower (USA)

  • Stuart Macdonald (Canada)

  • Robert MacIntyre (Scotland)

  • Peter Malnati (USA)

  • Ryan McCormick (USA)

  • Maverick McNealy (USA)

  • Mac Meissner (USA)

  • Troy Merritt (USA)

  • Keith Mitchell (USA)

  • Francesco Molinari (Italy)

  • Ryan Moore (USA)

  • Omar Morales (Mexico)

  • Renato Naula (Ecuador)

  • Matt NeSmith (USA)

  • Henrik Norlander (Sweden)

  • Vincent Norrman (Sweden)

  • Andrew Novak (USA)

  • Thorbjarn Olesen (Denmark)

  • Sebastián Vázquez (Mexico)

  • Jhonattan Vegas (Venezuela)

  • Matt Wallace (England)

  • Vince Whaley (USA)

  • Tom Whitney (USA)

  • Brandon Wu (USA)

  • Dylan Wu (USA)

  • Austin Wylie (USA)

  • Norman Xiong (USA)

  • Carson Young (USA)

  • Carl Yuan (China)

  • Will Zalatoris (USA)

  • Ryan Palmer (USA)

  • Zecheng Dou (China)

  • Kramer Hickok (USA)

  • Austin Smotherman (USA)

  • MJ Daffue (South Africa)

  • Kevin Dougherty (USA)

  • Alvaro Ortiz (Mexico)

  • Adam Long (USA)

  • Adrien Dumont de Chassart (Belgium)

  • C.T. Pan (Chinese Taipei)

  • Jimmy Walker (USA)

  • Tyler Duncan (USA)

  • Taylor Pendrith (Canada)

  • Harry Higgs (USA)

  • Nico Echavarria (Colombia)

  • Raul Pereda (Mexico)

  • Matthias Schwab (Austria)

  • Austin Eckroat (USA)

  • Victor Perez (France)

  • Russell Knox (Scotland)

  • Harrison Endycott (Australia)

  • Chandler Phillips (USA)

  • Kelly Kraft (USA)

  • Tony Finau (USA)

  • Scott Piercy (USA)

  • Austin Cook (USA)

  • Patrick Fishburn (USA)

  • Aaron Rai (England)

  • Paul Haley II (USA)

  • Ryan Fox (New Zealand)

  • Chad Ramey (USA)

  • Bill Haas (USA)

  • Wilson Furr (USA)

  • Chez Reavie (USA)

  • Kevin Tway (USA)

  • Doug Ghim (USA)

  • Davis Riley (USA)

  • Will Gordon (USA)

  • Patrick Rodgers (USA)

  • Chris Gotterup (USA)

  • Jose Antonio Safa (Mexico)

  • Max Greyserman (USA)

  • Matti Schmid (Germany)

  • Lanto Griffin (USA)

  • Robby Shelton (USA)

  • Emiliano Grillo (Argentina)

  • Ben Sigel (USA)

  • Scott Gutschewski (USA)

  • Greyson Sigg (USA)

  • Chesson Hadley (USA)

  • Ben Silverman (Canada)

  • James Hahn (USA)

  • David Skinns (England)

  • Blaine Hale Jr. (USA)

  • Roger Sloan (Canada)

  • Harry Hall (England)

  • Alex Smalley (USA)

  • Padraig Harrington (Ireland)

  • Brandt Snedeker (USA)

  • Garrick Higgo (South Africa)

  • J.J. Spaun (USA)

  • Joe Highsmith (USA)

  • Hayden Springer (USA)

  • Ryo Hisatsune (Japan)

  • Scott Stallings (USA)

  • Rico Hoey (USA)

  • Jimmy Stanger (USA)

  • Charley Hoffman (USA)

  • Preston Stanley (USA)

  • Nicolai Hojgaard (Denmark)

  • Sam Stevens (USA)

  • J.B. Holmes (USA)

  • Justin Suh (USA)

  • Mark Hubbard (USA)


Mexico Open at Vidanta Purse Details and Purse Breakdown Structure

The purse for Vidanta's 2024 Mexico Open is $8.1 million, and 18% of the total, which is $1,458,000, will be awarded to the winner. The top 20 players will receive salaries of at least $100,000 each.


Mexico Open at Vidanta 2024 Purse Breakdown Structure

The complete purse structure for the Mexico Open at Vidanta is as follows:


  • 1 $1,458,000

  • 2 $882,900

  • 3 $558,900

  • 4 $396,900

  • 5 $332,100

  • 6 $293,625

  • 7 $273,375

  • 8 $253,125

  • 9 $236,925

  • 10 $220,725

  • 11 $204,525

  • 12 $188,325

  • 13 $172,125

  • 14 $155,925

  • 15 $147,825

  • 16 $139,725

  • 17 $131,625

  • 18 $123,525

  • 19 $115,425

  • 20 $107,325

  • 21 $99,225

  • 22 $91,125

  • 23 $84,645

  • 24 $78,165

  • 25 $71,685

  • 26 $65,205

  • 27 $62,775

  • 28 $60,345

  • 29 $57,915

  • 30 $55,485

  • 31 $53,055

  • 32 $50,625

  • 33 $48,195

  • 34 $46,170

  • 35 $44,145

  • 36 $42,120

  • 37 $40,095

  • 38 $38,475

  • 39 $36,855

  • 40 $35,235

  • 41 $33,615

  • 42 $31,995

  • 43 $30,375

  • 44 $28,755

  • 45 $27,135

  • 46 $25,515

  • 47 $23,895

  • 48 $22,599

  • 49 $21,465

  • 50 $20,817

  • 51 $20,331

  • 52 $19,845

  • 53 $19,521

  • 54 $19,197

  • 55 $19,035

  • 56 $18,873

  • 57 $18,711

  • 58 $18,549

  • 59 $18,387

  • 60 $18,225

  • 61 $18,063

  • 62 $17,901

  • 63 $17,739

  • 64 $17,577

  • 65 $17,415

  • 66 $17,253

  • 67 $17,091

  • 68 $16,929

  • 69 $16,767

  • 70 $16,605

  • 71 $16,443

  • 72 $16,281

  • 73 $16,119

  • 74 $15,957

  • 75 $15,795

  • 76 $15,633

  • 77 $15,471

  • 78 $15,309

  • 79 $15,147

  • 80 $14,985

  • 81 $14,823

  • 82 $14,661

  • 83 $14,499

  • 84 $14,337

  • 85 $14,175

  • 86 $14,013

  • 87 $13,851

  • 88 $13,689

  • 89 $13,527

  • 90 $13,365


Mexico Open at Vidanta 2024 Tournament Purse History

The tournament's whole purse history, which began in 1944, would be too long to discuss; nonetheless, it joined the PGA Tour in 2022. Thus, its history on the PGA Tour is quite short, at $7.3 million with a winner's share of $1,314,000 in 2022 and $7.7 million with a winner's share of $1,386,000 in 2023.


Mexico Open at Vidanta 2024 Map, How is it different from the previous championship?

The current venue for the 2024 Mexico Open at Vidanta is Vidanta Vallarta, which is the same location where it took place the previous season. It has 18 holes on the 7,287-yard Vidanta Vallarta golf course, with a par of 73.


Mexico Open at Vidanta 2024 Leaderboard

The complete leaderboard of the Mexico Open at Vidanta 2024 is as follows:


Pos.PlayerTo ParTotalMoney
1Jake Knapp-19265$1,458,000
2Sami Välimäki-17267$882,900
T3C.T. Pan-14270$429,300
T3Stephan Jaeger-14270$429,300
T3Justin Lower-14270$429,300
T6Patrick Rodgers-13271$283,500
T6Robert MacIntyre-13271$283,500
T8Carson Young-12272$220,725
T8Doug Ghim-12272$220,725
T8Andrew Novak-12272$220,725
T8Erik van Rooyen-12272$220,725
T8Chan Kim-12272$220,725
T13Maverick McNealy-11273$145,125
T13Tony Finau-11273$145,125
T13Brandon Wu-11273$145,125
T13Alvaro Ortiz-11273$145,125
T13Ben Silverman-11273$145,125
T13Henrik Norlander-11273$145,125
T19Greyson Sigg-10274$99,549
T19Aaron Rai-10274$99,549
T19Martin Trainer-10274$99,549
T19Keith Mitchell-10274$99,549
T19Jorge Campillo-10274$99,549
T24Dylan Wu-9275$61,695
T24Nico Echavarria-9275$61,695
T24Parker Coody-9275$61,695
T24Stuart Macdonald-9275$61,695
T24Aaron Baddeley-9275$61,695
T24Chandler Keith Phillips-9275$61,695
T24Chesson Hadley-9275$61,695
T24Davis Thompson-9275$61,695
T24Cameron Champ-9275$61,695
T33Harry Hall-8276$44,145
T33James Hahn-8276$44,145
T33Chad Ramey-8276$44,145
T33Emiliano Grillo-8276$44,145
T33Matt Wallace-8276$44,145
T38Austin Eckroat-7277$32,805
T38Rafael Campos-7277$32,805
T38Ryan McCormick-7277$32,805
T38Hayden Neyland Springer-7277$32,805
T38Wilson Furr-7277$32,805
T38Jimmy Stanger-7277$32,805
T38Kevin Dougherty-7277$32,805
T38Joseph Bramlett-7277$32,805
T46Santiago De La Fuente-6278$0
T46Thorbjørn Olesen-6278$25,515
T48Ryo Hisatsune-5279$22,194
T48Cristobal Del Solar-5279$22,194
T48Lanto Griffin-5279$22,194
T48Mark Hubbard-5279$22,194
T52Nicolai Højgaard-4280$19,467
T52Austin Smotherman-4280$19,467
T52Padraig Harrington-4280$19,467
T52Victor Perez-4280$19,467
T52Carl Yuan-4280$19,467
T52Ryan Palmer-4280$19,467
T58Erik Barnes-3281$18,630
T58Troy Merritt-3281$18,630
T60Trace Crowe-1283$18,063
T60Ryan Moore-1283$18,063
T60Garrick Higgo-1283$18,063
T60Jhonattan Vegas-1283$18,063
T60Robby Shelton-1283$18,063
65MJ Daffue6290$17,577


Mexico Open at Vidanta Leaderboard 2023

The top 10 of the 2023 Mexico Open at Vidanta, as per its leaderboard, are as follows:


Pos.PlayerTo ParTotalMoney
1Tony Finau-24260$1,386,000
2Jon Rahm-21263$839,300
3Brandon Wu-19265$531,300
4Akshay Bhatia-18266$377,300
T5Emiliano Grillo-16268$284,900
T5Eric Cole-16268$284,900
T5Austin Smotherman-16268$284,900
T8Cameron Champ-14270$232,925
T8Ben Taylor-14270$232,925
T10Patrick Rodgers-13271$179,025
T10Alejandro Tosti-13271$179,025
T10Harry Hall-13271$179,025
T10Beau Hossler-13271$179,025
T10Joseph Bramlett-13271$179,025


What is PAR in the 2024 Mexico Open at Vidanta Leaderboard?

The PAR for the 2024 Mexico Open at Vidanta is 71.


Largest Prize Money Payout In Mexico Open at Vidanta 2024 History?

The largest prize money payout for the 2024 Mexico Open at Vidanta in its complete history is its 2024 purse of $8.1 million, with $1.4 million being the winner’s share.


FAQs

A. The Mexico Open at Vidanta started in 1944 at Club de Golf Chapultepec and joined the PGA Tour in 2022.

A. The 2024 Mexico Open was scheduled for February 22–25, 2024, in Vidanta, Vallarta.

A. 132 players competed for $8.1 million and 500 FedExCup points in the 2024 Mexico Open.

A. The event is anticipated to generate over 3 billion pesos in economic value for the host region.

A. Jake Knapp won the 2024 Mexico Open at Vidanta with a score of 265-under-19, two shots ahead of runner-up, Sami Valimaki.

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