LAAC Continues Breeding Heroes in the Region

The Event that Forever Changed Golf in Latin America

The Cayman Islands form a small British Caribbean territory featuring only one 18-hole golf course and 176 registered golfers. Even the most optimistic Caymanian could not have imagined that the 2022 Latin America Amateur champion would emerge from the Islands and perfectly encapsulate the spirit of an event, which has marked a pivotal moment in…

Nicolas Echavarria earns PGA Tour membership

Aaron Jarvis becomes first Caymanian to make cut at The Open Championship

Amateur Aaron Jarvis of Cayman Islands prepares to putt on the No. 13 green during the second round of the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club, Friday, April 8, 2022.

Aaron Jarvis makes historic debut at the Masters Tournament

Just over two months after claiming the 2022 Latin America Amateur Championship at Casa de Campo in the Dominican Republic, Aaron Jarvis took full advantage of his first opportunity to play in the Masters Tournament. Making history as the first player from the Cayman Islands to compete at Augusta National Golf Club, the UNLV freshman…

A Champion’s Interview: Aaron Jarvis

2022 LAAC Final Round Recap

2022 LAAC Final Round

Aaron Jarvis proves at the LAAC he picked the right sport


The Impact of the LAAC

The 2022 edition of the Latin America Amateur Championship charts another step forward in the continued aim to elevate the game in South America, Central America, Mexico and the Caribbean. 

LAAC 2022 Round 3 Recap

Two players are looking to continue Chile’s dominance at the LAAC