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Grand Reserve Golf Club at Hyatt Regency Grand Reserve Puerto Rico

Grand Reserve Golf Club

The Grand Reserve Golf Club features an outstanding Tom Kite-designed golf course that opened for play in 2005.

Each year the Grand Reserve Golf serves as the backdrop to the Puerto Rico Open.

The Puerto Rico Open has seen many PGA Tour players springboard to great success on TOUR.

Including players like Jason Day, Jordan Spieth, Tony Finau, Bryson DeChambeau, and Chesson Hadley.

The Grand Reserve Golf Club is set within the backdrop of the Hyatt Grand Reserve Puerto Rico.

But don’t let this resort-style golf course fool you. This is a layout that will challenge you from your first tee shot. On through your final putt at hole number 18.

Tom Kite designed championship course at the Grand Reserve Golf Club. Home to the Puerto Rico Open, a PGA Tour event, and all part of a 27-hole facility at the Hyatt Regency Grand Reserve, Puerto Rico.

The Course

Year built: 2005
Architect(s): Tom Kite
Type: Resort
Greens: Paspalum
Fairways: Paspalum/Bermuda Mix
Golf Season: Year-round  


Par 72
Length Back Tees: 7551
Slope: 77.9
Rating: 136
Length Forward Tees: 5345
Slope: 72.0
Rating: 122


Grand Reserve Golf Club
100 Clubhouse Drive
Rio Grande, Puerto Rico 00745

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Alan Hunter

Alan Hunter is the Managing Director at Hunter Southwest Productions. Since 2004 the company has provided video production services to the golf industry. HSW also produces several nationally syndicated television programs, including Golf Southwest and Golf America.