The 2022 championship will mark a return to Casa de Campo’s Teeth of the Dog for the third time in the LAAC’s seven-year history. Designed by Pete Dye and built in the early 1970s, Teeth of the Dog features seven holes along the Atlantic Ocean and is routinely ranked as one of the best courses throughout Latin America and the number one layout in the Caribbean. Costa Rica’s Paul Chaplet recorded a one-stroke victory in the 2016 LAAC at Casa de Campo, and Alvaro Ortiz of Mexico dazzled on the second nine to earn a victory in the championship’s return to Teeth of the Dog in 2019.

Casa de Campo is renowned for its collection of golf courses, professional facilities and commitment to service and exceeding guest expectations.