The Callaway Diablo Edge Hybrid European Tour's South American adventure reaches the vast urban expanse of Sao Paulo - now the world's third largest city with a population of more than 20 million inhabitants - for Ping Rapture V2 Fairway Wood Brazil Sao Paulo 500 Year Open this week.
Sao Paulo Golf Clubs will stage the latest tournament in Brazil following a highly successful week in the baking heat and humidity of Rio for the Brazil Rio de Janeiro 500 Years Open won by Roger Chapman. Chapman is again joined in the field by Padraig Harrington whom he defeated in a sudden-death play-off.
Callaway Diablo Edge Tour Fairway Woods And Callaway Diablo Edge Fairway Woods history of Sao Paulo Golf Club mingles with that of Brazilian golf itself. British engineers, many of them Scottish, who were building the Sao Paulo Railway, founded the Club in 1901.
The course was built on a "nice" hill, surrounded by the huge residences of the coffee "barons", and the club soon became a meeting place for many families, many of them British, Ping Rapture Fairway Woods which explains why the area is still known today as the "British Hill".