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The 2012 Shoot Out series competition consists of four 18-hole qualifying tournaments and 36-hole championship tourney to determine the winner of the "2012 San Miguel Seniors Shoot Out Cup". You may choose to play in only one or all of the four qualifying tournaments. However, the more qualifying tournaments in which you compete, the better your chances to earn an invitation to the final championship tourney at year-end.
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If you are not rated you may place yourself by reading below and determining which level best represents your playing abilities.
A. Begin with 1.5. Read all categories carefully and then decide which one best describes your present ability
level. Be certain that you qualify on all points of all preceding levels as well as those in the level you choose.
B. When rating yourself assume you are playing against a player of the same gender and the same ability.
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Also known as Club Deportivo, the facilities include a weight room with treadmill, weight equipment and stationary bikes, 25-meter semi-Olympic covered heated (83 degree F) pool. Lockers, showers and steam rooms. Spinning room for classes. Open since July 2000.
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Nothing can replace fútbol – known here as soccer- as the most popular sport in Mexico, but baseball comes in a strong second. From Tijuana to Tampico, in the large cities and the smallest villages, you find ballparks. Some are impressive stadiums with manicured grass, many more are just dirt fields where corn used to grow. No one really knows when the game of baseball was first played in Mexico. A popular theory has the first evidence of play dating back to the U.S. – Mexican War, when idle American soldiers played near the town of Xalapa, Veracruz, in 1847. Other towns make the same claim; that the soldiers first played around that time in their town, so, quién sabe?
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One of the most popular sports in Mexico is futbol, also known as soccer in other countries. The sport involves moving a ball towards a goal on one side of the field, while the opposing team tries to steal the ball and block it from reaching the goal. There are sveral leagues in town. San Miguel has its own third division soccer team but most of the town plays on private leagues and well as indoor soccer leagues.
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Local Basquetaball leagues are played in the premises of "Benito Juarez" park. A Tradition that is been in town for more tha 60 years. Tournaments are tipicaly played once a year for men and women play 2 tournaments during one year. Teams are basiclly founded by friends that know each other since they were kids, a lot of players have been known to play in other cities as they are invited because of their skills, it is alson known of one player who is playing in the main National Basketball League his name "Erik Hare" known in the basketball areas in town and other states where he has played. Basketball in San Miguel has changed more each year and we are hopping that it will be for the best. If poeple would like toparticipate in teams they are more than welcome.
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San Miguel de Allende Tourism

San Miguel de Allende is considered to be the jewel of the Colone and a National Monument. It was built in 1542.This beautiful street has kept by the years its architecture, its rocked streets, its own traditions and culture. It is located just an hour away from the city of Guanajuato.
Behind its old wood doors you can see the beautiful colonial yards; lots of them had given life to the international and grand tourism Hotels. At the principal square you can find the principal church called "Parroquia de San Miguel Arcángel”, and a few steps from there, there's the Cultural Centre "El Nigromante", the Allende Institute and the San Francisco Church.

San Miguel de Allende is also enriched with the several Chamber Music and Jazz Festivals, and its famous wool and lathon fair.

San Miguel de Allende is a natural refugee of talented national and international artists and craft makers.  They exhibit their work at the several galleries and art fair.


Visit San Miguel de Allende


San Miguel de Allende is an outstanding colonial place, one of the city’s most important features is the large variety of styles, colors, tendencies and shapes of its doors, which have even been motif for graphic publications and books, as the variety and beauty is such that it deserves acknowledgement.

The thermal water springs that surround the city are another feature that increases its richness and versatility, such as El Chorro, Cieneguita, Montecillo, Atotonilco, Taboada and El Cortijo.

San Miguel de Allende offers a nostalgic Mexico of peculiar beauty and very impressive, considered a National Monument. An intelligent perception of the living quality has made it keep its architecture, its cobblestone paved streets, its traditions and culture.

The gorgeous colonial patios today are part of a large variety of high class hotels and international restaurants. The city has become a natural shelter for national and international talented craftsmen and artists that show their works in numerous art galleries.

Its colonial architecture and the environment of its streets make it a cosmopolitan city that today looks like a magnificent bazaar with galleries, art shops and crafts among impressive building from the viceregal period like Allende’s House-Museum, Conde del Canal’s House, De La Concepcion Temple or Las Monjas and El Oratorio de San Felipe Neri.

San Miguel de Allende

High in the cool hills, this colonial gem of cobblestone streets and picturesque churches inspires artists with its colour, character and light. Baroque, neoclassical and neogothic mix in the city's buildings, notably at the pink stone 18th-century church on the Plaza Principal. Founded in 1542, the city is a mix of Hispanic and Mesoamerican influences.


7 Reasons you will fall in love of San Miguel de Allende

7 Reasons you will fall in love of San Miguel de Allende

  1. History: The city's rich history dates back to 1542 when it played an important role as a hub in the silver trade.

  2. Architecture: San Miguel de Allende is known for its well-preserved Colonial and Spanish architecture.

  3. Art: There is still a very vibrant arts community with many studios and galleries with working artists and artisans.

  4. Sunrises and sunsets: Because of the light and changing colors of the foothills of the Sierra Madre, sunrises and sunsets in San Miguel de Allende can be quite dramatic.

  5. Cultural mixes: San Miguel de Allende is not only rich in Mexican culture but also attracts many foreign retirees, artists and writers, predominantly from the U.S. and Canada.

  6. Rooftops: With such temperate weather, described by some as "eternal spring," many of San Miguel de Allende's restaurants and bars are on rooftops, offering beautiful city views. 

  7. Food and dinning: San Miguel de Allende is so popular with tourists, there has been a proliferation of foodie destinations, from street foods to gourmet restaurants.

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