The Mexican golfer experienced a difficult fourth round and concluded until the 18th place of the Farmers Insurance Open
The Mexican Carlos Ortiz finish the Farmers Insurance Open in the position 18 after this Sunday he signed a 78-impact card and lost the leadership he obtained on Saturday. The golfer from Guadalajara had trouble finding his best golf and walked away from American Patrick Reed, who won the pageant held at Torrey Pines in San Diego, California.
Ortiz came out this Sunday as the leader with a score of -10 under par, but from hole one he had problems and was not fine in his outings, since many of his shots ended up in the bunkers and although he was fine with the approach, was not enough to lift his second title of the PGA Tour.
‘Charly’ had a great tournament since Thursday and was the only Latino who made the cut, since Abraham Ancer, who is currently the highest ranked Mexican, was not in the Californian tournament due to the planning of his calendar.
The man from Guadalajara, who won the Houston Open last November, had a card with seven bogeys, a double bogey and just three birdies, which took him away from the top of the board on each hole.
Finally, Reed claimed his ninth victory in the PGA Tour finishing with a 274-hit card and finishing with -14 hits below par. The American, who was embroiled in controversy in Saturday’s round by declaring a ball unplayable, posted his first win of the season.