The Mexican closed the fourth day of competition with a total of 267 strokes to sign a card of -17 under par
The Mexican golfer Carlos Ortiz was tied for fourth at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, with a total of 267 strokes to sign a score of -17 under par after four days of competition.
The Guadalajara native had a solid round this Sunday with six birdies and an eagle, although a bogey on the 12th hole took him away from a place higher on the board; however, Ortiz found himself in good shape with the irons and the putt was fine.
‘Charly’, who already added his first victory on the PGA Tour last November at the Houston Open, stressed the positive results he has sustained throughout the 2021 campaign and reaffirmed the good golf he has found in recent months.
With this result, The Mexican placed 11th in the FedEx Cup and is 304 points behind the first place, which is for American Dustin Johnson.
Meanwhile, Brooks Koepka returned to victory and was the champion in Phoenix, one of the most famous tournament due to its iconic 16th hole with the famous “Stadium”, where 4,500 fans enjoy one of the best par 3s on the Tour.
Koepka, winner of four majors, reaffirmed that he is ready for the rest of the calendar. Meanwhile, South Korean Kyoung-Hoon Lee and Xander Schauffele were in second place.