Abraham Ancer pushed on Sunday by shooting 5 under par and being just one shot behind leader Rory McIlroy
Abraham Ancer closed a spectacular weekend in Charlotte, North Carolina by taking second place in the PGA Wells Fargo Championship coming in second, behind only former world No. 1 Rory McIlroy.
‘El Turco’ had his best day on Sunday with 66 strokes for a cumulative 275 over the four rounds that placed him in second place, staying very close to his first triumph on the professional circuit, but that honor this end of the week belonged to McIlroy, who finished with -3 this day and only beat the Mexican by one blow.
Ancer was the best on the day the activity closed since he was 5 under par, which allowed him to overcome rivals such as the Norwegian Viktor Hovland and the American Keith Mitchell.
Abraham Ancer achieved his best result so far this year since in the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open he was in fourth place and in the Valspar Championship he finished in fifth place, for a cumulative of more than 2 million dollars so far in 2021.
In addition to this, it is the fourth time in the year that he has finished in the Top 10.