Mexicans will return to activity this Thursday after a good first day in Tokyo 2020
Mexican golfers Carlos Ortiz Y Abraham Ancer finished their first round in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Both were among the first groups to go out to the Kasumigaseki Country Club and did not waver at the time of their impacts.
Ortiz finished with a card of 65 strokes for -6 under par, which left him tied for second place along with the Belgian Thomas Pieters. The man from Guadalajara looked solid from the tee and with a perfectly cared field, he hardly made any mistakes.
Three birdies and just one bogey in the first leg put Carlos Ortiz among the leaders of the first round. For the return, four more birdies seeded him to second place in the competition with three days left to play.
For its part, Abraham Ancer he finished 69 strokes to -2 under par on the first day of competition at Kasumigaseki. The ‘Turk’ had two birdies in the first leg, while in the second nine holes he accumulated one more birdie and a bogey on the 16 flag, which gave his final score.
It will be this Thursday, at 18:03, Central Mexico time, when Ortiz goes to his second round together with him French Antoine Rozner and italian Guido Migliozzi. While Ancer will do the same at 6:14 p.m., CDMX time, and will go out with the American Xander Schauffele and the South African Christiaan Bezuidenhout.
At the moment, it is the Austrian Sepp Straka who marks the leader with a score of 63 strokes for a total of -8 under par.