Carlos Ortiz seeks to crown with a medal a great tournament in Tokyo 2020. The golfer seeks to give Mexico the third medal in the Olympic Games
The Mexican Carlos Ortiz will face the fourth and last round of the Olympic golf tournament in third position and will go in search of the third Olympic metal for Mexico in Tokyo 2020.
The Guadalajara golfer will seek to close with a medal on the fourth day of competition from the Kasumigaseki Country Club in Tokyo, which has been in the leading group since last Wednesday.
Carlos Ortiz’s direct competition is the American Xander Schauffele, who is in the first place with -14 and the local Hideki Matsuyama occupies the second place with -13.
The Mexican starts from the third position with -12, tied with the British Paul Casey. For his part, also Mexican Abraham Ancer recovered positions to place himself in 11th place along with Australian Cameron Smith and Italian Guido Migliozzi with -9.
Irish star Rory McIlroy is in a fourfold tie for fourth alongside Chilean Mito Pereira, Colombian Sebastián Muñoz and Austrian Sepp Straka, all at -11.
Carlos Ortiz will start from the leading group for the definition of medals in the Olympic Games.
⛳️🥇 # Toky2020 By 🥇🥈🥉!
Start your last round 🇲🇽 @Abraham_Ancer!
– EDF. MEX DE GOLF (@fedmexgolf) August 1, 2021
FOR MEDAL! 🥇🥈🥉
– CONADE (@CONADE) August 1, 2021
– Carlos Ortiz (@carlosortizGolf) July 31, 2021