Abraham Ancer achieved his first round in the PGA after a tiebreaker with Hideki Matsuyama and Sam Burns at the St. Jude World Golf Championship.
Abraham Ancer became the fourth Mexican player to win in the PGA. Ancer was crowned this Sunday in the WGC FedEx-St Jude Invitational with what happens to the history of the national sport, just a week after he finished in fourteenth position in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
The Mexican had to reach the second playoff hole against American Sam Burns and Japanese Hideki Matsuyama in order to win his first World Championship title.
Ancer became the fourth Mexican to win in the PGA, after Carlos Ortiz, Victor Regalado and César Sanudo had previously achieved it.