Carlos Ortiz climbs 29 places in the PGA ranking after second place in Mayakoba


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Carlos Ortiz climbs 29 places in the PGA ranking after second place in Mayakoba

The Mexican went from No. 78 to 49 after his participation in the tournament, Abraham Ancer is still the best Latino in the No. 13 place

Norwegian golfer Viktor Hovland climbed seven spots and is now number 10 in the world golf ranking after being crowned champion and retaining this Sunday the title of the tournament Mayakoba of the PGA, appointment that did not have the participation of the Spanish Jon Rahm who continues in the first place of the classification.

The Mexican Carlos Ortiz, second place in Mayakoba, climbed 29 positions in the classification, going from N ° 78 to N ° 49.

Hovland, who with a journey of 67 strokes won the title of the event played in Playa del Carmen (Mexico), reached an average of 5.99 points that place it in the tenth box of the ranking, which, for week 45, has on its podium Rahm (9.98) and the Americans Colln Morikawa (8.54) and Dustin Johnson (8.26).

Xander Schauffele (7.00) is fifth, while Justin Thomas (6.97) is sixth and displaced Bryson DeChambeau (6.79) to seventh place, followed by Northern Irishman Rory McIlroy (6.47) who is eighth and South African Louis Oosthuizen (5.99) which is ninth.

The Mexican Abraham Ancer is the best of the Latin Americans to be in the thirteenth position, followed by the Chilean Joaquín Niemann who is 30 and Ortiz now at No. 49.

The Spanish Sergio García, seventh in the Mexican competition, rose one place and is now in position 43 of this list.


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