News & Notes from the Mayakoba Golf Classic
SECOND-ROUND NOTESMEXICANS WHO MADE THE CUT
THIRD ROUND TEE TIMESTV TIMES
SECOND-ROUND NOTES
Things to Know

2013 Mayakoba Golf Classic winner Harris English shoots 64 in bid to claim a fourth top-10 finish in fifth start this season

2016 Mayakoba Golf Classic winner Pat Perez, T7, shoots 65 in bid for first win in over two years

No player has won the Mayakoba Golf Classic twice (12 editions)

Brendon Todd posts 3-under 68, his seventh consecutive score in the 60s; most since carding eight straight in 2014

Alvaro Ortiz (sponsor invite) and brother Carlos Ortiz, both inside the top 10 through 36 holes

Russell Henley incurs eight penalty strokes; drops from top-10 position to missing the cut

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MEXICANS WHO MADE THE CUT
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Álvaro Ortiz (-9)

From Guadalajara, Jalisco. He is the winner of the 2019 Latin American Amateur Championship, which earned him a spot in the 2019 Masters Tournament. He is the younger brother of Carlos Ortiz.

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Carlos Ortiz (-8)

From Guadalajara, Jalisco. Currently the second highest ranked Mexican in the Official World Golf Ranking and a member of the PGA TOUR, Ortiz has 3 top-10 finishes in his last 8 starts.

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Abraham Ancer (-4)

From Reynosa, Tamaulipas he is the highest ranked Mexican in the Official World Golf Ranking. A member of the PGA TOUR and the International Team for the upcoming Presidents Cup. Ancer is seeking for his first victory on the PGA TOUR.

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THIRD ROUND TEE TIMES
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TV COVERAGE
NOVEMBER 17

Golf Channel / Golf Channel Latin America
En Vivo / Live From Mayakoba
2:00 pm – 5:00 pm EST & 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm CST

Golf Channel / Golf Channel Latin America
Golf Central Highlight Show
8:00 pm – 9:00 pm EST & 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm CST

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