Carlos Ortiz has been announced as the Mexican representative in Men's Singles Golf in the Tokyo Olympic Games.
Mexico's Carlos Ortiz was soaking up the thrills of his Masters debut. "It's pretty exciting," he said. "For me, it's like a dream come true. It lived up to the expectations."
In the final round of the 2021 Waste Management Phoenix Open, Carlos Ortiz nearly holes his 91-yard approach, setting up a tap-in birdie at the par-4 18th hole.
“Today was a beautiful day, I don’t think it gets any better than this anywhere. I took advantage of that, I hit the ball great and made a couple putts and when you do that it normally is a good outcome,” Ortiz said.
Carlos Ortiz and Abraham Ancer, born two months apart in early 1991, developed a friendship via the junior golf circuits in their native Mexico. Ortiz and Ancer have always supported each other’s chase of professional golf dreams. So as Ortiz vied for his first PGA TOUR title down the stretch of last month’s Vivint Houston Open, Ancer delayed his Masters preparation to cheer on his friend.