Mexico’s Abraham Ancer, who began the final round at T-58, started his final round by shooting 5-under 31 on the front nine en route to the lowest round of the week, a 7-under 65. Ancer had no bogeys in the round, and even lipped out from 13 feet for birdie at the final hole.

“I don’t think I missed really any tee balls. I hit every single one exactly where I I wanted to hit it, so that obviously helped me a lot,” Ancer said. “The wind, it wasn’t blowing that much probably in the first four or five holes and then started to pump. Completely different direction, so the golf course played completely different. Par 3s, par 5s, everything played completely different, and I liked it.

“I guess it set up better for me with my shots coming into the greens and everything. I was working the ball nicely with the wind and kind of getting close to some pin placements that I couldn’t get close to the previous days. … I just played solid.”

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