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World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship 2018

DATES: March 01-04
SITE: Club de Golf Chapultepec, Mexico City, MEX
PRIZE MONEY: $10,000,000

Round 4 - Phil Mickelson wins WGC-Mexico in playoff

March 04, 2018

Phil Mickelson fired a final-round 5-under 66 to match Justin Thomas (64), already in the clubhouse on 16-under 268, forcing a playoff at the WGC-Mexico Championship. Mickelson won the sudden-death playoff on the first extra hole with a two-putt par when Thomas failed to get up-and-down from behind the green at the par-3 17th hole.

Mickelson won his 43rd PGA TOUR event in his 578th career start at the age of 47 years, 8 months, 16 days. He becomes the oldest winner of a World Golf Championships event, supplanting Vijay Singh, who captured the 2008 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational at 45 years, 5 months, 12 days. Before Mickelson, Ernie Els, aged 40 years, 4 months, 25 days in 2010, was the oldest winner of the WGC-Mexico Championship.

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Since the FedExCup’s 2007 inception, the winner of the WGC-Mexico Championship has made it all the way to the TOUR Championship all but once, with Geoff Ogilvy missing the 30-player event in 2008 after victory at Doral. The WGC-Mexico Championship also has the longest current streak of past champions advancing to the TOUR Championship with nine, tied with the Sentry Tournament of Champions and the Valspar Championship.

Mickelson has now won 16 of his 43 victories after trailing heading into the final round.

This is his third WGC title and first victory since the 2013 Open Championship – a 96-event drought. In 16 starts at the WGC-Mexico Championship, Mickelson has two victories (2009, 2018) and two top-five finishes (5th/2016, T3/2013).

After taking The Honda Classic off last week, Mickelson continued a streak of four consecutive top-10 finishes on the PGA TOUR (T5/Waste Management Phoenix Open, T2/AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, T6/Genesis Open, 1st/WGC-Mexico Championship). The last time Mickelson had four consecutive top-10 finishes on the PGA TOUR was in 2005 (1/Waste Management Phoenix Open, 1/AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, T9/WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play, 2/Ford Championship at Doral).

He has now recorded 192 top-10 finishes on the PGA TOUR (578 career starts).

Mickelson was one of four players (Rafa Cabrera Bello, Brian Harman, Dustin Johnson) to post four sub-70 rounds this week. Last year, Thomas Pieters was the only player in the field with four sub-70 rounds at Club de Golf Chapultepec. During the 10 years that Doral hosted the WGC-Mexico Championship (2007-2016), only three players completed the tournament with all four rounds below 70 – Mickelson (65-66-69-69/1st),Jim Furyk (68-68-69-67/3rd) in 2009, and Steve Stricker (67-67-69-68/2nd) in 2013.

Justin Thomas was seeking his third title of the season, and second in as many weeks before being defeated by Phil Mickelson in a playoff. He won The Honda Classic last week in a playoff.

He began the final round in 10th position, four strokes back of leader Shubhankar Sharma, and immediately made his mark with birdies at the first two holes. Thomas added four additional birdies to reach 15-under before dropping a shot at the par-3 17th hole when he failed to get up-and-down from the fringe. After finding the fairway on the 72nd hole, he jarred a sand-wedge from 119 yards for an eagle 2, shooting a final-round 64, and waited for Mickelson to force the playoff. It was the second eagle of the week on a par-4 for Thomas. He eagled No. 1 while shooting a course-record 9-under 62 in the third round.

Thomas’ 7-under 64 was his 15th straight par-or-better final round. He’s a combined 48-under par in those final rounds.

Seeking his first PGA TOUR win in his 57th career start, Spain’s Rafa Cabrera Bello posted three 2s in the final round, including an eagle 2 at the par-4 first hole. Three birdies in the final six holes lifted Cabrera Bello into T3, matching his best result in a WGC event (third at the 2016 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play when he defeated Rory McIlroy 3 and 2 in the Consolation Match at Austin CC).

England’s Tyrell Hatton challenged the lead in the final round, reaching 16-under with an eagle at the par-5 15th hole, however, a final-hole bogey (missed a 10-foot par putt) extinguished his chance to win.

Kiradech Aphibarnrat’s final round 6-under 65 matched his low round on the PGA TOUR (65/four times), allowing him to finish T5. The WGC-Mexico Championship marked his 30th PGA TOUR start where his best showing is T3 at the 2013 CIMB Classic. Aphibarnrat matched the best finish by a Thai in a WGC event (Thongchai Jaidee/T5/2010 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play).

With 150 non-member FedExCup points to his credit this season, Aphibarnrat can seek Special Temporary Membership of the PGA TOUR if he matches the points earned by the player at No. 150 in last season’s FedExCup standings (269 by Rick Lamb).

Brian Harman finished T5. The 31-year-old left-hander now has six top-10s this season, the most on TOUR.

Defending champion and world No. 1 Dustin Johnson shot four rounds in the 60s to finish T7.

Making his second start of the 2017-18 PGA TOUR Season after opening with a T33 finish at last week’s The Honda Classic, Sergio Garcia captured his second top-10 finish on the PGA TOUR since winning the Masters last year (T10/2017 TOUR Championship, T7/WGC-Mexico Championship). While his last victory on the PGA TOUR came at the 2017 Masters, Garcia has already visited the winner’s circle in 2018, with a victory at the Asian Tour’s SMBC Singapore Open in late January.

In his first PGA TOUR and World Golf Championships appearance, India's Shubhankar Sharma, the solo leader after 36 and 54 holes, posted a final-round 3-over 74 to slip to T9. The 21-year-old made four bogeys in the last six holes while playing in the final group.

Mexico’s Abraham Ancer shot a final-round 69, including a closing 4-under 31 on his final nine holes, to finish T52. Ancer secured his exemption into the WGC-Mexico Championship by finishing as the top-ranked Mexican player in the world (No. 255) as of February 19, 2018.

First-round leader Louis Oosthuizen followed his opening-round 64 with 71-76-71 to finish T30 at 2-under 282.

Spain’s Jon Rahm finished T20. Following major earthquakes that hit Mexico City, Rahm pledged to donate US$1,000 for every birdie and US$3,000 for every eagle he made during the WGC-Mexico Championship. The funds will be distributed to the Mexican Red Cross to assist with earthquake relief for people in need. Rahm made 21 birdies for the week and will contribute US$21,000 to the fund. Rahm’s sponsors stepped in to match the contribution making the final amount US$63,000.

Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
R2
R3
R4
Total
1
Phil Mickelson
USA
-16
69
68
65
66
268
2
Justin Thomas
USA
-16
72
70
62
64
268
T3
Rafael Cabrera Bello
ESP
-15
66
67
69
67
269
T3
Tyrrell Hatton
ENG
-15
70
68
64
67
269

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Round 3 - Sharma hangs on to lead in Mexico

March 03, 2018

India's Shubhankar Sharma survived some shaky moments to maintain his two-shot lead at the WGC Mexico Championship after the third round on Saturday.

Sharma, the 21-year-old Asian Tour Order of Merit leader whose two European Tour wins this season -- the first of his career -- have propelled him to number 75 in the world, is making his first start in an elite World Golf Championships event.

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He had five birdies and three bogeys in his two-under par 69 at Club de Golf Chapultepec near Mexico City, where his 13-under par total of 200 put him two clear of five-time major winner Phil Mickelson, reigning Masters champion Sergio Garcia, Tyrrell Hatton and Rafa Cabrera Bello.

World number one and defending champion Dustin Johnson headed a group on 203 that also included 2017 US PGA Tour rookie of the year Xander Schauffele, Pat Perez and Brian Harman.

Sharma, leading by two to start the day, made a quick start with three birdies in his frist six holes. He bounced back from a bogey at the eighth with a birdie at 11, but surrendered a shot at 13.

He rolled in a 16-foot birdie putt at 14 to reclaim sole possession of the lead, and he was two clear even after his bogey at 16.

He closed with a tremendous par save at the last, calmly rolling in a 15-foot putt to maintain his cushion.

Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
R2
R3
Total
1
Shubhankar Sharma
IND
-13
65
66
69
200
T2
Phil Mickelson
USA
-11
69
68
65
202
T2
Rafael Cabrera Bello
ESP
-11
66
67
69
202
T2
Sergio Garcia
ESP
-11
68
65
69
202
T2
Tyrrell Hatton
ENG
-11
70
68
64
202
T6
Brian Harman
USA
-10
68
67
68
203
T6
Dustin Johnson
USA
-10
69
66
68
203
T6
Pat Perez
USA
-10
68
67
68
203
T6
Xander Schauffele
USA
-10
65
68
70
203
10
Justin Thomas
USA
-9
72
70
62
204

Round 2 - Shubhankar Sharma grabs halfway lead in WGC-Mexico

March 02, 2018

India’s Shubhankar Sharma fired an inward 31, which included three closing birdies, for a second round 5-under 66 to grab a two-shot halfway lead in his first World Golf Championships appearance at the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship on Friday.

In what is also his maiden PGA TOUR start, the 21-year-old, who is the youngest competitor in the field, began the round by making eagle on the par-4 first hole for the second successive day, this time finding the green with a 320-yard tee shot which landed about two feet of the hole which he converted. On Thursday, he chipped in from off the green for his two.

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Successive bogeys on the second and third holes saw the two-time European Tour and Asian Tour winner make the turn in 35 before coming home strongly with birdies on 11, 12, 16, 17 and 18 which put him on 11-under-par 131. His longest birdie putt was from 24 feet on 12 while the other birdies were from inside of 10 feet.

Sharma hit nine of 14 fairways and 14 of 18 greens in regulation during his second round. He ranks first for proximity to the hole with a cumulative 28 feet and 8 inches and also strokes gained against the field.

The best result by an Indian golfer in the World Golf Championships event is by Jeev Milkha Singh, who finished fourth at the 2009 WGC-Mexico Championship. Hideki Matsuyama of Japan is the only Asian golfer to win a World Golf Championships event when he triumphed at the 2016 WGC-HSBC Champions in China which he followed up with a second victory at the 2017 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.

Through 16 events on the 2017-18 PGA TOUR Season, four players have converted a 36-hole lead/co-lead into a win. Most recently, Austin Cook did so at The RSM Classic.

Xander Schauffele fired a 3-under 69 and remained bogey-free after 36 holes in what is his debut at the WGC-Mexico Championship. He is the only player who has yet to drop a shot at the tournament.

Starting from the 10th tee, Schauffele made birdies on 14 and 15, converting putts from inside of six feet, to turn in 34 and briefly held the lead at 8-under. He picked up a third birdie at the first hole with a seven-foot conversion. The 24-year-old from San Diego hit 10 of 14 fairways and 11 of 18 greens in regulation and is ranked T1 for scrambling.

Sergio Garcia carded a bogey-free 6-under 65, which included an eagle on the par-5 11th, to move into a tie for second. The Spaniard is making his second start of the 2017-18 PGA TOUR Season after opening with a T33 finish at last week’s The Honda Classic.

A 4-under 67 by Rafa Cabrera Bello pushed him up to T2 position as he chases a first WGC and PGA TOUR victory.

After going bogey-free with an opening 66 on Thursday, the Spaniard dropped two shots on the eighth and 17th holes but four birdies on the front nine at the first, fourth, fifth and sixth holes, and a 27-foot eagle conversion on the par-5 15th hole kept him in contention. Cabrera Bello is ranked first in Strokes Gained Putting after 36 holes.

In six PGA TOUR starts this season, Cabrera Bello has finished inside the top-30 in each start.

Defending champion and world No. 1 Dustin Johnson shot 5-under 66 to move into T5 on 7-under, four shots behind leader Shubhankar Sharma. The American made an eagle on No. 9 when he holed out from 112 yards, while his four birdies came on the first, sixth, 15th and 17th holes.

Brendan Steele carded a bogey-free 5-under 66 and sits T5. He birdied three of the four par-5 holes on six, 11 and 15, and picked up more gains on the second and 14th holes.

After opening with a 7-under 64, overnight leader Louis Oosthuizen settled for an even par 71 which included two birdies on two and 15 against dropped shots on six and 13. He found only half the fairways and missed six greens in regulation and needed 31 putts during his round to slip four shots back in T5.

Bubba Watson, who won the Genesis Open two weeks ago for his 10th PGA TOUR victory, fought his way back into contention with a flawless 66, highlighted by five birdies. In the first round, Watson led on 7-under through 11 holes before coming back to the field.

Kiradech Aphibarnrat sits T5 after a second-round 69. Starting on the 10th hole, he made birdies on 13 and 18 and eagled the par-5 15th hole after holing a 44-foot putt from the fringe. A five-foot birdie putt on the first hole pushed the Thai into the lead briefly on 10-under before he dropped shots on the second, fourth and eighth holes.

Jordan Spieth shot a bogey-free 4-under 67 to sit T14. Starting on the 10th tee, he made birdies on 11, 15, 18 and 1 and trails halfway leader Shubhankar Sharma by seven shots.

Mexico’s Abraham Ancer shot a 76 in the second round to sit T56. Ancer secured his exemption into the Mexico Championship by finishing as the top-ranked Mexican player in the world (No. 255) as of February 19, 2018.

Justin Thomas, the reigning FedExCup champion, carded a 70 for T38 position after two rounds. He won The Honda Classic in a playoff last week.

Phil Mickelson, at 47, the oldest player in the field this week, followed up 69 with a 68 for T14 position. Ernie Els, aged 40 years, 4 months, 25 days in 2010, is the oldest winner of the Mexico Championship.

Pos.
Player
To Par
Nat
R1
R2
Total
1
Shubhankar Sharma
-11
IND
65
66
131
T2
Rafael Cabrera Bello
-9
ESP
66
67
133
T2
Sergio Garcia
-9
ESP
68
65
133
T2
Xander Schauffele
-9
USA
65
68
133
T5
Brendan Steele
-7
USA
69
66
135
T5
Brian Harman
-7
USA
68
67
135
T5
Bubba Watson
-7
USA
69
66
135
T5
Dustin Johnson
-7
USA
69
66
135
T5
Kiradech Aphibarnrat
-7
THA
66
69
135
T5
Louis Oosthuizen
-7
RSA
64
71
135
T5
Pat Perez
-7
USA
68
67
135

Round 1 - Louis Oosthuizen takes opening lead in Mexico

March 01, 2018

Louis Oosthuizen fired a flawless 7-under 64 which included five birdies and an eagle at the par-5 15th hole where he holed a putt from just under five feet after reaching the green in two. Oosthuizen hit 15 of 18 greens in regulation, 9 of 14 fairways and required 27 putts.

“I'm hitting it well and just need to do the same tomorrow,” said Oosthuizen. “I drove it pretty well. I've got a lot of confidence in my driver and just teeing it up on a lot of holes and making good swings. I've been hitting it the last three, four weeks really good, two of those weeks just practising back at Palm Beach.”

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This is the first time in 137 PGA TOUR starts that he has held the 18-hole lead or co-lead.
He has only once shot a round below 64 on the PGA Tour when he shot 63/R3 at the 2012 Dell Technologies Championship. His best showing in this event in eleven previous appearances came in 2015 when he finished sixth, his only top-10 result in this event.

Oosthuizen is seeking his second PGA TOUR title to match The Open Championship victory he claimed in 2010.

After recovering from a finger injury, last week’s T24 at The Honda Classic marked Oosthuizen’s only previous PGA TOUR start this season.

England’s Chris Paisley fired a seven birdie, one bogey 6-under 65 to sit T2. Paisley, 31, is one of six players in the field making his first appearance in a World Golf Championships event. This is also his first appearance in a PGA TOUR event.

“Obviously I was delighted with the score, and obviously it's the biggest tournament I've played in by a long stretch. To play as well as I did and shoot a great score against the world's best players and to be right up there, I'm just delighted. I didn't want to come here and just be happy to be part of it and just make up the numbers. I felt good about my game and I really like the course, it kind of suits my strengths, so I was just quietly confident."

Last season’s PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year Xander Schauffele is the lone American in the leading seven players on the leaderboard at T2 after an opening-round 6-under 65.

Rafa Cabrera Bello went bogey-free in the opening round to post a 5-under 66 and sit T5.

Kiradech Aphibarnrat sits T5 after a first-round 66. The 28-year-old has won four times on the European Tour, most recently at the 2018 ISPS HANDA Super 6 in Perth, Australia becoming only the second player from Thailand, after Thongchai Jaidee, to record multiple European Tour wins.

Shubhankar Sharma fired a bogey-free 6-under 65 with four birdies and an eagle at No. 1 (his 10th hole) when he chipped in from 30 feet away after his tee shot traveled 306 yards.

World No. 2 Jon Rahm, playing with World No. 1 Dustin Johnson (69) and World No. 3 Justin Thomas (72), fired the best score of the trio with a 4-under 67.

Following major earthquakes that hit Mexico City, Rahm has pledged to donate US$1,000 for every birdie and US$3,000 for every eagle he makes during the WGC-Mexico Championship. The funds will be distributed to the Mexican Red Cross to assist with earthquake relief for people in need. In the opening round, Rahm’s six birdies will help contribute US$6,000 to the fund.

Defending champion Dustin Johnson posted a 2-under 69 to sit T13.

Reigning Masters champion Sergio Garcia (T8), with 10 PGA TOUR wins and 14 European Tour victories, makes his 54th official start in a World Golf Championships event at the Mexico Championship. Garcia is one of three players to have contested more than 50 World Golf Championships events. Lee Westwood tops the list with 58 appearances while Phil Mickelson is making his 53rd WGC start this week. Garcia remains in search of his first title at any of the four World Golf Championships events. With seven, Garcia has the second-most top-10 finishes in the WGC-Mexico Championship, trailing only Tiger Woods (12).

Nine players have a chance to overtake the No. 1 position in the FedExCup standings this week. They are Patton Kizzire, Dustin Johnson, Jon Rahm, Brendan Steele, Tony Finau, Chez Reavie, Pat Perez, Gary Woodland and Patrick Cantlay.

Since the FedExCup’s 2007 inception, the winner of the WGC-Mexico Championship has made it all the way to the TOUR Championship all but once, with Geoff Ogilvy missing the 30-player event in 2008 after victory at Doral. The WGC-Mexico Championship also has the longest current streak of past champions advancing to the TOUR Championship with nine, tied with the Sentry Tournament of Champions and the Valspar Championship.

Chan Kim, a former Arizona State collegiate golfer with three wins on the Japan Golf Tour in 2017, withdrew with a wrist injury before the start of the first round. Kim will receive last-place unofficial money that he must designate to a charity. Brooks Koepka and Hideki Matsuyama – both eligible, but injured and unable to compete, will also receive last-place unofficial money which they must designate to a charity.

Pos.
Player
To Par
R1
1
Louis Oosthuizen
-7
64
T2
Chris Paisley
-6
65
T2
Xander Schauffele
-6
65
T2
Shubhankar Sharma
-6
65
T5
Rafa Cabrera Bello
-5
66
T5
Kiradech Aphibarnrat
-5
66
7
Jon Rahm
-4
67
T8
Pat Perez
-3
68
T8
Sergio Garcia
-3
68
T8
Tony Finau
-3
68
T8
Brian Harman
-3
68
T8
Rickie Fowler
-3
68

Scores

Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
R2
R3
R4
Total
1
Phil Mickelson
USA
-16
69
68
65
66
268
2
Justin Thomas
USA
-16
72
70
62
64
268
T3
Rafael Cabrera Bello
ESP
-15
66
67
69
67
269
T3
Tyrrell Hatton
ENG
-15
70
68
64
67
269
T5
Brian Harman
USA
-13
68
67
68
68
271
T5
Kiradech Aphibarnrat
THA
-13
66
69
71
65
271
T7
Dustin Johnson
USA
-12
69
66
68
69
272
T7
Sergio Garcia
ESP
-12
68
65
69
70
272
T9
Adam Hadwin
CAN
-10
70
71
67
66
274
T9
Bubba Watson
USA
-10
69
66
72
67
274
T9
Shubhankar Sharma
IND
-10
65
66
69
74
274
T12
Patton Kizzire
USA
-9
69
69
71
66
275
T12
Paul Casey
ENG
-9
73
68
68
66
275
T14
Alexander Noren
SWE
-8
69
70
71
66
276
T14
Daniel Berger
USA
-8
69
68
72
67
276
T14
Jordan Spieth
USA
-8
70
67
69
70
276
T14
Tommy Fleetwood
ENG
-8
72
71
67
66
276
T18
Adam Bland
AUS
-7
70
67
71
69
277
T18
Xander Schauffele
USA
-7
65
68
70
74
277
T20
Brendan Steele
USA
-6
69
66
71
72
278
T20
Charley Hoffman
USA
-6
70
66
70
72
278
T20
Jhonattan Vegas
VEN
-6
70
68
69
71
278
T20
Jon Rahm
ESP
-6
67
71
70
70
278
T20
Pat Perez
USA
-6
68
67
68
75
278
T25
Francesco Molinari
ITA
-5
71
70
70
68
279
T25
Kyle Stanley
USA
-5
71
65
71
72
279
T27
Jorge Campillo
ESP
-4
72
71
69
68
280
T27
Tony Finau
USA
-4
68
70
68
74
280
29
Kevin Kisner
USA
-3
70
71
66
74
281
T30
Bernd Wiesberger
AUT
-2
73
71
72
66
282
T30
Branden Grace
RSA
-2
72
69
73
68
282
T30
Dean Burmester
RSA
-2
73
70
74
65
282
T30
Kevin Chappell
USA
-2
73
70
72
67
282
T30
Louis Oosthuizen
RSA
-2
64
71
76
71
282
T30
Matthew Fitzpatrick
ENG
-2
71
69
74
68
282
T30
Patrick Cantlay
USA
-2
70
75
71
66
282
T37
Chris Paisley
ENG
-1
65
75
71
72
283
T37
Joost Luiten
NED
-1
72
71
68
72
283
T37
Justin Rose
ENG
-1
71
72
73
67
283
T37
Marc Leishman
AUS
-1
69
68
69
77
283
T37
Patrick Reed
USA
-1
72
74
68
69
283
T37
Peter Uihlein
USA
-1
74
72
70
67
283
T37
Rickie Fowler
USA
-1
68
70
70
75
283
T37
Thomas Pieters
BEL
-1
69
68
74
72
283
T37
Webb Simpson
USA
-1
72
70
73
68
283
T46
Ross Fisher
ENG
Par
71
68
69
76
284
T46
Yuta Ikeda
JPN
Par
73
74
68
69
284
T48
Charl Schwartzel
RSA
1
71
69
70
75
285
T48
David Lipsky
USA
1
70
71
71
73
285
T50
Gary Woodland
USA
2
74
71
73
68
286
T50
Wade Ormsby
AUS
2
79
67
69
71
286
T52
Abraham Ancer
USA
3
71
76
71
69
287
T52
Chez Reavie
USA
3
72
73
68
74
287
54
Satoshi Kodaira
JPN
4
72
73
73
70
288
T55
Dylan Frittelli
RSA
7
73
70
71
77
291
T55
Jason Dufner
USA
7
72
72
68
79
291
T55
Paul Dunne
IRL
7
73
75
72
71
291
T58
Matt Kuchar
USA
8
74
74
73
71
292
T58
Russell Henley
USA
8
69
69
75
79
292
T60
Brandon Stone
RSA
9
75
76
71
71
293
T60
Yusaku Miyazato
-
9
77
72
74
70
293
62
Brett Rumford
AUS
13
78
74
72
73
297
63
Haotong Li
CHN
14
73
79
73
73
298
64
Gavin Green
MAS
15
78
73
74
74
299
RET
Chan Kim
USA
Par
-
-
-
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